This will be an odd question but given my recent experience with a police force I am working on I wonder if this is a thing. All the coils seem to be insanely strong. I rebuilt the flippers ala Vid's style (Side return springs and full rebuild kit) and actually returned the coils to what the factory put in the game FL-1130's (They had much stronger in there although god knows why). However both flippers are insanely strong (They were this way even before I rebuilt them). The other odd things though is that all the coils from the ball kick out that kicks so hard it hits the metal side rail and bounces back into the trough to the pop bumpers and kickouts that shoot the ball around at light speed. Generally I would count my lucky stars that the game is playing so strong but it causes game play issues and from the person who I bought the game from you can tell it has been a long term issue as a bunch of the plastics are busted up. So... when researching this kind of sounds like games that have been put on high tap but as I understand it that was more of an EM thing right? IE does that exist for Williams System 11 games? Any thoughts or comments are greatly appreciated. (Also as a note when I hit the center ramp either with the left or right flipper both of them make the ball ramp off the ramp into the pops (IE way too fast). I'd "fixed" that for now by making the flipper EOS open super early to decrease the power and this has helped but isn't the true fix here. Also to decrease the power on the ball kick out I added a spring to the plastic center on the coil which has made it slightly weak enough to not kick the ball so hard it goes back into the trough. Also game has been leveled and is at 6.0 degrees pitch.