What is your custom fight stick recipe?


#1

Recently in the arcade stick thread some people have asked for what you could consider a shopping list on building a custom stick and others have suggested a “fight stick recipe” thread. So inspired by that, I thought I would get the thread started.

Here is my Pink Heart Stick and recipe w\ links:

From tek-innovations.com:
[LIST][]TEK-CASE S1-B (all clear, left 24mm/Neutrik, right 24mm/24mm)
[
]JLF Plexi Mount (fluorescent red)
[]TEK-Case Side Decors (hearts/fluorescent red)
[
]Weight Slots (clear)
[]PCB Pieces (clear, for the extra wire hook)
[
]Arrowed Dust Washer (clear, JLF - W/Shaft Cover Version)[/LIST]

From lizardlick.com:
[LIST][]Sanwa JLF-TP-8YT-SK Joystick
[
]Sanwa JLF-H Wiring Harness
[]Seimitsu LB-39 Bubble Top, Pink
[
]Seimitsu PS-14-KN 30mm Pushbutton, Pink (x8)
[]Seimitsu PS-14-DNK 24mm Pushbutton, Pink (x3)
[
]Neutrik NAUSB-W-B A/B USB Feed-Through, Black
[]Belkin USB A/B Cable, 6-inch
[
]StarTech USB Cable, Male A/B, 10 Foot Clear
[]LL Quick Connect, .110" Insulated (x22, I got 40 to be safe)
[
]LL 22 AWG Stranded Wire, Red (x20, again extra to be safe)
[*]LL 22 AWG Stranded Wire, Gray (x20)[/LIST]

From focusattack.com:
[LIST][*]AKISHOP PS360 TRI MOD JOYSTICK PCB[/LIST]

From FURRYLETTERS eBay Store:
[LIST][*]1/4 BRAIDED EXPANDABLE SLEEVING N PINK TECHFLEX 25ft[/LIST]

And I am pretty sure that is everything. I am planning on some changes (new shaft cover, new dust cover, button inserts, leds), but for now that is exactly what my custom stick has. Post yours!


#2

http://shoryuken.com/f177/check-out-my-new-arcade-stick-thread-part-deux-201537/index671.html#post10356288
http://shoryuken.com/f177/not-another-agetec-thread-guide-worklog-267745/

I didn’t feel like reposing that image for the 5th time now.

Part List:
1 Agetec Dreamcast Controller
1 Toodles ChImp
1 Mad Catz Street Fighter IV Fight Pad for Xbox 360 (Chun Li)
1 Startec 15’ USB cable
1 Dreamcast controller cable (can be from the Agetec controller)
1 Sanwa JFL
1 Sanwa Joystick wire harness.
1 Seimitsu LS-32 spring (For JLF)
1 JLF circular restrictor
2 8 position terminal strips European style
2 Green Sanwa OBSN-24
6 Seimitsu PS-14-GNC 30mm Pushbuttons
2 20mm Push buttons (Select and Guide) I reused the stick’s stock start button.
2 DB-9 connectors Male
1 DB-9 connector Female
2 DB-Hoods Shielded
1 USB-B port
4 very small Phillips machine screws with nuts
Plenty of Wire 22- 28 gauge
Assorted cable zip ties
wire tie mounts, self adhesive.
3M Double Sided foam tape
Solder
Hot Glue

And a Dash of Nutmeg

Tools:
Phillips Screw Driver
Flat Head Screw Driver
T10 torx screwdriver
Pliers
Wire Cutters
Wire Strippers
Dremel with Grinding stone
Soldering iron
Exacto knife
Hot Glue gun


#3

http://www.flickr.com/photos/47398467@N03/5566193379/


#4

#5

Just posted mine, so no need to photo post. http://shoryuken.com/f177/check-out-my-new-arcade-stick-thread-part-deux-201537/index691.html#post10445948

Akihabarashop being:
1 Seimitsu LS-32-01
1 Seimtsu RE Mounting Plate
6 Seimitsu PS-14-KN
2 Seimitsu PS-14-DN
1 Seimitsu LB-39, drilled
1 Seimitsu HP-5
16 AT-110
16 Taito Vinyl Sleeves
1 MC Cthulhu
1 Imp

1 Neutrik NE8FDP-B RJ45
1 Neutrik Boot, yellow
1 FGWidget LED controller from Toodles
6 Arc Eyes from purplearms
1 madcatz fightpad
1 Terminal Strip
1 Hollow LS-32 shaft

1 TEK-CASE S1-A with artwork and etching
1 custom etched dustwasher
1 artwork by d3v

Lots of wire. 28 gauge AWG for connecting PCBs and arc eyes. 24 gauge AWG for connecting to buttons. ~50 feet used, plan to bring at least 75 to be super safe.
Yellow TechFlex, 1/4" size
Yellow Heat Shrink tubing, 1/4" size
Solder. Leaded solder. No kind recipe custom Arcade Stick should be without.
Liquid Flux.
Hot glue.
System cables
RJ45 plugs
RJ45 boots
Yellow 3mm LED

Tools:
Soldering iron
Needle nose pliers
Diagonal nose pliers
Screwdrivers, lots of screwdrivers
Wire strippers
Hozan P-706
Scissors
Locking Hemostats
Hot glue gun
Helping Hands
Multimeter
RJ45 Crimpers
Dremel with drill bit
C-ring pliers

Instructions: No instructions included.