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Logitech Extreme 3D pro Hall sensor upgrade Anyone know how?

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Hi all

I want to upgrade my Extreme 3d Pro with a hall sensor i really like the comfort and feel of this stick but want it more accurate. I've seen a couple of forums where people have done it and they say its simple but theres now tutorial or any how to that i could find. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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