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Thread: E-cocker frames and differences!!

  1. #11
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    PMS goes here
    Last edited by k.macocker; 12-11-2007 at 11:52 AM.

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    System-X Xonix Frame

    -Copy of the Original eblade with board upgrades and extra milling. No debounce filters but more firing modes, full-auto, 3 rd burst.
    -Open bottom front noid cover


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    PBX goes here..

    UT, feel free to post some pics and thoughts in this spot...
    Kmac

    [UThomas]
    The PBX frame has a timmy style trigger pushing on a 25g microswitch. Since there is no solenoid issues with the MQ valve (its MQ only), they could fit a much smaller board run off a 9volt and even implement wrap around 45 grips (awesome). It also supports beam break or reflective eyes. On this one, they used beam break eyes that are very similar to Racegun's in the way that the eye covers hold down dual delrin detents and springs. As far as interface goes, it uses a very eblade like green LED screen and three button interface. Here is a link to the frame manual put out be the original inventor: http://www.kajohnson.com/files/frameman.pdf.

    PBX Board


    PBX Display


    Beam break eye


    PBX Frame on PBX autorocker compared to Racegun halfblock
    Last edited by UThomas; 12-12-2007 at 12:43 AM.

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