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    Shifter buttons

    Im just wondering if anyone has ever mounted Buttons onto their shifter.

    I was thinking when i get my Carputer fulling installed i would salvage an old gravis game pad and mount 2 of the buttons onto the Shifter, for Forward and Back Mostlikely. I Was also thinking of mounting buttons on the back of the steering wheel (similar to Jeep Libertys).

    Any Comments/Suggestions?

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    use the search my friend
    there has been someone who has mounted a joystick in place of his shifter among other things

    instead of salvaging an old game pad, just wire up a serial circuit and use a winamp plugin, there's a thread about the serial circuit lying around here somewhere

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    Thanks Guys. I couldnt mount a joystick there because im to dumb and would forget where my gears are...

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    I Can't Seem To find anything on making serial circuits... Care to help?

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    Thanks man that was hugely helpful

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