Ohh that's awesome, tester must be a fun job! That game is fun, a lot of people that like it want it to be an xbox 360 download arcade one day. It had some MK characters too which was fun : )
Here is a picture inside my machine, you can see KI1 in the middle, and UMK3 and MK2 are on the left. The right side will house MK4 and MK1.
I just purchased MK4 today I'll soon have all the games in one cabinet.
Tim...PLEASE get rid of that abhorred Ebay Umk3 bezel. If you want, I can e-mail you the bezel move cards that I made up...
I know man, its UGLY. It came as it. Funny story: There is a dead bug trapped where Motaro is. lol YUCK.
But I dont even want one on it. I dont really need it, to be honest. I mean, if it was a dedicated cab, maybe.
I wish you could come over and help me remove it and fix my control panel! lol
Edit: You know what, I wouldnt mind having those cards just because
Do you not know how to remove the monitor glass? I am sending the cards your way..
Tim. I want the original picture of the first one in post #27. Looks like someone doesn't like showing us how he looks. And btw, is that a TV or Monitor? How big is it?
Hah Jinko I noticed that too. Either that or he has a big bug on his camera lens.
Tim it's VERY easy to take out the glass and control panel. Just reach in the coin door, and reach up to the sides and there are two latches. Once the latches are open, the control panel should swing towards you. Then there is only a screw or two to take the glass out.
As far as the Run buttons, you need to drill two 1.187 holes into the control panel. The last page of the Mortal Kombat 3 Kit manual has a layout template you can print to make sure you put the hole in the right place.
But most control panels have a metal "overlay" that'll be harder to drill through, and I'd recommend for that to just get a replacement MK3 one off of eBay. That'll make lining up the RUN button hole a lot easier to make in the wood. Not sure what your cabinet has, as it looks like everything was covered up. Do you know what's behind it?
Yeah, I figured thats how it worked. I've seen it done many times, I just never did it myself. I dont even have my panel latched in. You can pull it right off, lol
Yeah, I have the layout downloaded and all, but what kind of drill you i need? I dont own many of my own. I know my uncle has lots of them. The MK2 control panel has stickers on it, so it shouldnt be hard. And its just a black cab painted purple for UMK3. eh.