You have an '05 superstock with the select fire frame and board I take it?
You would need to replace the frame to use an Eblade or Worrbalde board because of the LCD screen and buttons. FYI the Worrblade is just a WGP branded E1 with a different trigger.
Replacing the frame is pretty straightforward though. You wouldn't need to replace the front cocking noid or eye even. That would just plug into whatever board/frame combo you go with. You can find people parting out frames w/ boards pretty regularly.
I think you could drop in a Tadao Yakuza baord though. Someone else will have to validate that.
As for your original question regarding if its worth it, maybe. Depends on how cheap you can find a board/frame combo. QEV's will give you the biggest performance gains. Especially since most people (including me) just run factory fast on their E1/E2 boards. An E2 1.1+ or a Zero-B board would give you PSP and Millennium modes though.
Yea i've heard no other boards will fit the superstock frame. I was planning on replacing the frame, Just didn't wanna drop the 200 on just the board. Might get a good deal on one on ebay. Just looking for a good solid performace gain. yea 05 superstock
Yea been having troubles with the eye on my factory board superstock. With the eye disabled the gun shoots ropes like a champ. But with the eye on, the first 4 shots are slow and after that its gunning great. They eye is just not detecting the ball. Think the board/eye is bad? or even worth messing with and just runnnign with eye disabled. Not chopping paint or nething that way, and shoots super fast.
almost every poster ive seen who uses an SF board has had eye issues. mostly the eye itself is fine, just the board doesnt have any kind of sensitivity setting so if your using a darker shelled paint (reflective eyes have a hard time seeing it) the eye assumes nothing is there.
the eblade has a sensitivty setting, so you can set it to use dark shelled paint, plus with the lcd screen you can actually confirm the eye is working properly.