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  1. Hey guys, I have created a tutorial on how to mod your MS FFB2: increase power, extend stick, add new grip. https://youtu.be/iWs7bEXV0uk Greetings, Viktor
  2. Hey Vellu! Yes, the Sidewinder FFB2 is an amazing peace of Hardware. I'm just not so much a fan of the futuristic look - but that of course can be changed easily with a new grip. In order to increase FFB power, I used "1Ohm RC1206 0,25W 1R SMD" resistors. Soldering them on top of the existing ones (which are the same) will do the job. Here's a nice description: https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=125281 If I can help in any way, let me know!
  3. Thank you guys! I'm in Germany. Providing proper packaging I guess it's a matter of shipping costs. For those, interested in DIY, I can also supply a kit and instructions! Greetings, Viktor
  4. Thank you! To be honest, I don't know much about electronics either. The great thing is: Nowadays it's so simply to create own projects with the help of Teensy, Arduino etc.
  5. Dear fellow flight simmers, In the last weeks I have been working on a MS Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 mod. I added a UH-1 / F-4 grip, rewired and programmed it with a teensy board, extended the stick with a carbon tube and soldered new resistors into the original FFB stick, to increase power. Finally I added a switch to the base, to be able to turn on/ off FFB power anytime. I'm very happy with the result - in my eyes, this is a fantastic, while cheap DCS helicopter cyclic and a great general flight stick. Of course, any grip can be mounted. Getting there was not hard, but it took some time. Different mod instructions on flightsim forums helped me a lot. And now that I know exactly what is needed and what I have to do, I would like to give something back: If you would like to have such a stick, write me a message. I don't want to earn money with this, but basically cover the expenses. So, I'm looking forward to your PMs! Greetings, Viktor
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