I had a customer that wanted a Razer stick modded for PS4, so he shipped it to me directly from Amazon. He wanted a visual documentation of the process, so I took extra care and took a LOT of photos. I just realized I forgot to show where the other side of the wires went, but basically since there is an extra set of pins that connect to the buttons, I used wires similar to these to solder one side to the FC4, and the other end gets placed onto the pin headers. Minimal soldering needed, very stable, and easy to undo!
Anyway, onto the photos! Hover over the photos to see my caption and click to enlarge.
Here we go!
Noticed some scuffs
Another scuff 🙁
Out of the bag
Where the goods are
Unscrew these 2 screws
These as well
Removed USB wires
Front of FC4
Tinned/prepped FC4 backside
Prepped ImpV2 (Front)
Prepped ImpV2 (Back)
Soldered USB wires
Switch wire to A/Cross button under main PCB
Tinned wires ready to go onto FC4
Soldered USB from both systems to ImpV2 (follow Basic Guide)
This mod was only possible due to the amount of space in the VS. With a total of 6 PCBs this system is playable on any legacy console, Xbox One, PS3, 360, and has LED buttons. $380 including the clear buttons
I ended up doing two of these for one customer. These use an impV2 for switching consoles, a cerberus for PC/PS3 and an xbox one controller. This mod runs $200 plus return shipping . This tournament has wireless disabled and is 100% tournament legal.
This uses all white sanwa buttons including 4 OBSF-24KK buttons for the directions. This is modded with a TE Kitty for multi console support and also uses a Toodles SOCD cleaner. This required a custom metal panel and plexi from www.thegamesurgeons.com (no longer available 🙁 )
This stick has a custom plexi with engraving and he opted for Sanwa smoke buttons. This is dual modded using a Toodles ChImp, and LED modded using a Toodles FGWidget and ArcEye 2’s wired only for red. I added a Sanwa black mesh balltop and Shadaloo aluminum feet as a finishing touch.
I’ve modded the PS3 version of the Chun Li TE with the Remora. The Remora is designed for xbox due to the pinouts from the pcb. They do not match up with the pins on the Remora. I rewired the ribbons to match and, while messy, worked. First try, even! Here’s a video: