update: pictures added, sorry about the monstrous size, they got automatically resized when I opened them in windows. Also, it's gone from text oriented to picture with comment oriented instructions. Forgive me for some poor resolution pictures, the camera tends to lose focus when one gets within 2 feet of the object.
After seeing the same question posted over and over, I've grown tired of posting the same information multiple times, so I'm making a thread on it for those who need the information.
Remember that all shockers come vision ready, pre-drilled and everything, NO DRILLING IS REQUIRED and installation is easy as pie.
Remember, the Dynasty board is a Tadao board. Unlike other Tadao boards in the past, this one has been designed by specifications by team Dynasty, hence it's name. The board can be referred to as the 'Tadao' board or the 'Dynasty' board.
You can purchase the Tadao(Dynasty) board at Punishers PB(this is the link directly)
and at From Dynasty's website
REMEMBER: THE TADAO(dynasty) BOARD DOES NOT INCLUDE THE VISION EYE.(if you need to install the eye) board only.
Here are the features(borrowed from Dynasty's site):
Drop in board, uses the stock upper board, connections and eye (no need for drilling)
Inverted micro switch for a smoother pull
Scans the trigger over 100,000 times per second
Unlimited rate of fire while the eyes are enabled
ABS (anti bolt stick) programing prevents first shot drop off
AMB (anti mechanical bounce) algorithms help eliminate mechanical bounce
Power efficient software lengthens battery life
Programming mode allows changes to debounce, dwell, and loader delay
All settings are stored in non-volatile memory so they are not lost when power is disconnected
One touch startup makes the marker ready to fire instantly, with the eyes on
Automatic 10 minute power down prevents accidental wasted batteries
Force shot function allows the marker to be fired when the eyes are enabled but no object in the breach is present
Will this work in any shocker?
It works in 2003 vision shockers or newer. Stock, Dynasty or any other private label shocker, it works in all of them.
OK! Now, if you bought a vision shocker -- the only thing you will have to replace is the bottom board(currently vision) because the eye has already come installed as part of the vision package
On the other hand if you purchased a non-vision shocker-- that means you do not already have the eye installed and you will need to install it yourself and you will need to do a bit of purchasing besides the Tadao board, while only 3 parts, you still need them and they are available from www.punisherspb.com
(links to individual items will come a little later). You're going to need to get the Eye, the eye cover which is milled to fit the eye and the small screw which will hold the eye inplace against the body of the gun. Follow the instructions listed above to install the dynasty board, these instructions are to install the eye.
Here are the 3 items you'll need : The Vision eye
, The new, silver eye cover
and The screw to hold the eye
Alright, first you'll need a couple tools, the handy-dandy allen wrench set and a phillips-head screwdriver and possibly a set of very fine needle nose pliers.
Now, I've already removed a couple things, my regulator and my air setup.
There's a couple more things to take off, the barrel of course, unscrew your grips with the phillips head screwdriver and remove the battery.
Now that the battery is out of the frame and we've got some room to move, we're going to remove the wiring harness from the frame, it's pictured as the black wires going to the white connecter near the top of the bottom board. Forgive me for the poor resolution.
Note on this next step: if you are not installing the vision eye cable YOU WILL NOT NEED TO REMOVE THE FRAME. If you are installing the eye cable, follow all steps givin.
Next, we're going to remove the frame, to do this, you'll see 2 bolts on each end of the frame(pictured), unscrew them and set them aside, you can now slide the frame off, try not to be too rough, just in case.
Here is a picture to show the removed frame and the wiring harness still attached to the upper board.(notice my vision cable already installed -- blooper
Here are the 'tools' you're going to need to remove the 2 board pins: the end of your phillips head screwdriver and a small allen wrench to punch out the pins(note: an awl or a punch or anything that will push the pins out will work).
Here is the 'tool' set on the top board pin(notice the second right below it), hold the tool of your choice in place and tap the pins out with the end of the handle of your driving tool
Here is the opposite side of the frame, notice the pins pushed out almost all the way, just pull them out with your fingers, they will come out very easily
Once your board pins are out, you can slide out your board, just slide out the bottom from it's notch, and pull the microswitch end back and out(notice i've flipped my switch and this is a stock vision board). Set your old board aside and save the board pins(NOTE:for this guide I am only using 1 board for the whole demonstration).
Here is the new board(Remember I'm using 1 board for the whole guide), notice the 2 holes in the microswitch, line them up with the holes in frame and push the board pins in, they(the pins) will not go in all the way if you just use your fingers
edit - corrected image link.
latest edit - clarifying instructions at top.