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(Topic ID: 115118)

TWD outlanes fix without drilling for a post


By Crrispy

5 years ago



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#28 5 years ago
Quoted from beefzap:

My TWD Pro does not have any unusual issues with too many balls going down the outlanes. No more than any of my other pinball machines. Is this an issue with the LE only?

No, it is an issue with guys who don't know how to nudge and think that a challenging design is one that needs to be "fixed".

#52 5 years ago

Seriously guys, the outlanes on TWD are not that bad. Of the recent Sterns, Transformers, Tron,Metallica's left side, Avatar's left side, AC/DC's right side are all worse. Try Tommy, Lost World,Aztec, etc. Then you will change your perception of TWD.

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