Yep, 2.99 kynar 30 gauge wire. Radio Crack Special
Originally Posted by TooMuchActions
just got a wii for my son today and base on the lu564xxxxxx serial number i think i have a D2C Chips like your too and very interest in buying a wasabi mod chip too. instead of doing the moding to the D2C Chips, i am more interest in getting a wii clip(v.5) for the wasabi. so may I ask, does the wasabi work well for you so far. any glitch or problem with any of the back up games you have play so far? how was the firmware updating for the wasabi(via burned dvd disc). thanks for the info or input in advance. have a great day/night.
Last edited by TooMuchActions; 04-20-2008 at 12:49 AM.
its played all my backups perfectly
I just installed my Wasabi today and based on the install od a chip i did on my my old Xbox, this one was a breeze. Though i havnt been able to test to make sure it works yet...seems the torrent world is a bit slow the last few days..
yeah bit slow...been downloading ssbb and mario glaxy the last few day through torrents.
How to mount the wasabi
Well last week I soldered the wasabi. It was quit a job, but erverything works. But what is the best way to secure the wasabi. I used some tape, but I donīt feel confedent about it. Doesnīt it become hot ??
Greetings from Holland,
I used double sided foam tape to secure the wasabi to the wii drive board exactly how the install photo shows. I then put electrical tape over the wires on the chipset since those are the ones that have high risk of breaking their solder joints. You dont need any tape over the chip. I'd imagine the chip will stay cooler w/o tape on top of it. Underneath is where you want it.
Originally Posted by bolliebol