"also i couldnt get it to go above 140psi or it would start a slight leak. "
*edit* After writing all of that I saw this. You probably have a bad o ring/hose somewhere.
Cheater13, I have built guns with capactitors that have been damaged and have been sold guns with caps that have been damaged. They still work, etc, etc, etc. I even had one that did not have it's outer casing. It worked, but I replaced the cap since that's obviously shoddy. I tested the board I traded you in my OWN PERSONAL MARKER before I shipped it to you.
As you stated, you're not that much of a tech and you had your shop work on it.
Now some questions:
When you tried to use the virtue board, did the solenoid fully cycle; or did it sound odd (compare with your stock?) That would be an issue with the cap.
Were you able to get the bolt to fully cycle with the virtue board? Did you clean out the solenoid and the head assembly? What about the hoses; did you change those or see if they were dirty/old/etc?
In regards to your current issue (most current):
You might want to dbl check and make sure it's not leaking. Try moving the body around a bit. Typically it's the hose going from the solenoid to the back banjo. Otherwise, possibly a banjo o ring or as another guy here said; the solenoid barb's o ring.
What do you mean the balls don't fly straight :/
Are you using ****ty/old paint?
Now, It's entirely up to you;
If you would like me to take a look at the board and see if my hunch is correct, I'd be more then willing to. I know how it feels when you get ****ed here and you go out to play and your like
Ps. :p Spell check is your friend