Helder Game Tech

Analog Stick Drift Fix flex PCB mod For Microsoft Xbox Elite series 2 controllers | Helder Game Tech

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This little Flex PCB will allow you to fix your failing analog sticks that are drifting from over use and general wear from game play and bring them back to like new performance (as long as the original Potentiometers are not damaged) extending the life of your controllers. 

You get 2 Drift Fix Flex PCBs per pack - Enough to fix one controller.   

Compatible with Xbox Elite Series 2 controllers only

Simply solder it to back of the analog stick solder points and plug the controller ins a PC or MAC and head over to https://gamepad-tester.com/ once the controller is recognized by your Operating System and adjust the 2 Potentiometers one Flex PCB to bring the Dead Zone back to center and close up your controller and it’s as good as new.
Platform Microsoft Xbox elite series 2
Manufacturer Helder Game Tech
EAN 5056026462846
SKU 900992
Weight 10g

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews


david ward
Excellent product 100% works

I had a series pad 2 and like everyone love it to bits, just recently started to get a horrific drift on the left stick, came across this site and never knew anything about it. Ordered and when arrived was impressed by the quality and the packaging.
The series 2nis easy to open and thanks to the image was able to solder in less than 5 minutes (always use flux so you dont damage anything when soldering)
1 annoying thing i did find though is when you are on the website you cant adjust on the fly as everytime you pull the pcb to adjust the pots it powers off the pad. Not a problem though adjust a tiny bit at a time, take screenshots so you can see what you are changing. Ten minutes later the pads like brand new. Thanks zedlabz amazing product will recommend to everyone and will use in future