kwrigh3, post: 7197538, member: 54236 wrote:
Thanks. I probably will use these. Where exactly did you mount them? Did you trim any of the cables to make them shorter...to ease cable management?
SFighterlove, post: 7201971, member: 16360 wrote:
Artwork is not included.
I would LOVE to have that metallic control panel from the Viewlix cabs. Nice single cab for sure though!
kwrigh3, post: 7202043, member: 54236 wrote:
having a little wiring issues with the AkiShop PS360+ PCB. Since this is my first CP/stick wiring, just making sure I'm doing it right. I followed all the directions for PCB and wiring. All the buttons work fine, but the Sanwa JLF joystick does not. I'm using a JLF wiring harness. The joystick seems to only respond when in Up/Back position. I wired up Side 2 just to make sure its not a bad component and the same thing. I'm baffled. I don't know what to try next.
Jelloman581, post: 7202063, member: 24777 wrote:
Jelloman581, post: 7202091, member: 24777 wrote:
Try flipping your JLF harness on the stick itself. I found myself doing that a lot when modding sticks (I just put a dot on the correct side now to minimize those oopsies!), despite the little "lip" on the harness. Also, make sure either A) you are using the correct color coded JLF (I have come across two different color layouts), or you have the wires soldered to the correct spots. This is a popular reference for checking your wires based on stick orientation, no matter the harness you use.
Jelloman581, post: 7208397, member: 24777 wrote:
Sounds like you have a Seimitsu harness
Based on this:
Orange = Ground
Green = Right
Black = Left
Red = Up
Yellow = Down
Check it with a multimeter before you solder!
kwrigh3, post: 7208531, member: 54236 wrote:
its sooo weird. i reviewed the shipping info. I get lots of stuff from Focus Attack. The documentation states they are JLF-H 5 Pin Wiring Harness but I get what you are saying. Maybe they made a mistake and shipped the wrong cables. Is it true the wrong cable will NOT work at all? I won't be soldering anything. PCB is solder less. Do I need to buy the right cables?
SFighterlove, post: 7215623, member: 16360 wrote:
He gave me a 6 digit tracking number. I tried UPS and fedex and nothing came up. Usually tracking numbers are like 10 digits right??? No big deal tho. Kray said they would call me before they deliver the cab so I can plan accordingly. Man I'm excited!
kwrigh3, post: 7258531, member: 54236 wrote:
having a minor problem. During testing/play, I've noticed my ball tops can unscrew while playing. How do you fix this? Do I need to use something like Loctite?
Pharmtech78, post: 7260625, member: 65931 wrote:
Under the shaft of the joystick you can use a flathead screw driver to hold it in place while you tighten the balltop and you should then be good to go.
Aman Chin, post: 7268796, member: 67191 wrote:
@kwrigh3... sounds like you got the finished cabinet. i got my mine flat packed about a month ago and am still in the process of sanding & painting. kray wasn't kidding when he said lot of sanding involved.
trying to get this done a little at a time, after work, is killing me.
makstaks, post: 7284106, member: 987 wrote:
Hey guys, i'm interested in getting one. Is there a template available so i can manipulate colors? I tried searching this thread but keep getting database errors. I want a white one with mirror finish. I'm hoping kray can paint it
rcaido, post: 7286501, member: 4387 wrote:
Did you get your marquee backlit? I made the mistake in just using photo paper to print...Looks nice during the day but when i have the lights off i want it to shine :(
BurnerAzR, post: 7418735, member: 11396 wrote:
Haha I'm still patiently waiting for my turn on the waiting list. I put my money down for my un-painted v4 2 player cab at the end of last month but I think I read it usually takes about 2 months to ship. We're all moved into our new place and I already have a corner in the living room ready for my Kraylix.
BurnerAzR, post: 7420842, member: 11396 wrote:
I'm actually a professional color matcher, I paint things for a living. I've always been the do it yourself kind of guy. I don't think I'm spraying my Kraylix though, don't feel like dragging everything to the shop and setting up our spray booths.
BurnerAzR, post: 7421718, member: 11396 wrote:
Oh you know I'm gonna make that shit hot. I'm thinking of just using a brush on color to keep it simple. I will most likely spray on a nice thick clear coat and buff it to a mirror shine.afterwards.
You know what.... I haven't even thought about the color scheme!
BurnerAzR, post: 7422086, member: 11396 wrote:
You know what, I was actually thinking of doing a sort of neutral grey scheme for the cab and having a pop of color in the art and hardware.
rcaido, post: 7426174, member: 4387 wrote:
Very nice, what's the silver thing underneath the control panel? Is that an amp?