The flywheel cage cases and holds a blaster's flywheels; without them, the flywheels would be unstable. In some blasters such as the N-Strike Elite Hyperfire, one flywheel is curved to improve accuracy. In all flywheel-powered blasters that are not ball blasters, with the exception of the Vortex Nitron, use a two flywheel cage setup.
Modders typically replace flywheel cages with metal cages because high-speed flywheels and metal flywheels can damage the stock plastic flywheel cages.
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|External features||Barrel • Cylinder • Jam door • Muzzle • Priming mechanism • Tactical rail (RIVAL) • Trigger (Acceleration trigger • Firing trigger) • Turret|
|Firing mechanisms||Air bladder • Air tank • Flywheel • Plunger (Direct • HAMP • Motorized direct • Reverse) • String|
|Dart delivery||Breech • Conveyor system • Dart tooth • Pusher mechanism • Rotation mechanism|
|Plunger parts||Catch • O-ring • Plunger head • Plunger tube • Plunger rod • Spring (Torsion)|
|Other internals||Air restrictor (Intelligent) • Dart post • Flywheel cage • Lock|