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Street Fighter club, all welcome.....ready, set, shoot!

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#1101 2 years ago

Is there any way to set a Street Fighter Pinball on Free play other than just having it turn on into tournament mode?

Thanks.

#1102 2 years ago

If I remember correctly, freeplay was only enabled in tournament mode. You can still alter the game setup to your liking.

#1103 2 years ago
Quoted from chadryan44:

Anyone have a hack to allow the playfield to slide easier on the cabinet slides? Both of my Gottlieb system 3s are difficult to slide but SF2 is really difficult. Always fun when I need to service something.

Silicon grease maybe?

#1104 2 years ago

I will be needing a Red Car for the Car Crunch. Let me know.

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#1105 2 years ago

I added some speaker grills, custom flipper buttons and lighting on the front.
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#1106 2 years ago

Nice machine!

#1107 2 years ago

You gotta swap that translight out lol

I really like the speakers.

#1108 2 years ago

Speakers are dope. You should sell that mod.

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#1109 2 years ago

Hello all!

I'm working on repairing an SF2 machine and the connections of the coin door have been all stripped off
I'm looking for a picture of the inside of the door, where i could see the connectors A10J1/A10P1 and also the location of the A24 board (front door interface).
Can someone help me with this? It would be greatly appreciated!

#1110 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

Hello all!
I'm working on repairing an SF2 machine and the connections of the coin door have been all stripped off
I'm looking for a picture of the inside of the door, where i could see the connectors A10J1/A10P1 and also the location of the A24 board (front door interface).
Can someone help me with this? It would be greatly appreciated!

Here you go. Let me know if you need other/more detailed photos of something. Do you have the manual?
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#1111 2 years ago

Excellent, thanks for taking the time!
I do have a manual, but it definitely helps a lot to see pictures like this.

#1112 2 years ago

Just dropping a cool pic here... an angle of the game you don't see every day

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#1113 2 years ago

I may need help again with my SF2 wiring... I'm looking for a picture of the diode mounted on the cabinet wall next to the knocker... I would appreciate if it was possible to see its polarity and the colors of the wires soldered to it... I could not find a good reference to it in the manual.

Thanks in advance!

#1114 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

I may need help again with my SF2 wiring... I'm looking for a picture of the diode mounted on the cabinet wall next to the knocker... I would appreciate if it was possible to see its polarity and the colors of the wires soldered to it... I could not find a good reference to it in the manual.
Thanks in advance!

The band on the diode is toward the back of the cabinet. Rear wires are black/red, front wires are green/red.

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#1115 2 years ago

Great pic, thanks! So the diode is apparently used only for the coin meter... no big deal then.

I can see you don't like the sound of your knocker And that you added a lot of leds!

#1116 2 years ago
Quoted from NickBudlight:

Got this Pinball Last Year at the York Pinball Show
The machine is a Reimport. Lots of work.
Backglass is Shot
Coin door is a mess no parts just a shell
Playfeild is unshopped an has been for some time now.
No Legs
Rusted side Rails
No Lock down Bar.
Game Sorta Boots.
No Car on the Car Crunch
So far got the boards running
Sent the boards to Coin op Cauldron
CPU Need new ram battery an a few Chips.
Need a new driver board completely dead ,every MosFET Open. Never seen that before.
Bought New NOS Ramps, Mini playfield , Sticker kit form Steve Young @ Pinball Resource
Got a New NOS Backglass
New Stargate Coils to the stargate ramps both sides
Got all the parts Need for the Coin Door Set back Up for Coin Op
Got a Set of legs an Lock Down Bar
Working on the bottom Playfield Now
Got the Star Gate Coils in
Cleaned The Hobbit Trail Ramps. They where Black
Checked Fuses They where all OVER AMP.
I put the right Fuses in. Hopefully By the end of the mouth I will be able to drop the playfield back into the cabinet.
Also working the Car Crush . It is working trying to make a Car for this (Next Project)
Waiting on the Legs Side Rails, an Lock Down Bar to get powder coated.[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Hey good news the pinball resource has brand new oem decal sets and upper playfields for these tables. Get em while they exist!

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#1117 2 years ago

Ok... So I have another newbie question... where is the switch B1 ??? (right wire ramp, optical). I know where the B0 is (top right ramp, optical), but not the B1 and it's always registering as "closed" on my machine.
Thanks!

#1118 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

Ok... So I have another newbie question... where is the switch B1 ??? (right wire ramp, optical). I know where the B0 is (top right ramp, optical), but not the B1 and it's always registering as "closed" on my machine.
Thanks!

It should be this one that gets triggered from the GUILE shot.

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#1119 2 years ago
Quoted from latenite04:

It should be this one that gets triggered from the GUILE shot.
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isn't this one A1 ?
I still cannot find B1 in the manual diagram! weird...

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#1120 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

isn't this one A1 ?
I still cannot find B1 in the manual diagram! weird...[quoted image]

You are right. I don't know where B1 is. The only other reference in the manual I saw to it was on the switch matrix page. It looks like it connects to one of the quad opto boards on the bottom of the car crunch. You could try and trace the wires, or inspect the board for any damaged components. I guess you could also swap the two opto boards and see if the error goes away.
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#1121 2 years ago

Anyway I'm about to start a full shop job (as you can see below, my pin needs it!), so I will disassemble most of what's on top of the playfield... I will find this switch And will let you know.

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#1122 2 years ago

Might I recommend this video. Great tear down. I plan on referencing it during my upcoming cliffy install.

#1123 2 years ago

SFII is a straightforward tear down. I'm pretty novice at the pinball hobby and I've managed to do it twice. I did snap off a few bolts that had loctite and had to replace.

#1124 2 years ago
Quoted from smitherssp:

Might I recommend this video. Great tear down. I plan on referencing it during my upcoming cliffy install.

Thanks! The little I did so far gave me confidence the playfield will clean up very well. I does not look good today, but it's just dirt and underneath it's in very good shape.

The only thing I'm not too sure about are the metal ramp flaps... They're a bit rusty but I never removed/put back rivets like this... Any advice?

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#1125 2 years ago

Curious if anyone has tried to create alt translite artwork featuring Guile? I'm proficient enough at Photoshop to use an existing high res Guile image and drop it into an existing template, but I'm not talented enough to create the Guile art myself.

Malenko's Ryu variant is stunning and I like the SNES variant, but Col. Guile is my guy.

#1126 2 years ago

Thoughts on this as a topper?
https://fanfitgaming.com/product/fight-neon-light-street-fighter/

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#1127 2 years ago

Anyone somewhat local to me want to leave this fine club?

#1128 2 years ago
Quoted from smitherssp:

Might I recommend this video. Great tear down. I plan on referencing it during my upcoming cliffy install.

Im really humbled, thank you, so glad it can help someone

#1129 2 years ago

If anyone needs a NOS car:
ebay.com link: 0

ebay.com link: 0

Personally I'd get LateNights LED car over this but I know some of you are purists.

#1130 2 years ago

Clean up day!
I guess it's enough tear down to do a good cleaning job...

And...... I stopped trying removing posts after breaking two
beginner's mistake! (and f*&#$% loctite!)

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#1131 2 years ago

I found 3 nails like the one in the picture below... Should I get rid of them?

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#1132 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

I found 3 nails like the one in the picture below... Should I get rid of them?[quoted image]

Those are from the factory. I assume to prevent ball hangups or stop a plastic from flexing. I would leave them.

#1133 2 years ago

Thanks latenite... I thought they were added at some point. It's almost the only pieces that are rusty on the playfied... I'll leave them.

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#1134 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

Thanks latenite... I thought they were added at some point. It's almost the only pieces that are rusty on the playfied... I'll leave them.

If they are rusty I would replace them with galvanized ones, or try to clean them with never dull. They are just nails should be easy to pull/source/replace

#1135 2 years ago

How to disassemble this part (chun li kick flipper) ?? pull hard from the bottom ? unscrew ?
(I want to replace the white plastic bat)

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#1136 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

How to disassemble this part (chun li kick flipper) ?? pull hard from the bottom ? unscrew ?
(I want to replace the white plastic bat)[quoted image]

Watch my video, maybe it will help?
I timecoded it from a little before I remove the bat:

#1137 2 years ago

Thanks! I indeed managed to take it off from the playfield... My question (which was not clear) was more about separating the plastic bat from the shoe/shaft.

#1138 2 years ago
Quoted from matiou:

How to disassemble this part (chun li kick flipper) ?? pull hard from the bottom ? unscrew ?
(I want to replace the white plastic bat)[quoted image]

There's a lip on the plastic flipper that can bend the metal when you pull it off. If you don't want to keep the old plastic flipper I would cut the bottom and bend up the sides to make it easier to remove.

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#1139 1 year ago

Stating to come alive...

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#1140 1 year ago

you make me miss my street fighter pin

#1141 1 year ago

Street fighter 2 is such a friggin cool tournament game!

#1143 1 year ago

In the club and stoked .My brother has always loved this game I’ve never played it but kinda like everything about it.
The art ,the backglass ha ha I think it’s great.love the music
I have one concern though
The first couple days at start up I would get a “bing” chime like normal
But today at start up several times when I would turn it on before the “bing” there is a very high pitched squeal for a a second or two
Was wondering what was wrong
Any help would be appreciated thank you great game
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#1144 1 year ago
Quoted from Spacemanratso09:

In the club and stoked .My brother has always loved this game I’ve never played it but kinda like everything about it.
The art ,the backglass ha ha I think it’s great.love the music
I have one concern though
The first couple days at start up I would get a “bing” chime like normal
But today at start up several times when I would turn it on before the “bing” there is a very high pitched squeal for a a second or two
Was wondering what was wrong
Any help would be appreciated thank you great game

Welcome to the club, that machine looks really clean. My machine has always made the loud squeal at startup so I think it's normal. I feel like it's always worse if I have had the machine on, turned it off for a few minutes to work on something and then turned it back on again.

#1145 1 year ago

I like how the coin door bar looks on this game. LOL

#1146 1 year ago
Quoted from Spacemanratso09:

In the club and stoked .My brother has always loved this game I’ve never played it but kinda like everything about it.
The art ,the backglass ha ha I think it’s great.love the music
I have one concern though
The first couple days at start up I would get a “bing” chime like normal
But today at start up several times when I would turn it on before the “bing” there is a very high pitched squeal for a a second or two
Was wondering what was wrong
Any help would be appreciated thank you great game
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I approve of the game and the guitar

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#1147 1 year ago

Finally Ready...
Complete Overhaul
This was a Reimport From Brazil....

Total basket case when I got it.....

New NOS Backglass...
New NOS Ramps...
Cabinet Touch Up
Playfield Touch Up
Complete Top Shop Job .
White LED's in the GI
New Rubbers.
Complete under side Playfeild shop
New flippers, New Stargate Coils.
Bright Orange T molding around the Head.
Bright Orange Powder Coated Side Rails , Legs Lock down Bar.
All New parts in Coin Door.
New Hardware for Legs an Rails
Set up on coins...
Boards where repaired or replaced.

Looks Better than when it started.

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#1148 1 year ago

My Street Fighter II is working about 95% The Game Boots Plays /Scores Fine . However There is one known problem.
The issue I am having is after Torpedo Multi ball an the last ball drains. The Game comes up with your Torpedo Total an stays there. Nothing added to the score just plays music an cycles the flashers. It is like the Game is Stuck In this Mode or Something. Any Help ?? Thanks Jr

-Tried a different CPU ----Same thing.

-Tried Different Game ROM ---- Same thing.

#1149 1 year ago

I reset the game to factory settings.. it seems to working fine now....

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#1150 1 year ago

I found this at Lucky. It was $20 on sale a week ago.

https://www.luckybrand.com/street-fighter-tee/7M84334.html

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