Purchased off an AA user on FB (thanks Greg!) So here it is! The project cab! And boy is it going to be one hell of a project. I put a WTB post to get an L2M2 kit in preparation for this... I just didn't expect it to come so quick on both the project cab and the L2M2 kit. Nevertheless, it has happened so I now have this mammoth task to to. The end goal is for this to be a Sega model 2 emulation cab (I'll take model 3 or Naomi as well if it's possible, but the main objective is model two true FFB like the aecade). I will interface the original parts with a logitech Driving Force pcb using the L2M2 kit. I've never worked with a racer before so this is going to take a while. I haven't spent that much time with it today as I'm occupied doing othet things but the quick 30 or so minutes I spent on it, here's what I found: Chassis needs major work. I'm not sure if Joey can fix this. I'll email him and see if it's doable. The neck board is almost in two pieces! I'm not sure if the tube is functional... I always thought these were 29 inch? I wonder why this is a 26 inch. I have a spare 29 inch tube and MS9 and would've much preferred to use my spare than have to look for a new or replace the chassis and possibly tube. The sides are shot! Don't have any major issues with this as I have plans to replace it with Daytona sides (I'm going to assume they fit perfectly fine? The shifter, pedal, wheel are all intact, but I'm not sure if they are operational. And the game storage section.... A whole spaghetti of wires.. This is going to be the most challenging build to date. Anyone know where you can buy these 12 core wires? To do/buy: - I would say clean, but I want to test functionality before anything, so the first thing is to get the chassis sorted - wire up mains to the step down and connect the monitor - quickly wire up a jamma harness and switching psu to test the monitor - purchase a logitech Driving Force so the L2M2 can be connected up - purchase a JPAC to connect the PC to the CRT monitor (will need to use CRT Emudriver) - wire up the ffb, L2M2 and logitech Driving Force pcb - purchase a daytona vr button panel - start configuring the pc to ensure it all works - once all that is done and confirmed, then I'll spend time on the aesthetics - clean thoroughly - purchase daytona sides - purchase daytona seat back - start playing! I seriously thought my guncon/Namco gun project was daunting... That had nothing on how overwhelmed I currently am taking on this project! If anyone has input or has done something similar, please feel free to add your comments or insight. I'm going to need as much help as I possibly can.