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Deadpool owners club. Free chimichangas for all.


By Ericc123

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#7101 3 days ago

Just joined the club last week and opened my new Deadpool pro! Have a question for everyone. Mine came with code 1.03. Anyone else have this? Sterns site only has 1.02. Thanks for any help!

#7102 3 days ago
Quoted from allhokie3:

Just joined the club last week and opened my new Deadpool pro! Have a question for everyone. Mine came with code 1.03. Anyone else have this? Sterns site only has 1.02. Thanks for any help!

You machine has the interlock switch on the coin door. Mine does not. The only change in 1.03 is code for that switch.

#7103 3 days ago
Quoted from newovad:

You machine has the interlock switch on the coin door. Mine does not. The only change in 1.03 is code for that switch.

Thanks!

#7104 3 days ago
Quoted from DudeRegular:

Joined the club this weekend with a Deadpool Pro. My high score while playing on location was something low around 450 million. Tonight I played a game with my one year old jamming on the boom button and hit 1.8 billion. 1.6 billion of that was on ball 1. It seemed like I stayed in multiball lil deadpool, disco, ninja, mechsuit.... Wow. Really going to enjoy learning this one.

Let me know when you get tired of it.

#7105 3 days ago
Quoted from edward472:

Let me know when you get tired of it.

Haha, right on. Hopefully it lasts a little bit. I have turned over most of my lineup the past few months.

#7106 3 days ago

Getting ready to pull the trigger on a NIB unless I find a good deal on used close by. Never cared for Deadpool as a theme, but this game makes me smile every time I play it. Top it off with the animations (love the 8 bit style) and epic sounds im in.

Just curious if anyone with newer games can comment on playfield issues? Personally ive had good luck with all my games, but curious what others are seeing on the latest batch.

Thanks

#7107 3 days ago
Quoted from jandrea95:

Getting ready to pull the trigger on a NIB unless I find a good deal on used close by. Never cared for Deadpool as a theme, but this game makes me smile every time I play it. Top it off with the animations (love the 8 bit style) and epic sounds im in.
Just curious if anyone with newer games can comment on playfield issues? Personally ive had good luck with all my games, but curious what others are seeing on the latest batch.
Thanks

Mine had a June build date and everything seems great aside from the dimpling on the playfield. It doesn't bother me, but others hate it. I view it as a part of the wear and tear and after 1000 games or so, you can see all the dimples melding together to be less noticeable now.

Katana ramp did not have a spacer between it and the playfield, but I don't see any issues there yet.

#7108 3 days ago
Quoted from Soulstoner:

Mine had a June build date and everything seems great aside from the dimpling on the playfield. It doesn't bother me, but others hate it. I view it as a part of the wear and tear and after 1000 games or so, you can see all the dimples melding together to be less noticeable now.
Katana ramp did not have a spacer between it and the playfield, but I don't see any issues there yet.

Thanks, not really concerned about dimpling .

#7109 3 days ago

Same here. No playfield issues other than dimpling. Mine is a Nov 2019 build date.

#7110 3 days ago
Quoted from jandrea95:

Getting ready to pull the trigger on a NIB unless I find a good deal on used close by. Never cared for Deadpool as a theme, but this game makes me smile every time I play it. Top it off with the animations (love the 8 bit style) and epic sounds im in.
Just curious if anyone with newer games can comment on playfield issues? Personally ive had good luck with all my games, but curious what others are seeing on the latest batch.
Thanks

No playfield issues on my Pro - build date of August 2019. I have around 3200 games played on it. Sure there is dimpling.

I did put a washer under the Katana ramp and also a couple Cliffy's and some Mylar in a couple spots.

Not sure if Stern has upgraded their flipper coil stops yet, but mine only lasted about 300 games.

#7111 3 days ago
Quoted from awesome1:

No playfield issues on my Pro - build date of August 2019. I have around 3200 games played on it. Sure there is dimpling.
I did put a washer under the Katana ramp and also a couple Cliffy's and some Mylar in a couple spots.
Not sure if Stern has upgraded their flipper coil stops yet, but mine only lasted about 300 games.

Where did you put mylar?
( I was thinking we should prob be doing it somewhere in front of the scoop where the ball constantly hits the paint
but NO problems as of yet - just thinking how many machines we've seen w scoop wear)

#7112 3 days ago
Quoted from pinbuoy:

Where did you put mylar?
( I was thinking we should prob be doing it somewhere in front of the scoop where the ball constantly hits the paint
but NO problems as of yet - just thinking how many machines we've seen w scoop wear)

I added Mylar to the entrance of Lil Deadpool behind the drop targets and folded it down along the edge. Didn’t like the look of the Cliffs there.

#7113 2 days ago

What's everyone's safe shot? I lean towards the Wolverine spinner because it's pretty easy from the left flipper and I have a chance at snikt shot. Also, it lines up combos nicely. However, the SDTM on the wolverine shot on comebacks can be brutal to gauge sometimes.

Do I just need to up my tilt skills here or is there a better safe shot to lean on?

#7114 2 days ago

I can generally hit the Wolverine spinner pretty easily. I can also hit the Dazzler ramp decently well, and the Hellhouse scope. I really struggle with anything on the right and the katana shots though

#7115 2 days ago
Quoted from cloggedDrain:

I can generally hit the Wolverine spinner pretty easily. I can also hit the Dazzler ramp decently well, and the Hellhouse scope. I really struggle with anything on the right and the katana shots though

I feel (and play) the same way. Left side shots are easy-peasey. Right side is where the challenge is. SNIKT is another ball of wax entirely.

#7116 2 days ago

Just practice the katana skill shot every time with left flipper held in. You'll muscle memory it eventually.

#7117 2 days ago
Quoted from punkin:

Just practice the katana skill shot every time with left flipper held in. You'll muscle memory it eventually.

I don't follow what you mean by "with the left flipper held in". Can you help me understand?

#7118 2 days ago
Quoted from cloggedDrain:

I don't follow what you mean by "with the left flipper held in". Can you help me understand?

Hold the left flipper button when plunging and it will not stop in the pops but rather go all the way around the orbit.

#7119 2 days ago

Hold the left flipper when plunging the ball it goes to the left flipper (on my pro anyway) You then get to shoot for either the katana for secret skill shot or the chimi loop and then katana for super secret skill shot.

#7120 2 days ago

Aww yeah, I didn't realize you meant holding the flipper when you launch. I normaly try to go for the easy skill shot

#7121 2 days ago

I was suggesting it's a good way to learn the right hand shots without distracting you during the game. Bonus is either 5 or 15 million instead of 2.5 million once you start hitting your range.

#7122 2 days ago

I used to do that as well but am back to top lane skill shots. The super skill reduced ball save has bit me in the butt several times in competition for sure, plus I like collecting as many ninjas as possible for the added bonus and increased Ninja MB scoring. Taking that shot on the fly is super dangerous but very rewarding in points and feel.

#7123 2 days ago

Like i said, for practice.

#7124 1 day ago

Hey, does anyone know how to disconnect this thing. Its the piece on the bottom of Wolverine on the Pro. I am try to take off the plastic wolverine so I can attach a plastic figurine. But this 'screw' has no grooves and no way to detach it. Any ideas? Thanks

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#7125 1 day ago
Quoted from brickbuilder14:

Hey, does anyone know how to disconnect this thing. Its the piece on the bottom of Wolverine on the Pro. I am try to take off the plastic wolverine so I can attach a plastic figurine. But this 'screw' has no grooves and no way to detach it. Any ideas? Thanks
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It is a rivet, you will need to drill it out. Easiest is to drill the side showing in the picture with a larger bit that will get rid of the "edge" and allow you to pull them apart.

#7126 23 hours ago

I received this cliffy it says for the three Bank Target I was wondering if anyone has a picture where this goes thank you...

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#7127 23 hours ago
Quoted from Geddy2112:

I received this cliffy it says for the three Bank Target I was wondering if anyone has a picture where this goes thank you...
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That looks like a shooter lane protector.

#7128 23 hours ago
Quoted from Geddy2112:

I received this cliffy it says for the three Bank Target I was wondering if anyone has a picture where this goes thank you...
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That is absolutely the shooter lane (right side) protector.

#7129 22 hours ago

Its the one on the left. Same one used in AFM and spiderman.

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#7130 19 hours ago

anyone feel like doing a slo mo video of where the ball lands from the scoop?
I'd like to put some mylar there, thanks.

#7131 15 hours ago
Quoted from pinbuoy:

anyone feel like doing a slo mo video of where the ball lands from the scoop?
I'd like to put some mylar there, thanks.

I’ve done them in the past and it’s the right side that takes the initial impact, then the left takes a good knock.

Put a cliffy shooter lane kit on which protects the left and right side equally. I use cliffys as well as the pinball universe clear lane protectors, shooter lanes still look new after 600+ games.

#7132 11 hours ago
Quoted from J85M:

I’ve done them in the past and it’s the right side that takes the initial impact, then the left takes a good knock.
Put a cliffy shooter lane kit on which protects the left and right side equally. I use cliffys as well as the pinball universe clear lane protectors, shooter lanes still look new after 600+ games.

No no no I'm talking about the Hellhouse scoop

#7133 9 hours ago
Quoted from pinbuoy:

No no no I'm talking about the Hellhouse scoop

Sorry mate I had my 2 youngest running around my feet this morning, which is why I somehow didn’t even see the word scoop in your post

Usually the ball will land a good 3-4” from the scoop, older Sterns with scoops had a 3-4” strip of Mylar placed directly in front of the scoop hole. Hopefully this redeems my ability to read

#7134 9 hours ago
Quoted from Geddy2112:

I received this cliffy it says for the three Bank Target I was wondering if anyone has a picture where this goes thank you...
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If this is a shooter lane protector, how does it fit in the lane? Does the flat part sit under that side rail and the angled part hang over the lane near the eject? Screws from the bubble level/side rail hold it in place?

#7135 7 hours ago
Quoted from mostater:

If this is a shooter lane protector, how does it fit in the lane? Does the flat part sit under that side rail and the angled part hang over the lane near the eject? Screws from the bubble level/side rail hold it in place?

Exactly.
I just installed mine last week.
On the left, be sure to not over tighten as I did

#7136 7 hours ago
Quoted from mostater:

If this is a shooter lane protector, how does it fit in the lane? Does the flat part sit under that side rail and the angled part hang over the lane near the eject? Screws from the bubble level/side rail hold it in place?

That long protector is for the right hand side of the shooter lane directly opposite the kickout, goes under the wood/metal side rail.

#7137 7 hours ago

Yellow is left side of the shooter lane
Red is the right side of the shooter lane

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#7138 5 hours ago
Quoted from J85M:

Yellow is left side of the shooter lane
Red is the right side of the shooter lane
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Didn't the game come with a Hellhouse protector from the factory?

I'm the second owner of my LE, so not sure.

#7139 4 hours ago
Quoted from WizardsCastle:

Didn't the game come with a Hellhouse protector from the factory?
I'm the second owner of my LE, so not sure.

Yes they all did. Many folks prefer a cliffy version depending on the application.

#7140 4 hours ago
Quoted from WizardsCastle:

Didn't the game come with a Hellhouse protector from the factory?
I'm the second owner of my LE, so not sure.

Quoted from DudeRegular:

Yes they all did. Many folks prefer a cliffy version depending on the application.

And over time the original scoop protector will crack and cause many ball rejects. I think mine lasted around 2000 plays before I had to switch to the Cliffy version.

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