View Full Version : NERV board for shocker
21-07-2006, 01:02 AM
I have a shocker with a NERV board in it. As i understand you can navigate through all the firing modes with the two small buttons under the grip From what I have found holding the top button down till it makes the different chirp noise is normal with no ramping? :confused: and holding the bottom button down till it cycles through to the different chirp is a dry fire/practice mode. All the other settings between contain various degrees of ramping. I was wondering if anyone could clarify this for me and confirm exactley how to get it into the standard fire mode.
Also if anyone could point me in the right direction for an online manual that would be great. I plan on useing the marker on the weekend and dont want to be copping s### for illegal fire modes.
21-07-2006, 01:54 AM
ahhh u need to dl the forceofnature vid about the nerve with the sp tech going thru all that stuff withmodes
21-07-2006, 08:29 AM
Holding the bottom down until it chirps turns ramping off.
If you want dry fire mode, simply turn the eye off by hitting the button on the back of the grip once the marker is turned on.
The Nerve/Shocker ramping boards have the eye on when you turn it on, the old boards that the Shocker came out with need to have the eye turned on after the marker is switched on.
As for boards with code activated ramping, well, that's a completely different kettle of fish...
forceofnature vid about the nerve with the sp tech going thru all that stuff with modes
Thats a fun ass vid cos the tech cant work out how to take the bolt out on camera!!!
Scottt - either find that vid or go to pbnation and look in the Smartparts forum under shockers. There is a 'sticky' (dedicated thread) on how to tune/set any and all boards for the shocker. Just be careful you haven't messed with the dwell while you've been trying to play with the rof.
Or go to plan 'b' and throw the board away and get tadao or virtue for your shocker - trust you'll love it!!!
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