89Sabers Graflex Master Chassis
This chassis design features a nice see through Crystal Chamber with a spinning part opposing the Crystal.
The 18650 battery is wired since the 89Sabers hilt won't allow enough space for both a Crystal Chamber and Removable Battery. This chassis thus uses a recharge port and kill key.
– 3 x 4mmOD tubes with 50mm length
– 3 x 1.5mmOD rods with 85mm length
– 8 x 2mmODx2mm Magnets
– 8 x 2mmODx1mm Magnet
GOTH-3Designs cannot be held responsible for any mistakes made by DIYers during their install. You must have a good understanding of what you’re doing, of the components used and the safety measures associated to them. Always wear protective gear when working on install (gloves, eye protection, …), GOTH-3Designs cannot be held responsible in case of accident.
Always use the smallest wires to make your install easier. There can be big differences between one wire type and another for the same AWG specs. PTFE Wires with the smallest OD are recommended such as those sold at The Saber Armory. A good wire management is also required, routing wires properly helps a lot saving space.
These instructions will not cover how to wire the soundboard, make sure to learn how to by reading the manual. Always test your install along the way! Verifying that everything works after important steps is better than having to dismount everything because something wasn’t wired properly.
Chapter 1 – Chassis Prep
Step 2 – Cut the rods and tubes (refer to the tab under part list for details)
Step 3 – Test the chassis assembly.
The highlighted rods below help keeping a proper chassis alignment.
(they can be easily bent to match or they can be removed in which case the installer must make sure the chassis is well straight when installing it).
Chapter 2 – Chassis Install
Step 8 – Glue the spinning insert on the motor (careful to glue only the motor stem).
Step 9 – proper wires management in important in order to make sure the motor don’t get caught in wires. Here is the wires channel:
The wires then exit through the holes / tubes under the motor