If that we're the case, why do we adjust in eye delay for eyes that sit at the bottom of the chamber? Many board in the past have used an adjustable eye delay which would indicate that using the eyes was too fast, not too slow. Even so, I don't see where you would notice any difference below 20+ bps in semi, which is rare for most.
Originally Posted by Luke ????
I have 4c eyes in my vic and it's mostly for convenience; rather than spend time adjusting settings getting your marq/timmy ready to go, just replace the stock eyes with 4c eyes and keep playing.
Only thing 4c eyes are for is playing semi to keep the cycling more consistent during various rates of fire, nxl full auto or any form of ramping you don't need them.
I guess it's easier, but a single conservative force fed setting should cover just about any in game setup using 2c eyes. A single set of eyes has worked fine for years up into the mid 20's bps wise so I'm struggling with when you would ever see a difference in a game.