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Game Plan owners club. Welcome!


By SpOoKyRiDeS

5 years ago



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#29 5 years ago

Early SS Bally flipper bats are "correct". Also - I used to have an Andromeda with totally blown out flipper parts. I swapped bally SS parts (non-linear mechs), baseplates and flipper coils and they worked/played great.

#32 5 years ago

Gameplan coils are bigger than Bally, so they won't fit. You'd need to put in a whole new baseplate etc etc. I just had a bunch lying around. Not sure where to buy them now.

I would have tried to keep the gameplan parts in there if I could but the links were totally sloppy/blown out (terribly trampoline effect!) as were the stops/plungers so it just made sense to use what I had.

The full classic stern assembly would *probably* do the trick, but i haven't actually tried it.

http://www.pinballlife.com/index.php?p=product&id=2411

#33 5 years ago

I used the

Bally AQ-25-500/34-4500 Flipper Coil

when I converted mine.

#37 5 years ago

Nope - stern/ballys are basically the same size. I think ballys were slightly shorter which is why they used a spring washer and stern didn't.

Stern/Bally coils should work fine in the game though if you wire them correctly (at least my bally coils did).

#39 5 years ago

J-25-500/34-4500 is the same strength as the standard bally flipper coil of the era. Not sure what would be the closest strength to the gameplan flippers (they felt comparable to met though.)

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