im not getting discouraged, i will at some point post more detailed instructions, i just dont get alot of time.
really the instructions i wrote out to begin with will work, i didnt change my final design from that at all, except i did use a 10k resistor in the end instead of a 12k.
there is a line from the small ic which is near the cic which can be used instead of the cap and resistor i used, i have seen it done in a snes before in a mod where the whole cic was removed, but the place my info was hosted went down permanently.
Edit [I recommend against the wires only mod, mine died after U10 decided to put 12v down my reset line, also this mod will leave your reset button inoperable]:
i just did a bit more looking around, and found this
mod, which i used as a basis to eliminate all components. you dont have to remove the cic, but my snes doesnt work with an import mario rpg.
complete wires only swichless mod (pal console):
lift pin 10 on U8, pin 30 on U3, and pin 24 on U2.
wire these three pins together.
once that is done, wire the solder pad under pin 10 on U8 to pin 4 on U10 (do not lift this pin).
i still want to make this work on an ntsc snes..
if anyone hapens to know of an unused inverter or and gate or something else that could be used as an inverter that is already on the snes board, please let me know.. the trouble i have is that the output from an ntsc cic will set 50hz for ntsc games.. i still would like to not use any components.