peeling further and further into obscurity... oh well
Quoted from Cheddar:
Remove very carefully. BoP is notorious for botched mylar removal. Be prepeared to lose artwork over the inserts. From all I've read use canned air to get the mylar off and flour/alcohol to remove the glue.
Removed the mylar from my Xenon without as much a single paint speck casualty...
Step 1. Heat gun to the mylar allows it to tear completely free from the adhesive... leaving a sticky mess behind.
Step 2. A healthy dose of goo-gone automotive formula citrus remover. Let it sit for a good long while.
Step 3. Wipe/rub it off with a shop rag. Be sure to bring a can of elbow grease.
Step 4. Any adhesive that didn't come up with shop rag, I attacked with my dremel using a large buffer attachment essentially melted it off by way of friction
Appreciate the advisory though... always good to be reminded of the risks with any project.
Quoted from Mbecker:
Sidenote -- once you install the 2.0 kit you should really put out a launch party for NW pinsiders to come but some games on it
Great idea... if the 2.0 becomes a reality (see keyword "potential"). I played a 2.0 at the last NWPAS, and it was super cool, or as my 10 y/o put it, "this is boss!"... but man it's hard to say that it's $1800 worth of bossness. We'll see... in the mean time, I'll continue stockpiling my allowance money. Definitely on the wish list!