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#1 sjpriest79

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 05:47 PM

Hey guys

I have been toying with an old controller and added a switch off the left dpad to stop the left and right action in order to have the perfect swing every time whilst playing tigerwoods.

I removed the middle pin from the left and right pot under the left dpad and wired it to a SPDT switch. In its normal position it works as expected and the plan was when you flick the switch it stops the left and right action. I fitted the switch as mention but put a 25k pot on the left and right disabled side of the switch. One side of the pot +vcc and the other gnd.

At the dashboard when the switch is pressed the left and right stop working PERFECT. Although in the game i seem to get random results as if i have left the switched end floating.

Can anyone help ???? have i used to higher resitance pot ? should i have just soldered two 10K resistors in instead? Any help would be appreciated

Many thanks
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Posted 04 April 2012 - 10:12 PM

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#3 diligenthunter

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 12:02 AM

Have you seen these?

While not what you asked for they do accomplish the same goal.



http://modsticks.com...s-pro-xbox-360/

You do need the mod stick analog sticks as well, so your looking at about 50$ all in.




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