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- May 31, 2019
Part 1 in converting these rare board, and their rarer games, to run in your home. What I thought would be a one day project (like my Beast Busters 64 JAMMA conversion was) has turned into a multi part, multi week odyssey in part selection, wiring, testing, and multimeter pinout building.
Still not done. Games are booting, running fine, but I am missing a pinout for the I/O board (it's not on the schematic) and my I/O board didn't include the rerouted wiring harness that a pinout does exist for.
Basically the process was a) convert my Rev 2 fighting board to a driving board via an I/O pcb swap B) build a network check ground harness for the games to pass network check c) wire up a wheel and pedal set to control the game and D) plug the controls into the game and play it.
D is not done yet lol. 34 pin positions on the control connectors, and 13 pins to connect. Except without a pinout it's anyone's guess where they go! Still more testing and multimeter work to go!
But hopefully soon I will have these rare games running at home on my tv, controllable from my couch!