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I call this element Two Ball Flipper because when the second ball goes in, the balls flip over each other. Note: A ball must come in the top entrance track, and then another ball must come in the lower entrance track for the element to work properly.

Here is the parts list:

Rods:

Green: 68

White: 6

Blue: 38

Yellow: 33

Red: 50

Gray: 14

TOTAL RODS: 209

Connectors:

Dark Gray: 16

Orange: 24

Red: 22

Green: 10

Purple: 60

Yellow: 46

Blue: 12

TOTAL CONNECTORS: 190

Other:

Blue Spacer: 60

Gray Spacer: 36

Tan Clip: 2

Y-clip: 10

Large Wheel: 2

Medium Tire: 3

Large Triangular Panel: 4

TOTAL OTHER: 117

GRAND TOTAL: 516

Step 1: The Base

Step 2: Side #1

Step 3: The Mechanism

Step 4: The Entrance Tracks

Step 5: Side #2

Awesome element! Subscribed.
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cool:)
<p>Thanks!</p>
wow thanks for following me!
looks nice! I like multi ball elements a lot :). Is it possible to remodel the final track, so the element has fewer height loss?
<p>I'm not sure. Feel free to try it yourself and make your own version :)</p>
<p>Can you post a video? i don't really understand what it does...</p>
<p>There is a video posted at the end of the parts list. </p>
<p>Looks good!</p>
<p>Thanks :) </p>

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