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(Topic ID: 46571)

The Shadow Club

By marsgnu

7 years ago

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Post #73 Insert LED bulbs and colors Posted by MnHotRod (7 years ago)

Post #4322 Alternate Shadow Translite and Speaker Panel Posted by Aurich (3 years ago)

Post #4328 Shadow Manual Rubber Ring Chart link Posted by vireland (2 years ago)

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#5813 1 year ago

I just joined the club! What do people do to brighten up the upper playfield?

#5816 1 year ago
Quoted from Scoot:

Comet strip in the back does the trick.[quoted image]

Where did you get the brick decal for the back? That looks totally awesome

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#5892 1 year ago

I just joined the club and what's the easiest way to fix this switch? It seems like about 1/3 of the time the ball will jump over the switch. The switch works perfectly. I had a similar issue with White Water and I had my friend make me a plastic that went over top of a ramp to keep the ball down. I just didn't know what most people do for this switch?

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#5898 1 year ago
Quoted from woody76:

think you could make some extras and sell them to some folks?

I sent him a pm and it doesn't sound like he's going to be selling them if we could get the dimensions from him i have a buddy that could make them

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#6065 1 year ago
Quoted from rotordave:

Right! I had a few PMs a few weeks back about how I was going to fix my lower right ramp switch so it actually registers EVERY time the ball is shot up there. You may remember I shot a video showing the ball jumping the standard switch.
So let’s make one!
This has been done many times before ... it’s the best way to go IMO.
I made mine out of 3mm high impact acrylic. But you could use aluminium or metal.
I machined the acrylic down to approx 100mm long x 30mm wide.
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I marked out where the vertical support was on the wire form, and filed out a small groove to fit around it.
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I drilled the holes for the switch and mounted it to the acrylic. I just used the long lever switch that I had on the machine, but the standard switch would also work fine. I used the standard switch screws and mounting plate.
At the other end, I used 2x machine screws, washers and lock nuts. I had to drill out the mount a little as these were the smallest screws I had on hand. Smaller diameter machine screws/bolts would be better.
I bent the switch lever to suit, so it always registers, but a slow ball doesn’t get stalled on it.
Works like a champion. Registers every single time. SUPER VENGEANCE!
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Great work ROTO, do you happen to have the dimensions of it?

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#6184 1 year ago

I'm wondering if anybody has this same issue, after the balls are locked in the sanctum area and are released if I don't hit the ball with my upper flipper 90% of the time they will go straight down the middle, are there any adjustments for this? I have my game set fairly steep so it plays fast but just wondering what others are doing

1 year later
#7511 69 days ago

Does anyone know where I could find this decal to cover the sanctum area?

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#7515 68 days ago
Quoted from Daditude:

They are on eBay right now.

I couldn't find them on Ebay.

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