If you are DYING to know what I did to the insides, I plugged the pump with hot glue, and took off air tank's trigger spring. I also flipped upside down the pump handle, because it feels better this way.
2ft of 1/2'' CPVC (That makes 4 6'' barrels, I try to use CPVC that is thinner inside)
6'' of 1/2'' PVC (I have a full 1' because I just bought some more) (TRY to find some that fits 1/2'' CPVC inside of it)
Dremel (Not needed if you can find 1/2'' PVC that fits 1/2'' CPVC inside of it) ALTERNATIVELY A power drill, a 5/8'' Spade bit, and a clamp
1 SuperMaxx 1500 with the old barrels removed.
(Ignore the plumbers goop, it's not needed.)
Step 1: Cut the PVC. 6'' CPVC barrels work well for me you can choose longer if you want. I cut 1.5'' sections of 1/2'' PVC. I highly suggest using a pipe cutter, sooooooooo much easier!
Step 2: Skip this if you found 1/2'' PVC that fits CPVC perfectly inside it, take the Dremel and this sand bit, and sand out the insides of the PVC to fit CPVC inside of it like so:
If you have a power drill, the 5/8'' spade bit and a clamp, you can use that to bore out the 1/2'' PVC.
Step 3: Now carefully glue the 1/2'' PVC onto the turret. Do it one by one and get it as streight as you can. I stood the blaster up while I did it.
At first I tried using the black barrel holder to help stablize the 1/2'' PVC pieces, but the glue kept glueing that to the gun too.
Step 4: Cut a 2'' section of CPVC (I used thicker CPVC I accidently bought and don't use for barrels) and carefully glue it to all four barrels. Try to glue away from where the barrels go into the 1/2'' PVC because mine kept getting glued to them.
Let the glue dry and have fun! I suggest reinforcing the barrels with epoxy putty or what not. I'm going to do it soon myself.
Here is a video of me loading, pumping, and shooting it with one hand. (I couldn't be bothered to get my brother to help me)
This is actually my first ever Youtube video..
Edited by Galaxy613, 02 March 2009 - 10:26 PM.