FrostCheif wrote:The problem with 30 Volt Vulcans, is that 1st, the feed rate from the belt is terrible at high speeds, and can cause serious stress in the engines. 2nd, it is expensive, and you are better off modding a stampede than a vulcan. 3rd, after prolonged use, any Nerf engine that runs off of more than 30volts will A- Melt the plastic casing B- Burn out the Engines and render the blaster useless C- Will deafen the user
Mate, that's just not true at all.
I don't mean to be rude (or I would have just said you're talking unadulterated crap), but you don't know what you're talking about.
1st. The belt feed on a vulcan is great, and pretty much the only kind of feed you can run flat out.
2nd. For the price of a 4mm buffer, some light teflon lube, 2 battery holders, 8 trustfires and an hour to remove the AR's, you're down about 25 bucks. You can add 10 more for one of Servulus's springs and it's game on.
3rd. A. Crap and B. Even more crap. C. Harden up.
I actually don't sell anything for the Vulcan except the buffer, but it's a fun mod to do, and cool to run flat out.
I wouldn't bother with another 67v/different motor, I'd run the standard at 33v.
One thing you said that was true (thank god) is that the Stampede is a "better" mod.
Sure it's a better blaster to use practically, and my absolute favorite of the Nerf lineup.With either the Vulcan or Stampede, you can burn it out, jam it, etc.
You need to be careful to lubricate, align and assemble the parts correctly or you will come unstuck.
Everybody mods to their own tastes/needs.
It seems a bit self centered to decide what's "good" and what's not.