to put an e-blade on a blazer requires several custom parts and quite a bit of modification to the body. the parts include the e-blade frame and noids themselves, a new front block, a custom made switch manifold done per gun, 1 standard QEV and one custom QEV with 2 barbs, hammer and custom lug, Nelson springs, high flow valve, and Nelson back cap and adjuster. the modification to the body includes modifying air passages and drilling a lug adjustment hole.
i did several conversions to BZ's while i was employed there and each had it's own issues. last i checked the custom parts craig had to do the conversions were running low or were gone completely so they would have to be re-made which takes a lot of time for machine programming and ties up machines that could be used for other needed parts. if i remember, the conversions cost $400- $500 including frames we had to source and purchase since they are no longer made and that was still barely making profit.
to my knowledge there are fewer than 20 e-blazers in existence