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    Firebird, ya know I love it. Talk about wishing I had one too!
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    im jealous
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    Me Too that is Beautifully Done, Form and Function in totally syncronicity.
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    Sweet work FB,
    I start my rechargeable upgrade this weekend.

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    Thank you guys, it's a real moral booster!

    Talk about wishing I had one too!
    Well the port itself costs $6.00. It comes in 2 pieces, (Male "J" Plug, and the Charge Receptacle) and each are $3.00. And the Receptacle comes with a dust cover. Luckily, the charger I got came with the correct adapter (they call it an RX adapter), but unfortunately I broke it, so I have to replace the end on it anyways. No biggy.


    Next I have to decide on what Iím going to do for a speaker and sound so I can permanently mount the Pommel. Any ideas?

    I was going to wait until Tim got some more MR S/Bís in, but I guess thereís some bad news there.
    Do you have anything planned in regards to Sound Boards Tim? Or should I focus on other means?

    I was looking forward to the storeís S/B mostly for the fact that the speaker is made for that pommel and there would be much less modifications there. I really donít want to resort to ebay mostly because I donít have an ebay account, (a friend of mine does it for me) so Iíll use it as a last resort.

    I also donít want to use a Hasbro S/B on this project because Iím looking for quality, and lets face it, Hasbro ainít it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird21
    I also donít want to use a Hasbro S/B on this project because Iím looking for quality, and lets face it, Hasbro ainít it!
    Boy, you said it, Chewie. My Hasbro in the "Blingsaber" flat-out died in less than a week, and I wasn't even overdriving it.

    hmmm...

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    There is where life gets frustrating.

    I guess we will just have to wait and see what comes soon.
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    Nice job fb that is so cool! You did a professional job,it looks great.What battery did you use I have a nitro R/C and i go to the hobby shop alot so I'm familiar with that stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DACOTA Translated:
    Nice job Firebird, that is so cool! You did a professional job, it looks great!
    What battery did you use
    I have a Nitro R/C and I go to the hobby shop a lot so I'm familiar with that stuff.

    I used Timís battery that he supplies in the store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mi Gin Gonn
    Boy, you said it, Chewie. My Hasbro in the "Blingsaber" flat-out died in less than a week, and I wasn't even overdriving it.
    I have found that the only way to keep the Hasbros alive is to run them at 3 volts, wrap them in bubble wrap, and get them in to a fixed position so they do not move at all. One setup I did was to make wood stops for the sound board. They worked out real well and had holes in the center for wire chase since I used my hole saw to make them.
    Red 5 "Move Dangit! I gots Snitz to blow up!"

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