Where would I find wiimotes mod kits?

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Feb 27, 2009
  1. KiiWii
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    I'm currently in the process of buying a black knight i-case for the wii, and I was wondering if anyone knew of any one or any site that could help me get my wiimotes modded for player indicator LEDS?

    I'v found a site but its in USA :

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    Click here > scroll to bottom of page

    I just wanna either buy the kit, or buy a premodded one (or two).

    Also looking for black wii remote/nunchuck (chuckii style) casings.

    Any help appreciated.

    KiiWii
    (Currently located in UK)

    (Apologies if this is in the wrong section)
     
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    Member Tichinde925 Marth Ditto Money Match?

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    You cant buy a kit. You have to buy each part separately and build it all yourself.

    I dont know if they have a "Radio Shack" over there, but everything you need is listed in the guide on that website.

    Please Note:

    You will only want to replace the three blue LEDs at the bottom of the controller. Do not add in an LED light under the A button. Doing this will only drain your batteries faster.
     
  3. KiiWii
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    Got rechargeable ones, so not a problem... think I'll have to bite the bullet and send away for some. I cannot find one high street store over here that would sell 0603's... even maplins...

    Ah well, cheers for the reply.
     
  4. WB3000

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    I got my 0603s on eBay. The process was fairly simple, the only issue I had was making sure the + and - all lined up. If your not too sure of your soldering abilities, start on the 4th one, so at least you won't ruin the remote for 1 player gaming. [​IMG]
     

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