NERF Blaster 4-Stroke Gas Engine
Peter Sripol wanted to take Nerf blasters to the next level, and in an unconventional way. So, he acquired a Nerf Elite 2.0 Turbine CS-18 motorized blaster, removed its standard electric motors and then replaced them with a Toyan 4-stroke engine designed for remote-controlled toys. Aside from sourcing the precision metallic adapters, the entire process wasn’t too much trouble, but the result is definitely worth checking out, especially with its customized gearbox. Read more for a video and additional information.



Unfortunately, there was no easy way to mask its loud sounds nor engine exhaust. On the bright side, you’ll be able to fire a 30-round magazine in mere seconds with this setup. Should you decide to go through the trouble of building one yourself, make sure to use it outside or in a well-ventilated space.

NERF Elite 2.0 Echo CS-10 Blaster -- 24 Official Darts, 10-Dart Clip, Removable Stock and Barrel Extension, 5 Tactical Rails
  • UPGRADE-READY BLASTER: Customize the blaster for every battle or mission by taking advantage of the removable stock and removable barrel extension, and 4 tactical rails
  • INCLUDES 24 NERF DARTS: Comes with 24 Official Nerf darts to fully load the 10-dart clip -- and 14 more darts for reloads
  • SLAM FIRE: Move the priming slide backward and forward and press the trigger to fire 1 dart. Hold down the trigger and keep moving the slide to slam-fire all 10 darts fast
  • FIRES DARTS UP TO 90 FEET (27 METERS): Go the distance with this blaster that fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters)