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Im seeing if I can get some interest in these racing/flight/space sim switch and button panels. They are made from arcade grade buttons and are detected on PC as a generic USB game controller. I made one for myself and a few extra for friends and family. I tested and used them with games such as Euro Truck 2 and space sims such as E:D and SC. They should work with any racing game that allows custom input from controllers and what not. Here is a link to the eBay (Only sending to Australia ATM but might be ITNL in the future) page where I am selling mine for $75 if anyone is interested: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Custom-LED-Switch-Button-Panel-Box-PC-USB-Flight-Racing-Space-Simulator-Game-A-/322718054278?hash=item4b237eb786:g:c28AAOSwx3NZYy3q And some pictures:
HI! I'm new to racing simulators in general but soon I am getting a new wheel, the Logitech G290, and I'm afraid if i were to play a sim like Euro Truck Sim there won't be enough buttons to map to the wheel forcing me to result to my keyboard which is inconvient due to where my keyboard is placed. I currently have this problem with the 458 thrustmaster. So then I had an idea where i could get a dirt cheap keyboard and map the buttons i can't map on the wheel to that. Only thing is I would like to make it look the part. I was thinking I could take of the keys and use some sort of button that would trigger one of the keys. If you don't understand me look at the picture I attached. (Sorry for the poor quality, it's of a youtube video. Also, I do not wish to have the e brake this man has on his keyboard.) HOWEVER, instead of the golden pins this guy uses I would like to solder wires to small switches that would turn on or off. (Lights for example) (http://www.amazon.co.uk/250V-125V-Position-Toggle-Switch/dp/B00BQH6OTM/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1458507002&sr=8-9&keywords=small+switch)