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Old 03-05-2012, 12:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ego 5/6 board fit in a eblade frame?

LIke the title says..just wanting to know if it will fit. Looking to get an eblade frame that has no board.
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It should. The eblade boards fit into the 05/06 ego frames with little issue. So the ego board should fit fine. Look up the process for making a star frame/ego frame fit a cocker...that should help and give you a better idea as well. I know there is something on CC about the process. If I can find it I will post it
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It should. The eblade boards fit into the 05/06 ego frames with little issue. So the ego board should fit fine. Look up the process for making a star frame/ego frame fit a cocker...that should help and give you a better idea as well. I know there is something on CC about the process. If I can find it I will post it
Cool thank you...Im just wanting to eblade my pump so im only looking for the frame with no pneumatics
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Why not just get an e1 board for cheap and you don't have to worry about fitment?
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Cause I already have a 06 ego board. just trying to go cheap as possible. Dont the e1s eat batteries like crazy though?
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I have heard that but have yet to use the couple I have...swapped all mine to e2/zerob. That is also with have two solenoids hooked up to it as well. So maybe working one less will make a lot of difference
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So the ego board will just trip the clapper noid correct?
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The ego board likely wont push enough juice to power the clapper reliably. The reason eblade boards are hard on batteries is because that noid takes quite a bit of power to get working right.
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The ego board likely wont push enough juice to power the clapper reliably. The reason eblade boards are hard on batteries is because that noid takes quite a bit of power to get working right.
dang it...is there anyway to boost the power? Also will e1 boards fit into e2 frames?
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Unsure about the first question. But yes an e1 board will fit into an e2 frame, as well as, the other way around
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