1. douga_S

    OP douga_S Newbie

    Jun 7, 2007
    There's more to drifting JoyCons than first meets the eye...Nintendo changed the motherboard on the left Joy-Con at some point and so swapping out the analogue stick doesn't always cure the issue....

    You can see on the RED joy-con below the motherboard extends up to the right of the analogue stick, a black foam pad isolates the board from the ribbon connecting the buttons.

    On the BLUE joy-con the board does not extend and there are no foam pads.

    Just replacing the analogue module on the BLUE joy-con can still give drift, even with a quality OEM stick replacement. You need to insert a foam pad below and above the analogue stick ribbon to protect it. I can only assume drift greatly affects the short motherboard more than the extended one.

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