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  1. That should be adequate. I added a second video card just to run my DMD and back board, but my GTX660 would have been fine
  2. Shut the front door! I was hoping for something like this as I have most of their tables. Beauty! So I assume I create a config file with the following or similar entries. Are there spaces between the = symbol and the surrounding characters? x = 3886 y = 202 height = 426 width = 917 or x=3886 y=202 height=426 width=917
  3. I love the look of this build. Did you need to do anything special to get a 40" LCD into the standard cabinet?
  4. It would depend on the measurements. You might be able to go from 27" to 36" or more. It depends on the LCD size and your budget too. Check this link out http://www.hyperspin-fe.com/forum/showthread.php?4764-Cabinet-amp-Hardware-FAQ
  5. At the very least and if it is cheap enough, it might make a better HyperSpin Project
  6. I managed to completely gut the cabinet today. The parts went to a gentleman in Gatineau who does restorations. I am keeping the playing field as an art piece which I plan to put into a shadow box for the arcade room. I will remove all of the mechanics from the back of the playing field and leave the lights as I thought it would be cool for this art work to be lit up. I have attached a photo of a white nylon nut cover. I am hoping someone can tell me where I can find them or what they are called. As for my pinball build, some of the stainless pieces are in rough shape so I am hoping for some suggestions for buffing them up. I will be re-using as many of the former parts as I can. Now it is ready for sanding, filling and painting. Here are some of the gutted pictures.
  7. That did the trick. The rails are held on by small spiral tacks. I was worried about bending the rails, but they are quite rigid. I finally gutted the cabinet today and will start prepping for painting Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk
  8. Hi Folks, I was able to find a 1978 Williams Widebody version of a pinball table called "Contact". It is not collectable from what I see, so it will be used to create the base of my HyperPin build. I am willing to give away the parts to anyone willing to pay for the shipping costs. Parts that I have available include the following: CPU Board Power Supply Board Driver Board Translite c/w lighted back board Wiring Harnesses I also have original documents as noted below: Manual Supplement Catalogue Programming Manual Wiring Schematic I live near Ottawa, Ontario, so PM me if you are interested. I have a few questions that I am hoping someone can help me with: I would like to remove the stainless steel bars that run down either side of my cabinet so that I can re-finish the woodwork. It appears that they are secured by rounded rivet-style pins (see attached picture). There is nothing protruding on the interior of the cabinet that will allow me to remove these? The stainless steel lockdown bar, side bars, legs and coin door are dull and pitted in some areas. What is the best way to get them super shiny again? The coin return door (flap) does not appear to be stainles steel. What is the best way to buff it out? I have included a link to my Drop Box where I have photos of the items I am giving away as well as photos of the parts I want to restore. Go here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dqb03j4o38tmisx/OQRMpJv3Hi And so starts the great, and long, adventure of my HyperPin Build. BamBam
  9. I have a diagram here http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,137025.msg1414422.html#msg1414422 Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk
  10. Looking forward to more variety. Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk
  11. Aside from a piece of artwork that needs to applied to the front of the CP where the MAME logo is positioned and the installation of the Blue Tron Joystick grips, this bad boy is a wrap. Now it is time to focus on my Pinball Project from my 1978 Williams Widebody version of Contact.
  12. I put all of my Sega roms in a D:\Hyperspin\Emulators\Sega Model 3\roms
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