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Upgrading the motor and controller on an old vintage game

TUDOR - Doug

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We call this cord cutting.  If your old board could use some help, or has stopped working, try adding a Field Drive Motion Generator and PlayAction Remote Control to the old board. Just peel off the adhesive backing and stick the motor in the opposite end zone from the old plug-in motor. Add two batteries, plug the Remote into the Motor and let 'er rip. You can remove the motor and reposition it until you get the performance you're looking for. Then get out some side cutters and cut that cord! If you like the plug in variety, buy our Ultimate Game's accessories and do the same thing.

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