I am working on a Gladiators pinball machine and the right flipper just isnt as strong as the left flipper. The right coil is brand new as is the sleeve. The arm is clean. The end of stroke switch is qdjusted exact. The right flipper button leaf switch is adjusted exact also. All leaf switches are clean. The assemble itself and its items connected to it are solid and sturdy. The flipper is secured really tight. The ohms of the new flipper coil is 4.9...the manual i believe calls for a 4.7...so i dont think thats an issue. All bases are covered as far as i can see.
*note* the original coil was bad..it was doing the “rapid fire” move when engaged. That is why i replaced it with a new coil, which fixed the rapid fire issue.
So what else can i do or check to give me that stronger “POP” in the flipper?