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Peabo

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  1. I was cleaning up and noticed I had some surplus parts left over from building my fullsize cabinet, so I decided to build a half scale cabinet with the parts. I started with Mameman's Willams Standard cabinet plan and scaled it down. The widened the cabinet to fit the 22" playfield monitor that I had. I also widened to backbox to accommodate the hinges. I bought some foam core and did a mock up to see how it all looked and how the monitors fit. Everything moc'd up well, so off to Lowes I went for some plywood. I picked up a sheet of 3/4" Maple(no birch, maple this year) plywood. Spent a Saturday afternoon creating the cabinet. Added a tilting tray for the playfield. First attempt: I used Williams' backbox hinges and cut them down.
  2. I have a spare EVGA 750ti 1gb card if anyone's interested. They've been selling for $60ish on ebay. Send me a PM and I'll cut you deal
  3. Looks like a Bally standard case like mine. A 40" Vizio will fit with some routing to the case
  4. Zebulon - I've been using the unit for about a week now and have nothing bad to report yet. The plunger works reliably and consistantly. I do notice that tracking isn't 100% with the plunger, what I mean by that is if you pull the plunger out quickly, the video plunger lags behind a bit. I don't think it's an issue, as it's the same everytime. I'm posting this here because I can't access your website from my office (blocked by the proxy)
  5. Installed the kit over the weekend, very easy install and clean. No issues getting it working, the centering works great and the plunger worked out of the box. Very happy thus far
  6. I added a Bally knocker to the cabinet this weekend. The results are better than expected! I'm using Williams/Bally Knocker Assembly pbl_B-10686-1 and powering it on 24v. I'm using the Ledwiz to trigger a sainsmart relay. The only drawback to this setup is that when the system is powered on, the relay board cycles a couple of times (knocker goes off during this).
  7. I received my package on Friday, I haven't had a chance to install it yet, but will get it done this week
  8. Hopefully I'll get some time to work on it this week. Next step is to get the speaker/dmd bezel painted and the shadow box built Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Nice work! Very clean
  10. Added some under cab lighting and got the playfield trim done. The wiring of the rgb flashers is next on my list, as well as painting the dmd/speaker face plate.
  11. Beautiful cabinet! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I use a Smart power strip to power on the cabinet when the PC powers on. This is the strip I use http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004DZO090/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 When the PC powers on/off the slave outlets do the same.
  13. Thanks all! I loaded up Cirqus Voltaire Platinum last night and it looks amazing! Very pleased with this build
  14. Since it's for a car, I'll bet that green wire is the "remote on" lead that would goto the head unit. If it is the remote on, it just needs 12v to it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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