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Eress Pnter 07-13-2007 06:27 PM

pandora 2.2 excal 04 mac whats your settings?
 
Curious to take a poll of 04 excal pandora 2.2 with macs settings.
i am testing

rof:unlimited
AE Rof: 14bps
debounce 3
Dwell 7
ASB dwell 1
Bolt delay offset 5
as delay 15
min bolt open 20
after eye delay 3
mode pure semi no ramping
mec debounce 0
eye mode: scope one eye monitored drop shot

Drum 07-13-2007 08:59 PM

What's your frequency, Kenneth?

:cool:

custar 08-29-2007 10:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by incynr8 (Post 177776)
Curious to take a poll of 04 excal pandora 2.2 with macs settings.
i am testing

I don't know what version of Pandora mine has, but here are the setting I am using. My noids are also MAC's.

rof:unlimited
AE Rof: 16bps
debounce 5 or 7, I forget
Dwell 12
ASB dwell can't remember
Bolt delay offset 5
as delay don't remember
min bolt open changing this didn't seem to make any difference on mine
after eye delay don't remember
mode pure semi no ramping
mec debounce 0
eye mode: scope one eye monitored drop shot (I think)

custar

Eress Pnter 09-18-2007 12:33 PM

I am going to increase the AS delay from 15 to about 20-25, I am getting a reduced FPS in strings at 15, bolt isn't closed long enough.

Bartman 09-20-2007 03:26 PM

are you saying that you have an 04 excal with Mac noids?

Not going ot happen, unless some one reverse technolgy'd them.

any ways, hope you figure it all out.

Bartman

Eress Pnter 09-20-2007 03:27 PM

nope that is a misprint! Thanks for catching that!
humphs!

sniper97 09-22-2007 12:28 AM

You should post over on pbnation in the AKA section! They are very helpful!

Bartman 09-22-2007 10:59 PM

over at PBN and AKAowners I beleive they actualy have a thread that is sort of a data base of diffrent users settings.

Bartman

Eress Pnter 09-23-2007 05:01 AM

yeah I found those, the original problem was trying to use vlink 3.1 , which assumes a 3.0 firmware board.


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