While I'm trying to make this pack as accurate as possible, the one area where I'll be making a concession is the electronics.
Partially because I lack the knowhow and experience to design and create my own and don't really have the time or funds to dedicate to thst right now, but also to save on the weight and having to replace bulbs, etc on an accurate incandescent setup.
So I'll be using the Gbfans LED setup instead.
Although I will still be using the aluminium powercell and cyclotron brackets that the Hero's used, in an effort to keep it as accurate as possible, using the Gbfans setup.
With that in mind, I went about looking into finding the blue perforated board, as seen on the Super Hero.
Initially, I looked at perf board and proto board but they all seem to be prelined with tinned copper, which would have to be removed.
I didn't fancy doing that because of my electronic ineptitude, I'm paranoid that I'd manage to short out the circuit board if I missed any of it.
Fortunately though I stumbled across this blue perforated crossover board which is apparently used by speaker designers and has no metallic coating.
It also seems to be just about the right size as stock at around 5"x3.5", although it does also come in a larger size.
I'll be using that to mount the cyclotron lights to the aluminium bracket with some custom peices to mimic the ceramic bulb holders and I'll most likely mount the Gbfans sound board on another peice of crossover board up behind the crank generator or booster tube.