Simple Nerf Modulus Mod

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Introduction: Simple Nerf Modulus Mod

About: I'm all about tech and i love working on PCs. I might even do some DIY projects on here too.

In this 'structible I will be showing a simple mod for the Nerf N-Strike Modulus ecs-10. This mod will help to fix any jamming problems you may have on any flywheel blaster.
PLEASE NOTE: I am not responsible for any damage or harm done to your nerf blaster.

Step 1: What You Will Need

• a roll of duct tape (any color)

• scissors

• nerf modulus blaster

• small tray or something to hold screws

• Philips head screwdriver

Step 2: Take Off the Stock Attachment Point

This is pretty simple, just unscrew the two screws an take it off.

Step 3: Open Up the Blaster

Next, unscrew all of the screws on the blaster. You will also need to unscrew the three on the gray rail. Then take the top half of the blaster off.

Step 4: Detach the Rubber Flywheel Protector

After you unhook the rubber protector, unscrew the four screws on the flywheel cage.

Step 5: Finish It

Flip the flywheel cage over and use the scissors to cut the flywheel protector off.

Step 6: Put the Blaster Back Together

After you've finished putting the blaster back together, cut two small squares of duct tape about the size of a penny and stick them here.
(See picture)
This will help the tactical (tacticool) barrels fit better.

Step 7: You're Finished!

Thank you all for viewing, and I hope that this instructible helps!

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    If you don't fully squeeze the trigger at times that small flap can occasionally catch the dart as it goes by preventing it from reaching the flywheel. Then when you pull the trigger again the next dart hits the back of the first causing a jam.

    basically, nothing good. without it, you can rapid fire it. ( see coop772's video on how to "tactically fingerbang" one on youtube)

    I did this a while ago with my Modulus, pretty much immediately when I got it and before I found this. You can kind of wiggle the rubber out from under the circuit on the bottom of the flywheel cage, you don't have to cut it, but it's easier to cut it if you don't plan on keeping it. Also managed to do this with my newly acquired Regulator but I warn people, it's a lot more difficult to get to it in the Regulator.

    Very handy, though, as it allows Accustrike and Wafflehead darts to be fired much more smoothly. Plus, with the Modulus you don't have to pull the trigger quite as... "all or nothing"-ly. lol

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    i did this before with my rapid red. after that i took out the mechanical locks, and then i painted it. when i get the chance i will post a picture of it. but becuase i stripped the screws i cannot open it up again. i can show you guys that i have took out the rubber thing in there, by opening the jam door and taking a picture there. man, i don't know why they put that in there it just causes jamming problems. it is much better now, and with some lube (lol) you can shoot whistler darts out of it.

    can you make an instructable on putting the demolisher barrel attachment

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    JdogB1

    1 year ago

    Good job on the simpleness! I also got 2 super cheap 3.7v IMR batteries and a charger in combination with 2 AAs and it made it son much faster.

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    I did this before I saw this instructable xD

    I must say, it lives up to its title: simple. That said, it's rather useful. Well done!