TheWooWooKid, post: 5907406 wrote:
jeffrey caldwell, post: 5912753 wrote:
thank you! this makes me look like i dont know how to use search cuz i couldnt find this anywhere haha.
jdm714, post: 1254260 wrote:
Standard Sanwa Button Microswitch, which is the SW-68, only go into the 24mm Seimitsu Buttons.
And only the special 30mm Seimitsu Buttons; PS-14-K, PS-15, PS-14-P.
Sanwa RS-SG Microswitch, which are from the heavy-duty RG Buttons, can go into 30mm Seimitsu Buttons.
But they will not be perfect.
Fits, but the Microswitch Actuator does not match the Plunger Slot.
Solder, post: 5904790 wrote:
Does anyone have info on the new Seimitsu LS-58-01? It's based on the 56-01, so I am hoping it'll drop right into a TE...
kowal, post: 6984492, member: 4874 wrote:
slows down come from pivot bearing
pablofsi, post: 6984607, member: 49765 wrote:
¿Is there anyway to solve that?
pablofsi, post: 6985110, member: 49765 wrote:
I'm not looking forward to trade the benefits and cons of one stick for another one just to solve this, I want a solution or mod if there is to solve a big problem in an otherwise perfect stick that has the best sensitivity.
KamiKKazi, post: 6984761, member: 22093 wrote:
Which Seimitsu buttons are flat?
Capn Spanky, post: 6985124, member: 5544 wrote:
Have you already tried this? The electrical tape seems to be what you are looking for.
pablofsi, post: 6985158, member: 49765 wrote:
Question, ¿is the spring part necessary to solve this?, ¿doesn't it just work to increase tension?. ¿Which one of these three procedures should I do? (I assume the most important one is the microswitches thing).
VarmintBaby wrote: »
@pablofsi The term "japs" is offensive. But to shorten the throw you can get a larger actuator and stiffer spring for the JLF. Also I think the phreakmods JLF "The Link" is a shorter shaft then the standard JLF shaft which would help also....
DEZALB wrote: »
What's the difference in resistance between the 32 and 38 spring?
DEZALB wrote: »
I was trying to figure compared to the jlf 2lb and 4lb spring