Been surfing about working up the motivation to "fix" some more of my computers. I've been wanting to put an accelerator in my SE/30 for about 7 years, and haven't found the requisite adapter to make my Daystar 40MHz PowerCache work. As I understand it, the Daystar accelerators are all designed with the IIci in mind. I'm not having any luck here, and I'd really like to bring the old girl back online with some faster parts.
I finally found the pin outs for the two different PDS's (the 030 variety in the SE/30 and the one in the IIci) that need to be brought together- along with a comment that the two are physically different, electrically the same, and involve two different clock speeds. My question is to those of you lucky SE/30 owners with Daystar accelerators- what the heck does the adapter look like? Is it a passive device that just makes a wiring bridge with a few other parts thrown in? Or, as I'm afraid, does it have a bunch of other stuff that is virtually impossible for me to hack together. I'd like to have a go at making the adapter- heck, there would be a market for the things.
Which, I guess brings me to a more pragmatic question- is anyone willing to part with theirs?