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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-18-2018, 08:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Could I make a FK with G102/G203 guts as well the same way you did your AM? Would love to have a FK or WMO with upgraded buttons+sensor. How are the clicks on your AM and WMO now? Btw, sand down your top AM shell for lighter clicks, did wonders to my FK (more spammable, not by much but definitely noticable)
FK is the exact same layout to AM as far as I know. My AM shell is sanded down so the clicks are lighter than stock. It also helps to make sure your side buttons aren't adding any additional resistance to the shell buttons' travel. The WMO clicks are very light. Too light on the RMB at the moment actually. I extended the range of the plungers and the RMB is right up against the switch. It can be adjusted but I can't be bothered to at the moment.
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I'm curious, how did you actually manage to move the main mouse buttons to the top part of the g102/g203/g pro pcb? Struggling to figure the small bits out before I buy & attempt anything.
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Sanding the shell to make the clocks lighter, you say?

So basically you make the shell thinner?

I'm interested in doing this.

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I'm curious, how did you actually manage to move the main mouse buttons to the top part of the g102/g203/g pro pcb? Struggling to figure the small bits out before I buy & attempt anything.
Don't know if I'm too late on this but you can just glue the switch to the top end of the PCB. Switches have three terminals but only two are needed to complete the circuit so you bend one off and let that flat area go over the section of PCB that sticks out a bit to encircle the mouse wheel.

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Sanding the shell to make the clocks lighter, you say?

So basically you make the shell thinner?

I'm interested in doing this.
Yes, it essentially makes the hinge thinner.
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