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Ihop
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As I ordered new replacement gimmicks for Cinch, (those little m******), I thought why not order a large one for use in the Extreme Burn 2.0
I just received it and will be preparing a new gimmick with the large m****** this weekend. It is quite strong but I just hope it is heavy enough. Has anyone tried this yet?
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Extreme burn doesn't use the same gimmick...
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On 2012-04-20 00:38, Trooper11040 wrote:
Extreme burn doesn't use the same gimmick...

You're right Extreme Burn 2.0 does not use the same gimmmick. It uses a different gimmick.
That is why I posted the question if anyone has ever used a large 1.0" x 1/32" version of the Cinch gimmick to replace the one that comes with EB 2.0.

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Extreme burn doesn't use the same gimmick...
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On 2012-04-27 20:25, Dacodakid wrote:
Extreme burn doesn't use the same gimmick...


Sigh!
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How would a large you know what be used with paper money ? I am very confused.
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On 2012-05-06 20:51, Denis Bastible wrote:
How would a large you know what be used with paper money ? I am very confused.

It is explained in the EB 2.0 DVD in the Bonus section.
He explains how to finish clean and handout the changed bills for examination.
Saunders has a few methods of finishing clean. One of them is using a large you know what in your gimmick.

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Missed that, sorry.
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I would imagine that it would work well. I use the gimmick supplied with Extreme Burn, but I have a friend who lost his gimmick, and made up another set using a penny, and it works great. If the "you know what" weighs more than a penny, I would think that you would be just fine.
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On 2012-05-08 18:35, Aaron Smith Magic wrote:
I would imagine that it would work well. I use the gimmick supplied with Extreme Burn, but I have a friend who lost his gimmick, and made up another set using a penny, and it works great. If the "you know what" weighs more than a penny, I would think that you would be just fine.

I bought different size discs for different tricks. (Tool, Cinch).
I got 2 that are 1" x 1/32" and Grade N42.
Larger diameter than a penny but thinner. I'm not sure about the weight. Pretty close but I'll compare them for sure when I'm ready for a new one.

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With EB2all you need is a piece of ferromagnetic metal shim, as close to the weight go the original gimmick. Your holdout would be magnetic.

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On 2012-06-01 17:53, J-Mac wrote:
With EB2all you need is a piece of ferromagnetic metal shim, as close to the weight go the original gimmick. Your holdout would be magnetic.

Jim


You're right!
You may have a little more flexibility if you had the magnetic piece in your EB2 instead of the ferromagnetic metal shim. Then your holdout doesn't have to be magnetic. It can be any ferro metal (OR a magnet as well). K&J sells the neo magnets in various weights, strengths & shapes. And they are fairly inexpensive.

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True, but the problem I see with a non-magnetic holdout is that any item you wish to hold out must then be magnetic itself! I much prefer to use a magnetic holdout and then I can vanish/produce steel core coins, color changing knives, etc.

But hey - whatever works best for you!

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Curious if Extreme Burn works with international currency, more specifically Japanese currency? Sorry if this is off topic.
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On 2012-07-17 11:07, Kane Mouri wrote:
Curious if Extreme Burn works with international currency, more specifically Japanese currency? Sorry if this is off topic.


As long as the denominations are the same size and similar color.
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Color doesn’t matter. Actually, the more different the color, the better!

Size does matter with this, however.

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If I'm not mistaken, japanese bills come in different sizes depending on denomination. I would assume the easiest presentation would be changing of slips of paper into currency.
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Why do you want a magnetized gimmick?
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On 2012-07-24 09:04, Al Angello wrote:
Why do you want a magnetized gimmick?


---Repeated from my previous post---
In the EB 2.0 DVD in the Bonus section.
He explains how to finish clean and handout the changed bills for examination.
Saunders has a few methods of finishing clean. You may have a little more flexibility if you had the magnetic piece in your EB2 instead of the ferromagnetic metal shim.
Then your holdout doesn't have to be magnetic. It can be any ferro metal (OR a magnet as well). If your holdout is also magnetic, the attraction of the 2 magnets is stronger and more dependable.

The "First Hand" wallet in my back pocket is an excellent holdout.
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I'll watch the DVD again because I don't really understand what you are talking about.

Posted: Jul 24, 2012 7:13pm
Are you talking about the Culpepper ditch?
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