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Gate TITAN + ICS MK3 (V2 Split Gearbox) - Safety Lever Problem


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#1 Crypt

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:15 AM

Good Day!

I just finished installing and testing functions of my Gate TITAN Mosfet.  Every function works perfectly, light reads are picking up the Selector Plate, Gear and Trigger perfectly..  but I have run into an issue regarding putting the gearbox back together, hoping anyone has an idea or two to spare my way!

FYI, I am running an ICS PAR MK3 CQB (V2 Split Gearbox).

 

Stock Safety Lever Position:

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The MOSFET has a 4 pin plug for the upper half right near the trigger, it is directly in the way of where the lever has to go, it will not fit in that location and no way to move it.

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Any ideas as to what I can do to remedy this? Is the gun able to operate fine without it installed?  

Thanks ahead of time!

 

 

Edit:  I am only checking due to ICS having a few of their custom situations with the gearbox, spring tension relief and the like.


Edited by Crypt, 16 February 2017 - 02:24 AM.

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#2 Guges Mk3

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 08:44 AM

Sadly you will be the trail blazer here.

 

ICS mechboxes are one off.  The Gate unit is designed for "standard" TM Type mechboxes.

 

You may need to start removing material in the shell.


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#3 Crypt

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 01:55 PM

Not a problem in the least! I couldn't seem to catch much sleep so I went ahead and did some modifications last night. I will honestly be posting up a How To regarding this, as it is anything but a drop in regarding the ICS box.

For this situation, I checked on the functions of the lever, as well as how the spring release works and have concluded that there should be no need to have it be required. Due to the nature of the Mosfet it doesn't require a trigger lock to prevent the trigger from firing. as long as you adjust all of the reflector material for the light sensors and properly tune it.

Will keep an update going on this post and eventually put up a How To.
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#4 airborne101

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 05:57 PM

Check the instructions if it came with any, but you are going to have to remove that safety bar. The Gate Titan copies the board of the BTC Spectre pretty closely and the safety bar has to be removed to install that too. 

 

Removing it wont cause any problems, however the side effect from doing so means that your trigger is no longer mechanically blocked in safe. You can still pull it and it would move like when the selector is in one of the fire modes. The Gate picks up the position of the selector plate (I'm guessing there are 2 small switches on the back like the Spectre). When the selector plate is in safe, neither of the switches are engaged, preventing the gun from firing. 


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