Ok, continuing lastnights update-
Here's a shot of the psu in place. I had to move the psu holder about 1" to the left because I didn't account for the power cord sticking out on the right side. No biggie, just unscrewed the 4 mounting screws and moved it over.
The psu cradle holds the psu tightly
It actually is pretty much stuck in there which is what I wanted.
I'm not sure if I showed this earlier but I thought I would take a picture just in case. Here is the controller board for the subwoofer. It consists of a volume knob, power led, fuse, and rca input. I had to open the box to drive a couple screws to attach it to the back of the foot control panel.
The next thing I did was cut down a hdd cage left over from a previous project. I thought I was going to have to figure out some way to hold the sides from spreading open like a girl on prom night, but I just had to drill a couple holes and attach some screws into the sides into the hdd's
Here are some pics of the hdd's and preliminary wiring -
The wires dangling in front of the diamond plate are the wire from the power strip and the orange/black power cord. These will be trimmed and spliced together. the white/black wires are for the rear surround speakers. the red/black wire is for the tail-lights which have to be spliced with the brake light switch- then hooked to a 12v power connection on the psu. Everything else is wired up and ready to go besides monitor cord, the cord from the pedals that goes to the wheel, power wires for the screen, ps3, xbox, sub cable from reciever to controller box, and usb cable for xbox-pc controller dongle. I need to try to find a usb splitter/switch so I can have the wheel simultaneously plugged into the ps3 and pc.
Can anyone reccomend a usb splitter/switch for me please!? I would be grateful