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    DLO01

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    Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  DLO01 on Sun Aug 10, 2014 2:40 am

    Blaming my daughter for all this.......  Hahaaa!

    She got me in to all this when shes asked for a Nerf Blaster.....  a Heatbreaker Bow for her birthday.  She now also has a Guardian Xbow.

    Me well.  Initially got a Retaliator to battle with my daughter, but eventually curiosity came in my head and I pulled it apart, replaced plunger spring and some other little mods.   I was amazed with the difference it made.

    I've got and electrical background so the electric motorized flywheel blasters took my fancy.  Along came the Rapidstrike and Stryfe.  The Stryfe is fully rewired using larger gauge wire.  All the electrical locks removed as well as the mechanical locks.  Resistors have been removed off the stock motors as well as the thermistor.  Running this on Ultrafire 14500 batteries and one dummy at the moment as they are an easy pop in.  The Rapidstrike is not completely done yet.  Still has the stock wiring, but I've removed some electrical locks and little things here and there.  It is running on a 7.2V NiMH battery pack and shoots quite well.  I've got some RM2 motors sitting here now so I'll put them in some time.

    I just tried to post some photos of our blasters, but can't at the moment. 7 days? Oh well.
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    Sanchez

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    Re: Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  Sanchez on Sun Aug 10, 2014 12:06 pm

    Hey, great to have you on the forums. Not sure what's going on with the posting, might be something to prevent people from making accounts and spamming. When you can post, throw some photos in the Flaunt Your Blasters Thread if you like. Or even better, a write up in the Modifications thread!

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    DLO01

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    Re: Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  DLO01 on Sun Aug 10, 2014 12:22 pm

    Yep, trying to post a image link to my photobucket. It says this when posting:
    New members are not allowed to post external links or emails for 7 days. Please contact the forum administrator for more information.

    I'll try posing some photos next week.
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    DLO01

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    Re: Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  DLO01 on Sun Aug 10, 2014 12:27 pm

    Oh, got it working through the insert image button.

    Daughters Xbow:
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    The Stryfe:
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    Sanchez

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    Re: Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  Sanchez on Sun Aug 10, 2014 12:48 pm

    Looking good! Where'd you get the sights from?
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    DLO01

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    Re: Helllllllooooooooo!

    Post  DLO01 on Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:00 pm

    Sorry for the late reply.  I've got my own supplier for the scopes. Testing them out. They are plastic but do the job ok.

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