I love the look of the fully soldered pins .grahf posted on Jul 7 2006 at 07:50 AM said:Its a fairly simple install. The board should just snap right on to the stock stick pins. Mine was a little different since i removed the stock one completely, and had to solder new pins to mount it.
I am sorry guys, but only one picture came out on my camera. It was late, and i didnt have it set right.
This board works very well. The microcontroller Radek is using is much quicker than needed, so the diagonals register instantly when you press them. The center push function works good as well. On my GC pad i had to trim it a little bit to allow me to press all 4 directions at once to trigger the center push, but it will work ok on the QD pad that Radek is including.
Any question let me know.
I want to try a mini-stick with four button membrane microswitches. I have seen this in the Hat switch of a PC joystick (CH Flightstick Pro, had two given to me by different people, try a second hand store) and it seems robust and no "dead-zone".
I likely won't get around to it this year though. And your GC pad mod is brilliant, just need to find one with a broken analog stick for cheap .
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