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« on: March 26, 2015, 02:53:10 pm »

Before we get into the mod, I have some warnings: First, it's been a couple years since I've written a writeup, so it might be a little shaky. Second, I modded this blaster over a month ago, adding to the shakiness. Finally, I didn't plan on doing a writeup when I began modding the blaster, so I have a slight lack of pictures. All in all, this writeup might be shaky.

Materials:
Nerf Rayven (duh)
Wire (I prefer speaker wire, even though I didn't use it on this blaster)
Solder
Soldering iron
9 volt battery tray or 9 volt battery clip
Dremel
Hot glue
Hot glue gun
Anything that might help while modding.


Step one: Removing the wires

When I began to rewire the blaster, the idiotic wiring confused me, so I cut all of the wires out and decided to wire it how I wanted to. You can remove any locks completely, with the exception of the second trigger than turns the flywheels on. After removing the wires, the baster should look something like this:



Once all of the unnecessary wires are removed, there should only be four wires left on the blaster: Two wires leading to the motors, and two wires leading to the trigger switch.

Step two: Wiring the switch

Wire one motor wire to the trigger switch, using solder. I believe the wire nearer the front of the blaster is the positive wire, but I'm not certain (I replaced the wire with a blue wire, so don't go by my colors).



Step three: Wiring the battery tray

Take the wire coming from the trigger switch and solder it to the positive half of your battery tray or battery clip. Take the other motor wire and solder it to the negative side of your battery tray or battery clip. It should look like this (ignore the terrible soldering job, this was after I did 40 solders for my science project):



Step four: Running your wires

It might be necessary to dremel out areas in order to run your wires without them getting in the way of your clip, depending of the gauge of your wire. I had to dremel some of the shell away. If you're using a battery tray instead of a clip, you will have to cut a hole in your shell for the tray to fit. After running your wires and cutting your hole, hot glue the wires in place and hot glue your battery tray in place.





Step five: Putting it back together

You're done! The finished internals should look something like this:




I have no clue what the ranges are because it's cold outside, but it shoots pretty hard for a flywheel blaster. Also, my photobucket was being a pain, the pictures aren't quite how I want them to look. Questions? Comments? Flames? Did I forgot anything that goes in a writeup?
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