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Originally posted by Maiden Hell Maiden Hell wrote:

Nice work, where did you learn how to do this?


People have been tricking out e-bolts with other boards since the first DMLCD boards started getting cheap. It's easier to do with a DM4 or better board due to the fact that they used LED indicators and weren't as bulky. The original Tippmann Effect e-bolt was a DMLCD board IIRC and I felt like paying homage.

As for learning what points to solder to, etc. that was fairly easy so long as the old wiring harnesses were still in place. The biggest difficulty was making sure not to cross the polarity on the battery to board connection and the solenoid polarity. After that, it was simply a matter of desoldering the old connections, inserting stripped wire leads and re-soldering.

It doesn't hurt that I spent my 3 years in college as a Tippmann, AGD, Kingman, WGP, and WDP certified tech.
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nice project man
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Looks purdy. It needs wood grips.
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Originally posted by SSOK SSOK wrote:

Looks purdy. It needs wood grips.


Got some you wanna give me?
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Edited by tallen702 - 05 August 2011 at 4:28pm
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tallen thats sicks man good work

if you come over to A5og there is a guy on there named "Captin quinn"
he is starting to making wood grips your choice of wood

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