How cheap do you have to be to want to go through the hassle of trying to install motors into a first gen controller?
Beyond the fact that the controller didn't have a motor, it also DOESN'T HAVE THE FIRMWARE OR OUTPUTS to handle feedback motors. Essentially, you'd have to replace the entire guts of the first gen controller with the ENTIRE GUTS of a current gen controller.
What is the point of that?
I've gotten refurbs at Microcenter for as low as $29.99 - which is still too much, but less than my time is worth fiddling with a damn controller, let alone rebuilding one.
The question is like asking "How can I get my iPhone 3G to use 4G networks?" - you CAN'T. The guts aren't capable, and neither are the guts of a gen 1 Sixaxis controller going to support, in any way, feedback motors, even if you had the time to install them into a Gen 1 Sixaxis body.
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