(Topic ID: 248218)

Welcome To The Jurassic Park Prem/LE Club!!

By EightBallTexas

11 months ago

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“What is the first MOD you will buy??”

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Post #622 KME posts on TREX adjustments. Posted by sk8ball (9 months ago)

Post #885 More info on aligning the TREX. Posted by pickleric (9 months ago)

Post #1396 Shooter fix Posted by Chambahz (9 months ago)

Post #1619 read before dismantling the raptor Posted by timlah79 (8 months ago)

Post #1830 KME gives info on how to adjust the T-Rex. Posted by sk8ball (8 months ago)

Post #2358 TREX Adjustment info Posted by imagamejunky (8 months ago)

Post #2625 Adjusting the raptor pit. Posted by yancy (8 months ago)

Post #2994 How to Remove TREX Head and also fix Jaw Screw that came out/loose Posted by f3honda4me (7 months ago)

Post #3326 Amber Bonus rules and details Posted by fooflighter (7 months ago)

Post #3417 Fix for Orbit optical sensors not registering shots Posted by caker137 (7 months ago)

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#2574 8 months ago

I've been lurking on pinside for a while, but this pin caused me to finally get an account and start interacting here. I got LE #36 and have been enjoying it every chance I get. It's the most fun I've had playing pinball, no question about it. I have it at a bit of a mean pitch, and the tilt is what I believe to be at a challenging setting but still fair. I stayed up all night last week and got a nice score. I love this game!!

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#2576 8 months ago

I'm in the U.S.

1 week later
#2816 7 months ago

Ran into the coil stop rivet blowout. Just ordered a ton of backups, but plundered my Munsters for the moment to keep Jurassic Park up and running. I also ordered a couple different types of flipper rubbers to try out, as the soft red ones included are degrading. Probably coming up on a thousand plays soon, so overall everything seems to be holding up well otherwise. New pinballs from the Ball Baron also really make a nice difference. Can't get enough of this game!

#2847 7 months ago
Quoted from jacksparrow0112:

Apologies for the noob question here, but can someone explain the benefits of upgrading the actual pinballs? Does this somehow impact gameplay? Do different aftermarket balls hold up better over time (e.g. reduced finish scratching/denting)? Are they weighted differently? I have seen multiple people mention this before and thought I would ask the question here. Thanks!

I was skeptical when ordering them, but they weren't expensive, so I thought I'd try them. I notice smoother shots and combos, less airballs, and more accuracy and speed. I have switched them out on four games now. The difference is palpable, and it is my new standard.

#2925 7 months ago

Had a couple good billion point games before work yesterday. I keep learning new things about this game. The only real complaint I have is when I'm rocking a multiball, getting all the shots, and the game loses track of number of balls, thus ending my ball when I still have one or two balls in play. I'm sure it will be fixed in a code update.

On another note, what do you guys find to be the most difficult aspect of this game? I can blow up the multiballs and get super jackpots, but getting four dinos is proving tough.

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#3775 6 months ago

Anyone have suggestions on tightening the posts which have screws covered by the bracket or whatever which holds the coil? I'd prefer to not have to unscrew something directly screwed into the playfield on a regular basis. I suppose there might be some super tiny pliers out there to squeeze into the tiny space and grab the nut while turning the screw from above the playfield.

#3784 6 months ago
Quoted from AUKraut:

A real thin open end wrench will fit under the flipper base plate to hold the locknut there while you tighten the screw from above the playfield.

This is a good idea, thank you.

2 weeks later
#4093 6 months ago
Quoted from Chappie101:

I had Titans on the flippers but felt they were a little too "bouncy" so I've put on Perfect Play rubbers on the flippers, so far I'm liking them they are not as bouncy as the Titans and seem to give a little more control, but as they say each to their own

I also put the perfect play ones on my flippers. They have great bounce and control. This game is so good, I am playing it every chance I get.

1 month later
#4684 4 months ago

I was also wondering about any bugs people may have noticed. I have mine in a bar and it's very popular, so I don't want to annoy players with any issues. I saw a couple people mention the skill shot not hitting. Anything else worth noting?

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