Banzai Run Club - Banzaiiiiiiiiiiii!!!

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Banzai Run Club - Banzaiiiiiiiiiiii!!!

By phillymadison

4 years ago

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#3 4 years ago

It took me 3+ years to finally buy mine. The guy never played it and it was covered with piles if work papers. He owned it for 12 years and bought it from an operator in 1990.

Fun game for sure.

10 months later
#41 3 years ago

Does anyone here have a good list of LEDs for the controlled lamps?

1 month later
#63 3 years ago
Quoted from patrickvc:

I just joined the club and I have a question regarding the playfield. Mine did not have mylar when I got it, but it seems like it has a clear layer that looks like a dull clearcoat, but the weird thing is it is cracked all over. Not like planking, but looks like big cracks all over like cracks in a road or crank in a windshield all over the playfield.

Would you be able to post pictures? It it the same on the upper playfield?

#65 3 years ago

Does the cracking extend into the left or right outlane or below the bottom flippers?

If not then whoever pulled the Mylar caused that. Unfixable in my experience. I saw something similar on a bk2k.

2 years later
#132 1 year ago

I am replacing a fried jet bumper coil and my picture shows the red wires on one coil on the left leg while the neighboring coil has that red wire on the right-side leg. The problem was caused by the playfield protector not being fully aligned and the jet bumper skirt got trapped underneath it causing the coil and associated Q77 transistor to lock on. Both need to be replaced.

In the one picture I have already pulled the blue wire.

It appears to be original wiring. Can anyone compare to their alignment?

**Edit** I now see that there is no diode on the coil so wire orientation does not matter.


6 months later
#199 5 months ago

The head is just barely wider than a standard system 11. It sits flush (ie stacked) on either side of the cabinet, so roughly 1" thick like the thickness of a sheet of the plywood on each side.

#206 5 months ago

It is typical for the machine to reclibrate up and down two or three times before coming to rest when the batteries have been replaced and memory lost.

3 months later
#218 60 days ago

After 5 (?) years, I finally received a CPR repro playfield today. Very very nice!

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