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  • The New Brunswick NXT

    Best Pinsetter on the market today

  • #2
    Got more?

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    • #3
      Would like to see more also.

      Setting table, accelerator, pit, ball door, more of distributor, how the motors operate from the front?

      Thanks.

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      • #4
        Any more pics coming?

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        • #5
          Looks like an hybrid between Q-AMF XLI and the GS-X ... I´ve made some research ... But notting founded ... Except the trademark mame for this product Brunswick GS-NXT ...

          We hope to see more pictures soon

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          • #6
            Had some guys from Brunswick in our facility the other day and asked them if they knew anything about these. Only remarks they had were that they have a few centers currently testing them. The plan with them is to get them to centers that are going to be switching from A2's and older GS models before making them the flagship, but will be available some time next year more than likely.

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            • #7
              Looks nice.

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