first up what marker would the board be installed in?
Aftermarket boards often offer a much greater degree of adjustability and processing speed vs the stock board. They are also updateable, which can keep your marker legal when the tourney's or fields change their requirments. If your happy with the stock board, then stay with it. If you feel like you need the upgrade, and have the money, why not do something that could make your marker preform better, and more importantly stay legal on the field.
why put nitrous on a car? cuz it goes faster. is it necessary? no. is it fun to play with? yes
thats how i see it.
UNLESS your marker is not tournament legal(and you decide to play in tournaments), it's not necessary, but it's fun.
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