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GX-Ronald Hoop Converter

I am only getting 4 hoops/second, when I was told the average the GX-Ronald is capable of is 9. What am I doing wrong?

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  • Anonymous May 17, 2008

    Yeah, I have the same problem- a problem with your FACE.



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Cause in same model some brand like GX have differnt renovated models had launched.

so your's are quit older than new launched board,

so its not a major prob,

enjoy with this model ,or if your need its greater,

than buy new 1 with replacing this.

you will also get as you want.


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