Are you into tweaking and upgrading your guns? Are you a tech looking for a cost-effective alternative to protect your gun? Tired of trying to choose between units named after virtually every letter of the alphabet, food or fictitious magical characters? Worry no more! Introducing my line of budget-minded MOSFETs! These little guys come in about the size of a US nickel and are capable of taking virtually anything you can throw at them! From stock guns to SSGs, DMRs to DSGs, you name it. I have been making these for the past few years now and have personally put them in: - 600 FPS SCAR H - 570 FPS SR25 DMR - 40 RPS, 400 FPS SSG - 37 RPS, 400 FPS SSG - 30RPS 440 FPS SSG - 25 RPS 390 FPS SSG - 47 RPS 400 FPS DSG - about a dozen or so other customer builds. As of recent my design has undergone a few changes and I requested feedback from the Community. Here are their comments: @andrewdo7 : "I had a chance to take it out this weekend and see how it performs in a field situation. Honestly I believe that this is a very good mosfet. For being custom made, it performs just as well as burstwizards or any of the other basic mosfets. It does its job, and does it well....the install was very simple, anyone with basic electrical knowledge can install it in 10 minutes." @BOA_SP3CT3R : "Danerd, your FET is quite nice. I’ll try to get a review up soon. I love the wire routing... I was going to do a 14tpa+13:1+14.8 setup to give it a good test, but...the Star Wei didn’t like that. There were massive sparks. But the FET holds up to a 14.8v" @fred_ditto : "Just got my FET today. I'm going to compare this to the Z-FET, since I reviewed one of those too. I like the packaging. While different from the Z-FET, it's on par with it. The bag it comes in, with a written list of contents, is nice. The instructions, though basic, are nice, which, while I personally don't need them, are a nice touch that the Z-FET didn't include. The wire is silicone- insulated 16 and 26 AWG, and seems to be similar to the wire I used when I made my own FETs (which I don't think I will be doing anymore). The FET itself is similar in size to the Z-FET. I don't remember if Antizombie included this too, but Danerd included a female Deans plug for a battery. Nice little touch...." A few little things have changed since the beta testing: - switched to a thinner 16awg wire after getting numerous comments that the previous wire was a tad thicker than desired. - re-routed wiring to a different scheme to cut down on size - color coded wiring for each model The final models are available in two main schemes: The Jango Model is your basic unit. Much like it namesake, it has everything you need and nothing you dont. Its cool, sleek, can take a beating and is ideal for practically any situation. The Bobba Model has a few more tricks and features. These guys are a your drop-in units. they come in both front and rear wired V2 and V3 setups. These will be released in the coming weeks as I work out final schemes for each. If you've read this far by now, I congratulate you. You may be wondering what price these guys come at? Well, A JangoFET will run $20 USD shipped CONUS, $26 to Canada. A BobbaFET will run $30 USD shipped CONUS, $37 to Canada Live outside the US and Canada? I do offer International Shipping! PM me if interested and I'll get you quotes. Im also offering my Tech services for those interested. Ive dabbled in pretty much every build out there; DMRs, SSGs, DSGs and the such. If you want/need work, PM me.