I need help building my own Xbox One Fighting Stick

DragonsukenDragonsuken Joined: Posts: 4
Hello, dear people of Shoryuken. I really do want to create my own Arcade Fight Stick for Xbox One, but as many websites and guides, I have visited. I can't understand a few things. First of all why and where I need the resistors for the LT and RT buttons. The guide doesn't help me as many photos as removed http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/184953/xbox-one-padhack-thread-calling-the-goons-toodles-gummowned-phreak-and-you-do-it-for-the-kids/p1 Can you make the procedure as simple as possible for me. Thank you!

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  • FreedomGundamFreedomGundam Freedom, ikimasu! Joined: Posts: 2,587
    Easiest way possible:

    1) If you want to use the stock controller PCB, buy a Phreakmods Crossbone, and follow the instructions in this thread.

    2) If you're open to using another PCB, the Brook UFB offers XBO support.
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  • DragonsukenDragonsuken Joined: Posts: 4
    Easiest way possible:

    1) If you want to use the stock controller PCB, buy a Phreakmods Crossbone, and follow the instructions in this thread.

    2) If you're open to using another PCB, the Brook UFB offers XBO support.

    Thanks for the suggestion, but I can;t buy it as I live in Europe and I don't find any in Europe. The Brook UFB is kinds expensive.

    i would like to do it myself, but I don;t understand how to add the 100 ohm resistors on the LT and RT buttons
  • DragonsukenDragonsuken Joined: Posts: 4
    Easiest way possible:

    1) If you want to use the stock controller PCB, buy a Phreakmods Crossbone, and follow the instructions in this thread.

    2) If you're open to using another PCB, the Brook UFB offers XBO support.

    Thanks for the suggestion, but I can't buy it as I live in Europe and I don't find any in Europe. The Brook UFB is kinds expensive.

    i would like to do it myself using just the controller, but I don't understand how to add the 100-ohm resistors on the LT and RT buttons

  • DarksakulDarksakul I find your lack of Faith Disturbing. Joined: Posts: 24,745
    better copy and paste all you can now, the forum is closing the end of the month.
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  • DragonsukenDragonsuken Joined: Posts: 4
    Darksakul wrote: »
    better copy and paste all you can now, the forum is closing the end of the month.

    Thanks for the tip, I just read about that. So unfortunate. :( Anyways, I still don't understand why and how can I add the resistors to LT and RT buttons.
  • killkong1211killkong1211 Joined: Posts: 105
    Gimme 5 I'll find my thread from last year, or try to anyways ^_^
  • killkong1211killkong1211 Joined: Posts: 105
    Not many pics as I was reading the labels off the boards, so if you get stuck shoot me a message and I'll get you fixed up :)

    The short version on this is you will need to connect the soldering for lt/rt to a 3.3v source on the board with a 10k ohm resistor otherwise they give too weak of a signal to register correctly.

    Would highly recommend connecting to windows and testing you get solid inputs whenever you wire them so it's easier to troubleshoot as you go :)
  • killkong1211killkong1211 Joined: Posts: 105
    Darksakul wrote: »
    better copy and paste all you can now, the forum is closing the end of the month.

    Thanks for the tip, I just read about that. So unfortunate. :( Anyways, I still don't understand why and how can I add the resistors to LT and RT buttons.

    How'd you go with it?
  • thatfoocrispythatfoocrispy Joined: Posts: 26
    Easiest way possible:

    1) If you want to use the stock controller PCB, buy a Phreakmods Crossbone, and follow the instructions in this thread.

    2) If you're open to using another PCB, the Brook UFB offers XBO support.

    what about the xbone/360 hori fighting commander pcb?
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