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Pistol Poker - Members Only - "Howdy Partner"

By pinball_faz

3 years ago

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#3 3 years ago

I'm an owner...game currently resides with my neighbor as I ran out of room. Used to sit next to my SM and PP received more love from the kids.

I question the 200 production number tho. Mystery Castle is listed at 500 in ipdb but it's been fairly well proven from serial numbers that there were 250 MCS made. But empirically I see PP for sale way more often so I assume that PP was closer to the 500 attributed to MC.

#5 3 years ago
Quoted from pinball_faz:

Whatever the production numbers...finding parts is challenging

No argument there....true for Alvin g in general....I was able to get some of the clear targets in red blue and yellow and some nos ramps for my MC...and cliffy made protectors using a template from my MC. I've wanted to get a spare mpu and driver board but haven't run across any.

#10 3 years ago

Yes I always feel like the upper playfield needs a left flipper by the habitrail. I'm always wanting to flip the ball there.

5 months later
#26 3 years ago
Quoted from xTheBlackKnightx:

Owners are SOL on flipper plungers and links, as they do not exist in quantity, just lying around in somebody's part box.
The rest of the parts including EoS can be replaced using 1990s GTB machines as they are very similar.
It is also possible to "upgrade" assemblies using late model WMS parts, but the game will no longer be original, and some adjustments must be made.
Reference the parts number in the manual and do a comparison.


#28 3 years ago
Quoted from xTheBlackKnightx:

These are not the same links, the AGC ones are blue and impossible to find.
Flipper pawls are completely non-existent, as are most parts, unless bought in quantity about 15 years ago.
They are not the same.
As I stated I am talking about a one to one replacement, not a pseudo replacements and retrofits.
This was mentioned in my previous post as an alternative.

You're right....Had a brain fart moment....the link I replaced was on a Capcom, also impossible to find parts at times. Fortunately, my PP and MC have had no need for flipper rebuilds

FYI, PinballAustralia has AG parts from time to time: http://www.pinballspareparts.com.au/playfield-parts/flipper-parts/lap-002.html

3 years later
#61 41 days ago
Quoted from McPin54:

Does anyone have a power board for sale?
Thank you!!!

Marco has them: https://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/PCA-028

#66 41 days ago
Quoted from MattElder:

That PCA-028 will not work. The only game in the world that it works in is my Slam-N-Jam prototype. This board is very different and was going to be their next generation of power supply, but they went out of business before it could be implemented.
A bunch of these boards were made, but unfortunately they really have no use or value to speak of. The parts vendors that have them on hand nowadays snatched them up without knowing what they were.

Alvin G expert to the rescue. Marco needs to change that listing then. I would have made the same mistake. I see now from an earlier thread, that even Planetary didn't have the power boards. Power boards are usually pretty basic in design. Surprised one hasn't been replicated.

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