Does anybody know,if this code is cooked or more to come?
Quoted from Shapeshifter:
Solution of sorts.
I put a piece of card here - see photo.
Ramp is now butter smooth - well, I got 10 out of 10 which is good enough. I miss it so often that testing takes a long time
Anyway a more permanent solution is making a clear plastic that fits here. There is room to fit one I think.
Not sure I can do that but that is the way forward.
I was wrong about the fix for this,I made a plastic cover that was like the top plastic but lower and that did a little I think but your card cover is the answer,I just need to figure out how to make a plastic card that stays in place,I am now getting about 99 percent, shot is hard enough so this is very nice
Love this game
I want them for my game but the price is the problem,I sure I will break down because they look fantastic
I did a Polk 10 and like always it helps a lot,I still would like to change my speakers out
Quoted from kid_ego:
Sorry if I wasn't very clear in my post. I'm still on a just new pin high and probably writing too quickly. Lol.
Anyway, I bought a shaker for my TWD to see what it's like. If I'm a fan, then I'd consider buying other shakers for my other pins. Not sure I'd want them in all of them, and I'm not sure my wife would want one in Metallica since that's the pin she plays the most.
I guess we'll find out after we see how we like the one I got for TWD.
I have shaker in all my games if possible, but on spike games especially I move the weights around so I get less vibration ,some believe the node boards are more susceptible to failure from vibration,can't hurt and you still get the feeling just less and I like less better except in jjp games that have a slower rumble type of shaker that I wish all shakers were like
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