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    Nerf Rayven CS-18: Mod Manual Lock Removal


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    Join date : 2012-04-21
    Age : 25
    Location : Sydney, Cronulla

    Nerf Rayven CS-18: Mod Manual Lock Removal

    Post  nerfnerdette on Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:46 am

    Hey so it nerfnerdette and on my tumblr I have made a Nerf Rayven mod I haven't seen one like mine online so here it is I haven't done anything to the voltage because I don't know about electrical stuff. Also the actual tutorial isn't on here because I don't know how to use this at the moment so check out this link http://nerfnerdette.tumblr.com/tagged/nerf-modifications step by step and it has pretty pictures

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    Re: Nerf Rayven CS-18: Mod Manual Lock Removal

    Post  frostythesnowman on Fri May 11, 2012 5:48 am

    hey nerfnerdette and welcome to the forums =]

    thats a nice turorial you got there, ill be sure to follow it when i buy my rayven.

    as for the electrical side of things all you need to do is remove the mircoswitch behind the dart door and the on in the mag well, by cutting the two wires going to it and joining the ends together.
    (this allows you to rev up with the door open and with no magazine inside the blaster)

    and for a voltage mod all you need to do is put in some trust-fire/ultra-fire 3.7v lithium ion un-protected batteries in there and you are good to go.

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