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Old 04-28-2013, 02:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Here's my thought, if Brad can work out doing a PMR conversion on an LED, then can this pump conversion be put on an LED? Should be able to right, once the battery is gone.
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:38 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Here's my thought, if Brad can work out doing a PMR conversion on an LED, then can this pump conversion be put on an LED? Should be able to right, once the battery is gone.
yes.

but he told me he wouldnt offer it as a service....

so either i get to do it.... UGH
orrrrrrrrrrrr somebody else has to
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Yeah, not to worried about doing it, pretty sure I can install it on my own.
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Old 04-30-2013, 03:09 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Its a fairly straightforward design, the board is cut shorter to fit in the back, not the front . So as long as the internals are not going past the back 4 inches then you are in luck. I would offer this mod but I am so out of the pb scene as far as playing is concerned that I cannot test these guns after the mod is done. That is sketch to me. LMK if there is anything I can do to assist you guys.
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Its a fairly straightforward design, the board is cut shorter to fit in the back, not the front . So as long as the internals are not going past the back 4 inches then you are in luck. I would offer this mod but I am so out of the pb scene as far as playing is concerned that I cannot test these guns after the mod is done. That is sketch to me. LMK if there is anything I can do to assist you guys.
OH SWEEEET

i assumed the board sat further up

let me shove a board in my led and see whats up
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Old 04-30-2013, 07:32 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I was just in the shop looking at my LED before I read your response Brad. I was thinking how nice and clean looking the PM7 board looks mounted in a LCD frame though. And the fact that you can still use the stock buttons to turn it on and off and such. Then I started staring at a blank LCD frame. I think I'm going to try and throw it into the mill and give it the gas through holes like on the LED and mount the PM7 board in that.
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I was just in the shop looking at my LED before I read your response Brad. I was thinking how nice and clean looking the PM7 board looks mounted in a LCD frame though. And the fact that you can still use the stock buttons to turn it on and off and such. Then I started staring at a blank LCD frame. I think I'm going to try and throw it into the mill and give it the gas through holes like on the LED and mount the PM7 board in that.
i was looking at the gas holes in my led frame...
would it be possible to use like an ion banjo or qev fitting, mill the frame back, drill the body for a threaded hole, bam!
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Check out this thread, Doc's Angel LED

There might be some useful stuff in there for you guys to kick around.
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:39 AM   #19 (permalink)
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i was looking at the gas holes in my led frame...
would it be possible to use like an ion banjo or qev fitting, mill the frame back, drill the body for a threaded hole, bam!
It probably would be possible. I saw a led on nation that I was just trying to buy to see in person how it was modded. Looked like the gas through hole on the frame was tapped and a 90 street fitting was put in and then a mini-cocker Asa threaded into that.
Doc's project looks great, but that's a lot more work than what I want to put into it. The stock LCD frame is just like the led's, just missing the gas through. Two holes, then counterbored, bam done. Already have the pm7 board mounted in the frame. No need to drill new mounting holes, new gas through a in the body and such. Only difference of course is the inside of the frame, lot less meat on the LCD. Thought of milling out the led frame to fit the board and battery, but again, that's a lot more involved.
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