This board is a direct replacement for the E1 and E2 from Eclipse and will also fit in a WGP Worrblade.
International shipping took about two weeks and you get a neat little plastic case with an instruction manual, a few stickers and an RF link cable for those of you with a Pulse or Magna loader.
Installation was a breeze, just remove the connectors and three screws from the old Eclipse board and fit the new Yakuza in it's place. A small issue was the bottom of the board was slightly oversized and had to be teased into place - but that is probably more the fault of my Worrblade than the board.
Set up was easy (in fact my MQ2'ed Karnivor shot first time out with the stock settings) After a few minor tweaks to get rid of some shootdown my marker was happily firing in excess of 21BPS in full auto and custom ramp. Now I know this might not seem like a lot to you Ego owners - but for a 'cocker it's amazing!
Other owners have been managing +25BPS, but this is going to require a very high flow HPR (eg AKA 2 liter) and a very fast ram (like a Belsales Mag 44 or ANS with QEVs)
The board is feature packed and every setting is adjustable - sometimes by as little as 0.5ms.
The internal tournement lock makes it tourny legal and it has every conceivable firing mode.
Modes straight from the manual are:
Full-automaticThe MAX ROF is completely adjustable from 5 to 30BPS or uncapped.
I've now fired about half a box through the gun (some more experimentation), but seem to have found the sweet spot for my gun at around 20BPS. In the course of that 1000 balls I have had no chops what so ever. The eye logic seems flawless.
Overall rating: 9.5/10 - Without a doubt, the best upgrade an e-cocker can get.
Is it worth $179? - damn straight it is!