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Lionel Noronha Gallardo

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About Lionel Noronha Gallardo

  • Rank
    Centurion

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Spain

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    20180904
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • FISD Supporter
    No
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-S

Standard Info

  • Name
    Lionel
  • 501st ID
    27056
  • 501st Unit
    Spanish Garrison

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  1. Hi Jonas I am proud owner of a sds armour and worked it to Centurion level. It is not difficult to achive this grade as i am not a DIY guy myself. Do not give up on us yet. It is a tough armor and here ins Spain we have reached multiple Centurion levels in the last 3 years
  2. Oh dear Joseph I hope all dust settles down and you can put all your pieces back together. Although I do not know you personally you granted me my Centurion rank with lovely suggestions and comments and for that I am grateful. I am glad that you still amongst us under another task. All the best my friend
  3. It is Ethylene Vinyl Acetate known as EVA rubber (sorry not EVE). They are craft foam sheets Hope this clarification helps
  4. Yes. It is type of soft rubber that you can find in any craft shops. Kids use it at school. I ma not sure if in the States is named the same. Here in Spain is called Goma Eva
  5. here it is guys https://imgur.com/UwPxjKB As mentioned before, cut a piece of Eve rubber and place it as shown the pic. For extra isolation you can also cover your mic head with Eve rubber leaving an opening for your voice to go through . l Yes. It is type of soft rubber that you can find in any craft shops. Kids use it at school. I ma not sure if in the States is named the same. Here in Spain is called Goma Eva
  6. here it is guys https://imgur.com/UwPxjKB As mentioned before, cut a piece of Eve rubber and place it as shown the pic. For extra isolation you can also cover your mic head with Eve rubber leaving an opening for your voice to go through . l
  7. I found a solution to coupling which cost none to nothing. Cut a square piece a Eva rubber and place it inside the helmet where your mic sits ( this will muffle 99% the sound coming out the helmet ) mine is 2 by 2 inches. For extra sealment i cover the mic foam leaving the mic area free. I have tested this and it works Good luck
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