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Mod Chips Q's –
I just ordered a Neo 2 for my V9 PS2It was mat modchipworld.com (I'm not sure about this vendor yet). I just bought and the only reason I bought it was I have a almost imposibality of doing thoes 5 points on a V9 board the IGH ect.. anyway this chip is like a PCB board that sits over the spots and solders direct to them. has anyone else use this chip and if so are they happy with it or any problems. I would have rathered I got a Matrix or some other type of chip but like i said thoes 5 points I just can't seam to get them on if any of ya have any good Ideas on how I can get thoes points mastered it would help me out because I then could order a better chip and do that install instead. Oh also I'm running low on wire and I can't seam to find any local anyplace on the internet for the wire that we use for these installs. I know is really small gage I just don't recall the number.
ok first off.. what 5 points are you referring to ? also radioshack sells 30 awg wire.
Well I'm talking about I,H,G,B,A I thought you got the Idea from my post because I said IGH ect.. anyway. our raidoshack here is really getto and doesn't carry 30 gage wire had to drive like 30 more miles to find one that had .015 dia solder. so that tells ya how our area is.
Can you list the equipment you're using? perhaps your soldering iron's tip is too big, or your solder is too thick etc. (0.015cm/inch? mm? I get 0.56mm solder), do you use any desoldering braid?
I use some solder braid and my iron tip is a really fine pointed tip. I'm not sure what size but its pretty small I ca't seam to find any smaller. I didn't know they made smaller solder than .015 I'll try looking for that that might help. but wire size might help too I can't seam to fit a 30 gage wire into that hole to help balance it out. I can do PS2 V7's and V5 no problems but the new ones I just seam to get stuck with these smaller points. put a link for a good tip to use on the iron I'll see if thats what I'm using.