FunkyP, post: 1254080 wrote:
Sanwa makes all black buttons now, and you can use a black ball top. I've yet to see a white shaft cover, you'd have to make it yourself.
jdm714, post: 1254085 wrote:
Any 30mm Japanese Button will fit:
Sanwa OBSF-30, OBSN-30, OBSF-30RG, OBSN-30RG, OBSC-30, OBSC-30RG.
Seimitsu PS-14-G, PS-14-GN, PS-14-GN(????), PS-14-GX, PS-14-GXN.
Seimitsu PS-14-K, PS-14-KN, PS-15.
Kayin, post: 1254083 wrote:
The dark blue gate kind of gets in the way of the corners on the light blue gate. When using an LS-32 in 8-way mode you should always remove the dark blue gate. It feels noticeably more square without it.
PearShapedBoy, post: 1254093 wrote:
Just a quick question, How comparable are Seimitsu PS-14-GNC to Sanwa OBSF 30s?
Do the seimitsu buttons require far more pressure to activate or are they similiar enough that the difference is negligible?
Are the seimitsu buttons noisier?
nacor cb, post: 1254095 wrote:
im a complete noob regarding electronics and modding... could you help me with this?
i have a TE Stick but i want to test a Seimitsu LS 56 ont it.
i ordered a Seimitsu LS 56, but this model doesnt have PCB, so i cant connect it. The original Sanwa JLF PCB doesnt fit.
Can i take the original Sanwa PCB and use it with the Seimitsu LS 56?
or should i buy a Seimitsu LS 56 - 01 instead?? (i didnt know only Seimitsu LS 56 - 01 comes with PCB until now... :( )
jeenyus1, post: 1254096 wrote:
If you switch the Sanwa PCB into the Seimitsu you're basically just playing on a Sanwa with Seimitsu spring...
You would have to buy the 01 or solder the wires to the Seimitsu's microswitches.
SFighterlove, post: 1254098 wrote:
Hey guys I need to order some sanwa buttons and i was wondering who here has orderd from lizard lick so that they can tell me how long it takes to get the buttons. Im going to a tournament in about 3 weeks and i want to have my stick ready. Thanks.
Chad, post: 1254106 wrote:
Question about the LS-32-01:
I've just installed it in my case, and I've noticed that compared to the JLF the shaft moves around a bit more in the neutral area when basically no pressure is applied to the stick (you can sort of wiggle it around a bit). The JLF does this as well, but not nearly as much.
Reading slagcoin, it sounds like this has to do with the pivot for each joystick.
This is just how the LS-32-01 is supposed to be right? Is there a way to adjust this?
I haven't actually played on it yet as I'm still completing the wiring, so it may not end up bothering me during a game at all. I'd just like to find out if I can easily reduce this neutral movement before I close up the case and finish the stick.
Naiera, post: 1254111 wrote:
You can rest your fingers on the buttons without activating them. It's one of the selling points for those of us who prefer Seimitsu buttons over Sanwa buttons.
The_Third, post: 1254113 wrote:
Out of curiousity, is it possible to put levered microswitches on JLF to reduce deadzone? If so, which is softer, the Seimitsu ones or the ones in JLW's?
ryu-bi, post: 1254117 wrote:
You need LS-32-01 since the LS-32 does not have the 5 pin connector. Otherwise I think it should fit pretty well.
tataki, post: 1254116 wrote:
Hi I wanted to know if a seimitsu LS32 with its flat mounting plate could fit in ?
Or maybe I can just connect the LS32 to that stock mounting plate?
jdm714, post: 1254119 wrote:
Unless you want to modify the wires to use Wire Harness, get Seimitsu LS-32.
You can just use the stock Quick Disconnect to do.
The Sanwa JLF-P-1 was able to mount.
The default Seimitsu RE Mounting Plate will match the screw holes too.
But I don't know if the size of Mounting Plate on Seimitsu LS-32 will fit the space.
Mounting Plate is slightly bigger than the JLF-P-1.