TerryJ
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  • Hey there, I was sent here by a friend of mine who let me know that youre professional when it comes to modifying controllers. I originally came to my friend for information in regards to adding in a fan and air holes for my controller. Although he said that he couldnt do it, he recommended me coming here to see if you can let me know anything about this.
    Hey TerryJ, can you use WiiFlow to boot straight to 20XX when you turn your Wii on? I've almost sorted it out so that when I turn my Wii on it goes straight to nintendont, and then I have it set to autoboot 20XX but it still takes like 5 seconds as it has to navigate through nintendont. I'm a perfectionist and want 20XX to start up when I turn my Wii on, have you managed this?
    Hey terry j , I want to add 4 LEDs to my controller and have them stay on at all times. I read that you use the black and yellow header cables and use a resistor in the yellow wire to positive leg of led. If I were to add more than 1 LEDs , can I run them off 1 resistor? Or should all LEDs have its own. I will first test this out in my 3rd party controller
    TerryJ
    TerryJ
    It'll work just fine with one resistor.
    mattergamer47
    mattergamer47
    Okay thanks TerryJ
    Hey TerryJ, I might have the wrong person but I think my stalker-fu has guided me correctly.

    I can't find any kind of decent information on one of those fan mods, and was thinking maybe you could help out.

    Either by simply guiding me in the right direction, or do all the work and get paid. Whichever works best for you, lmk.
    And sorry if this is the wrong person.
    TerryJ
    TerryJ
    Your stalker-fu has guided you to the right man. The reason you aren't able to find much info on it is because I haven't really posted a whole lot about it other than in GameCubeScrubb's Custom Controller thread, we were working together for a bit.

    I'm always happy to help people make their own DIY mods if that's what you're looking for, hit me up with a private message and we can try to work something out.
    hey dude, I've come across these dope LEDs https://www.adafruit.com/products/679. Thinking of slapping some of them in my controller... do you know how much voltage/current I can get if I piggyback off of the gamecube contrller's rumble supply?
    SpaceJello
    SpaceJello
    only 3.4 v
    TerryJ
    TerryJ
    **** I totally forgot to reply to this ages ago. Sorry about that.

    The 3.4v line is for the data to the controller board, the red one. You do not want to tap into that or your controller will stop working.
    TerryJ
    TerryJ
    The yellow cable is what you want to tap into. It supplies 5 volts to the the Rumble but you won't be needing that if you want LED's. If you want the LED's to flash when the game would otherwise rumble, instead of using the yellow cable use the two rumble pins near the bottom of the board.
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