Xbox One Scuf Gaming Controller

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I found a better place to wire the "A" Button. You no longer have to take out the front board (LED/ "A" Board), only the Thumb-stick board or "B" board. Check the link below for more information.

Tact Switch, 9.5mm High x2 ( 4x $4.99) ( 100x $5)
Plastic Spoon or Fork x2 (Free, Got mine from TacoBell)
16-20 AWG Wire (If you're having trouble finding wire this will work
Several small screws
Tools: (Ask your neighbors or family if they have these tools before buying)

Torx T8 Security ( $3.49)
Torx T7 (  $4.99)
Soldering Iron ( $14.48 Great starter kit)
Hotglue Gun ( $8.10)
Power Drill ( $27.75)
Small Philips Driver
Masking Tape
Wire Stripper/Cutter ( $7.92)
Xacto Knife ( $6.55)
3/16 (Buttons) and 5/64 (Triggers) Drill Bits ( $5.88)

If you need a Screw Driver, this is the set I use. (Does not include T8 Security Driver)

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    3 Discussions


    3 years ago

    I have a four paddle XB1 controller that I built, I just reused the paddles from the Xbox 360 controller I had built and painted.


    5 years ago

    Can you link some screws that would work please?


    5 years ago on Introduction

    PLease, could you sand me another link with the news about A wiring or send me a picture, with the solder points, so ill try to run it in mine controller and tell you how it goes