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post #1751 of 2273
Do whatever. If original feet feel good, leave them on until experience starts to degrade.
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post #1752 of 2273
My G502 feet didt wear down in 2 years of use... I also dont expect anything less from my G900.
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Does anyone know the weight without the battery? Is there any guide how to do it ?
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How many hotline games skates did you buy?
They're very cheap, so you should have bought at least 2 packs (4 sets) which should set you back $10 dollars.
Frankly I'd just swap the feet anyway, since you did pay for it, and the glide improvement will depend on what pad you are using.

Metal pads (like the Razer Exactmat)) will be no difference. The stock feet will actually glide better than the Hotline Games F4 feet, until they get worn in, on the Exactmat. On cloth pads, the hotline games feet should glide better even when brand new.

When applying hotline games feet, take your time when removing the old feet and FULLY clean the surface of all the gunk. All of it. Even if it takes awhile. When you apply the hotline games feet, make sure you apply even and firm pressure everywhere there is surface area (don't press over the screw holes too hard though, you don't want a hole depression), but it's very important to make sure there is full contact. If you do it wrong, the feet will have a convex like curve, almost as if an air pocket is under the feet. This can create an even smoother glide, but this raises the LOD also, which can cause issues and loss of sensor precision.
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post #1755 of 2273
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Does anyone know the weight without the battery? Is there any guide how to do it ?

There's a picture guide on removing the battery somewhere here.
Weight without battery is around 85g-92g. I forgot exactly. Most people who removed the battery said that the mouse becomes front heavy You can usually remedy this by attaching a few superglued nickels to the back of the mouse and securing it with something (preferably not glue though), which will add some weight back, but will help balance things while still being lighter than the battery.

Some people just put the battery back in because top heavy was too awkward for them. But some don't mind it.
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Thanks for the help ill give it ago when i get some stuff to clean the gunk off properly, i usually use like an orange citrus wipe for sticky stuff but is there anything else you'd recommend?
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Alcohol.
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post #1758 of 2273
there's stuff specifically for it, just google glue remover or something. try to make sure that it won't dissolve plastic as well
it's cheap so it can't hurt to just get a small bottle of it. lasts forever since you need only a tiny amount
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Quote:
Originally Posted by muso View Post

Does anyone know the weight without the battery? Is there any guide how to do it ?

Here's a post I made with some extra tips for removing the battery, a link to qsxcv's original disassembly thread, and a picture with my solution for balancing the weight. I simply used double sided tape and everything is still firmly in place internally a month later.
Edited by VolsAndJezuz - 6/27/16 at 6:31am
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Would it be safe to say that if I wasn't very comfy with the g402 then I probably wouldn't enjoy the feel of this one? Or are they more different than I think?
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