Wavebird Inside A Wired Gamecube Controller

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  1. Madmorda Painting Queen Staff Member . . .

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    I had a day off school the other day and decided to spend it on the first of many wavebird related projects. This is a lightly trimmed wavebird that I fit inside of a standard GCC shell.
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    The battery is a PowerA 2.4v rechargeable battery pack for the Xbox One controller, and fits perfectly in the left handle.
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    This is the front and back of the board, you can see I didn't have to wire much back up.
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    You can check out my Wavebird board scans here if you'd like to do a similar project :) Everything you need is in here.
    https://bitbuilt.net/forums/index.php?threads/wavebird-board-scans-and-documentation.1668/
     
  2. ghostavel .

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    wow great job as usual Madmorda , i think ll give a this a try.
    thanks for the scans :)
     
  3. Madmorda Painting Queen Staff Member . . .

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    No problem :) let me know if you need any help
     
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  4. Diminuendo .

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    Sploosh.
     
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    I literally just realized that i can try to do this once I'm done with my joy-bird mod because I'll have an extra set of wavebird innards! Ooh I'm excited!
     

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