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#1 Ant2566

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Posted 05 August 2016 - 02:57 AM

Hi, I have demolisher( even though I wanted a stryfe) and I am looking on help on how to mod it. I started modding it and I have cut of the barrel attachment point, sawed of the launcher and fixed the wiring a bit, not a rewrite just made it a bit stronger. I'm planning to change the barrel to a pvc pipe so it doesn't have riffling. Sorry I am a bit of a noob but I do know how to use tools and stuff. Thanks

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#2 Kilomona

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Posted 05 August 2016 - 08:32 AM

Just do a rewire, maybe new flywheels and motors, and a lipo.
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#3 RZRider

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Posted 05 August 2016 - 12:13 PM

Happy first post!!!
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#4 Montymarks

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 01:55 PM

To do a rewire, you need a new switch, a sautering iron, some better electrical wires, and new motors. I would recommend Make Test Battles Rhyno motors (they are size 130 motors, meaning you won't have to do any shell modifications to install them), maybe some kind of brass guide, and a new power source, like a lipo battery (2s or 3s). Those are what you need for a demolisher mod. Also, why did you get rid of the rocket launcher piece. You could have couplered it. A guy on SBNC loadouts did it, and it worked for him.

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sorry for how I was a year ago


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Posted 07 August 2016 - 03:52 PM

To do a rewire, you need a new switch, a sautering iron, some better electrical wires, and new motors. I would recommend Make Test Battles Rhyno motors (they are size 130 motors, meaning you won't have to do any shell modifications to install them), maybe some kind of brass guide, and a new power source, like a lipo battery (2s or 3s). Those are what you need for a demolisher mod. Also, why did you get rid of the rocket launcher piece. You could have couplered it. A guy on SBNC loadouts did it, and it worked for him.

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You don't need any of that to do a rewire. A rewire is literally just stepping up from 22ga wire to 16-18GA wire. You don't have to replace anything just desoldered the old and solder in place the new
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#6 Montymarks

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Posted 11 August 2016 - 09:20 AM

Oh... I just said what you needed to get to do a overmodded demolisher


Also, for that paintjob you have, you should go and get a black enamel pen or black enamel from micheals


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#7 Shadowslayer1924

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Posted 16 August 2016 - 08:39 AM

what you should do it get some barricade motors and imrs rewire it with either the stock wire or slightly better wire and you will have a good blaster, use 3 imrs and a dummy battery


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#8 Ant2566

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Posted 21 August 2016 - 03:53 AM

what you should do it get some barricade motors and imrs rewire it with either the stock wire or slightly better wire and you will have a good blaster, use 3 imrs and a dummy battery

what you should do it get some barricade motors and imrs rewire it with either the stock wire or slightly better wire and you will have a good blaster, use 3 imrs and a dummy battery

 

Can I use a stockade motor since I don't have a barricade and I am extremely tight on the pocket
 

To do a rewire, you need a new switch, a sautering iron, some better electrical wires, and new motors. I would recommend Make Test Battles Rhyno motors (they are size 130 motors, meaning you won't have to do any shell modifications to install them), maybe some kind of brass guide, and a new power source, like a lipo battery (2s or 3s). Those are what you need for a demolisher mod. Also, why did you get rid of the rocket launcher piece. You could have couplered it. A guy on SBNC loadouts did it, and it worked for him.
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The thing with rocket launcher is that it is sort of useless and took up space. I'm more of a fan of carbine with high dps, low weight, accurate and with good range and because of that the rocket launcher screwed it up. Plus the grip on the bottom of the launcher felt awkward
 


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#9 Shadowslayer1924

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Posted 22 August 2016 - 07:34 AM

Can I use a stockade motor since I don't have a barricade and I am extremely tight on the pocket
 
The thing with rocket launcher is that it is sort of useless and took up space. I'm more of a fan of carbine with high dps, low weight, accurate and with good range and because of that the rocket launcher screwed it up. Plus the grip on the bottom of the launcher felt awkward
 

you can't use a stockade motor because there different sizes

accuracy in Nerf almost doesn't exist


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Posted 27 August 2016 - 08:51 AM

Put in Honeybadgers
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