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    Intelliframe to Rev Linkage, AGD Picture Story How Too>>>

    Guys,

    You have all been wanting to know exactly how to hook the Intelliframe to the Rev. Here is what we have so far in the picture story. This is not complete with text descriptions but we just wanted to get the pics up here and get your feedback. We are interested to know if this level of detail is too much, just right or not enough.

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    If your circuit board does not have a reglator but looks like the one on the right then follow the next steps










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    looking awesome tom.... although im an e-mag user i still think the frames are the best in the world
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    Its really well done. you could do it without any text because of the detail of the pics.

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    haha this is swet good job.. so anyone lese done it? hows it work?
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    I think this should be a classic so we don't have to search for it once we have a rev and intelliframe. now all i need is a 12v revolution

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    i just ripped apart my revy .. played aroudn with sum wires and tryed it out.. .. in stead of cutting the red wire though i took the bottom plate off my revy and attached it under there.. that way i didn't have to worry about altering any part of the stock revy so it is all fixable..

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    Looks great.

    The only thing is it isn't very clear if you're cutting the red wire or just removing some insulation. You can tell from the next picture but its always better not to have people complain to you when they screw up their stuff

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    Good work AGD

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    TOM,
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    Great detail, no need for words! Also like the custom form revo for warp hose. How did you do that?

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    Tom how about one for the E-mag to hopper power on the revo/T-rev. That would be great!! Thanks Hills

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    where did the molded for warp loader come from! I want!

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    I thought everyone had a Revy. Guess not. I just barely got mine and it's pretty sweet.

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    Wow, that was great. Definitely should go in the historic forum.

    One question - where do you split the signal if you are hooking up a revvy AND a warp?

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    looks good, i could even follow those instructions!

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    ooo - this will definately be on toms tech tips or another resource page when i get a spare minute!

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    Great work Tom!

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    Talking Very Very Nice!

    Great pics... great coverage of the steps.

    Top notch.

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    AWESOME job TOM! I won't even use this mod, since I'm getting an E-mag, but I went through the whole thing, just because it was so good! Top quality, great job.

    Hey Webbie or someone who has time (I have classes real soon), maybe try putting all the images together, or grouping them together on larger pictures?
    That way this can be distributed more easily.
    ..Or group them to make a printer friendly version, so people can just print it out and not have to come to this website when they're doing it?
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Great job AGD!!!!
    Very comprehensive.
    Coming Soon:
    Who knows anymore...

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    Thumbs up

    Tom,

    Great job. Detail is sufficient enough to let anyone make this mod. I would like to suggest you take this to the next level. Add the appropriate words and create a PDF document, then add this to the AGD website and make it available for download under the manuals section. Of course I would like to see the same thing for the Intelliframe to Warp mod as well.

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    damn it, i just measured the insides of my cocker trigger frame. that black roller sear thing won't fit .

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