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  • @wazwuz I can contact Saint & JDCR. Would you like me to ask them?
  • blankaex wrote: » Made an order from Makestick yesterday, fingers crossed now. I ordered from them 3 months ago which (I think) was after Rohan left and that went all right, but still praying nonetheless. Why does it feel like such a gamble to ord…
  • pollo wrote: » I play on PC only and want to build my own hitbox because I realized a stick is just not for me. I could just use an old keyboard PCB with n-key rollover and solder arcade buttons to it. No need for an expensive PCB because I don't …
  • sgraff1 wrote: » blankaex wrote: » Made an order from Makestick yesterday, fingers crossed now. I ordered from them 3 months ago which (I think) was after Rohan left and that went all right, but still praying nonetheless. Why does it feel like…
  • Made an order from Makestick yesterday, fingers crossed now. I ordered from them 3 months ago which (I think) was after Rohan left and that went all right, but still praying nonetheless. Why does it feel like such a gamble to order from them lol. …
  • I have one of Art's soft plexi covers from Tek-Innovations on my HRAP V, but I've got this issue where the plexi lifts up (for lack of better words). It sort of curves inwards and creates a bump just to the left of where the joystick is. I imagine t…
  • BolSadguy wrote: » blankaex wrote: » I've been seeing rumours here and there but I can't find any definitive statements... Is the Brook UFB future proof? Will Brook be able to write firmware to support new consoles when they are released? …
  • I've been seeing rumours here and there but I can't find any definitive statements... Is the Brook UFB future proof? Will Brook be able to write firmware to support new consoles when they are released?
  • The Phantomnaut wrote: » blankaex wrote: » The Phantomnaut wrote: » I got a minor update on that purple Crown lever that JDCR, Saint and Kkokkoma have been trying out. Someone who was watching Kkokkoma's stream said this might be version 2…
  • The Phantomnaut wrote: » I got a minor update on that purple Crown lever that JDCR, Saint and Kkokkoma have been trying out. Someone who was watching Kkokkoma's stream said this might be version 2 of the 309 Help Me lever. Might be in early test p…
  • LordFu wrote: » UltimateChocolate wrote: » fyi if you still decide to use a fanta stick may have to cut the fanta He could have just rotated the mounting plate a quarter turn so that the two sets of holes weren't on the same sides... …
  • UltimateChocolate wrote: » fyi if you still decide to use a fanta stick may have to cut the fanta down to size and you'll need lubrication for you step bit. (example of how it was cut) Thanks for the link, I'll check it out. Progressive…
  • I want to use a K lever in my HRAP V, here's my plan. Please tell me if there's something wrong/missing. * Use a step drill to widen the lever hole for the collar. * Similarly cut my plexi and artwork with a craft knife. * Swap the mounting plat…
  • @Agieze Thanks again for the writeup, I'll take it to heart. Looks like the world of Korean arcade parts is a lot deeper than I thought. I also forgot that Infiltration's lever was supposed to be coming out as well; that's another one I'd be intere…
  • Agieze wrote: » @blankaex of course there is a form of break-in for elastomer grommets , but here the stiffness you felt (you say you felt the 309 firm and precise as opposed to the 307 being for you mushy) is due to the switches, not the grommet…
  • Thanks for all the replies and info everyone. jey-are wrote: » blankaex wrote: » Also, another topic: I've used a Crown 307 with JP mounting for a while and recently tried the KR collared Myoungshin Fanta and Crown 309 Helpme. The 309 fe…
  • STK wrote: » @blankaex is your JP mount the one with the shorter collar or no collar. I heard the one without the collar did affect game play and that is what the new 309 helpme jp mounting changed. It has a mini collar that fixes the 307s prob…
  • EldritchOnRye wrote: » So I think I have myself talked in to a custom hitbox (assuming I can get over spending cash instead of my stash of Amazon credit for an off the shelf stick) but as I've been doing research it seems like options are few thes…
  • DEZALB wrote: » blankaex wrote: » I also tweeted at them about getting a 6 button plexi as well. No reply yet but we'll see what they say, if anything. havent heard back from Etokki yet, but marvelous customs emailed me. "We can do…
  • ausomecrawl wrote: » Are te-s+ jumping up in price. I don't understand this. People willing to pay 350 dollars for one that is not working http://www.ebay.com/itm/361968643386 Rip Madcatz ;_;7
  • DEZALB wrote: » blankaex wrote: » I'm in the same boat. Surprised no one offers artwork and plexi for the Omni considering how popular it is. There's even a PSD template available on the Etokki site. Please let me know how you go with getting …
  • DEZALB wrote: » The Phantomnaut wrote: » I know the original version of the Omni (runs 1& 2) compared to the following models have a modified Vewlix layout (which I sort of want to return in a new Omni). There are also differences in the…
  • Pr0sk_ wrote: » blankaex wrote: » StrtFghtrMstr wrote: » blankaex wrote: » I want to cut some holes in my stick cases but all I've got are hole saw drill bits and a standard corded drill. Can it be done? I don't think I'll have any …
  • StrtFghtrMstr wrote: » blankaex wrote: » I want to cut some holes in my stick cases but all I've got are hole saw drill bits and a standard corded drill. Can it be done? I don't think I'll have any issues cutting 24mm holes in plastic cases…
  • I want to cut some holes in my stick cases but all I've got are hole saw drill bits and a standard corded drill. Can it be done? I don't think I'll have any issues cutting 24mm holes in plastic cases, but I also want to modify a control panel to …
  • Halbyrd wrote: » Been meaning to post this for a while, kept getting distracted. Here's my custom fightstick: Case and art from Art, Sega P2 layout with the stick spaced out like on the HRAP Kai series. Hori Hayabusa lever with custom balltop a…
  • How and where are you guys mounting PCBs into your Makestick cases? I couldn't really find a good place so I just stuck it in the space under the first 2 columns of buttons with a few cable tie mounts and cable ties. LordFu wrote: » blankaex …
  • ProgressiveBalance wrote: » blankaex wrote: » Been playing with a Myoungshin Fanta lately and it's okay, but I couldn't really warm up to it. Not sure what exactly I didn't like, but the deadzone was huge and the throw feels really far. Maybe …
  • Been playing with a Myoungshin Fanta lately and it's okay, but I couldn't really warm up to it. Not sure what exactly I didn't like, but the deadzone was huge and the throw feels really far. Maybe some actuator or tension mods would've helped, but I…
  • Evolution169 wrote: » So if you disconnect the home button, does everything else work just fine? I would email brooks support myself. This might be something they have experience with. No, the issue still happens when nothing but the US…
  • Thanks for coming! Unfortunately we had very poor internet connection yesterday so it didn't turn out so well, but like you said, it's usually a lot better. The VOD is available on Youtube now though, and it's a lot better than what's on Twitch.
  • PresidentCamacho wrote: » blankaex wrote: » PresidentCamacho wrote: » Sounds like something is causing the home pad to contact ground somewhere. Do you have a multimeter? If that were the case, wouldn't it register the button being …
  • PresidentCamacho wrote: » Sounds like something is causing the home pad to contact ground somewhere. Do you have a multimeter? If that were the case, wouldn't it register the button being held down, not pressed repeatedly? I'm thinking it's…
  • I think I messed up one of my Brook PS3/PS4 PCBs. Whenever I plug it in to a PS3, it will continuously keep registering home button inputs, so it keeps opening and closing the PS menu. Issue happens on my PC as well. I tried a different board (same …
  • hibachifinal wrote: » just my opinion but the myoungshin bat top is really bad quality, mold lines everywhere, easy to scratch, sometimes, sprue points not fully cut, scratching your hand during play. One of the reasons I think we need a better so…
  • Got a Makestick case so I threw some parts in it for the time being. I got a case with Korean mounting so I could collect Korean levers and have something to try them all out in. At the moment it just has a standard Myoungshin Fanta and the matte Ha…
  • Still haven't gotten an email but my Makestick package arrived on my doorstep today lol. Only took a week since ordering, surprisingly quick. Unfortunately they didn't include the wire harnesses for my PCBs so I'm gonna have to try and get in touch …
  • Call2Arms wrote: » @blankaex e-mail noplzz@naver.com He recently resolved an order issue with me, and let me keep afew 303MJ's as an apology. Yeah, I did last week. Good to hear he's responsive, just waiting on the reply now.
  • The Phantomnaut wrote: » blankaex wrote: » wazwuz wrote: » blankaex wrote: » rbuniao wrote: » @wazwuz There's no need to modify the fight stick case (aka drill a 35mm hole) if you install the 309mj. The collar used in the 309mj is …
  • wazwuz wrote: » blankaex wrote: » rbuniao wrote: » @wazwuz There's no need to modify the fight stick case (aka drill a 35mm hole) if you install the 309mj. The collar used in the 309mj is tall enough to have an experience similar to the Fa…
  • @AtLaS808 Not a bad idea. Wish I'd posted before I ordered lol.
  • Threw this together the other day for a Makestick case. Dunno if the case will actually come, but would be nice if it did. Was thinking of doing outlines around the buttons and lever but I couldn't really make it look good so I left it as it is.
  • jopamo wrote: » Looks like the TTT2 is similar to my old SCV stick. I don't have the toggle switches mapped, but here's what I traced last year. Hope it helps. Thanks, exactly what I was after! Hopefully it's not too different.
  • How do I wire up the turbo panel on the old TTT2 Hori stick? Assuming it's common ground and one ribbon corresponds to the buttons and the other to the switches, but would be nice if someone could save me the trouble of investigating and just tell m…
  • rbuniao wrote: » @wazwuz There's no need to modify the fight stick case (aka drill a 35mm hole) if you install the 309mj. The collar used in the 309mj is tall enough to have an experience similar to the Fanta sticks but short enough to fit the sti…
  • MangoFandango wrote: » Decided to change up the artwork on my arcade stick http://i.imgur.com/xzsrEUl.jpg?1 Black buttons don't do it for me. Maybe pink plungers on the three rightmost ones? Also the text on the turbo indicators not being …
  • blankaex wrote: » The Brook PS3/PS4 PCB (not the UFB) says it has "SOCD cleaner support". Does this mean it has a built-in SOCD cleaner or do you need some extra equipment? bump
  • The Brook PS3/PS4 PCB (not the UFB) says it has "SOCD cleaner support". Does this mean it has a built-in SOCD cleaner or do you need some extra equipment?
  • Darksakul wrote: » blankaex wrote: » Darksakul wrote: » blankaex wrote: » What exactly would I need to do with this to add Neo Geo support to a Brook UFB stick? How would I wire everything up? What would the end result look like? …
  • Darksakul wrote: » blankaex wrote: » What exactly would I need to do with this to add Neo Geo support to a Brook UFB stick? How would I wire everything up? What would the end result look like? Neo Geo does not need any PCB, you just nee…