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oatmeal

Member Since 18 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Dec 31 2015 01:43 PM

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In Topic: This may just make brushless stryfes available.

28 December 2015 - 01:15 PM

Cool! You can get round brushless motors of that size from any place that sells 1/18 scale RC car parts and upgrades. A good place to look is nitrorcx.com if you're interested.


In Topic: Xploderz Xblaster 200 trigger mod

01 July 2012 - 08:28 PM

It has a little easier pull than a normal CPT, because of the mechanical advantage. It seems to be holding up just fine after about 50 shots, so I think it is just as durable as a normal CPT.

But does the L-bracket wobble in the nail? It looks to me like it would.

In Topic: Official Steam/pc Gaming Thread

31 May 2012 - 11:55 AM

Steam username: oatmeal2888

I have a mac and play portal....

In Topic: Easy valve seal fix

30 May 2012 - 10:16 PM

The silicone spray usually ruins o-rings seals by impregnation, but in the case of faucet seals and airguns, this is the needed effect. I use liquid wrench for my airguns when and if they leak.

I used to use liquid wrench too, but the only place I can get it is at an auto parts store which is about 15 minutes away from my house. Plus, the can I got was way too pressurized, and the lithium grease sprayed out at very high pressures, and got all over my wall and desk. I only use it in plunger guns now. And, it made some weird white steam-like vapor rise out of the tank and barrel.

In Topic: Supplemental Swarmfire Mods

28 May 2012 - 05:19 PM

An idea to get more output for weight is use a airsoft battery pack I have used a 8.4v pack and gives more power than 15v in dry cells I havent tested it on a swarmfire but speed swarm and vulcans respond very well.

Check your grammar and punctuation, bro. Anyway, this writeup makes me want to buy a swarmfire.....

Also, you were probably running the batteries in parallel, not series. That means, you were running about 7.2 volts of continuous power, not a total of 15 volts. 15 volts on two 7.2 volt batteries is series. But, the upside to running parallel is you double the time of usage of the blaster assuming you were running two of the same milliamp hour batteries. If you are running two of different milliamp hours, you need to not do that because you are charging the smaller battery with the larger one.