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Moddifications for the Nerf Vulcan EBF 25

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#1 NikShowbiz



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Posted 13 March 2019 - 11:52 PM

hello all I am new to this site and would very much like some advice on modding a Nerf Vulcan i am in college and a member of my schools Humans Vs Zombies club which use Nerf guns. i have acquired 3 Vulcan EBF 25's however only one of them works like i would like the other two were not stored in an adequate manner and the device used to index the belt into the chamber and the spring are damaged and will not work. are there any ways i can replace them and make them better (I don't want anything to crazy since they will have to be approved before use in the big statewide competition at UMBC) any help at all in the manner of replacing what and where to get these kinds of parts and how to potentially do a mod since i have never done any of these things before would be greatly appreciated. also my apologies if I posted this in the wrong place i'm still trying to figure this forum out, 


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#2 Sketch Art Online

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Posted 17 March 2019 - 04:46 PM

If you could provide some photos or even video showing the damaged pieces and how it's not functioning, I'm sure we could help you out.  The vulcan is generally considered a "bad" blaster, and being pre-elite doesn't help, so you'll be hard-pressed to find any simple mods that can get it to perform on-par with more modern blasters out there.  Unless you're willing to really get your hands dirty overhauling it, I would recommend finding another choice of primary.

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Posted 18 March 2019 - 09:19 PM


I made a vulcan writeup several years ago at: http://nerfhaven.com...ulcan-overhaul/


Time has proved that the electrical work was way, way sub-par. If you attempt a mod, do NOT use trustfire batteries. Use a real lipo and redo all the wiring in heavier gauge wire.


That said, my writeup references and links Split's original writeup, and is maybe good for a reference of how you can remove the AR and/or do a spring swap. Its pretty well impossible to make a vulcan not HvZ legal as far as power is concerned. Upping the voltage will improve your rate of fire tremendously, which is the advantage of a vulcan in an HvZ setting, which some HvZ Moderators may take issue with. With crap wiring and crap batteries, I was getting a rate of fire in the neighborhood of 600 rounds per minute. 


I will say that it may not be wise to crack into a vulcan as your first mod. Its a relatively complicated blaster in terms of the mechanics, and if you've never performed a mod before, all the pieces may become overwhelming.

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