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Indianapolis 500 owners thread. Everyone welcome.

By stevevt

6 years ago

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#893 10 months ago

Has anyone had issue removing the pop bumpers on an Indy? My aprons need replacing and the flash bulbs are wired in with a long convoluted setup. What a pain to try and undo, there must be a better way

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#897 10 months ago
Quoted from Schwaggs:

That is how most games since the 80s have the pop lamps wired. You can carefully remove and replace the staples or rip and replace with these:
Or same as the stock lamp sockets:
I know of no trick to replace skirts without removing the light wiring.

That’s going to have to wait as Pinball Life charge a minimum of $50 shipping to Australia.

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#915 9 months ago

Is the car in the back corner supposed to spin around every time you hit the right ramp? It works fine during car test but I can’t get it to spin during game play. Any help would be appreciated

#919 9 months ago

Problem seems solved, adjusted the right ramp made switch and now she spins!

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#955 7 months ago

I’m having an issue with my Indy in that the left flipper switch is always on. I can see in the switch test that the square for it is filled in. The minute I unplug the flipper board it goes away, touching the plug to the board sets off the switch. I’ve tried swapping boards and the problem is still there. Any suggestions?

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#1003 33 days ago
Quoted from Djshakes:

You won't regret it. My keeper lineup: I500, Congo, shadow. That's after owning about every b/w 90s title.

I own I500 and Shadow and agree. Would really like to add a Congo

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