I'm in for an LE.
Curiosity question here, and it really doesn't matter, but how often do people put games down listed in their collections before they actually have them? Do you do this as you put money down for a deposit or what? I just looked at the game listing for this on the machine database, and according to that, there's already 14 pinsiders with it.....
Quoted from Ed209:
Once my deposit is sent I put it on my list. With a new Stern you’re only talking a few weeks before it’s in the lineup anyway so why does it matter?
If you look at the first sentence of my post, I did say it really doesn't matter and it was a curiosity question.....
Agreed- I hate the power switch location on the new Stern games. Plus when you have a pingulp cup in between it really sucks....
Quoted from Join_The_Cirqus:
Just saw this on Facebook
Guess its the First LE?
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan
There was a guy yesterday I believe in the ‘what did you bring home thread’ with one.
I got the call and mine is in, but life has kept me from being able to get it until later this week.
So having the chance to have my No fear *almost* (1 game apart) from BKsorLE, I have to say, when your on your on, otherwise you brick hard. Steve R makes some great games. The flow on these are very similar- almost more then the original BK series. Anyone else notice/think that?
How is the mini pf removed from main pf on the LE to access rubber rings below it?
I'm getting serious hang up issues with the ball coming thru the "R" lane in the WAR rollovers. Ball gets caught between the left and right rubber just below the switch. It is snug and there and will *not* work loose easily. I need to get a smaller rubber ring on the right or lower mini post on left.
Quoted from Black_Knight:
I had the same problem but it’s not really the runners. The switch slot is cut too deep and the ball settles in the slot.
I adjusted the post to the right and the ball still got stuck. I had to put a couple layers of Mylar on to get the ball to flow through.
Ok- so how do you remove the mini PF to access the lower PF?
Quoted from Aniraf:
That looks like the part that goes behind the knight and supports the upper playfield. I don't think that it is related to whatever the new service post is. I could be wrong.
If you look at the link to the install guide, it looks like this has the new service post that guides the ball back to the flipper.
Anyone going to the San Diego Comic-Con? Stern is selling a limited print vinyl for BKSoR and I would love a copy! I guess there’s 100 copies only and it’s available at their booth only. I will gladly compensate anyone that can hook me up with a copy.
Quoted from HOOKED:
Is it limited to 100 or will there only be 100 at the show. Big difference and we know how stern is on changing stated numbers in the past...
Sterns Insta post says "Only 100 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive records available!"
That's all I know other than what's in the picture.
I did not have any issue with the update this time, but in the past I have. I'm not sure why they switched over to .zip files as it seems to cause much confision and headaches.
It looks like in his picture he 3-D printed some smaller mounting brackets . The speakers pictured below are the exact ones that they use in the LE model you have to get adapter plates which you can get through Pinball life to make them fit or you can 3-D print them yourself. That way you can use the premium speakers in the pro models
Quoted from pballjunkie:
Does anyone know how to order or the part numbers for the upper playfield enhancement for the ball to bounce to the upper flipper like in sterns last video?
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