WiiSPii Emerald Green

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Closed up another WiiSPii I had lying around for 3 years yesterday. After some issues with the analog triggers I’ve managed to flash them properly thanks to Aurelio straight from the GC configurator.

Case cost me my left nut from PCBway but it is dyed acrylic. I opted for shielded wire this time for the video since it was a bit noisy in the previous build.

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Hey it even fits in my pocket.
THICC.

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Beautiful build, much wow!
Is it using the gullikit joysticks?
Thanks man! I tried them but they didnt work for me. I just used regular old sticks in the end, couldnt be bothered figuring out why they didnt work :P Maybe someone else can give them a go.
 

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After the struggles you had on the original WiiSPii it's great to see you finally build one and have it go *mostly* smoothly. That emerald case really turned out well even if it did cost an arm and a leg from PCBWay, they do some nice prints over there. Did you plan on adding any screw covers for the top right and left corner screws? Either way, it came out wonderfully! Great work dude!
 
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