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  1. kikaso

    Introductions Gerard

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    FS: Thinning the herd (PCBs)

    Flying Shark sold! Only one board remaining. Crazy offers for a janky ‘90s Street Fighter II clone are welcome.
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    FS: Thinning the herd (PCBs)

    It’s a really good shooter for learning the basics. I’ve always pushed Flying Shark and Aerofighters (the first one) as really good shooters to learn fundamentals
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    FS: Thinning the herd (PCBs)

    Taito F3 sold!
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    +5v Neo Geo MVS pinout

    What power supply are you using?
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    Building Arcade Cabinet, Technical Thread

    I personally haven’t had issues with the -5V but I wouldn’t rule it out for others. There’s a date code on the RT-125 but you have to disassemble. I know folks here have been able to return older revisions for a newer one but I don’t know which dates to avoid. Hopefully someone can chime in.
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    Building Arcade Cabinet, Technical Thread

    I love the RT-85A. Have owned several and have never had any load issues.
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    Hi from The Netherlands

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    Howdy Everyone

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    Sega Lindbergh - Resurrection

    Ooh baby looking forward to this
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    Hello from Missouri

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    Sanwa PM1723D needs isolation transformer?

    My Mini Cute Sanwa chassis has no isolation transformer.
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    Greetings from Mexico!

    Welcome! That’s a great collection you and your dad have.
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    Anyone know where to buy complete PVM cap kits?

    Savon Pat has a color and geometry cap kit for that PVM. I don’t know of anyone selling entire kits.
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    Blast City Rewire

    Have you tried ferrite cores? I had a similar issue with a NAOMI and adding ferrite helped a bit but didn’t solve. Slick mounting plate
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    Hello from Colorado!

    Yes! Arcade cat!
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    Hello from Colorado!

    Nice setup but where’s the cat? Welcome!
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    SNK Neo50 II with new BenQ projection

    Wow that looks great! Nicely done