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Mods for GnR LE

By iamabearsfan

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#101 3 months ago
Quoted from shokel328:

For now, added all the ones that didn’t require removing the upper playfield. These
Convolux protectors may dim the plastics a tad, but I really like their effect. Game is bright enough as it is.
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Those do photograph well.

Hey check your right backstage mod from Sven.. the NITL scaffolding and speaker stack is tilted in your second photo... Mine did that until I noticed it gets stuck under that piece of black wood on the back right cabinet wall ... So on the last couple inches of lowering the playfield, if I don't move the mod away from the block slightly with one hand to clear past that wood block while I'm holding the apron bars to lower with the other hand it will get stuck.

No big deal for me to do this now once you know it .

#102 3 months ago
Quoted from shokel328:

For now, added all the ones that didn’t require removing the upper playfield. These
Convolux protectors may dim the plastics a tad, but I really like their effect. Game is bright enough as it is.
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The ones under the upper pf really add a nice pop of color. Take the plunge man, it doesn’t take long to install!

#103 3 months ago
Quoted from atg1469:

The ones under the upper pf really add a nice pop of color. Take the plunge man, it doesn’t take long to install!

I need to do this as well. Lazy I guess

#104 3 months ago

I love Coinbox Slash (very clever!)

Mine is up in the rafters

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#105 3 months ago
Quoted from ray-dude:

I love Coinbox Slash (very clever!)
Mine is up in the rafters[quoted image]

Thanks!
And yours looks great! The detail on that figure is really good and the sound bar on CE lends itself to becoming a stage very well.
Thanks for the new name Coinbox Slash! Love it!
I might even shorten it to Slashbox. Haha.

#106 3 months ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Those do photograph well.
Hey check your right backstage mod from Sven.. the NITL scaffolding and speaker stack is tilted in your second photo... Mine did that until I noticed it gets stuck under that piece of black wood on the back right cabinet wall ... So on the last couple inches of lowering the playfield, if I don't move the mod away from the block slightly with one hand to clear past that wood block while I'm holding the apron bars to lower with the other hand it will get stuck.
No big deal for me to do this now once you know it .

Thanks, it’s all good there I used some 3M dual lock after it kept falling off during gameplay so it’s all in place no matter what, but now it will bother my eye so I’ll get to it anyway.

#107 3 months ago
Quoted from shokel328:

Thanks, it’s all good there I used some 3M dual lock after it kept falling off during gameplay so it’s all in place no matter what, but now it will bother my eye so I’ll get to it anyway.

Lol. I used double sided tape on it for the same reason! Hasn't moved during play since. I think the knocking and rubbing against that wood piece as you lower the playfield was the culprit to loosening it up.

1 week later
#108 3 months ago

For those that may be considering the Pingraffix Stadium topper WITH the lighting kit, you may want to look at these photos. Not that this is how you have to do it, but thought it was one of the cleaner ways to install the wiring. Each LED strip has to connect to the topper. I ran mine through the inside of the backbox and down the plastic wiring tube. Split it off to the back corner grills. The result is very little wiring on the outside and a very clean look. I will say that I wish the included wiring was a foot longer though.

Either way, I think this mod is the best out there in pinball. Yes it is pricey, but by far the coolest thing I have ever seen and experienced. I have been in this hobby mod'n pins for 20+ years and never have had so many compliments on this product.

Mod can be found here...

https://www.pingraffix.com/product-page/jjp-guns-n-roses-stadium-topper

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#109 79 days ago
Quoted from ray-dude:

I love Coinbox Slash (very clever!)
Mine is up in the rafters[quoted image]

Where did you source that Slash figurine and amp? Looks great and I wouldn’t mind sticking those on top of my LE too!

#110 79 days ago
Quoted from darkryder:

Where did you source that Slash figurine and amp? Looks great and I wouldn’t mind sticking those on top of my LE too!

eBay. Google "McFarlane slash"

Quoted from iamabearsfan:

For those that may be considering the Pingraffix Stadium topper WITH the lighting kit, you may want to look at these photos. Not that this is how you have to do it, but thought it was one of the cleaner ways to install the wiring. Each LED strip has to connect to the topper. I ran mine through the inside of the backbox and down the plastic wiring tube. Split it off to the back corner grills. The result is very little wiring on the outside and a very clean look. I will say that I wish the included wiring was a foot longer though.
Either way, I think this mod is the best out there in pinball. Yes it is pricey, but by far the coolest thing I have ever seen and experienced. I have been in this hobby mod'n pins for 20+ years and never have had so many compliments on this product.
Mod can be found here...
https://www.pingraffix.com/product-page/jjp-guns-n-roses-stadium-topper[quoted image][quoted image]

That's how deejaypee Hyperlytes install is also done through The speaker grills. Adding LED strips sync'd to the hot rails is totally a Best mod.. send a PM to him if anyone wants to get on his list for a set. You don't have to spend the big money on the topper if you just want to get just the LED cabinet lights.

#111 79 days ago

deejaypee is there a list of where we all stand numerically for our Hyperlytes? Trying to get an idea of ETA (No Rush). Just super stoked to get these installed for the full experience.

#112 79 days ago
Quoted from Enchantress:

deejaypee is there a list of where we all stand numerically for our Hyperlytes? Trying to get an idea of ETA (No Rush). Just super stoked to get these installed for the full experience.

It's worth the wait, I can say. But also this isn't his thread. I would PM him directly.

#113 79 days ago

What's this soundbar on the ce thing and can I do I with an SE?

#114 79 days ago

That looks incredible. Not sure I’ve seen that before. Who sells it?

#115 79 days ago
Quoted from TigerLaw:

That looks incredible. Not sure I’ve seen that before. Who sells it?

That’s the shadow box from The Mod Couple. I installed it too and it looks great!

https://themodcouplepinball.com/collections/jersey-jack-guns-and-roses/products/jjp-guns-n-roses-custom-coin-door-le-ce-se-shadow-box-mod

#116 79 days ago
Quoted from Ecw0930:

What's this soundbar on the ce thing and can I do I with an SE?

I've not seen anyone get excited over the CE sound bar.

#117 78 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

I've not seen anyone get excited over the CE sound bar.

Where is it available? And can I do it with my se?

Or, can I just put any soundbar on an SE?

#118 78 days ago
Quoted from Ecw0930:

Where is it available? And can I do it with my se?
Or, can I just put any soundbar on an SE?

Someone with a CE would have to identify the model but I'm sure just a normal sound bar is fine. I've never seen a sound bar that looked like the CE one that was quality and if we speculate on the wiring but if be surprised if it's even anything more than more volume due to additional mids and tweets.. you could just use existing wiring in series. But why? This effort makes no sense to me since the volume is loud enough. Need something that improves clarity and quality and amplification would be nice too.
Pinwoofer with sub would be that solution andway more impactful and an actual upgrade....
Trojanlaw has the CE that took off this topper and bar and replaced with the JJP topper and pinwoofer.... He wouldn't have done that if that bar added sound quality.

#119 78 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Someone with a CE would have to identify the model but I'm sure just a normal sound bar is fine and if we speculate on the wiring but if be surprised if it's even anything more than additional mids and tweets.. which in that case you could just use existing wiring in series. But why? This effort makes no sense to me.
Pinwoofer with sub would be way more impactful and an actual upgrade....
Trojanlaw has the CE that took off this topper and bar and replaced with the JJP topper and pinwoofer.... He wouldn't have done that if that bar added sound quality.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/jjp-game-6-collector-s-edition-/page/47#post-6134290

#121 77 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

For those that may be considering the Pingraffix Stadium topper WITH the lighting kit, you may want to look at these photos. Not that this is how you have to do it, but thought it was one of the cleaner ways to install the wiring. Each LED strip has to connect to the topper. I ran mine through the inside of the backbox and down the plastic wiring tube. Split it off to the back corner grills. The result is very little wiring on the outside and a very clean look. I will say that I wish the included wiring was a foot longer though.
Either way, I think this mod is the best out there in pinball. Yes it is pricey, but by far the coolest thing I have ever seen and experienced. I have been in this hobby mod'n pins for 20+ years and never have had so many compliments on this product.
Mod can be found here...
https://www.pingraffix.com/product-page/jjp-guns-n-roses-stadium-topper[quoted image][quoted image]

Had this mod for a bit over a week now . I just love it more and more , it adds so much to the atmosphere playing the game .

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#122 65 days ago
Quoted from screaminr:

Had this mod for a bit over a week now . I just love it more and more , it adds so much to the atmosphere playing the game .
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that topper is sick ! are the lights distracting during game play ?

#123 65 days ago

Just installed the marquee lights and monkey mod from https://www.pinballmodz.com/

This turns the JJP topper into what it should have been. Active RGB marques lights in various patterns looks great and the addition of the monkey mod gives the GnR Pinball logo total new life lighting up and patching into the back trellis stage lights programming that lights with game play. Really great interactive mod!

Next, my pinstadiums NEO CONCERT EDITION for GnR finally arrived that I ordered last November.... OMG. To quote another pinsider "every other GnR you play without Pinstadiums will be boring. These are a game changer! Literally,"

GAME CHANGER.
It's not even possible to accurately capture in pictures or video because the experience so sensual. You can really only experience accurately it in reality. But I could try to make a video anyway I suppose.

Now with pinballmodz JJP topper light show, plus pinstadiums taking the playfield light show into the stratosphere plus Hyperlytes cabinet lights sync'd with the hot rails illuminating the room, it's the most insane light show experience yet.

No such thing as too many lights.

#124 65 days ago
Quoted from barroncaliber:

that topper is sick ! are the lights distracting during game play ?

For me the whole game is distracting while playing. It's total eye candy.. even when it's off.

#125 64 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Just installed the marquee lights and monkey mod from https://www.pinballmodz.com/
This turns the JJP topper into what it should have been. Active RGB marques lights in various patterns looks great and the addition of the monkey mod gives the GnR Pinball logo total new life lighting up and patching into the back trellis stage lights programming that lights with game play. Really great interactive mod!
Next, my pinstadiums NEO CONCERT EDITION for GnR finally arrived that I ordered last November.... OMG. To quote another pinsider "every other GnR you play without Pinstadiums will be boring. These are a game changer! Literally,"
GAME CHANGER.
It's not even possible to accurately capture in pictures or video because the experience so sensual. You can really only experience accurately it in reality. But I could try to make a video anyway I suppose.
Now with pinballmodz JJP topper light show, plus pinstadiums taking the playfield light show into the stratosphere plus Hyperlytes cabinet lights sync'd with the hot rails illuminating the room, it's the most insane light show experience yet.
No such thing as too many lights.

I swear the people that hate on Pinstadiums for this game have never them in person. It’s a game changer in all the right ways!

#126 64 days ago
Quoted from barroncaliber:

are the lights distracting during game play ?

No . But you can feel lights coming down on you . It's really cool how the lights move around and change with every song .
I brought it without seeing it in action and I was worried they could be blinding , but that's not an issue .

#127 64 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Just installed the marquee lights and monkey mod from https://www.pinballmodz.com/
This turns the JJP topper into what it should have been. Active RGB marques lights in various patterns looks great and the addition of the monkey mod gives the GnR Pinball logo total new life lighting up and patching into the back trellis stage lights programming that lights with game play. Really great interactive mod!
Next, my pinstadiums NEO CONCERT EDITION for GnR finally arrived that I ordered last November.... OMG. To quote another pinsider "every other GnR you play without Pinstadiums will be boring. These are a game changer! Literally,"
GAME CHANGER.
It's not even possible to accurately capture in pictures or video because the experience so sensual. You can really only experience accurately it in reality. But I could try to make a video anyway I suppose.
Now with pinballmodz JJP topper light show, plus pinstadiums taking the playfield light show into the stratosphere plus Hyperlytes cabinet lights sync'd with the hot rails illuminating the room, it's the most insane light show experience yet.
No such thing as too many lights.

You might need an adaptor if the hyperlights and the pin stadiums go in the same connection .

#128 64 days ago
Quoted from screaminr:

You might need an adaptor if the hyperlights and the pin stadiums go in the same connection .

Already installed. DJ confirmed with someone else with the same setup that this works in the same connection.

They both come with y adapters and both daisy chain into each other on the data feed perfectly along with the hot rails. Both the pinstadiums and the Hyperlytes amplify their own signal so everything is powered independently... I've got 3 power supplies under there into my service port. 2 for PS and 1 for HL.

Good call out but No problem so far.

#129 59 days ago

Just installed the Illumiglass mod from Pinballmodz.com
Video sux and doesnt show the 3D effect and movement this mod gives the artwork as the colors cycle and pulse, but its mesmerizing in person and active with the music. Reminds me of those cool collectors cards you shift back and forth and it looks like they are moving.
Better in person for sure. Same with Pinstadiums.. video wont capture it.

#130 57 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Just installed the Illumiglass mod from Pinballmodz.com
Video sux and doesnt show the 3D effect and movement this mod gives the artwork as the colors cycle and pulse, but its mesmerizing in person and active with the music. Reminds me of those cool collectors cards you shift back and forth and it looks like they are moving.
Better in person for sure. Same with Pinstadiums.. video wont capture it.

I love looking at your machine and imagining exactly this

#131 57 days ago
Quoted from deejaypee:

I love looking at your machine and imagining exactly this

Valid comparison!
Clark would have loved LED technology!

3 weeks later
#132 30 days ago

Okay, new/common issue cropping up (again). This time instead of the center scoop going RDTM, the left ball release from the guitar ball lock is going RDTM. Has this happened to anyone yet? If so, fix? I have a couple ideas, but guessing someone else has been fighting this one already.

#133 30 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

Okay, new/common issue cropping up (again). This time instead of the center scoop going RDTM, the left ball release from the guitar ball lock is going RDTM. Has this happened to anyone yet? If so, fix? I have a couple ideas, but guessing someone else has been fighting this one already.

Bending the outer wall at the end of the guitar neck where the balls release very slightly seems to help with this.

#134 30 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

Okay, new/common issue cropping up (again). This time instead of the center scoop going RDTM, the left ball release from the guitar ball lock is going RDTM. Has this happened to anyone yet? If so, fix? I have a couple ideas, but guessing someone else has been fighting this one already.

Mods only thread. you can find posts on this in owners forum. I'll see if I can find you a link.

Edit. Here:
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/the-official-jjp-gnr-thread?tq=SDTM+guitar+lock&tu=

#135 30 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Mods only thread. you can find posts on this in owners forum. I'll see if I can find you a link.
Edit. Here:
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/the-official-jjp-gnr-thread?tq=SDTM+guitar+lock&tu=

It is funny, I put this on this thread because mod or not, it seems like all of these are things you may want to do to your machine. The tweaking on this machine is almost as important as the mods.

#136 30 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

It is funny, I put this on this thread because mod or not, it seems like all of these are things you may want to do to your machine. The tweaking on this machine is almost as important as the mods.

It's your thread, in the end, but keeping it to mods only not only appeals to my OCD but maintains the integrity and value of the thread. Reminds me of a pet peeve when people reply to an old email on a new topic or start a new topic from a unrelated email because its in their inbox, instead of starting a new one with a proper subject. Anyway, there really is no other thread with this extensive of mods list and dedicated focus on GnR mods in one place on Pinside that I know of. Its one of my favorite threads!

#137 30 days ago

Yeh, someday I plan to do a post of all of the mods/fixes I did to my machine. I am a little frustrated with JJP in that they could easily proactively communicate to their customers work around/fixes for some of these issues that are popping up all of the time. I did a very simply fix for the bass ramp that eliminated the ball getting stuck at the top. To me JJP should be sending out bulletins or something like that. They have our info right?

#138 30 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

Yeh, someday I plan to do a post of all of the mods/fixes I did to my machine. I am a little frustrated with JJP in that they could easily proactively communicate to their customers work around/fixes for some of these issues that are popping up all of the time. I did a very simply fix for the bass ramp that eliminated the ball getting stuck at the top. To me JJP should be sending out bulletins or something like that. They have our info right?

I think nothing beats Pinside for hearing about things first and collectively fixing things that are one-offs through the power of the forum. The bass ramp alignment issue is actually very rare. I have probably read all 21,000+ posts in the owners forum and this is mentioned less than 6 times and only happened recently in addition to that. The fix was to remove it and bend the tines (the two middle tines?) if I recall. Some loosening of the spinners fixed for them, etc...

I had my share of little stuff I had to correct/fix/adjust as well and I did it all through the forum's help. I knew what I was getting into waiting 11 months for mine and I am not scared to try and fixing things as it gets me deeper into understanding the pin to be able to keep it running... I spend a lot of time doing that and I am still loving it. This is NOT the machine to buy if you dont want to be pulling glass. I think it requires adjustments and fixes, especially the more you mod it and the more you play it. Between rubbers popping, or switches mis-firing, or needing adjustment, to installing pinwoofer so now the glass rattles and need to figure a solution for that, to pop bumper hangs, etc, its all little stuff generally.

3 days ago I was installing Pinmonks magnet fan and didnt assemble the magnet back tight enough and first game the magnet grabbed and then the ball wont roll off on its own. Had to work through that so I could play again. I was tilting my games trying to shake the ball off the magnet. Sucks when you are in a song and trying to get extra ball and tilt.

I walked up to play it yesterday and looked down and noticed the sling rubber under the pinmonk airball drain barrier plastics was snapped and lying on the playfield near my GNR/AMP lanes.... so much for playing.... had to pull the glass, remove the ramp nuts, remove the plastics there, put on a new sling, and re-assemble all that... now by that time my wife needed me. Oh well, no games for me.... Another day to play...

Went upstairs today and 3 of the LEDs on PinballModz segments on the topper marquee lights went out... I just installed that. Doesnt prevent me from playing but I contacted Kyle and told him ... he asked me to send the segment it to him and he is replacing the 3 LEDs in it. Spend time troubleshooting that to determine it was only 1 segment and again, cut into my playing time.

It is a LOT of work, imo, to get it all working in the beginning after you get it from the assembly line... it is all so new, and needs to get all adjusted and dialed in and things you will not notice until the honeymoon begins, then you play it a lot and just little stuff keeps happening like that. In between there's some damn fun pinball being played, and for me new mods added all the time (just another thing ready to break. LOL).

Keeping the game running is a big part of owning one I have learned, and it can be part of the fun if you have the right perspective and expectations and I think when push comes to shove if you need something serious from JJP, I think they will try and help. Thats been my experience so far. But who am I ? Just barely over a 1yr newbie here telling this to you, a 9yr vet. LOL!

#139 28 days ago

I installed the back box and under cabinet lighting but I wanted a way to easily remove it if necessary . So I attached the LEDs to some aluminium strips and attached some sticky Velcro and some zip ties to help keep them in place .
So far so good .
Such a great mod for this game .

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#140 28 days ago
Quoted from screaminr:

I installed the back box and under cabinet lighting but I wanted a way to easily remove it if necessary . So I attached the LEDs to some aluminium strips and attached some sticky Velcro and some zip ties to help keep them in place .
So far so good .
Such a great mod for this game .
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That's a really good idea. As I was installing those I was wondering how it would work to put the backbox down. Now I have a solution

#141 28 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

That's a really good idea. As I was installing those I was wondering how it would work to put the backbox down. Now I have a solution

That was my thought as well , the game isn't going anywhere but just in case I have to move it one day .

#142 28 days ago
Quoted from screaminr:

That was my thought as well , the game isn't going anywhere but just in case I have to move it one day .

I just installed the back box lighting as two separate segments, can fold the back box down any time without issue.

#143 28 days ago

The Hyperlytes are in a single long diffuser with about 5 inches of sticky tape on each end which makes the entire light bar result removable and replaceable in the rare instance it needs to come off, or if you like the Velcro option is doable as well.
The Hyperlytes sync to the hot rails which rocks

#144 28 days ago
Quoted from atg1469:

I just installed the back box lighting as two separate segments, can fold the back box down any time without issue.

The ones I have put on are from the pingraffix topper and I was afraid if I cut them in half they wouldn't work and have full sticky down the entire length .

#145 28 days ago

Just got done installing the PinStadium light kit. I have to admit the instructions were a little on the rough side. BUT the end result is awesome. Great mod and would highly recommend. Live and Let Die light show just got to a whole new level!

#146 28 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:

Just got done installing the PinStadium light kit. I have to admit the instructions were a little on the rough side. BUT the end result is awesome. Great mod and would highly recommend. Live and Let Die light show just got to a whole new level!

Felt the same way. Instructions has pictures of finished looking modules, when in reality they're just black heat shrink circuit boards. If I recall correctly the ribbon cable descriptions were even a little vague/misleading.

Because you posted this and it matches my experience I'm pretty sure that everyone goes through this confusion. Did you install the xeno mounts? I skipped that And just using the magna mounts only. In I don't mind manually detaching them from the magnet if I need to lift the play field. Maybe I'll try the xeno mount someday. But I'm just not sure the juice is worth the squeeze.
The effects from Pinstadium however are awesome. Wait till you play more songs. In a dimly lit room of course..... Out ta get me, and rocket Queen Are the first two that come to mind.. as another pinsider famously said "now every other GNR will seem boring in comparison"
Congrats!

#147 27 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Felt the same way. Instructions has pictures of finished looking modules, when in reality they're just black heat shrink circuit boards. If I recall correctly the ribbon cable descriptions were even a little vague/misleading.
Because you posted this and it matches my experience I'm pretty sure that everyone goes through this confusion. Did you install the xeno mounts? I skipped that And just using the magna mounts only. In I don't mind manually detaching them from the magnet if I need to lift the play field. Maybe I'll try the xeno mount someday. But I'm just not sure the juice is worth the squeeze.
The effects from Pinstadium however are awesome. Wait till you play more songs. In a dimly lit room of course..... Out ta get me, and rocket Queen Are the first two that come to mind.. as another pinsider famously said "now every other GNR will seem boring in comparison"
Congrats!

I ended up using the megamounts. Really weren't that big of a deal to install. Little tricky getting the back left mount to install. Also, I think JJP used a little thicker wood and their mount didn't fit. So I had to dremel some material off of the mount to make it work.

As for the lights, the only real negative I wasn't expecting was that about 25% of the side art can't be seen anymore. Those side rails for the lights are pretty tall. Overall worth it, but should be noted for someone considering the mod.

#148 27 days ago
Quoted from iamabearsfan:I ended up using the megamounts. Really weren't that big of a deal to install. Little tricky getting the back left mount to install. Also, I think JJP used a little thicker wood and their mount didn't fit. So I had to dremel some material off of the mount to make it work.
As for the lights, the only real negative I wasn't expecting was that about 25% of the side art can't be seen anymore. Those side rails for the lights are pretty tall. Overall worth it, but should be noted for someone considering the mod.

Good tip. And yes you just reminded me that I had the same disappointment about the artwork cover up, but totally forgot about it until you just mentioned it if that makes you hopeful.

#149 27 days ago
Quoted from Vespula:

Good tip. And yes you just reminded me that I had the same disappointment about the artwork cover up, but totally forgot about it until you just mentioned it if that makes you hopeful.

Just another reason why I think mirror blades work so well on this title!

#150 27 days ago
Quoted from atg1469:

Just another reason why I think mirror blades work so well on this title!

Yep true on that. I almost got them!
But you know the art blades are right up there integrating with the LE poster theme.
The pinstadiums are easily worth an inch of lost art. 10 minutes of initial disappointment that I totally forgot about once I played a game with the pinstadiums.

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Pin Stadium Pinball Mods
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$ 649.95
Lighting - Interactive
Pin Stadium Pinball Mods
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