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  • Ragnorok64Ragnorok64 My muscles have no memory. Joined: Posts: 4,909 ✭✭✭✭
    oh wow....I just found out something about the ps3 t6 board and its not good news.

    The buttons are active high. They all share the same line....the 3v coming from the batteries.

    I think I'll just swap the ps3 t6 board with a sixaxis+ my Leo board .

    What's that mean for modders, exactly?
  • GummoGummo Can We Mod It? Yes, We Can! Joined: Posts: 4,718 ✭✭✭✭
    nothing really if you're just swapping buttons. It makes dual modding it a whole lot more trouble some.
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  • SF3LPSF3LP Nica K.O Joined: Posts: 3,433 ✭✭
    I own 2 of the 360 1 of the PS3.

    The only problem I'll encounter is the random 360 auto-power off and then inputs not working.

    However. The same thing happens with my 360 controllers. So it just leads me to believe it's a 360 problem.

    No problems ever with the PS3.

    a friend of mine has the ps3 one and recently it started to not respond after the green light recognized the stick, but the weird thing is the start, select, r1, r2, l1, and l2 buttons would work but everything else doesnt including the stick

    its not just a 360 problem for sure so im still wondering if its a problem with the parts or the PCB and if it can be a simple fix or would it just be better all together to take it back, get it fixed, then modify it
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  • MaledarMaledar Joined: Posts: 61
    oh wow....I just found out something about the ps3 t6 board and its not good news.

    The buttons are active high. They all share the same line....the 3v coming from the batteries.

    I think I'll just swap the ps3 t6 board with a sixaxis+ my Leo board .


    :lame: /wrists

    Damnit. That's not good.
  • diedwaterdiedwater Joined: Posts: 11
    Just got my for the 360, so far, I love it. Fingers crossed hope it doesn't start acting up funny. But man, wireless sure is sweet.
  • tatakitataki Non-SF4/MVC3 FG news: twitter.com/#!/novriltataki Joined: Posts: 6,294 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I sold this POS of a stick to someone who liked it despite its problems. Used that money to invest in my future seimitsu qanba 2 ^^
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  • bthaibthai Joined: Posts: 137
    does anyone have like alot of "play" with the stick before actually clicking a switch with the joystick? like theres alot of neutural zone
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  • Hunter-ZeroHunter-Zero Under the Iron Fist Joined: Posts: 201
    Yep, thats the biggest flaw of the stock pieces imho, the HUGE dead zone
  • DarkKaiDarkKai AKA:LBChaos Joined: Posts: 222
    This may have been answered but has anyone found a way to change the cover art on the stick? I like the Tekken 6 art and all but SF4 is my main game lol.
  • EmpireEmpire Joined: Posts: 294
    excuse my laziness in not looking through the whole thread, but I just have some questions about modding this thing.

    I want to swap out the buttons and the joystick first, see how it works out.

    To do that, I just pop the pcb on the buttons off and solder the wires in place with the crimp connectors on and drop the buttons in, yea? It's common ground too, so that shouldn't be a problem. Gotta bust out those tabs on the case as well.

    For the joystick, what would be the best way to go about it? Cannibalize a JLF and pop in on the stock Hori base? will a JLF even fit in the case?
  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    Finally finished modding this thing.
    Cherry switches, sanwa octo -gate, sanwa spring, and sanwa buttons.

    img5267k.th.jpg

    Kinda had and idea of a rorschach test with the art. Didn't quite come up with like it, but i still like it very much.

    What do you think?
  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    Finally finished modding this thing.
    Cherry switches, sanwa octo -gate, sanwa spring, and sanwa buttons.

    Kinda had and idea of a rorschach test with the art. Didn't quite come up with like it, but i still like it very much.

    What do you think?

    TumTum, that looks really good. Nice work! How long did it take you?

    I'm working on the same mod myself right now, just waiting on parts to arrive. I bought Sanwa buttons, balltop, spring, switches, and gate.

    If you don't mind, I have a couple of questions for you, since you've done this already.

    Are you using just the Sanwa spring, or did you combine the stock Hori spring with the Sanwa spring? How is the feel?

    Did you use a template for your art? Or did you just do a big printout and cut it to size?
  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    Scan of artwork

    All, I removed the artwork from my Xbox 360 stick and scanned it into my computer. Here is a very high quality scan of the artwork:

    tekken6l.th.jpg

    I don't have PhotoShop, otherwise I'd try and make a template out of it.
  • jdm714jdm714 Blue Blue Glass Moon Joined: Posts: 12,753 ✭✭
    Very cool.
    Thank you for that.

    I don't even have one.
    But cool.
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    I just realized it's not a perfect scan. I peeled off the artwork and it had a nice curve to it. Thus it was hard to get it to lay completely flat on the scanner, so the dimensions aren't 100% perfect. Just doing some rough guestimates with a ruler, it looks like the artwork is 11.25" x 7.25".
  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    Thanks.
    It didn't took that long. Few hours with artwork and then another few hours with actual technical modification. But i did it in small different sections within three days or so, so i cant be exact sure.
    It wasn't my first mod thoug. I've modded my Hori EX2 before this, so i kinda knew what to do. Atleast this time i wasn't frightend all the time, haha.

    I had parts ready for almost 2 months. I was waiting my friend to hand draw me an art for the stick, but at the end we decided to scrap that idea, because of his other things. It would have been so awesome to have hand-drawn graphic.

    I'm using the Sanwa spring. There is a thread somewhere in tech-talk wich is about issues that Sanwa octo-gate brings with it when thrown in to otherwise intact Hori stick. There is this kickback -effect (don't remember what is the exact official name for that) where you also get an opposite input if you tap quickly your stick in one direction. I don't mind that much about it, but if someone has any advise to get rid of it i sure like to hear em.
    Sanwa spring is little stiffer than Hori spring so that problem is not that viable with Hori spring, but a little stiffer spring than that would be welcome.
    Never heard about combining Hori and Sanwa spring. How it is done?

    For art template, i used the one by Hunter-Zero, submitted in this thread about 10 pages ago. That template is made for PS3 stick, but it works pretty well. Stick hole is bit off, but you can pretty much just erase it off in photoshop and then jus cut the hole for the stick when you have sticked the art on top of your controller.

    Hope that helped a bit.
  • visionfreemindvisionfreemind Droppin Coffins, Makin Servants Joined: Posts: 262
    So i found this stick(360) on Amazon used for like $47. I wanna buy it for my younger bro, so he doesnt have to have THE BEST of sticks but. Do you think for the price its all good and worth it? The only other thing is we play MVC2 endless.. I tried reading through alot of pages to see all the talk about the stock stick but, most talk was just of modding. So forgive me if this has ben asked before. Does MVC2 put to much of a beating on this stick?

    Im playin right now on a MadCats SE that I just swapped out the insides with Sanwa parts. I think he would be fine with the square gate so you guys think its worth it for the price? Its the bundle pack. Thanks!
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  • 0000000000000000 7177135 Joined: Posts: 911
    I just got the bundle. It's ok. The stick and buttons could be way better. Does anyone know if it's normal for the stick to have a lot of play? It seems a bit loose.
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  • 0000000000000000 7177135 Joined: Posts: 911
    So i found this stick(360) on Amazon used for like $47. I wanna buy it for my younger bro, so he doesnt have to have THE BEST of sticks but. Do you think for the price its all good and worth it? The only other thing is we play MVC2 endless.. I tried reading through alot of pages to see all the talk about the stock stick but, most talk was just of modding. So forgive me if this has ben asked before. Does MVC2 put to much of a beating on this stick?

    Im playin right now on a MadCats SE that I just swapped out the insides with Sanwa parts. I think he would be fine with the square gate so you guys think its worth it for the price? Its the bundle pack. Thanks!

    BTW, I just bought the stick on Amazon. Warehouse deal (beat up box). Arrived to find that it was literally just that, a beat up box. T6, the stick, the book, everything was in mint, untouched condition. 48$ couldn't be beat.
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  • 0000000000000000 7177135 Joined: Posts: 911
    So i found this stick(360) on Amazon used for like $47. I wanna buy it for my younger bro, so he doesnt have to have THE BEST of sticks but. Do you think for the price its all good and worth it? The only other thing is we play MVC2 endless.. I tried reading through alot of pages to see all the talk about the stock stick but, most talk was just of modding. So forgive me if this has ben asked before. Does MVC2 put to much of a beating on this stick?

    Im playin right now on a MadCats SE that I just swapped out the insides with Sanwa parts. I think he would be fine with the square gate so you guys think its worth it for the price? Its the bundle pack. Thanks!

    BTW, I just bought the stick on Amazon. Warehouse deal (beat up box). Arrived to find that it was literally just that, a beat up box. T6, the stick, the book, everything was in mint, untouched condition. 48$ couldn't be beat.
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  • mwong168mwong168 Joined: Posts: 101
    you would have to use microsoft's wireless receiver that was designed for using the wireless 360 controllers on pc. Although, I don't know if the 360 t6 would work for it.

    I can confirm that this stick works just fine with the Microsoft wireless receiver for PC. I have been using it on my HTPC to play MAME and it's pretty sweet and love that fact that it is wireless so can be passed around easily or played from whatever couch I decide to sit on :)
  • xxlopsidedxxxxlopsidedxx Joined: Posts: 13
    Button not working properly

    One of my buttons sometimes doesn't work when I press it on the Tekken 6 ps3 fighstick. Wondering if these was an easy fix or if I should just get a new stick. Thanks!
  • 0000000000000000 7177135 Joined: Posts: 911
    After having the stick for a few days now, my impression is no good. Disconnects too often or gets stuck in one direction (not physically). Buttons randomly stop working too. I'm gonna buy a TE in a week, fuck this noise.
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  • Saikyo JoeSaikyo Joe that awkward moment Joined: Posts: 2,456
    So whats up with modding the PS3 one? I was reading the modding the Xbox one, and kept reading that its different. Haven't gotten through the whole thread but if someone wants to direct me to it I'd be grateful.
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  • tanabetanabe Stay Cool Joined: Posts: 935
    So whats up with modding the PS3 one? I was reading the modding the Xbox one, and kept reading that its different. Haven't gotten through the whole thread but if someone wants to direct me to it I'd be grateful.

    http://www.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=213492&p=7813000&viewfull=1#post7813000

    http://www.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=213492&p=7846774&viewfull=1#post7846774

    there you go dude.
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  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    How did you get your art to stick? (and on what did you print it)

    And also since i'm a stick "n00b" id very much like if someone posted a pic on how to solder the buttons (which wire goes where etc)
  • deathzerozxdeathzerozx CLOUDWALKER Joined: Posts: 1,666
    i just modded my t6 today with sanwa buttons and sanwa ball top... here's pics. my first time ever soldering but i did decent =P

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  • deathzerozxdeathzerozx CLOUDWALKER Joined: Posts: 1,666
    BTW, I just bought the stick on Amazon. Warehouse deal (beat up box). Arrived to find that it was literally just that, a beat up box. T6, the stick, the book, everything was in mint, untouched condition. 48$ couldn't be beat.

    I got mine a couple months ago on amazon new with game $79.99

    it's still going for that price so if you didn't have T6 you could've for only 30 more
  • wazwuzwazwuz Joined: Posts: 151 ✭✭
    i was planning to change the button only, its done, then i close the bottom case. and suddenly my stick not sending any signal, the usb receiver is still blinking, until now i still dont undestand whats going wrong, i think it was closed circuited. so i decided to remove all the button, stick, and board, for stick and button i use sanwa as usual. the for the board i use 6axis board, all works like a charm. i also ahnge the art paper ;). i love this arcade stick, its perfect for me ;) (light, compact, all sanwa, and its wirelles)

    PIC_0101.jpg
    PIC_0100.jpg

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  • personalitpersonalit Joined: Posts: 75
    i was planning to change the button only, its done, then i close the bottom case. and suddenly my stick not sending any signal, the usb receiver is still blinking, until now i still dont undestand whats going wrong, i think it was closed circuited. so i decided to remove all the button, stick, and board, for stick and button i use sanwa as usual. the for the board i use 6axis board, all works like a charm. i also ahnge the art paper ;). i love this arcade stick, its perfect for me ;) (light, compact, all sanwa, and its wirelles)

    http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr147/wazwuz/PIC_0101.jpg
    http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr147/wazwuz/PIC_0100.jpg

    ps: sorry for my bad engllish, hope u understand :)
    Wow, now that's maybe the ultimate Tekken-stick. But it would have loked so much better with only four buttons. How did you do all that? What is the case?
  • deathzerozxdeathzerozx CLOUDWALKER Joined: Posts: 1,666
    One of my buttons sometimes doesn't work when I press it on the Tekken 6 ps3 fighstick. Wondering if these was an easy fix or if I should just get a new stick. Thanks!

    if you know how to solder and have the equipment maybe you should. my sanwa buttons as seen above made a huge difference. i plan on replacing the switches and spring and it should be pretty solid. i paid about $25 for the buttons and ball top
  • djSTAT!CdjSTAT!C 北部のライオン Joined: Posts: 28
    okay i NEEDZ help.

    heres the story.

    i have 2 of these sticks, one of which i already modded with new buttons...




    but for the second one, i went ahead and made a new box out of MDF for the parts inside. (i plan on ripping EVERYTHING from that wireless stick and putting them inside the MDF box.


    what i need help on is how i can transfer all of the parts except for the buttons and joystick (which i am going to replace with sanwa JLF and OBSF)



    how would i go and perform the joystick switch? the microswitches aren't QD so can anybody help with this? >__>
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  • NiteWalkerNiteWalker For me it was Friday. Joined: Posts: 1,668 ✭✭
    i was planning to change the button only, its done, then i close the bottom case. and suddenly my stick not sending any signal, the usb receiver is still blinking, until now i still dont undestand whats going wrong, i think it was closed circuited. so i decided to remove all the button, stick, and board, for stick and button i use sanwa as usual. the for the board i use 6axis board, all works like a charm. i also ahnge the art paper ;). i love this arcade stick, its perfect for me ;) (light, compact, all sanwa, and its wirelles)

    http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr147/wazwuz/PIC_0101.jpg
    http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr147/wazwuz/PIC_0100.jpg

    ps: sorry for my bad engllish, hope u understand :)
    That's an awesome mod. The artwork fits perfectly.
    I would have used 6 bottons instead of all 8 though. Great job.
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  • RoboGem IIRoboGem II Edmonton Oilers :( Joined: Posts: 172
    Any recommendations on how to properly change the art work?
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  • deathzerozxdeathzerozx CLOUDWALKER Joined: Posts: 1,666
    i want to fix the huge dead zone... already replaced switches, spring, and pivot piece.... ugh it still has a huge dead zone... any ideas? should i order that piece that holds the spring for like a sanwa one?
  • V-KingV-King SuRe you're Ken!? Joined: Posts: 52
    I'm starting by being honest:
    I didn't read through all 19 pages of this thread, so I'm asking the following:

    I'm planning on buying the Tekken 6+Arcadestick bundle and selling the game (I never liked the Tekken series to begin with, but that's a different story).
    That would get me the stick for about 40-60?, depending on how high I'm able to resell the game.
    My questions are:

    - Is the stick itself halfway descent? I'm still fairly new to arcade sticks (got to play with one for the very first time on saturday when I was playing a few BemUs on Dreamcast, and I could tell that the stick I used had seen its better times which are long over by now)
    - Is there any lag on the x360 stick?
    - Is the stick moddable?
    - If so, how hard is it to mod it?
    - Is there any information on what kind of parts are used in this stick? (Sanwa/Seimitsu parts or something completely different?)

    I hope that I'm not asking too much questions at once.
    But I still hope I get some of them answered soon :)

    Thanks for any anwers regarding my questions :)
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  • Big3DBig3D Manbirthing...!? Joined: Posts: 924
    Ok don't flame me if it's already been mentioned or explained, I'm trying to see if I can put a wii classic controller into this stick, I I woul be able to just straight solder wires to the contacts or if ther would have to be a mediary in between. I was also thinking about a switch to cut the power from the batteries (I know I could just take the batteries out, but a switch would be a nice adition) also I was wanting to see about trying QD's for the xbox portion so that I could easily switch out sanwas or replacements. Cause it's a bitch at times to swap a button, had to do it on my buddies ex2 stick. I'm pretty well versed on ps3 and 360 sticks, I've made quite a few but never tried wii or cross platform pn a Japanese stick, always used made my own boxes and madcats controller to make sticks
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  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    Hi i just got the Hori Tekken 6 Stick last week i like the parts but i wanted to just swap out the Restrictor Plate and add a bat. Can i swap out the Hori base for the Sanwa JLF-P-2 BASE and just add the Sanwa GT-Y Octagonal Restrictor Plate?
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    Just got my T6 Stick and thought I would show off how I fixed it. (after about 30 seconds of using it and not liking the feel) Be merciful as this is my first post here also.

    I replaced the junk slopstick with a Seimitsu LS-33 and Sanwa OBSN-30/24 Buttons (Yes, back and start too):

    IMG_0572.jpg

    And here's the money shot:

    IMG_0606-1.jpg

    I epoxied the stick in place and had to dremel the bottom of the stick down for Clearance. Those buttons were murder on my fingers screwing down after dremeling the holes because I'm assuming the spacing is closer than usual on this stick and it was a tight fit.

    Here's a better look at the strip so I can change the button layout when I change the artwork:

    IMG_0603.jpg

    I just used a strip of old IDE cable which is great for cleaning up rats nests of wires like my first wiring up pictured below, which I wasn't happy with:

    IMG_0566.jpg

    Lemme know what you think, as this is my first (of many I'm sure) real stick mods/fixes... Although I tend to do this kind of stuff with everything I own usually.

    Also, what's a good place/price for getting some decent custom vinyl artwork printed out?
  • Big3DBig3D Manbirthing...!? Joined: Posts: 924
    Just got my T6 Stick and thought I would show off how I fixed it. (after about 30 seconds of using it and not liking the feel) Be merciful as this is my first post here also.

    I replaced the junk slopstick with a Seimitsu LS-33 and Sanwa OBSN-30/24 Buttons (Yes, back and start too):


    And here's the money shot:


    I epoxied the stick in place and had to dremel the bottom of the stick down for Clearance. Those buttons were murder on my fingers screwing down after dremeling the holes because I'm assuming the spacing is closer than usual on this stick and it was a tight fit.

    Here's a better look at the strip so I can change the button layout when I change the artwork:


    I just used a strip of old IDE cable which is great for cleaning up rats nests of wires like my first wiring up pictured below, which I wasn't happy with:


    Lemme know what you think, as this is my first (of many I'm sure) real stick mods/fixes... Although I tend to do this kind of stuff with everything I own usually.

    Also, what's a good place/price for getting some decent custom vinyl artwork printed out?

    Thank you soo much i was looking for a pic of the guts, im gonna try and put a wii classic controller guts into this as well, i have 2 classic controllers and 2 t6 sticks, so if i mess them up then i have spares... i just want to stick for the 360 and the wii...

    anyone have any advice or precautions for me before i open them up... i will post pics
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  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 20,835 admin
    I didn't get a pic of before.. I was anxious to fix it :D The button PCBs are useless and easily desoldered... just keep a chunk of the wires on it so you can trace the leads to the buttons.

    Here is the original order for the 360 stick button board in case you lose it...

    IMG_0562.jpg

    The board has exposed copper and removable spots for the buttons so you can easily add any board that uses common ground and expand the capabilities of the controller I would imagine. Easier to just remove altogether though.

    Not hard to mod, just go to wally world and get some 5 min epoxy and carefully epoxy the stick STRAIGHTLY in place. Don't use too much either. This involves dremeling the mounting posts off and the end of the shaft that rubs with the bottom... also the rib and some material needs to come off the bottom plate, but it's not too much to cause any weakness or distortion as long as your careful... i used sandpaper so it took me awhile, but it's not too bad. I'm gonna end up putting a chimp board in and completely replace the electronics. I might just build another with a chimp board in it instead and keep this one as is because I'm growing kinda fond of it.

    This post has more information. He did it first so I can't take all the credit:

    http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=213492&p=7813000#post7813000
  • mwong168mwong168 Joined: Posts: 101
    I didn't get a pic of before.. I was anxious to fix it :D The button PCBs are useless and easily desoldered... just keep a chunk of the wires on it so you can trace the leads to the buttons.

    Here is the original order for the 360 stick button board in case you lose it...

    Keeping the PCB is not necessary and you can use this instead with reference to this pic for the button mapping on the harness.

    IMG_0606-1.jpg

    1-A (red)
    2-B (white)
    3-Left Trigger (blue)
    4-X (black)
    5-Start (yellow)
    6-Back (orange)
    7-Right Trigger (grey)
    8-Y (brown)
    9-Right Button (blue)
    10-Left Button (black)
    11-Ground (yellow)

    You might want to change the default Hori button layout to this since it will work with the SFIV defaults without having to re-map anything. It won't match the button labels on the Hori artwork but who cares since most people will be changing it or don't care for it anyways.

    (X) (Y) (RB) (LB)
    (A) (B) (RT) (LT)

    I'm not sure if the RT LT combo should be for punch or kick but I can confirm this later or else check in the SFIV controller options. ** Corrected now **

    This has worked great for me and I just used it last night to mod my Tekken wireless stick and swapped in Sanwa buttons and a JLF with octogate. I didn't bother desoldering the button and just literally ripped the PCB apart and then easily removed the buttons. Then with my dremel I shaved off the little tabs for each button hole and the Sanwas dropped in nicely. For the JLF that is a different story and involved quite a bit of shaving and drilling to get the black mounting plate to fit on the existing mounting holes. I made the mistake of drilling right through and realized this after but I found a solution that works quite well. I still managed to use the existing stock Hori mounting screws but I threaded them through two of the Omron switch holes which lined up with the mounting holes and then shaved two small nubs on my octogate and it clipped in perfectly after this. I will take pictures later because it was getting late last night when I got all the wiring done and at tested at 1am to be grinding away with my dremel to clear the JLF shaft. I might do this or else use the stock Hori shaft and not bother since I have read in an earlier post someone doing that.

    Now for the joystick wiring mapping, refer to the image above and it will be the harness on the top right on the main PCB with the 4 pairs of colored wires. Here is the mapping from left to right look at it from top.

    1-Ground (yellow)
    2-Right (yellow)
    3-Ground (blue)
    4-Down (blue)
    5-Ground (white) <-- make sure you cut this pair of white wires as close to the microswitch as possible cause it is short to begin with.
    6-Left (white)
    7-Ground (red)
    8-Up (red)

    These wire mappings have been very helpful to me for the last two weeks in not only modding my Tekken stick last night which I was planning to sell but I also made two wireless HAPP sticks from scratch using the guts from two other Tekken wireless sticks two weekends ago. I will take pictures and show you guys later on, just trying to finish off the bottom cover for the battery compartment but yesterday my friend had a brand new set of red, white, and blue Sanwas and a JLF with Octogate and new harness that he didn't need and he gave me a price I simple couldn't refuse. I am very biased towards HAPP/iL when it comes to my arcade stuff and never did like and still not crazy for japanese parts like Sanwa/Seimitsu or SFIV to be honest. I am old school from back in the day as you have probably seen from my other projects that I love playing the older versions of Street Fighter.

    Here is my showcase style arcade cabinet I started last summer and only about 60% done but 100% functional and entertained many guests for hours in my game room. Right now it just sits on that stand but if you are familar with the Dynamo showcase style cabinets that is what my end result will be like. It has made a few trips to some get togethers and hooked up to plasmas and LCDs via HDMI for some good old school fun in MAME. I will probably finish it this summer as I am kept quite busy with my 1 year old daughter.

    cabinet_on_light.jpg

    Here is my bartop which I recently completed last December and made a podium for it to sit on instead of stools like in this picture.

    ryuside.jpg
    kenside.jpg

    I also put on a Neutrik USB port for my other weapons of choice :P

    weaponchoice.jpg
    bartop_neutrik.jpg

    Anyways, back on topic and now I have the best of both worlds for my arcade fight sticks. I do like how small and light my new Tekken wireless stick is but I still prefer the feel of HAPP/iL parts. Another really nice thing I like about this wireless tekken stick for the 360 is it can also be paired with my HTPC using Micro$oft's 360 wireless receiver so I can play MAME from any couch in my living room :)

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  • GummoGummo Can We Mod It? Yes, We Can! Joined: Posts: 4,718 ✭✭✭✭
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  • djSTAT!CdjSTAT!C 北部のライオン Joined: Posts: 28
    Already way ahead of you.

    Buttons:
    (from top to bottom)
    1-A
    2-B
    3-Left Trigger
    4-X
    5-Start
    6-Back
    7-Right Trigger
    8-Y
    9-Right Button
    10-Left Button
    11-Ground

    For the joystick:
    (from right to left)
    1-Up
    2-Ground
    3-Left
    4-Ground
    5-Down
    6-Ground
    7-Right
    8-Ground

    The group of wires to the left of the joystick wires:
    (from right to left)
    1-Vcc (3 volts)
    2-?
    3-?
    4-?
    5-Ground
    (note: pins 2-5 go to a 4 pin header inside the battery compartment. I have no idea what its used for, maybe usb?)

    The group of wires next to the previous group I didn't bother to figure out its pinout since its just the guide button, power for 4 leds, and ground. The brown wire is the guide signal.

    The other 2 groups on the lower right part of the board is the sync button and the headphone/mic port.



    ps.. have you figured out the wires to the group of wires to the left of the joystick?


    i have a usb cable from a madcatz that im going to put it in to make it wired... (i know that its still going to be wireless, but i hate the wireless... how many times have i died in a g1 battle cuz of a "please reconnect controller" T____T)


    i would appreciate it...

    also, i transferred all of the parts to a separate MDF box that is 10x heavier so i have a hole for a wire in it already...
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  • mwong168mwong168 Joined: Posts: 101
    Sorry, all the info I have for those group of wires are:

    The group of wires to the left of the joystick wires:
    (from right to left)
    1-Vcc (3 volts)
    2-?
    3-?
    4-?
    5-Ground
    (note: pins 2-5 go to a 4 pin header inside the battery compartment. I have no idea what its used for, maybe usb?)

    Here are some pics in case some of you don't check the dedicate fight stick picture thread.

    happwireless_insides.jpg
    happwireless_insideindicator.jpg
    happwireless_insidebottom.jpg
    happwireless_bottom.jpg
    happwireless_indicator.jpg
    happwireless_sidebuttons.jpg
    happwireless_stick1.jpg
    happwireless_stick2.jpg
    happwireless_stickboth.jpg
  • GummoGummo Can We Mod It? Yes, We Can! Joined: Posts: 4,718 ✭✭✭✭
    ps.. have you figured out the wires to the group of wires to the left of the joystick?


    i have a usb cable from a madcatz that im going to put it in to make it wired... (i know that its still going to be wireless, but i hate the wireless... how many times have i died in a g1 battle cuz of a "please reconnect controller" T____T)


    i would appreciate it...

    also, i transferred all of the parts to a separate MDF box that is 10x heavier so i have a hole for a wire in it already...

    Still don't know what the wires are. You do run the risk of frying the pcb if you try hooking up the 5v line of the usb to one of those unknown spots since after-all they might not even be usb lines.
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  • djSTAT!CdjSTAT!C 北部のライオン Joined: Posts: 28
    Still don't know what the wires are. You do run the risk of frying the pcb if you try hooking up the 5v line of the usb to one of those unknown spots since after-all they might not even be usb lines.



    ahhhh shetty deals... alright i guess ill have to try something else...


    but if any1 manages to make this stick wired, be my guest to post :)


    (i really wanna do the padhack, but i dont have enough for another controller right now...)
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    TTT2: Xiaoyu/JC , Kunimitsu/Miharu, Michelle/Leo
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  • bchan009bchan009 Joined: Posts: 555 ✭✭
    Hey - my T6 looks different from the other 360 ones - anyone know why?

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  • bchan009bchan009 Joined: Posts: 555 ✭✭
    Wait - nevermind. Looks like the art covers more than just the metal panel. Which is weird. =/
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  • StrtFghtrMstrStrtFghtrMstr SRnk1VaBeachAlphaTeam Joined: Posts: 134
    Hey - my T6 looks different from the other 360 ones - anyone know why?

    Care to link a guide? Would love to do this to my PS3 HoriT6 as I love the wireless option for home use and really like your design.
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