Quoted from EM-PINMAN:
Way to go scoring 2 pins Chris!
Grand Prix is a winner for a Williams Multiplayer for sure which I remember playing brand new in an arcade which had 2 side by side at the time which showed how popular the game was back then. It has almost everything you could want in a pinball machine, kickout holes, drop targets, spinners......way cool.
Flip Flop is one from my High School days as we had one in our sandwich shop a couple of blocks from my high school when I was 17. It was a hot or cold player and if you had an off day that bottom part of the Playfield would eat you alive with center and outlane ball drains. I just love the Backglass on Flip Flop and the 4 flipping targets too.
Have fun working and playing both of them!
You're not lying about a killer down low.
It has such an unusual layout. Bumpers low and the ball can drain or be saved from each chute.
I'll play one game and suck so bad and 5 min later break 100k.
It was my first EM about 18 months ago.
I picked it up because the price was right, BG was great, and PF was decent.
The colors are some of the nicest I've seen.
PF is kind of dark when playing with the lights low so I need to experiment a little.
While I helped my buddy with the electrical side of his for a couple years this was my first project and I have to tell you that starting with a 4 player was quite a baptism by fire.
Mine could really use another going over and it has a recurring annoying problem of not always wanting to start. My motor seems to run really slow until it warms up.
With Chris nearby I guess I can help with his and get rejuvenated to go through mine again.