If you're going to get a Luxe and want to upgrade the engine, I suggest just getting the stock bolt bored for a rhino spring. It'll be cheaper, and you won't have to worry about a flat faced bolt either.
Also, it's usually the other way around: lower pressures within a given system usually mean a decrease in efficiency (since you have to use more air at a lower pressure). The reason his core might be more efficient is the engine spring, which allows the bolt to open quicker than stock, which makes for a more efficient valve. The lower pressure is just for shot quality, which, let's be honest, is not the biggest thing to worry about on a Luxe.
I was thinking of getting a 1.0 and upgrading to a 2.0 bolt. Just wondering if going for pooty is that much more beneficial to cost than just getting a 2.0 power core. Thoughts? Will the plain 2.0 eliminate FSDO?
EDIT: I'm under the assumption that for just general practice and play and not much fiddling (just want to pick up and go), the 1.0 board is sufficient for my needs?
The only difference is that you can see it. I heard once that laser eyes are supposed to use less battery, but I think it would be a miniscule difference, or a myth. They'll operate the same. Being able to see it doesn't make a difference when the board knows that its blocked (if it's blocked) anyway.<br><br>I wouldn't get them. When you're firing, if you're pointed at someone, they can see the eyes. It's a giveaway.<br>