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Thread: MONSTER GUTS EXCLUSIVE - Monster In-A-Box 2.0 - Build Tutorial

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    Emailed you info on as to how to fix this issue.

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    Oh yes.. I'm going to build one of those.
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    But do you post to the UK.

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    Yup, we do!

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    Great!! Thanks..

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    I am totally going to build this. Here is my 1 concern. I will buy all the parts needed from you. I do have a air compressor that I use for finishing nails or blowing up tires. So my question is since I never used any air compression before on a prop like this. How do I hook it up and where? Thanks

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    Could you also show a picture of the back of the box complete and what did you do for audio?

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    Can you post pics and/or detailed instructions on how you wired the prop controllers etc? I'm trying to make the prop for this year.

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    Hi I don't know if anyone has mentioned that it's a good idea to put a diode on the solenoid to save the relay on the sealed solenoid types which have no led on them which uses up the residual current from the electro magnet which can burn out relays.so you put the diode as close to the solenoid as possible. Bridging the pos + and negative - with the diode ring the positive side and then insulate it( I use a hot glue gun to do this so it solid). This can apply to any pneumatic prop.
    Last edited by Hitman2zo; 08-06-2018 at 04:49 PM.
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    Hi beefandgravy. Look at some of my builds and it shows how I put together a 2-way 5 port solenoid. And yes a small compressor will cope with that prop. It's only a small cylinder with not a lot of weight. But if you want to increase the capacity make a expansion tank out of a gas bottle. I have some pictures in my albums of one I made.
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