I am working on a hyperfire and completed the wiring and here is what I did:
1. Positive battery terminal to positive on pusher
To positive on fly weell motors
2.negitive on battery terminal to negative on rev switch
3.positive on rev switch to negitive on fly wheel motors
4. Constant on rev switch to positive on pusher switch
5. Negitive on pusher switch to negitive on on pusher motor
Your switches might not have constant so check if the constant turns off when the switch is activated, if so run the pusher and flywheels off different systems, for example:
1.positive battery to positive flywheels
negative flywheels to switch
3. switch to negative battery terminal
4.positive battery terminal to pusher
negative pusher to switch
6.switch to negative battery terminal
But test your switches for positive and negative first. Good luck!
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I am still running the blaster off 6 D batteries and
I cant run a LiPo, I think the motor is burning out, because it isnt strong enough to pull the catch release froward, so do you guys think it is that or something else?
I am working on a stamped to, and I am having the same problem. What is happening is when the motor brings the plunger tube forward it should pull the arm pull the catch open but it starts to open it then stops half way ( does anyone have any ideas to fix it?
(I have upgraded the spring, taken out the AR, padded the plunger tube head to remove dead space, and greased every thing)