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June 18th, 2006, 11:07
Well, I noticed that alot of the new pass through devices have really slimmed down, since they don't need a real DS game in the slot for verification anymore, but the GBA carts are still bulky and extend past the thresh-hold of the bottom of the DS/DS-Lite.

So I was wondering if any GBA cart manufacturer has made one especially for the DS-Lite that is the same size as the GBA space filler, thus retaining the DS-Lite's sexy, smooth finish.

Now, I know this probably sounds ridiculously O.C.D., but I want my DS to look perfect.

While I'm at it, I was wondering if anyone could help me find a well priced package that contains a pass through DS cart (That doesn't bulge out) and a GBA cart that is wither 1gb or is a SD (Original SD, not mini or micro) adapter.

Thank you guys for your help, I am looking towards a price of $0-$75 for both of these devices.

Best regards,


The Hombrew Hunter
June 18th, 2006, 14:36
Superkey and Supercard SD. $56 something USD, with shipping I think...

Supercard SD-29.20 with 4.10 shipping USD

Superkey-21.50 plus 0.08 kg (each .5kg is 20.50 so do the math)USD

The Supercard SD will probably stick out a bit more than the DS Lite, but the only Supercard that is GBA shaped is MiniSD and costs an extra $10 USD.

For the Supercard SD-


For the Superkey-


Have fun.

PS:Shipping is based on North America. Look around for Shipping Details to figure out your shipping cost.

June 18th, 2006, 16:02
Though I haven't fully researched them, I believe both the G6Lite and the NinjaDS do not jut out of the DS Lite's GBA slot.

Apparently the former is expensive as hell, however. And I'm not sure if they're even out yet, so don't quote me on any of this.

Hope that helps a bit.

- ObsidianIdeals

[Edit:] The G6 Lite apparently isn't nearly as expensive as I was told. It is limited, however, to only 512mb (4gigbit), so it may not be worth it.

June 18th, 2006, 17:01
So is this everything i need? I will be able to load the card up and have no further issues if i get these 3 things?




And, I will be able to load NDS without needing to solder, or alter my ds at all?

The Hombrew Hunter
June 18th, 2006, 17:05
You should be, but make sure with others. From what I understand yes, but...make sure with people on these forums who have these things. They are my items of choice later (but the SD free from my uncle(YES!)) when I sell my Chrono Trigger for 25$...

Good luck.

June 18th, 2006, 17:10
Ani-Monster: Yes, that set-up should work fine and not require you to alter or solder your DS at all.

The Hombrew Hunter: You're selling Chrono Trigger for $25? If you're speaking of the original SNES cartridge, my friend, I'm fairly confident you could sell it for higher than that. Maybe not much higher, but at least for more than twenty-five dollars.

The Hombrew Hunter
June 18th, 2006, 17:23
I'm selling it to my sister's friend. I could still borrow it if I wanted. And yes the original. Plus I could probably find it at a garage sale for $2 again ;D

June 19th, 2006, 08:28
I can't seem to order from psxbox???
Any ideas?

June 19th, 2006, 09:35
Same problem, the site doesn't seem too reputable, it doesn't have a secure connection while purchasing, and it doesn't have the payment methods of credit card or paypal!

I bought my SuperCard (SD) and SuperPass from an eBay seller named "hk013112 " He has sold MANY items and has had no bad remarks.

For both of my purchases I will be paying $90.

Now, when I get these, is it as easy as putting the files in the root, or do I have to install some software and put them all in special folders like "Media", "Roms", or "Text", etc?

June 19th, 2006, 21:18
I think you should wait for this to come out.. it is flush with the nds lite:


June 19th, 2006, 23:57
I've looked around for a flash cart that would be flush with my DS as well, and I contacted the owner of www.jandaman.com for details. He said that he would be stocking the ez4lite (a cart that uses micro-sd cards, or T-flash cards) in a couple of weeks when it comes out.

19:26:41) jandaman1979: i will be getting the ez4lite in a couple weeks that's flush with the ds

He also said that it would cost around 60 dollars.

Nobody knows yet how good the interface is yet, but Hoowahman's post:

I think you should wait for this to come out.. it is flush with the nds lite:


gives some pictures of what it looks like. Personally, I'd wait for the G6 lite, because even though the storage is non-swappable, it is made by the M3 team, who historically have a good interface and compatibility w/emulators. (Look at the M3 Perfect)