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Good afternoon, i currently have a Tudor 9082 game which my motos is install at the 50 yard line (as suggted and as shown on the book but i look like to add a 2nd motor underneath to increase the vibration of the field. Where do you suggest me to put it to maximise the vibration on it?.

 

Any help will be very appreciated, regards,

 

Ben from MTL, Canada

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Benoit,  No Dave provided the followwng in another in another topic:  

 "As with all boards, motor placement is important. The old rules of "measure twice and cut once" applies, though in a different way. Before you attach the motor to the underside of the board, just add the batteries, and let the motor run of top of the board. Try it out in a few different spots. 

Best experience has shown that a motor will work best under one of the two "50's" on the field, that is, midfield, but not center of the field. 

The old games used a corner of the end zone, and that still seems to be a good place." 

I took his advice and ran my two motors on top of the board before attaching them to the underside of my field (48"x24").  I ended up placing them at opposite corners  of the board.  Hope this helps. 

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