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    Stampede ROF and voltage.

    clunk07
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    Post  clunk07 Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:00 am

    I run 4 x 14500 Li-ion's in my Stampede's, and ROF is quite impressive. It's a fairly cost-effective set-up as well. Battery charge time is under 20 mins.

    Thanks for moving this Phuong - sorry for cluttering up your sales thread!!


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    Post  Reaper Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:06 am

    How fast would it run with your recommended 16 volts is a better question.
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    Post  oxymoron Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:47 am

    If it's anything like mine (with a 13Kg spring compared to the 9kg one in the BT kits) its about 4-5 shots per second. If the spring setup isn't quite as strong it could be 5-6 per second and vice versa.


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    Post  Akimbo Assassin Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:46 am

    oxymoron wrote:If it's anything like mine (with a 13Kg spring compared to the 9kg one in the BT kits) its about 4-5 shots per second. If the spring setup isn't quite as strong it could be 5-6 per second and vice versa.

    Interesting... I have a 9kg spring from SgNerf and I installed four TrustFire unprotected 14500 Li-on batteries for a total of 16.4V. However my ROF is under 4 shots per second. How did you manage to get faster ROF + with stronger 13kg spring???
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    Post  oxymoron Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:10 am

    Hmmm. Well I'll be honest and say I didn't actually test it myself. I'm just going on what SGNerf told me when I was buying the spring.
    Initially my ROF was so fast it couldnt chamber darts but I put that down to the Trustfires I had over-charging the first time I used them and putting out more than 16.8V. Apparently it's a common problem with the Trustfires.

    I might have to test my ROF properly and get back to you.

    I though the Stampede ROF was around 180rpm stock?


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    Post  Akimbo Assassin Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:59 am

    oxymoron wrote:I though the Stampede ROF was around 180rpm stock?

    That's correct. Hasbro claims a stock Stampede fires at 3 darts per second.
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    Post  clunk07 Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:53 am

    Akimbo Assassin wrote:
    oxymoron wrote:If it's anything like mine (with a 13Kg spring compared to the 9kg one in the BT kits) its about 4-5 shots per second. If the spring setup isn't quite as strong it could be 5-6 per second and vice versa.

    Interesting... I have a 9kg spring from SgNerf and I installed four TrustFire unprotected 14500 Li-on batteries for a total of 16.4V. However my ROF is under 4 shots per second. How did you manage to get faster ROF + with stronger 13kg spring???


    I just tested my Stampede, with identical set-up to Akimbo's. Only difference is, I have UltraFire batteries (same factory though...) charged to 16.8v total. I've probably cycled 8 x 35-dart drums on the current batteries, before this test:

    drum #1 - 7.47 sec's
    drum #2 - 7.38 sec's
    drum #3 - 7.62 sec's

    An average of 7.5 sec's per 35-dart drum - which equates to 4.67 darts per second.

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