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    Smile Shes done ! Halo moded into warp ( matching ) X-mag

    Actually, that's wrong lol Shes not completely done until i ANO the drop adapters i made from aluminum


















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    Can i still save this first reply post ?

    now take notice to how cool the markers profile is like this ? ( the sighting / aiming ) profile that is
    I think think it awesome

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    That has to be SOO much lighter like that

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    That has to be SOO much lighter like that
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    OMG yes ! I ran with the typical warp set up briefly ,and immediately switched back !
    not so much cuz of weight ,but cuz of the bulkness of it ! ( lets face it ,E-mags are not known for lite-ness)
    It felt like i was running with a three stump & a barrel coming out of it lol
    So ive been tryig to do this ever since
    Been doing this project on & off for like three years now
    Sooo slow that a guy on here beet me to it
    He did a wonderful job btw and his ideas fine tuned my ideas

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    God I want to do this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zondo View Post
    God I want to do this...
    you can do it . Read over this guys thread "TimmyJay"

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...light=halo+mod

    he does a great job giving the fundamental ideas of the mod

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    Here's my Reloader B that I converted last year - Emag in mech/mode only because battery was flat.

    It's really comfortable to shoot resting the hopper on my left wrist and forearm



    Last edited by GEE TEE; 04-24-2013 at 06:47 PM.

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    that is looking really great! nice build!

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    Real props go to my buddy Chris, Owner of Flurry Industries. He made it possible, but I'll take some credit for bringing the post over to AO.

    Nice work! Glad to see more people doing this mod. I am still hopeful that someone will make a custom "blue" insert! Hope in one hand and shot in the other....

    http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/c...el-a4-fly.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyJay View Post
    Real props go to my buddy Chris, Owner of Flurry Industries. He made it possible, but I'll take some credit for bringing the post over to AO.

    Nice work! Glad to see more people doing this mod. I am still hopeful that someone will make a custom "blue" insert! Hope in one hand and shot in the other....

    http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/c...el-a4-fly.html
    Oh yeah ! I remember seeing that thread also ,probably from you posting it on A.O. awhile back
    Yeah i like the way Chris did it all the way up to the Qlaoder 90 *(screech ,put brakes on )
    Then my eye gets blocked by it and im like,.. hmmm needs to be more warp/body-like
    Buts Thats just MHO
    With me this is my order :
    1st reliability
    2nd Functionality
    3rd how cool can i make it look doing all the above ,.........and in that order :^) lol




    Oh an i like the way GEE TEE mod came out , sweet

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    In the first post, are those Kruger ebony Emag grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus View Post
    In the first post, are those Kruger ebony Emag grips?
    Yes they are

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    Very well done sir. I did the same thing on my halo too on my micro emag. First game test this Sunday

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    hmmm... I might have to try this with a 300 rnd Prophecy ..

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    I've been carrying a warp on my mag for ten years, this is something I need to try.
    A proud Canadian EH

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    NICE MINI ! must be" loud "with that little snub-freak tip
    Im curious about one thing thou
    Is anyone else with this set up having trouble with high rates of fire ? ( 17 an above ) with this set up ?
    you know ,the once an awhile ball chop
    I'm thinking it might be the microphone in these ( sound activated ) loaders needing to be closer to my bolt
    Its not the level 10 , cuz if i switch back to typical/vertical feed,....its fine @ 30 bps
    17bps and down ,...its fine

    I dont play @ high rates of fire anyway, but just wondering if you guys have come across this ?
    Nu_

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    Yes, I have. High rates of fire, via RT, Xmod or otherwise, and there seems to be some hiccups. I think the loader isn't going to be able to feed at the same rate when pushing the stack up as it is when the stack is going down.

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    You could try upping the force feed but I've got a feeling it will always feed slower working against gravity. Check the spring tension in the drive cone's working ok as well

    It's worth remembering you need to keep hopper from running empty, otherwise the last few balls get trapped in the feed. They need balls pushing in from below constantly to keep the feed rate going, and maintain drive cone tension between shot strings. This may also contribute to chops. Chris (from flurry) upgraded the hopper using a high output Tamiya motor, which has a better torque rating and could improve performance. The original motor can burn out when converted to warp style. I picked up a couple cheap as spares on ebay but not used them as yet. Most fields I play in UK limit you to 10bps now, so high ROF on this system is never an issue

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tamiya-JR-...item3f22e13229

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    I never had a problem, but I still count my shots like nickels. 5, 10, 15... Seriously I have to budget my shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NU_METAL View Post
    NICE MINI ! must be" loud "with that little snub-freak tip
    Im curious about one thing thou
    Is anyone else with this set up having trouble with high rates of fire ? ( 17 an above ) with this set up ?
    you know ,the once an awhile ball chop
    I'm thinking it might be the microphone in these ( sound activated ) loaders needing to be closer to my bolt
    Its not the level 10 , cuz if i switch back to typical/vertical feed,....its fine @ 30 bps
    17bps and down ,...its fine

    I dont play @ high rates of fire anyway, but just wondering if you guys have come across this ?
    Nu_
    Only chop I had was when I put it in hyper mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyJay View Post
    I never had a problem, but I still count my shots like nickels. 5, 10, 15... Seriously I have to budget my shots.
    I'm not the only one!!!!!!!

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    As for the high torque motor. In the original post on doing this didn't the guy say the factory motor burnt up so he had to go to the high toque motor?

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    Yes he did - hence my link to it above

    Touchwood my own conversion has worked fine so far

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    An RF link from the gun to loader might help a lot. Simon has told me that a Halo would reliably feed at just about any angle, even through a hose from the back of a stock :o

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    Will the rf link work with a emag?

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    i wonder if this would work well with a SCION...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syko89 View Post
    Will the rf link work with a emag?
    It's been so long now, but I wonder if the new emag board p8ntbal4me has will be able to run an rf chip.

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    Question

    Hey Larry, you going to Tunaball ?

    You are in NY so you must be within driving distance.



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    Trying like hell Alan
    timing has been uncanny
    Got surgury around the same time (on or after May 8th )
    , now the rear end granaded in my truck so , its pretty much a day by day thing
    Because you have to register ahead of time ,i would image i wont get to play anyhow :/

    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Hey Larry, you going to Tunaball ?

    You are in NY so you must be within driving distance.



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