G2-E2B

1)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Gather your materials.
1 – 2x Pilot G2’s
2 – Sandpaper
3 – Cutting Tool/Wire Snips
4 – Packing Tape (or any other tape)
5 – Rubber Mallet (or any other means of soft pounding)

Not pictured and optional: Super Glue

2)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Dismantle the 2 Pilot G2’s and keep what is on the right and discard what is on the left.

3)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Empty and cut the inktube as shown. Discard the pieces that have an X over them. Cut the two front pieces as shown (acctually, to make things simple, both are cut right on that line that is on the front piece in the middle of where the grip used to be. the second one should be cut so that it is the same length as the threads). Discard the pieces that have an X over them.

4)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Gently pound the cut end of the shorter front piece into one of the back pieces all the way. If you are too vigorous, there is a slight chance that you may crack the barrel.

5)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Screw on the other back piece and make sure nothing is rattling or wrong.

6)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Roll just enough tape around each of the halves of the inktube so that it fits snuggly into the end of the back piece. Remove the bits of tape that hang over the edge.

7)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Insert the taped inktube halves into each end of the back pieces and cut off enough so that the cut front pieces will slide on and none will show in the round part of the tip. Use the picture for measurement reference.

8)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Slide the grips all the way on the cut front pieces.

9)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Push the cut front piece/grip combination all the way onto the back piece/taped inktube combination. Apply glue wherever necessary, if necessary.

10)

Reduced: 66% of original size [ 1024 x 768 ] – Click to view full image


Congrats! You have just made a G2-E2B

Advertisements

17 Responses to G2-E2B

  1. HakitoCZ says:

    Thank you, nice web!! I’ll make this pen – G2 mod ^_^

  2. dPr0PenS says:

    i cant see the whole pic…..how will ikonw how to do it

    • Nek says:

      That should be enough , but if u wanna see the picture bigger go to universal spinning board (sorry for my english)

  3. dPr0PenS says:

    thx i hav d pen alredy….its a bit light XB

  4. noobsniper says:

    i seriously need help
    how can i cut the pen?
    i tried to use a knife but i fail
    seriously , i need help

    • Nek says:

      make a deep cut in the pen with a knife (just one cut) and break it (the maker of this mod ,guitrum, told me this)

    • Tab says:

      Last night I tried to cut the ink tube with a box cutter and gashed my pointer finger To the point I had to go to the hospital to get stitches DO NOT USE ANYTHING OTHER THAN SCISORS ON THIS. Score the plastic with the scisors then break the plastic off

  5. halp says:

    I cant get the black back part off… how do you do it

    • Nek says:

      take a piece of packageing tape and lay it horizontal , then take take your g2 and lay it horizontal on the tape ( only the back part otherwise it wont work) wrap the tape around the back part and pull like this : —->

  6. Johnny says:

    thanks

  7. Johnny says:

    how to make G2-E2B heavier

  8. TImo says:

    i dont get it

  9. looooooooog says:

    hazza somebody that pennspins in 2011!!!

  10. looooooooog says:

    can anybody tell me how to mod g2s other then this one?

  11. rhobert says:

    do we have in philippines

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: