(Topic ID: 232770)

Pioneer vs. Spirit of 76 mechanical differences?


By DaveBuckholts

5 months ago



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#1 5 months ago

Are the similarities in the mechanical/wiring
such that they are interchangeable to some extent?
I’m retheming a SO76 and have a line on a Pioneer parts machine.
The wiring on the SO76 machine is faded terribly and would make tracing wires a nightmare. I’m hoping I could use the Pioneer wiring loom to replace much of the SO76 loom.

#2 5 months ago

The playfields are exactly the same.

The head relay boards and main relay boards are different between the games.

There may be some similarities in terms of wiring colors but not predictably.

#3 5 months ago

Let's really complicate things now. Throw in a Gottlieb New York pin, it's an add a ball version of Pioneer

#4 5 months ago
Quoted from 0geist0:

Let's really complicate things now. Throw in a Gottlieb New York pin, it's an add a ball version of Pioneer

That’s definitely not what I need.
I have a line on a SO76 parts machine.
That will uncomplicate things tremendously!
Thanks guys.

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