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I wondered when that would surface. It's the only one we're ever doing since they're a complete pain in the arse to work on internally. It's all very narrow wiring channels and twists and turns. Even with a MOSFET, it's a challenge to get the motor wires to the forward end. That said, it is the only thing I could ever see replacing my Stryfe and Raider stock combo.blindgeekuk:34614 wrote:It light, its comfortable, and its very very very pretty. And thats before the work that Blastersmiths did on it!
Minky:33940 wrote: The man who asks the stupid question is stupid for 10 minutes, the man who doesn't is stupid forever.. Words I live by
Boff:34618 wrote:Thats great to hear.....as now I don't want one Although it was very nice!blindgeekuk:34614 wrote:they're a complete pain in the arse to work on internally. It's all very narrow wiring channels and twists and turns. Even with a MOSFET, it's a challenge to get the motor wires to the forward end.
I have no quarms contributing a few quid towards this. I'm sure it's already been thought about but I assume you wouldn't be giving them a LiPo'd up blaster. (safety first!) When they spoke to me they were asking about batteries and I mentioned that the one's they were using had two IMR's.blindgeekuk:34636 wrote:Given the two church elders come in month in, month out, I was going to chat with Justajolt and Old_man_Nerf and see about getting them their own blasters as a thank you