Originally Posted by ‹GOD›
A 9.6v is a must. A fresh regular 9v will typically last less than a few pods. Unless you want to be putting in a new battery every other game (at best) get a Spyder 9.6v and wall charger.
Turning the safety off is a simple as pushing the botton on back of the frame, the same button is used to change modes. There are two pins on the driver side of the board that must be connected with a basic jumper to allow any modes other than semi. I don't remover the common location of the pins though.
Right. That's how it worked. I remember there being a little cap that you could take off to disable other modes, so I'd imagine that the pins would be kinda obvious (probably no need to go soldering things to the underside).
Again, just check the manual, hopefully this info is in there.