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    Daytona USA repairs

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    I've recently picked up a JAP Daytona USA twin for a decent price but there are some small items I need to attend to. Can anyone please recommend someone local (Melbourne) who may be able to do repairs on site?

    I need a steering pot replaced on one machine, VR buttons don't light up on one machine, one machine had a graphics issue for 10 seconds which has now disappeared but I'm sure will reappear (graphics went snowy), and one machine sounds loud with the force feedback (possibly needs a belt replacement?).

    Not sure if I have the patience to attack this on my own at the moment haha.

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    you want ben for onsite .. or jomac for boards you can send away. get him via https://radamusements.com.au his account here seems to be gone
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    Thanks @wiredoug

    What is pspa though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SegaManAU View Post
    Thanks @wiredoug

    What is pspa though?
    here you go - directly to him - https://radamusements.com.au

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    Thanks a lot!! I will get in touch.

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    @wireddoug Just wanted to say a massive thank you.

    Ben came out today after managing to fit me in. My Daytona is working like new. Very happy right now!

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    Hi there,

    I'm in a similar boar in Melbourne - I need to get someone out. How do I contact Ben? I'm new here - Ta

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77model View Post
    Hi there,

    I'm in a similar boar in Melbourne - I need to get someone out. How do I contact Ben? I'm new here - Ta
    You can contact Ben through his website

    https://radamusements.com.au/

    Send an inquiry. He'll get back to you pretty quickly.

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    Question - does anyone know the best way to remove the caps off these steering wheels? I know that you need to pop the cap off with a screw driver but it looks like this has been attempted over many years and people have butchered the cap/wheel. Any pointers would be appreciated.



    My next question is, I want to buy the Japanese version of the steering wheel which I can find brand new but I can't find the metal plate that goes over the wheel anywhere. Does anyone know where these might be available to buy? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SegaManAU View Post
    You can contact Ben through his website

    https://radamusements.com.au/

    Send an inquiry. He'll get back to you pretty quickly.

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    Question - does anyone know the best way to remove the caps off these steering wheels? I know that you need to pop the cap off with a screw driver but it looks like this has been attempted over many years and people have butchered the cap/wheel. Any pointers would be appreciated.

    https://www.picclickimg.com/d/l400/p...ring-Wheel.jpg

    My next question is, I want to buy the Japanese version of the steering wheel which I can find brand new but I can't find the metal plate that goes over the wheel anywhere. Does anyone know where these might be available to buy? Thanks
    https://thumbs.worthpoint.com/zoom/i...1d9cd68077.jpg
    I went through thr process of trying to locate the original wheels and covers and found that I could only source them secondhand via Ebay USA. You may have better luck with it the I did though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berty View Post
    I went through thr process of trying to locate the original wheels and covers and found that I could only source them secondhand via Ebay USA. You may have better luck with it the I did though.
    Cheers. I've found the wheels both on eBay and in Australia but nowhere has the covers. I don't want to pull the trigger on the wheels unless I can get the covers!!

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