Titans Return Topspin/Twintwist Head

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  1. Draconius76

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    Does anyone else have trouble attaching the Titan Masters to the Topspin/Twintwist moulds head hole? I just can't get it to go in straight leading to a floppy head. Is there a trick to this that I'm not in on?
     
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    Push the Titan Masters head forward to the chin then while keeping the head level with the body (Titan's head will be at an angle) line it up where the connection narrows and push forward and down. Hope that helps.
     
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    Or what you could do is turn the Titan Master's head 180 degrees and slide it in.

    EDIT: Works on some TR characters though. I tried on my Weirdwolf but his head falls off easily and it's not secure when I did the trick.
     
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    Thanks, that worked really well
     
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    I had been doing it that way, but it didn't feel quite secure enough.
     
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    Does the head fall off easily or what's up? To be honest, I did it with at least MOST of my TR figures(except Highbrow, Scourge, Triggerhappy, and Weirdwolf). Though the heads stay in but aren't completely secure, they still work either way and make the head less floppy. I would like to hear your case though.
     
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    These weren't floppy with the heads backward, rather they didn't click in solidly, just sort of slid in and felt they were staying in with a bit (and not much) friction. At least on this mold. Haven't tried it with any others.
     
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    Those two have the tightest TM ports of the entire line. It feels like I'm going to snap the head off one of these days...
     
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    I think that should be fine. As long as you don't shake it off is the thing.
     
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    I found Perceptor to have the tightest. On my first attempt to remove the Titan Master, it's head was left in the main body and I had to pull it out via the ball joint with pliers.