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Drill Overheating


billiam
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What actually causes the Drill to overheat in the fleeca job? I do same speed every time and sometimes it overheats every 2 seconds and sometimes doesn't overheat at all

 

does anyone know a consistent way to use it?

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Skullkicker227

Clearly you weren't doing it right...

 

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On topic: You have to move it in slowly, you cant just force it.

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It's like making love to a woman, or a ripe kiwi fruit; ease it in slowly, increase the angle of the analogue stick a small bit at a time.

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Don't you own a drill irl?

If yes just practice with it and you should learn the basics of how to do it in GTA.

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what I'm saying is if I push up slowly sometimes it overheats, sometimes it doesn't :/

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What actually causes the Drill to overheat in the fleeca job? I do same speed every time and sometimes it overheats every 2 seconds and sometimes doesn't overheat at all

 

does anyone know a consistent way to use it?

Keep up the speed, nudge the thumbstick gently a bit forward, not full forward. Withdraw when hot.

 

Thank the Lord for Lester not making you sharpen the drill cutting edges in the preparation.

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Don't you own a drill irl?

If yes just practice with it and you should learn the basics of how to do it in GTA.

DO NOT TRY THIS

 

Every time the drill bit finds purchase I get sHocked and my TV goes dead

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Slowy push the analog stick as you make progress. Should take 1 minute to get it done imo

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Drill is unrealistic.

It should jam and break your arms, when overheating and stuck and break the drill bits.

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Drill is unrealistic.

It should jam and break your arms, when overheating and stuck and break the drill bits.

this^

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DominusTaranis

Drill is unrealistic.

It should jam and break your arms, when overheating and stuck and break the drill bits.

Idk what kind of drill you use, but a hammer drill like that would, at best, only break the bit, not your arm. The problem, is Lester, in his infinite wisdom, failed to provide you with the right kind of bit for a rotary hammer drill. Like, hellooooo.
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Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

 

 

 

 

 

Or just use the drill right, idk.

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Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

 

 

 

 

 

Or just use the drill right, idk.

I hope you didn't copy paste that from other thread, back when the heists were released.

I remember someone posting something very similar.

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^I didn't, it's an original SgtScooter ®, signed.

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I think you want to hold it right where you start seeing the sparks. Carimbohanky is the fastest driller I have worked with, you may wanna ask him.

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Drill is unrealistic.

It should jam and break your arms, when overheating and stuck and break the drill bits.

It should break your arms? Damn that's hardcore.

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johnwontscore

It's not a hammer drill, those are used for masonry.

 

Just avoid making it bounce.

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DominusTaranis

It's not a hammer drill, those are used for masonry.

Just avoid making it bounce.

oh, my mistake. Looked a lot like one I had at work. Still, terrible bit choice.
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Drill is unrealistic.

It should jam and break your arms, when overheating and stuck and break the drill bits.

Idk what kind of drill you use, but a hammer drill like that would, at best, only break the bit, not your arm. The problem, is Lester, in his infinite wisdom, failed to provide you with the right kind of bit for a rotary hammer drill. Like, hellooooo.

Hammer drills also have just drilling modes, also slip clutches - to prevent the drill to spin around when jammed. The problem is that the slip clutch caps the torque required for metal drilling, making the hammer drill a bad choice.

 

Also, pointy metal drill bit... It would break. And broken pins inside the lock would add damage to the drill, the will have to be pulled out.

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MagicNarcosis

Totally ready to rob banks IRL because of how sweet I am with the drillwork, shun.

 

/Sarcasm

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Elric_Francis92

Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

 

 

 

 

 

Or just use the drill right, idk.

 

LOL how Freudian... That said I cannot use the stick very well at all. I guess I am too extreme it's all or nothing or so it seems when I try to 'ease' it in there....

 

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Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

 

Not too fast. You don't want to open it too soon.

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SLOWLY push the stick upwards.

Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

Or just use the drill right, idk.

That's what she said. Sorry,had to be done.
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I remember the first time I drilled a lock IRL. I had a hell of a time getting through the pins and cyllinder. It was a pain. Then someone showed me an easier way (that I won't mention here). Since learning that method I can get through most standard locks in about a minute.

 

Several years ago I learned to pick eliminang the need to destroy the lock. It also usually only takes about a minute. Plus, it's a neat trick to show people

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Don't you own a drill irl?

If yes just practice with it and you should learn the basics of how to do it in GTA.

DO NOT TRY THIS

Every time the drill bit finds purchase I get sHocked and my TV goes dead

Try drilling into the wall instead of your tv... ;)
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Don't you own a drill irl?

If yes just practice with it and you should learn the basics of how to do it in GTA.

DO NOT TRY THIS

 

Every time the drill bit finds purchase I get sHocked and my TV goes dead

I tried drilling my tv and it didn't work.

 

What's going on?

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[PAYDAY Intensifies]

Fleeca Confessions: Sometimes I can hear shouts of "THIS DRILL'S f*ckING WORTHLESS!"

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This the thread is obscene haha

 

 

Slid the tip of the drill in slowly, and smoothly, then slowly gain momentum, and thrust the drill in harder and faster until the lock explodes.

 

Not too fast. You don't want to open it too soon.

 

Like a carry on film in here.

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