daicon wrote: »
Will I need to drill any holes to seat a sanwa JLF or Seimitsu into it?
killvhin wrote: »
Hello, this is my first attempt in modding, and I'm noob when it comes to wires. I'm getting dizzy and confused on all the information here, but it's really informative. I've learned on what i have to do to change the buttons and stick. Can someone please give me a complete list, on what materials i needed,. i know all is here. But since i will find all the parts in the mall. i need a LIST like for ex. how many QD i need, size, wire harness? i really don't know the proper name of all materials involved here. What i mean is like a complete ingredients like in cooking a particular dish. I REALLY APPRECIATE all the post here, and i've read them all. It's just like I'm getting confused on all the infos. Can i also asked/request for a short step by step instruction from start till finish, am i asking too much?? I;m really sorry. I'm on a tight budget and needs to be quite sure on what i will do, and i don't wanna mess my VORTEX setup (jk lol) my first stick. KUDOS!! more power and thankss!!
BTW the setup i want is quick disconnects, and i dont wanna mess with the sticks main board by soldering directly.
killvhin wrote: »
The only available stick now in my area is Original Sanwa JLF-TP-8YT-SK Joystick and according to Darksakul on start of these thread, this type of sanwa JLF isn't suitable for the Vx/V3? any clarifications please.. thankss!!!
quadreon wrote: »
This is my first time posting so please excuse me if I ask something completely obvious
If I want to just mod the buttons with Sanwa, could I just desoldered the hori buttons from the PCB, replace them with the Sanwa and solder that to the PCB
dej wrote: »
the buttons should be connected by quick disconnects, which means you use the same cables to connect to the sanwa buttons instead
like, you unplug button, pop it out, replace it with a sanwa, uses same cable so no need to solder or anything. i think the fighting edge have different buttons but i dont think that should matter
MuffinMan123 wrote: »
just wondering, how do you guys change the artwork for arcade sticks? I don't really need any artwork, I just need a replace the sticker piece because it's too scratched up. what kind of plate do you buy and what kind of adhesives do you use?