No .. but what you ought to consider is using your X-52 stick as a button bay. If you are somewhat handy you might also consider modding your stick.
The two red knobs are he X&Y pots. They come as Hall Effect sensors on this elaborate gimbal that is hooked up to the Z&Y axis and attached to the stick but I just swapped them with pots. Hall effect sensors are sensors that use magnets instead of potentiometers and in theory are more precise and last longer.. less wear & tear.
The purple pot is the twist rudder pot, the two black buttons are the trigger switches (stage 1& 2) and the red button is the shift button.. It works for me.. For some it may be too many options .. but for me it is nice to have a switch/button/slider for functons as opposed to a keystroke (although using the SST SW most f the commands are reduced to keystrokes.. I just use hew stick & the SW to make them)..
The X-52 is so much easier
to mod than the X-45 because the X-52 is modular.Below is a picture of the guts with the gimbal for the stick partand it's bracing taken out.
Below is the wiring for converting the HE sensors to pots.
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