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You could try it but I think the foam might be too brittle.
Would sprayable insulation foam sprayed into a mold make good stefans?
(I would probably 3D print a mold for uniform stefan formation.)
(That is an example of what I'd be using.)
Class: Air Pressure
Caliber: 50.8mm (2")
Firing Pressure: 30 PSI
Powerplant: One 12 volt Air Compressor
Capacity: 1 Xeno Slug
Rate of Fire: 2 rounds per minute
Range Flat: 75 Feet
Range Angled 45 Degrees: 110 Feet
Ammunition: Xeno Slug:
Yes, I have never had any problems with trustfire 14500s. I use them in my stryfes and barricades, and I plan to use them in my stampede. How hard would it be to replace the motor in the stampede? I have a basic understanding of electronics and I have a few friends who have a wide knowledge, but I would like to know how difficult this will be.
All you will have to do is remove 2 screws holding the motor in place, cut the wires and remove the pinion gear (I use a flat head screwdriver to pry it off) and put it on the replacement motor. Then you just figure out the correct polarity of the motor wires, solder them on and reinstall the bracket.
Well crap. I didn't want to do any more work on it but whatever I guess. Is that motor more powerful than a regular stampede motor?
Yes it would be more powerful but if you don't want to do any cutting you could just use this: http://www.ebay.com/...8859712?lpid=82
It's the exact same size as the stock motor but it can handle up to a 9kg spring at 18-20 volts but it should work just fine with whatever your running through it.
I shall get a firing video up later today. I have also noted that the stock ROF was slower than a normal stampedes when it did fire. Would that motor that you posted match the one in the stampede? EDIT: sometimes I could fire 40-50 times straight. This was when I was using 2 9vs instead of the stock D batteries.
Well this is the one in one of my stampedes: http://www.redrocket...bq6rDBLfjPD_BwE
You are gonna have to remove the pinion gear on it by cutting it somehow and it's longer than a stock stampede motor so your gonna have to cut a hole for it in the shell.
If no one else has anything to say about the original RSCB Stream machine then Moderators. Please close this thread.
Stream Machine water gun
air compressor hose
an RSCB or Hopper Clip
a large hose clamp
PVC cement or other adhesive
a PVC 2" threaded male fitting
the front end of a BBB plunger (at least thats what I used but you could probably use something else)
As you can see I was nice enough to take apart my blaster as much as I could and rebuild it for this write up. I couldent get these two pieces off because they are PVC cemented on. now then. Step 1: remove the nozzle of your stream machine. mine was threaded on so that wasn't a problem for me.
after that take the PVC 2" threaded male fitting and glue it to where the nozzle used to be. then I took my BBB plunger section and glued it into the fitting:
Step 2: get about 4" of air compressor hose and jam one end of it it into the barrel. you don't really need to glue it in:
Step 3: take the other end of the hose and jam it into the RSCB like so:
Step 4: place the hose clamp like so and tighten it alot, but not too much or it will break the plastic:
Step 5: take a zip tie and place loop it around the barrel of the BBB and the feeding tube of the RSCB. This it to help stabilize the RSCB and to make a strap point on the blaster:
And you should end up like something like this!:
will measure ranges soon but I do know it is getting way over 100' with elite darts. The RSCB holds 5 elite darts but hopefully I will start making stefans soon.