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I blame you, calling a magazine a clip.
Your right, I have been using incorrect terminology. But the whole damn internet calls them "clips" nowadays.
You should come over to one of our Modding pow-wows and we can help you build one.I am actually using my shitty keyboard right now. The Model F is disassembled right now - I am adding keys to it.
I blame your sub-par keyboard.
You can thank video games for that.
I'm interested in your pow-wows.
Dude, just buy an old Casio 88key keyboard, midi plug it, and map each key to a command. it's been done.
A Hymn for MN nerfers:
So far away we wait for the day
For the lights are so wasted and gone
We feel the pain of a lifetime lost in a thousand days
Through the fire and the flames… WE CARRY ON!!!
I am IN for teh W1N!!!
Dragonforce = FAIL
Unfortunately not attending.
The circled piece will probably turn up when the dog pushes out it's morning glory, and will most likely be chewed up and inoperable, so I am looking for a replacement or ideas on what to do here. Any and all input is welcome. Hasbro replacement part support probably doesn't want to hear that I have taken their blaster apart, so that's out of the question.
Just screwing a washer onto it might work, but I'd have to cut it to not exceed the diameter of the chamber in any direction...I wish I had more than a dremel to work with. I believe, the piece was 1/4" thick, including the rubber stop on the catch side. I'll see what I can come up with.
Oh, and by the way, I'll be piping 19.2 volts through it's 6 volt motor when this is finished. Wish me luck.
Possibly related...the stock motor is rated at 6 volts. I am going to ax man soon, looking for a 12v and a 18v. which of these would perform better?
6 volts? Wat? The Stampede operates at 9 volts stock.
The motor is rated at 6 volts. Assuming Hasbro used the same motor supplier for all the stampedes built thus far, every motor you find in every stampede should have "6 Volts" and an SLN on the side of it. A child could calculate 1.5x6=9.
Not to be rude, I haven't had my coffee yet.