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    Help identifying PCB

    Hi All,
    I have a pcb stack marked as thunderbolt but I can't find any image that matches for operation thunderbolt so I wanted to see if anyone could confirm what it was. It appears to have a jamma adapter but without knowing the pcb pinout I don't want to plug it in. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Added more pcbs

    Thanks,
    Andy

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    Looks like bootleg Irem m52 hardware.
    Haven’t heard of Thundebolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by backflipper View Post
    Looks like bootleg Irem m52 hardware.
    Havenít heard of Thundebolt.
    Thanks mate

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    P47 thunderbolt not op thunrderbolt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiredoug View Post
    P47 thunderbolt not op thunrderbolt?
    Thanks Doug. That makes more sense. I couldn't work out why there would be a jamma adapter for operation thunderbolt

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    More pcbs I need to identify if anyone can help. Pics 3 & 4 and 5 & 6 are the different sides of the one stack.
    Thanks

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    The Konami one looks like Sunset Riders.

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    1 street fighter bootleg
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    Thanks guys

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