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    Question Hyperframe on off pic

    Anyone out there got a pic of the hyperframe on off? Thx

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    So who wants to learn a little secret about the CF on/off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    So who wants to learn a little secret about the CF on/off?
    go for it.
    im always up for some info.

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    The CF pin is exactly the same as a .740 rt pin. So in other words, using a RT on off with that pin size is the same thing as a CF on/ off

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    neat,

    i think i knew that.
    prolly not though.

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    20bps hyper?

    Well I have one myself that allows 20bps in semi and full auto. Is this a completely different board or is this something that can be done to the original???

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    I think the early generation hyperframe boards only did 13bps and the later generation hyperframe boards did 20bps. I could be mistaken, though. Its been a while.
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    The Hyperframe boards have stock unchangeable programming on them. The 13, 15, and 20 bps boards are no longer made. I have my Hypermag with an X valve and stock rail and body and warp feed. T boards or universal boards and old Morlock boards work in this frame

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