Hori Real Arcade Pro Thread for all versions (IN PROGRESS, COULD USE YOUR HELP AND INPUT) v2

FrankCastleAZFrankCastleAZ SRKTT Modder of the Year 2014 & AZHP Gaming FounderJoined: Posts: 897
edited August 2015 in Tech Talk
This post is in progress and will forever need updating.


NOT ALL INFO IS 100% CORRECT! SO IF YOU ARE USING THE DESCRIPTIONS TO MAKE PURCHASES, PLEASE DO ADDITIONAL RESEARCH. A LOT OF THE INFORMATION BELOW IS COPY/PASTE.


IF YOU ARE ABLE TO HELP PROVIDE INFORMATION, PHOTOS, DETAILS, OR PERHAPS EVEN HELP DO RESEARCH USING THE LINKS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS FIRST POST IN SPOILER TAGS AND REPORT BACK, IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED.




It's taken me a lot of time to gather this information up so far, put it in a neat format, find photos and resize etc. If you can volunteer to help for the good of all arcade stick lovers and SRK TT, please do.













First off, I've gotta shout out @Superking for the original post back in July 2005 and for the work he did in keeping track of info and data on the Hori RAP sticks at least up until the middle of the PS2 gen and some of the PS3/360 gen.
Below you'll see the info he organized reworked in a new format with more info and photos.

Original thread (39 pages of topic from July 2005 to mostly April 2012)
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/13083/hori-real-arcade-pro-faq-for-all-versions/p1

Shoutouts to those who've helped provide information on this updated list that deserve credit for their contributions:

@hibachifinal @VirtualCosmic @Darksakul @NENDO @Digital- @quashpdarkman @N10248 @anzhar @Batsu @General_Awesomo






If you have general arcade stick questions, please ask in the "Absolute Question and Answer Thread v.3 (ASK YOUR QUESTIONS HERE!)" thread
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/194283/absolute-question-and-answer-thread-v-3-ask-your-questions-here

If you desire information on other arcade sticks that are not listed here or want suggestions on what to buy, please visit the "What Stick/Controller Should I Buy? Read the Guide on Pg 1 Before Posting." thread
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/137321/what-stick-controller-should-i-buy-read-the-guide-on-pg-1-before-posting/p1

There will be no tier list, and there will likely not be a "I SUGGEST YOU BUY ________ ARCADE STICK" info.

This is information for you to use to your advantage to make an independent decision based on what features you may or may not enjoy.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do not come in to this thread and just ask "Which one should I buy?".
Use knowledge below to grow, think, and learn.









Listed in order of console:





Playstation 1 / Playstation 2
Playstation 1 / Playstation 2
Playstation 1 / Playstation 2
Playstation 1 / Playstation 2
Playstation 1 / Playstation 2




Hori-RAP1-Mirror-01.jpg

Hori RAP1
=Hori Real Arcade Pro (Mirror Finish)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg or 5.7 lbs)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Mirror finish looks nice but is easily susceptible to scratches and fingerprints
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK
=Mounting a Seimitsu LS-32 is possible with modification, previous documentation lost to GeoCities

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
+Quick disconnects for buttons allowing easy swap
=Unsure if joystick connection is 5 pin or soldered on individual microswitches

Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-CFJ-01.jpg

Hori RAP CFJ
=Hori Capcom Fighting Jam

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK


Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
+Quick disconnects for buttons allowing easy swap
=Unsure if joystick connection is 5 pin or soldered on individual microswitches

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP1-Orange-01.jpg

Hori RAP1
-Hori Real Arcade Pro Orange Amazon Exclusive

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions-
=What is the official title for this arcade stick from Hori?
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP1SA-01.jpg

Hori RAP1 SA
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Special Addition
=Special Addition also can be viewed as Hori's way of saying Sanwa (SA)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Sanwa OBSF-30RG and OBSF-24 in custom Vermilion color

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP1SE-01.jpg

Hori RAP1 SE
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Special Edition
=Special Edition also can be viewed as Hori's way of saying Seimitsu (SE)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Seimitsu LS-32-01

Buttons-
-Seimitsu PS-14-GX

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-AH1-01.jpg

Hori AH1
=Hori Arcana Heart Arcade Stick
(unsure of official title since it's difficult to find data on now)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (___________)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
-Buttons mounted on PCB instead of having own quick disconnects

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-AH2-01.jpg

Hori AH2
=Hori Arcana Heart 2 Arcade Stick
(unsure of official title since it's difficult to find data on now)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (___________)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Buttons-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
-Buttons mounted on PCB instead of having own quick disconnects

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-FUC-01.jpg

Hori FUC-LE
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Stick Fate/Unlimited Codes Limited Edition
(unsure of official title since it's difficult to find data on now)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (___________)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Buttons-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP2-01.jpg

Hori RAP2
=Hori Real Arcade Pro 2

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP2SA-01.jpg

Hori RAP2 SA
=Hori Real Arcade Pro 2 Special Addition
=Special Addition also can be viewed as Hori's way of saying Sanwa (SA)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Sanwa OBSF-30 (Blue) and OBSF-24 (Dark Hai specifically made for this stick)

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-SCIII-01.jpg

HRAP SCIII
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Soul Calibur III

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
-Buttons mounted on PCB instead of having own quick disconnects

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-Tekken5JP-01.jpg

HRAP Tekken 5 JP
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Tekken 5

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-Tekken5US-01.jpg

HRAP Tekken 5 10th Anniversary
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Tekken 10th Anniversary

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
-Hori

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT










Playstation 3
Playstation 3
Playstation 3
Playstation 3
Playstation 3


Hori-RAP3-01.jpg

HRAP3
=Hori Real Arcade Pro 3

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-Hori stock buttons

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS3 cable exits base on back
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP3SA-01.jpg

HRAP3 SA
=Hori Real Arcade Pro. SA

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight ___________
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
=Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30, OBSF-24

PCB-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

Wiring-
=NEED INFO/DETAILS

USB Cable-
=PS3 cable exits base on back
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP3-SE-01.jpg

Hori RAP 3 SE
=Hori Real Arcade Pro. 3 SE

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key
+Universal Joystick mount

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Seimtisu LS-32-01

Buttons-
+Seimitsu PS-14-G, PS-14-D

PCB-
=same as HRAP 3

Wiring-
+Buttons are quick disconnects
+5-pin Joystick Harness

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP3AA-01.jpg

Hori RAP 3 Amazon JP
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Amazon.co.jp Edition

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs


Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
+Easy Top Panel access through Hex key
+Universal Joystick mount

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-HORI stock buttons

PCB-
=same as HRAP 3

Wiring-
+Buttons are quick disconnects
+5-pin Joystick Harness

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-RAP-N3-SA-01.jpg

Hori RAP N3 SA
=Hori Real Arcade Pro N3-SA

Release date: 2014

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Common ground

Wiring-
=Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic door cord compartment




Hori-RAPBlaz-01.jpg

Hori RAP 3 BlazBlue
=Hori Real Arcade Pro. 3 BlazBlue

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
+Exclusive blue case

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
-Two-point Joystick Mount (Seimtisu VF/JLF Wings)

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-HORI stock buttons

PCB-
=same as HRAP 3

Wiring-
-Buttons are PCB Mounted
+5-pin Joystick Harness

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-DoA5-PS3-01.jpg

Hori RAP Dead or Alive 5
=Hori Real Arcade Dead or Alive 5

Release date: 2012

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
= Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Both common ground

Wiring-
=Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector


USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic door cord compartment






Hori-RAP-MSGEVS-01.jpg

Hori RAP Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme V.S.
=Hori Real Arcade Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme V.S.

Release date: 2011

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK with dark blue balltop

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Common ground

Wiring-
=Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic door cord compartment




Hori-RAP-MSGEVSFB-01.jpg

Hori RAP Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme V.S. Full Boost
=Hori Real Arcade Pro AX S+G

Release date: 2014

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.
=Full Boost version is the only version with transparent door over Start button.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Common ground

Wiring-
=Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic doored cord compartment




Hori-SFIV-01.jpg

Hori SFIV
=Hori Street Fighter IV Arcade Stick
(unsure if this is "official" title)
(Does not have RAP in the name but is same build/parts)

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=Black case


Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
-Two-point Joystick Mount (Seimtisu VF/JLF Wings)

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Red/Black theme with Ryu & Ken

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK with Red Balltop

Buttons-
-HORI stock buttons (Red)

PCB-
=same as HRAP 3 (assumed)

Wiring-
-Buttons mounted on PCB instead of having own quick disconnects
=Unsure whether joystick is 5 pin harness or individual soldered on microswitches

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




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Hori RAP Soul Caliber V
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Soul Caliber V

Release date: 2012

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
= Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Both common ground

Wiring-
=Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic door cord compartment




Hori-RAP3-Tekken6-01.jpg

Hori RAP 3 Tekken 6
=Hori Real Arcade Pro. 3 Tekken 6

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=Black base

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
=Type of joystick unknown (Black balltop)

Buttons-
=Type of button unknown (Dark Hai color)

PCB-
=Same as HRAP 3 (Assumed)

Wiring-
=Unsure if buttons are quick disconnects or soldered to PCB
=Unsure if joystick is 5-pin harness or soldered to microswitches

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT




Hori-TTT2P-01.jpg

Hori RAP 3 Tekken Tag 2 Prologue
=Hori Real Arcade Pro. 3 Tekken Tag 2 Prologue
+Last ever Original HRAP design produced

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
-Two-point Joystick Mount (Seimtisu VF/JLF Wings), uses the JLF mounting plate points
+Namco NOIR Layout

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

Buttons-
-HORI stock buttons

PCB-
=Same as HRAP 3

Wiring-
+Buttons are quick disconnects
+5-pin Joystick Harness

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=No cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=TO EDIT





Hori-RAP-TTT2-01.jpg

Hori RAP Tekken Tag Tournament 2
=Hori Real Arcade Pro Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Release date: 2011

SRKTT thread-
=Unknown

Case-
RAP Base
=Weight (2.6 kg)
=Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
+Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
= Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
=Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four rubber feet

Joystick-
+Sanwa JLF

Buttons-
+Sanwa OBSF-30

PCB-
=Both common ground

Wiring-
=Button s have quick disconnect wiring
=Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

USB Cable-
=USB 2.0
=Plastic doored cord compartment







Playstation 4 / Playstation 3
Playstation 4 / Playstation 3
Playstation 4 / Playstation 3
Playstation 4 / Playstation 3
Playstation 4 / Playstation 3



Hori-HRAPv4-01.png

Hori RAP V4
=Hori Real Arcade Pro V4 Hayabusa for PS4 & PS3

SRKTT thread-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/189004/hori-hrap-v4-announced-compatible-with-ps3-and-ps4/p1

Case-
Hori Case (Same as RAPV3/RAPVX/UMvC3/DoA models for PS3/360)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces.
=Sizes - Width = 430mm, Depth = 240mm, Height (including lever) = 125mm
=Weight (2.2kg)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing
+Tek Innovations does have plexi option (Same as V3/VX non-Kai)

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four small rubber feet

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons

PCB-
=Common ground. Unsure if active high/low. Unsure if able to multi-mod without complications due to insufficient testing.
+Easy to remove main PCB from base
=Button signals/grounds, and USB cable are soldered to PCB while joystick connector and ribbon cables to Turbo/Home PCB are removable from main PCB

Wiring-
=Typical

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
-Is the PCB possible to multi-mod with? We know it's common ground, but we don't have if is active high/low.




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Hori RAP V4 Silent
=Hori Real Arcade Pro V4 Silent Hayabusa for PS4 & PS3

SRKTT thread-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/189004/hori-hrap-v4-announced-compatible-with-ps3-and-ps4/p1
(Same thread as non-silent version)

Case-
Hori Case (Same as RAPV3/RAPVX/UMvC3/DoA models for PS3/360)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces.
=Sizes - Width = 430mm, Depth = 240mm, Height (including lever) = 125mm
=Weight (2.2kg)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing
+Tek Innovations does have plexi option (Same as V3/VX non-Kai)

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four small rubber feet

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick with optical switches

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons with silencer pads

PCB-
=Common ground. Unsure if active high/low. Unsure if able to multi-mod without complications due to insufficient testing.
+Easy to remove main PCB from base
-Button signals/grounds, and USB cable are soldered to PCB while joystick connector and ribbon cables to Turbo/Home PCB are removable from main PCB

Wiring-
=Typical

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=Is the PCB possible to multi-mod with? We know it's common ground, but we don't have if is active high/low.




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Hori RAP 4 Kai
=Hori Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai for PS4 & PS3

SRKTT thread-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/195974/hrap4-kai-initial-impressions
(Same thread as HRAP 4 Kai/HRAP.V Hayabusa)

Case-
Hori Case (New form factor upgrade from RAPV3/RAPVX/RAPV4 style where buttons are now on the side instead of on top/face)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces.
=Sizes: Width = 430mm, Depth = 237mm, Height (including lever) = 114mm
=Weight (2.2kg)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=PS4 touch panel on back

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
=RAP 4 Kai has Vewlix layout with wider spread between joystick and buttons

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing
=Undetermined whether a plexi via Tek Innovations for V3/VX would still fit properly. Even if changed, it's unlikely they wouldn't have a plexi for it in the near future.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=Padding on bottom where stick sits on legs
=No feet

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons

PCB-
=Common ground PCB (Same as HRAP 4 Kai/HRAP.V/DoA5LR)
=Multiple PCBs (main PCB, side PCB, touch screen)
=Touch screen PCB is connected to main PCB using a small ribbon cable
=Side PCB is connected to main PCB using two standard molex style connectors
=Joystick is connected to main PCB using a standard molex style connector
=Buttons are connected to main PCB by solder and glue
=USB cable is connected to main PCB by using a standard molex style connector

Wiring-
-Signal/Ground wires are soldered on to buttons

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment
=Cable length (3m)

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=Is the PCB the same for both models of this body type?
=Is the PCB possible to multi-mod with? We know it's common ground, but we don't have if is active high/low.




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Hori RAP.V
=Hori Real Arcade Pro.V Hayabusa for PS4 & PS3

SRKTT thread-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/195974/hrap4-kai-initial-impressions
(Same thread as HRAP 4 Kai/HRAP.V Hayabusa)

Case-
Hori Case (New form factor upgrade from RAPV3/RAPVX/RAPV4 style where buttons are now on the side instead of on top/face)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces.
=Sizes: Width = 430mm, Depth = 237mm, Height (including lever) = 114mm
=Weight (2.2kg)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=PS4 touch panel on back

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
=Vewlix layout with standard spread between joystick and buttons

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing
=Undetermined whether a plexi via Tek Innovations for V3/VX would still fit properly. Even if changed, it's unlikely they wouldn't have a plexi for it in the near future.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four small rubber feet

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons

PCB-
=Common ground PCB (Same as HRAP 4 Kai/HRAP.V/DoA5LR)
=Multiple PCBs (main PCB, side PCB, touch screen)
=Touch screen PCB is connected to main PCB using a small ribbon cable
=Side PCB is connected to main PCB using two standard molex style connectors
=Joystick is connected to main PCB using a standard molex style connector
=Buttons are connected to main PCB by solder and glue
=USB cable is connected to main PCB by using a standard molex style connector

Wiring-
-Signal/Ground wires are soldered on to buttons

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment
=Cable length (3m)

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
=Is the PCB possible to multi-mod with? We know it's common ground, but we don't have if is active high/low.




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Hori DoA5LR
=Hori Dead or Alive 5 Last Round for PS4 & PS3
(Not technically an HRAP as it has no "Real Arcade Pro" in the title, but uses same PCB and case as other HRAPs)

SRKTT thread (DoA5LR)-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/194638/hori-ps4-ps3-dead-or-alive-5-last-round-stick/p1

Case-
Hori Case (New form factor upgrade from RAPV3/RAPVX/RAPV4 style where buttons are now on the side instead of on top/face)
=One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces.
=Sizes: Width = 430mm, Depth = 237mm, Height (including lever) = 114mm
=Weight (2.2kg)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
=PS4 touch panel on back
=DoA5LR has an extra piece connected to front middle of case with analog sticks. Unsure if removable yet due to insufficient testing

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels
=Vewlix layout with standard spread between joystick and buttons

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing
=Undetermined whether a plexi via Tek Innovations for V3/VX would still fit properly. Even if changed, it's unlikely they wouldn't have a plexi for it in the near future.

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=No padding
=Four small rubber feet

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons
=Signal/Ground wires are soldered on to buttons

PCB-
=Common ground PCB (Same as HRAP 4 Kai/HRAP.V/DoA5LR)
=Multiple PCBs (main PCB, side PCB, touch screen)
=Touch screen PCB is connected to main PCB using a small ribbon cable
=Side PCB is connected to main PCB using two standard molex style connectors
=Joystick is connected to main PCB using a standard molex style connector
=Buttons are connected to main PCB by solder and glue
=USB cable is connected to main PCB by using a standard molex style connector

Wiring-
=Typical

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment
=Cable length (3m)

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
-Is the PCB possible to multi-mod with? We know it's common ground, but we don't have if is active high/low.




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Hori RAP4 Premium VLX
=Real Arcade Pro 4 Premium VLX Kuro for PS4 & PS3

SRKTT thread-
http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/195793/the-hori-ps4-vlx-thread/p1

Case-
Hori VLX Case (Same as VLX models for PS3/360)
=Sizes - Width = 570mm, Depth = 260mm, Height (including lever) = 140mm
=Weight (5.4kg/11.9lbs)
=Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
=PS4 touch panel on back of case

Metal Panels-
+Both top and bottom metal panels

Plexi/Art-
=No default plexi
=Default artwork can leave a sticky residue when removing

Bottom Padding/Feet-
=Padding

Joystick-
=Hori Hayabusa joystick

Buttons-
=Hori Kuro buttons

PCB-
=Insuffiecent testing

Wiring-
=Typical

USB Cable-
=Wire and cord compartment
=Cable length (3m/9.8ft)

Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
To Edit






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    Hori-RAPEX-01.jpg

    Hori RAP EX
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. EX

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TM-8T-SK-K

    Buttons-
    -HORI stock buttons
    -Alternate button layout has been reported and promo photos can be seen where A B X Y are on P2-P3 and K2-K3 instead of P1-P3 and K1. Unsure if this was regional, prototypes that slipped thru the cracks, or limited run before Microsoft required change etc.

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    =Unknown

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-EX-SA-01.jpg

    Hori RAP EX-SA
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. EX-SA

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    +Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TM-8T-SK-K

    Buttons-
    +Sanwa OBSF-30, OBSF-24

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    =Buttons are quick disconnects, Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =Do we have details on the PCBs? CommonG/SecondaryButtonPCB etc?




    Hori-RAPEX-SE-01.jpg

    Hori RAP EX-SE
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. EX SE

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs


    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Easy Top Panel access through Hex key
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations


    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Seimtisu LS-32-01

    Buttons-
    +Seimitsu PS-14-G, PS-14-D

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    -Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-DoA5-360-01.jpg

    Hori RAP Dead or Alive 5
    =Hori Real Arcade Dead or Alive 5

    Release date: 2012

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    = Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF

    Buttons-
    +Sanwa OBSF-30

    PCB-
    =Both common ground

    Wiring-
    =Buttons have quick disconnect wiring
    =Joystick has 5-pin JST connector


    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =Plastic door cord compartment




    Hori-D-01.jpg

    Hori RAP Deathsmiles
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. Deathsmiles Stick

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    +Easy Top Panel access through Hex key

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TM-8T-SK-K

    Buttons-
    -HORI stock buttons

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    -Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAPDIIX-01.jpg
    Hori RAP Deathsmiles IIX
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. Deathsmiles IIX Stick

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Namco NOIR Layout
    - Two-point Joystick Mount (Seimtisu VF/JLF Wings)

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available NOT AVAILABLE at Tek Innovations
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TM-8T-SK-K

    Buttons-
    -HORI stock buttons

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    -Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAPMF-01.jpg

    Hori RAP Mushihimesama Futari
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. Mushihimesama Futari Stick

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    +Exclusive green case

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Seimtisu LS-32-K-SS2

    Buttons-
    -HORI stock buttons

    PCB-
    -Not common ground
    =same as HRAP EX/EX-SE/EX-SA

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    -Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-OG-01.jpg

    Hori OG
    =Hyper Stick Pro Otomedius Gorgeous Ver. (Konamistyle Limited Edition)

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (_______________)
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    =Sanwa JLF-TM-8T-SK-GT-B (Octogate)
    +Uses Yamatake MS-Y-3 microswitches (not Omron)

    Buttons-
    =Sanwa OBSF-30, HORI 24mm

    PCB-
    =Touch screen
    =PCB must be unique from other versions of RAP due to touch screen

    Wiring-
    =Joystick has individually soldered microswitches
    +Buttons are quick disconnects

    USB Cable-
    =USB connector exits plastic base
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAP-SCV-360-01.jpg

    Hori RAP Soul Caliber V
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro Soul Caliber V
    -Released in 2012 with Soul Caliber V

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    = Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF

    Buttons-
    +Sanwa OBSF-30

    PCB-
    =Both common ground

    Wiring-
    =Button s have quick disconnect wiring
    =Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =Plastic door cord compartment




    Hori-Tekken6-01.jpg

    Hori RAP.EX Tekken 6
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro.EX Tekken 6

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    =Black base

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    =No default plexi
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    =Type of joystick unknown (Black balltop)

    Buttons-
    =Type of button unknown (1Red/1Blue/1Yellow/1Green/4Black)

    PCB-
    =Same as HRAP.EX (Assumed)

    Wiring-
    =Unsure if buttons are quick disconnects or soldered to PCB
    =Unsure if joystick is 5-pin harness or soldered to microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAP-TTT2-360-01.jpg

    Hori RAP Tekken Tag Tournament 2
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro Tekken Tag Tournament 2

    Release date: 2011

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    =Unique door over recessed mounting for Start button slides into pocket within case when opened.

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Top panel bolts can be removed with Allen key for easy installation of plexi and art.

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF

    Buttons-
    +Sanwa OBSF-30

    PCB-
    =Both common ground

    Wiring-
    =Button s have quick disconnect wiring
    =Joystick has 5-pin JST connector

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =Plastic doored cord compartment









    XBox One
    XBox One
    XBox One
    XBox One
    XBox One






    to edit











    Unreleased
    Unreleased
    Unreleased
    Unreleased
    Unreleased
    Contains arcade sticks that saw development but were never released on any retail scale



    Hori-RAP-StockingMatsui-01.jpg
    Hori-RAP-StockingMatsui-02.jpg

    "STOCKING Matsui" HORI Real Arcade Pro
    -HORI built a special Real Arcade Pro. for use by STOCKING Matsui, a Tekken player, for his trip and participation in Evolution 2005
    -Only 1 is known to exist, making it the most limited edition Real Arcade Pro.

    Article sources-
    Conception: http://www.itmedia.co.jp/games/articles/0508/09/news011.html
    EVO2005: http://www.itmedia.co.jp/games/articles/0508/19/news044.html

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg or 5.7 lbs)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    +Philips Top panel bolts, can be opened with a 100yen coin
    +Exclusive RED case

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    =turbo panel was eliminated
    +Namco Layout (Similar to Japanese Tekken 5 HRAP)

    Plexi/Art-
    +Custom HORI-made overlay with custom Art

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TP-8Y-SK

    Buttons-
    -5x Hori buttons, 2x 24mm Hori buttons
    -Hole Plugs on 3 slots

    PCB-
    =Standard RAP Playstation 1/2

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    +Joystick uses 5-pin connector

    USB Cable-
    =PS2/PS1 connector exits plastic base
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAP-EXRS1-01.jpg

    Hori RAP EX RS-1
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. EX RS-1
    =Radiant Silvergun licensed stick (meant to co-incide with the XBLA remaster)
    -Product cancelled and never saw production

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Seimtisu LS-32-K-SS2

    Buttons-
    +Seimitsu PS-14-G, PS-14-D

    PCB-
    =Never saw production

    Wiring-
    +Buttons are quick disconnects
    -Joystick is individually soldered microswitches

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT




    Hori-RAPAXSD-01.jpg

    Hori RAP AX S+G
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro AX S+G
    -Product cancelled and never saw production

    SRKTT thread-
    http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/175629/hori-real-arcade-pro-ax-s-g

    Case-
    RAP Base
    =Weight (2.6 kg)
    =Sizes - Width = 412mm, Depth = 243mm, Height (including lever) = 135mm
    =One main plastic base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    +Same design/production base by major company for multiple consoles made swapping parts and getting 3rd party support easier
    =Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    =Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels

    Plexi/Art-
    =No default plexi
    =Plexi options available via Tek Innovations
    =Nuts and bolts for top metal panel are difficult to remove and assemble
    =Top loaders available via Tek Innovations allowing removal and assembly of top metal panel easier

    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Seimitsu LS-32-01

    Buttons-
    +Sanwa OBSF-30RG

    PCB-
    =Never saw production

    Wiring-
    =Never saw production

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =No cord compartment









    CURRENT TO DO LIST



    -All sticks with Hori's 2nd main RAP base model (VX/V3/V4/V4Silent/KaiVariants/etc) for 360 and PS3 and XB1 (PS4/PS3 versions already listed)
    -All sticks with Hori's 3rd main RAP base model (DoA5, TTT/etc) for 360 and PS3 (some already done via NENDO)
    -All XB1 sticks with 4th and 5th main base model (HRAP.V Hayabusa/whateverelse)
    -Colors of all cases, buttons, and balltops listed on each stick
    -Add release dates to each description
    -Hori Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (Hori base 2) - PS3
    -Hori Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (Hori base 2) - 360
    -Hori Arcana Heart 3 (Hori base 2) - PS3 photos- http://n10248.info/stick_collection
    -Hori Arcana Heart 3 (Hori base 2) - 360
    -Hori Aquapazza (Hori base 2) - PS3
    -Hori Wireless RAP Pro.V3 SA for PS3 (Japan Import) - http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Arcade-Pro-V3-PlayStation-Import-3/dp/B00D2MQL10
    -Hori RAP v3 SE BlackGreen for PS3 (Japan Exclusive) -
    http://i.imgur.com/nGg02H8.jpg LS-32-01 stick
    PS-14-G buttons for Square, Triangle, X, Circle, R1, R2, L1, L2
    PS-14-D for start button
    -Go through all of the HRAPs that have easy access screws from top as many are incorrectly labeled.

    Link: http://www.amazon.co.jp/【Amazon-co-jp限定-カラー】リアルアーケードPro-V3-SE-「ブラック×グリーン」-PS3用/dp/B004K6KMJO/ref=sr_1_44?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1427246650&sr=1-44&keywords=リアルアーケードpro

    Referring to the EX-SA 360 Needs edit---
    The 360 HRAP EX that I have seems more or less identical to the one pictured here, except that the button layout is different: A, B, X and Y are in a square shape between the bumper and trigger buttons (picture here).
    http://www.gamemanx.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/hori-hrap-ex.jpg

    I'm pretty sure it uses the same PCB and everything, so maybe this is just a first edition they made before they realized that this style layout is horrible?


    @FrankCastleAZ: I saw your post in the other thread, and yes, they are labeled for the alternate layout. The sticker on the bottom says it's an HX3-10, for reference.




    How To



    How to install a Seimitsu LS-32 joystick in HRAP v1 and v2 models:

    HRAP version 2:
    ERyoUwe.jpg
    xlCGAlN.jpg

    HRAP version 1:
    When mounting an LS-32(-01) or LS-40(-01) to this stick, use the Seimitsu SS mounting plate. This will ensure the correct mounting height to the HRAP.

    Required tools: Phillips screwdriver, Metric tap wrench (4M, 0.7mm pitch)
    Suggested tools: Metric nut driver (to remove the fastening nuts/washers in the HRAP), Vampliers/Neji-saurus pliers (to remove some of the difficult stock mounted screws on the JLF, or in case the screws strip while being unscrewed.).

    An example of a metric tap wrench:
    zExjgs4.jpg


    1. Remove the rear panel of the HRAP body. Suggest using a metric nut driver to remove the fastening nuts and washers from the mounting screws once the back panel is removed.
    2. Once the fastening nuts/washers are removed, remove the mounting screws and gently lift the front panel from the HRAP body.
    3. The stock mounted JLF will be mounted as pictured:
    H1hz5Eh.jpg
    Remove the screws using a Phillips screw driver.
    4. With the screws removed, use the tap wrench to "drill" the proper sized screw holes in the areas circled below:
    rPeQVbB.jpg
    5. Place the SS plate atop the newly prepped screw holes and proceed to mount the LS-32/LS-40 stick.

    White Amazon JP HRAP3 does have the same plate as the original HRAP3. Thus LS-32s and LS-40s are a no-go, but 56/58 models can be mounted. See the picture below:

    http://i.imgur.com/gdbTAl3.jpg
    Definitely the plate from the HRAP1 version 2 and regular HRAP3.








    BELOW SPOILER TAG IS FOR INFORMATION THAT I HAVE NOT YET BEEN ABLE TO SORT THROUGH OR UTILIZE IN FINDING INFORMATION
    Modding the sticks:

    Original and CFJ:
    - Replacing the stock buttons w/Sanwa pushbuttons: Simply open up the HRAP, remove the quick disconnects off the Hori buttons, pop the buttons out, then put in the Sanwa pushbuttons, hook up the quick disconnects to those and booyaa, you got yourself a HRAP fully equipped with Sanwas. Recommended buttons for this switcheroo are Snap-ins due to the Metal Panel, but Screw-ins should work too.

    HRAP1 version 2:
    - Replacing the buttons is almost the same as the OG HRAP and CFJ HRAP, but the QDs are slightly harder to remove for some reason. So here is a diagram on how to remove them to avoid having sore hands (kudos to spoon for the diagram):
    qd9xd.th.jpg

    HRAP2:
    - fubarduck's HRAP2 modding guide:
    http://forums.shoryuken.com/showpost.php?p=2729022&postcount=1

    HRAP3 and its variants, HRAP1B:
    - EvilSamurai goes on about which Sanwa and Seimitsu sticks are compatible:
    http://forums.shoryuken.com/showpost.php?p=5362455&postcount=163
    - Kendrick reveals no go for the LS-32 for the HRAP3 and its variants:
    http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=173325

    US Tekken 5 Hori Stick:
    - Upgrading the T5 stick into a full Sanwa stick:
    http://himuragames.suddenlaunch3.com/index.cgi?board=techinfo&action=display&num=1109887687

    How can I put custom art on my HRAP?
    http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=107975&highlight=eggy

    Where can I buy a HRAP?:
    - http://www.play-asia.com
    - http://www.ncsx.com
    - http://www.vgonetwork.com/


    Can I still buy a Special Addition or Special Edition HRAP?
    - At this moment in time, your best bet would be either ebay or Yahoo Japan or any other auction site.















    Resource posts with info not yet sorted through-

    http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/17096/high-score-vgo-network-hori-real-arcade-pro-sales-info-thread

    http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/189931/some-questions-about-that-ps2-arcana-heart-stick-and-a-few-online-retailers

    http://sdtechin.com/

    http://stick-wiki.wikidot.com/hori
    Post edited by FrankCastleAZ on
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    Can't seem to track down an official Hori press release, but it looks like there's going to be Silent version of the PS4/PS3 Real Arcade Pro.V

    PlayAsia.com has a release date of 4/23/2015 for their preorders.

    real-arcade-pro-v-silent-hayabusa-for-playstation-4-playstation-403105.1.jpg

    real-arcade-pro-v-silent-hayabusa-for-playstation-4-playstation-403105.2.jpg

    real-arcade-pro-v-silent-hayabusa-for-playstation-4-playstation-403105.3.jpg
    #MAS_Preservation_Society
  • FrankCastleAZFrankCastleAZ SRKTT Modder of the Year 2014 & AZHP Gaming Founder Joined: Posts: 897
    Can't seem to track down an official Hori press release, but it looks like there's going to be Silent version of the PS4/PS3 Real Arcade Pro.V

    Even though I had that listed in the PS4/PS4 Retail Arcade Sticks List I didn't have it listed here. Thanks for the heads up.

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  • YannickYannick Max Range Panta Rhei Joined: Posts: 4,464
    edited April 2015
    Can I suggest using spoilers in the OP? Makes the post much easier to traverse.

    Re: Silent HRAP, any word on if they're making one in the Kai configuration? I feel like that would be the ideal stick for me.
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    Lol
    Never pay double the retail price
  • FrankCastleAZFrankCastleAZ SRKTT Modder of the Year 2014 & AZHP Gaming Founder Joined: Posts: 897
    Yannick wrote: »
    Can I suggest using spoilers in the OP? Makes the post much easier to traverse.

    Re: Silent HRAP, any word on if they're making one in the Kai configuration? I feel like that would be the ideal stick for me.

    Will take your suggestion into consideration.

    As for a Silent Kai version, we have no idea as they haven't announced anything as such.
    Making an existing Kai stick into a Silent isn't that difficult though. With optical PCBs and silencer pads, you'd likely be able to do it for the same or a lesser cost than if Hori produced it and marked it up accordingly.
    Check THIS THREAD to see what joystick PCB options you have. No idea if Hori has released the optical PCB individually.
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    Thanks! Was looking up some different options a while back, but didn't want to commit without doing all the necessary research. I'll check that thread out.
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  • quashpdarkmanquashpdarkman Just "quash" will do. Joined: Posts: 124
    @FrankCastleAZ: I saw your post in the other thread, and yes, they are labeled for the alternate layout. The sticker on the bottom says it's an HX3-10, for reference.
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    Hey, @FrankCastleAZ. I can confirm that the HRAP3 SA uses hex screws for it's top panel, not a bolt/washer/nut combo like in the original HRAP3. Meaning that this allows for easy access to the top panel. This can even be seen in the stock photo you provided for it. In fact, a lot of these sticks mention not-so-easy top panel access yet their pics show them having hex screws for their top panels.

    Because I thought otherwise, I bought HRAP top loaders, thinking I would need them for my HRAP3 SA. But since they were cheap, and I don't mind supporting Arthur, it's not a big deal.
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    Resized/Edited photos at 500x500 and made sure correct system photo was listed under each console for the following sticks:
    -Hori RAP N3 SA PS3
    -Hori RAP DoA5 PS3
    -Hori RAP MSGE VS
    -Hori RAP MSGE VS FB
    -Hori RAP SCV PS3
    -Hori RAP TTT2 PS3
    -Hori RAP SCV 360
    -Hori RAP TTT2 360
    -Hori RAP StockingMatsuri
    -Hori RAP EX RS1
    -Hori RAP DoA5 360



    Still need to do XB1 sticks especially now that the HRAP V Kai for XB1/360 is being released



    @FrankCastleAZ: I saw your post in the other thread, and yes, they are labeled for the alternate layout. The sticker on the bottom says it's an HX3-10, for reference.

    Noted to do in the future on post 2.
    Yannick wrote: »
    Can I suggest using spoilers in the OP? Makes the post much easier to traverse.

    Done. Although I will likely edit a bit more and still list titles below the consoles.
    Hey, @FrankCastleAZ. I can confirm that the HRAP3 SA uses hex screws for it's top panel, not a bolt/washer/nut combo like in the original HRAP3. Meaning that this allows for easy access to the top panel. This can even be seen in the stock photo you provided for it. In fact, a lot of these sticks mention not-so-easy top panel access yet their pics show them having hex screws for their top panels.

    Because I thought otherwise, I bought HRAP top loaders, thinking I would need them for my HRAP3 SA. But since they were cheap, and I don't mind supporting Arthur, it's not a big deal.

    Apologies for your purchase based on information I've gathered. A lot of what is listed is copy/pasta as sorting through the information is rough.
    If you're able to go through and make a list of the top panel access sticks so I can edit the posts it'd be greatly appreciated. If not, it's something I have on the list on post 2 to get done eventually.

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  • oldskoolgamingoldskoolgaming STMemory Joined: Posts: 105
    Hi I checked the SFIV edition, PCB is common ground and Joystick uses a 5-pin harness. I'll try to provide pics when I am back home using my own computer
  • Nucking Futs!Nucking Futs! Joined: Posts: 1,278
    edited December 2015
    Didn't know where to post this so I put it here & on the PS4 VLX thread:

    Anyone have additional info on this new version?

    http://www.play-asia.com/real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta/13/709mi5

    real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.1.jpg?o022h6

    real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.2.jpg?o022h4

    real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.3.jpg?o022h3

    They're pre-selling it for $235 plus shipping (only one option @ $59.90 to Texas). Trying to figure out why it's much less than the original PS4 VLX ($300). Other than the different color themes on side & top panels, I can't see any other differences. Would prefer to buy in the states to avoid overseas shipping cost. About to inquire with both Hori USA & Arcade Shock. I should've just bought 1 PS4 VLX originally instead of 2.
    Current fav's the Hori RAP4 VLX! Like the MickeyD's commercial..."I'm lovin it"
  • General_AwesomoGeneral_Awesomo "Hyouh!" Joined: Posts: 370
    Didn't know where to post this so I put it here & on the PS4 VLX thread:

    Anyone have additional info on this new version?

    http://www.play-asia.com/real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta/13/709mi5

    http://s.pacn.ws/1280/oy/real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.1.jpg?o022h6

    http://s.pacn.ws/1280/oy/real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.2.jpg?o022h4

    http://s.pacn.ws/1280/oy/real-arcade-pro-v-premium-vlx-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playsta-449069.3.jpg?o022h3

    They're pre-selling it for $235 plus shipping (only one option @ $59.90 to Texas). Trying to figure out why it's much less than the original PS4 VLX ($300). Other than the different color themes on side & top panels, I can't see any other differences. Would prefer to buy in the states to avoid overseas shipping cost. About to inquire with both Hori USA & Arcade Shock. I should've just bought 1 PS4 VLX originally instead of 2.

    The new feature is that it uses the new Hayabusa buttons. Unfortunately, I don't see a switch for XInput (PC), a feature that is in the new HRAP.V Hayabusa and HRAP.V Hayabusa Silent.
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  • NCK_FeroceNCK_Feroce Left behind Joined: Posts: 2,373
    There's no XInput in the ver.1 of the HRAP V Silent.
  • General_AwesomoGeneral_Awesomo "Hyouh!" Joined: Posts: 370
    I know. I meant the new version of the HRAP.V Hayabusa Silent.
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  • NCK_FeroceNCK_Feroce Left behind Joined: Posts: 2,373
    I know. I meant the new version of the HRAP.V Hayabusa Silent.

    The Version 2 has the XInput.
  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 20,239
    feroce82 wrote: »
    I know. I meant the new version of the HRAP.V Hayabusa Silent.

    The Version 2 has the XInput.

    That what he is trying to say
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  • NCK_FeroceNCK_Feroce Left behind Joined: Posts: 2,373
    edited December 2015
    Darksakul wrote: »
    feroce82 wrote: »
    I know. I meant the new version of the HRAP.V Hayabusa Silent.

    The Version 2 has the XInput.

    That what he is trying to say

    My bad guys, I've confused the Hori threads :dizzy:
    Post edited by NCK_Feroce on
  • manbehindthewiresmanbehindthewires Consider yourself lightly, consider the world deeply Joined: Posts: 930
    edited January 2016
    CURRENT TO DO LIST

    -All sticks with Hori's 2nd main RAP base model VX

    Hi Res Image:
    HoriRealArcadeProVXSAJoystick.jpg

    Hori RAP VX-SA
    =Hori Real Arcade Pro. VX-Sanwa Parts

    SRKTT thread-
    =Unknown

    Case-
    = Weight 4.8lbs (2.2kg)
    = Sizes - LxWxH 16.92" x 9.45" x 4.92" / 430mm x 240mm x 125mm
    = Metal base. Does not have individual plastic pieces
    = Metal inset top faceplate
    = Interior of case has plenty of space for mounting PCBs
    = Must open from bottom (Which voids the warranty)
    = Integral side grips
    = Chamfered wrist rest
    + Integral cable storage

    Metal Panels-
    +Both top and bottom metal panels
    +Universal Joystick mount

    Plexi/Art-
    - No plexi, unprotected artwork which can only be replaced by destroying previous artwork - plexi retrofits aren't straightforward
    =Top faceplate removable by destroying top arwork


    Bottom Padding/Feet-
    =No padding
    =Four rubber feet

    Joystick-
    +Sanwa JLF-TP-8YT-SK

    Buttons-
    + 8 x Face Sanwa OBSF-30 buttons (B, X, Y, LB / A, LT, RT, RB)
    - 1 x Face Sanwa OBSF-24 START Button
    - Hori own mini HOME and BACK face buttons
    + 8 x 3-position turbo switches (Off/10ps/20ps)

    PCB-
    + Common ground Main PCB
    = Separate Home/Turbo PCB
    = Separate Audio Jack PCB


    Wiring-
    =
    Brpl_zKIUAACcj3.jpg

    USB Cable-
    =USB 2.0
    =Integral Cable Compartment - Cable door has reputation for falling off/breaking

    Unanswered Questions Due to Insufficient Testing-
    =TO EDIT
    Post edited by manbehindthewires on
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  • TheMexicanCowboyTheMexicanCowboy Joined: Posts: 54
    Hi guys, I was considering getting the Hori RAP 4 Kai but I tried out my friends stick who has that same model and his seemed off. Based on what I read the Kai has the stick and buttons placed a little farther apart than say the Hori RAP.V.

    I feel that the offness that I felt with the stick might be because of the spacing so I was wondering if anyone knew which one of these two sticks (the Kai and the Pro.V) had a layout more similar to say the quanba Q1 which is what I'm really used to.

    Also I hear that aperantly there is lag with the Kai inputs of some sort was wondering if there was any justification to this and how relevant that lag would really be?

    Any advice would be awesome thanks y'all.
  • Razor96Razor96 namu namu namu... Joined: Posts: 217
    Hi guys, I was considering getting the Hori RAP 4 Kai but I tried out my friends stick who has that same model and his seemed off. Based on what I read the Kai has the stick and buttons placed a little farther apart than say the Hori RAP.V.

    I feel that the offness that I felt with the stick might be because of the spacing so I was wondering if anyone knew which one of these two sticks (the Kai and the Pro.V) had a layout more similar to say the quanba Q1 which is what I'm really used to.

    Also I hear that aperantly there is lag with the Kai inputs of some sort was wondering if there was any justification to this and how relevant that lag would really be?

    Any advice would be awesome thanks y'all.

    For this kind of question i suggest you read this:http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/137321/what-stick-controller-should-i-buy-read-the-guide-on-pg-1-before-posting/p1


    If you still can't get the information you need ask there not here
  • TheMexicanCowboyTheMexicanCowboy Joined: Posts: 54
    Razor96 wrote: »
    For this kind of question i suggest you read this:http://forums.shoryuken.com/discussion/137321/what-stick-controller-should-i-buy-read-the-guide-on-pg-1-before-posting/p1


    If you still can't get the information you need ask there not here

    Thanks for the heads up I'll head over there now
  • Razor96Razor96 namu namu namu... Joined: Posts: 217
    No problem next time be sure to check the stickies and to use the search bar before making a new post
  • PunisherofallPunisherofall Joined: Posts: 11
    I just received my Hori RAP4 with hayabusa buttons ( the updated version) and I am floored! I am a long time Sanwa user and I believe I have converted already after two hours of use. The hayabusa stick is amazing and the textured hayabusa buttons are sublime. I am coming from madcatz t.e. sticks and I am speechless as to how quality this Hori is. I strongly recommend this stick. It is absolutely more responsive ( less lag) than my t.e. Round One and t.e. Round 2 sticks. Thank you Hori this stick is perfect out of the box!
  • JakreemJakreem Joined: Posts: 1
    Does anyone know the size of the screws/bolts for the HRAP3 top panel?

    Mine have oxidized and I'm looking to replace them with something nicer.
  • NENDONENDO I will meditate and then destroy you. Joined: Posts: 3,339
    Jakreem wrote: »
    Does anyone know the size of the screws/bolts for the HRAP3 top panel?

    Mine have oxidized and I'm looking to replace them with something nicer.

    M4x16mm
  • ChikalinChikalin Joined: Posts: 88
    Has anyone been able to get a picture of the PCB for the HRAP4 Kai Silent? I've been pondering some experiments with one, but I'm curious if it's still using the same bare 6 pin jst connector for the joystick harness as the original HRAP4 Silent and the DOA5LR stick. If it's hot glued on there, then I will be sad.
  • dosukoi7dosukoi7 Joined: Posts: 1
    Hi, I got the aquapazza rap3 recently. hope I did this right
    DGw3aG6.jpg

    Is this model one where you need to destroy the art to change the art? Are they hard to change? Where would one get this hard plastic art made?
  • NENDONENDO I will meditate and then destroy you. Joined: Posts: 3,339
    @dosukoi7 - Why would you art mod such a rare stick?
  • AtibaAtiba Joined: Posts: 69
    NENDO wrote: »
    @dosukoi7 - Why would you art mod such a rare stick?

    That's like kinda how I feel about this Hori's PS2 Real Arcade Fighting Stick. I wanted a stick to mod but this is so nice.

    https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/322082045489
  • SaveFightingSaveFighting Games & Pussy..Cats Joined: Posts: 406
    ^ Such a nice stick.
    Real gamers play Fighting games. Fuck all the haters.
  • NENDONENDO I will meditate and then destroy you. Joined: Posts: 3,339
    Atiba wrote: »
    NENDO wrote: »
    @dosukoi7 - Why would you art mod such a rare stick?

    That's like kinda how I feel about this Hori's PS2 Real Arcade Fighting Stick. I wanted a stick to mod but this is so nice.

    https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/322082045489

    Ya man. You don't mod that.
  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 20,239
    edited April 2016
    NENDO wrote: »
    Atiba wrote: »
    NENDO wrote: »
    @dosukoi7 - Why would you art mod such a rare stick?

    That's like kinda how I feel about this Hori's PS2 Real Arcade Fighting Stick. I wanted a stick to mod but this is so nice.

    https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/322082045489

    Ya man. You don't mod that.

    That stick is now a collectors item, and the only work it should get are restorative mods and repairs.
    Never pay double the retail price
  • FalkentyneFalkentyne Joined: Posts: 576
    Forgive my ignorance, but what exactly is so special about that stick?
  • FrankCastleAZFrankCastleAZ SRKTT Modder of the Year 2014 & AZHP Gaming Founder Joined: Posts: 897
    Falkentyne wrote: »
    Forgive my ignorance, but what exactly is so special about that stick?

    Rarity + one of the first retail sticks to ever have all Sanwa parts.

    Most other Hori sticks that came out at that time used a Sanwa stick but had Hori brand buttons.
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  • FalkentyneFalkentyne Joined: Posts: 576
    Oh I had no idea it was sanwa parts. I'm so used to all the false advertising everywhere I assumed it was "arcade like" parts.
    I love the design of that. If that stick worked on a PC I might pick one up. Looks like an excellent travel stick too if it's smaller than a Madcatz TE/Qanba stick.

    So Hori switched from Sanwa to their own inhouse brand when the PS3 came out?
    (sort of like Cherry MX vs Gateron/Kailh/Outemu for mechanical keyboards?)
  • Karr80Karr80 Joined: Posts: 97
    Was that one all Sanwa?
    It's not the SA model so wouldn't that only have a Sanwa stick and Hori buttons?
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  • NENDONENDO I will meditate and then destroy you. Joined: Posts: 3,339
    edited April 2016
    Falkentyne wrote: »
    Oh I had no idea it was sanwa parts. I'm so used to all the false advertising everywhere I assumed it was "arcade like" parts.
    I love the design of that. If that stick worked on a PC I might pick one up. Looks like an excellent travel stick too if it's smaller than a Madcatz TE/Qanba stick.

    So Hori switched from Sanwa to their own inhouse brand when the PS3 came out?
    (sort of like Cherry MX vs Gateron/Kailh/Outemu for mechanical keyboards?)

    If you check the first page of this thread all of that info is there. In the PS3 era they still offered both Sanwa and Seimitsu arcade sticks as well as all Hori part sticks. These are definitely not smaller than TEs. They're actually considerably more bulky.
  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 20,239
    I used a beaten up Hori EX as the basis to my Virtual On Stick.
    I don't have a photo right now as image shack holding the images hostage.
    Never pay double the retail price
  • FrankCastleAZFrankCastleAZ SRKTT Modder of the Year 2014 & AZHP Gaming Founder Joined: Posts: 897
    Falkentyne wrote: »
    Oh I had no idea it was sanwa parts. I'm so used to all the false advertising everywhere I assumed it was "arcade like" parts.
    I love the design of that. If that stick worked on a PC I might pick one up. Looks like an excellent travel stick too if it's smaller than a Madcatz TE/Qanba stick.

    So Hori switched from Sanwa to their own inhouse brand when the PS3 came out?
    (sort of like Cherry MX vs Gateron/Kailh/Outemu for mechanical keyboards?)

    Correction, that stick did have Sanwa stick and Hori buttons after looking at my first post in this thread. It is still super rare though.
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  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 20,239
    edited May 2016
    In trying to demystify Hori's terrible naming scheme i made some headway

    Looking at this chart here I notice Hori took the time to include serial numbers.
    hori1_zps114f18b1.png

    After tons of searching I found some photos of some boxes.
    And on the boxes I saw there are model serval numbers

    Hori Real Arcade Pro Soul Calibur V for the PS3 is HP3-109 and HX3-74 for the Xbox 360
    The Hori Real Arcade Pro DOA 5 stick for the PS3 is HP3-150

    The Hori Real Arcade Pro V3 SA is model number HP3-65
    pa.170909.6.jpg

    The Hori Real Arcade Pro V4 Hayabusa is ps4-005
    hori-real-arcade-pro-v4-hayabusa-357235.4.jpg

    The Hori Real Arcade Pro.V HAYABUSA for PlayStation4 & PlayStation3 is PS4-046
    real-arcade-pro-v-hayabusa-for-playstation4-playstation3-438613.4.jpg

    PlayAsia as the model number listed as the "Catalog No."

    Often on the US packaging you see the model number ending in a extra letter, a U; example HP3-150U.
    That U just stands for United States as the Japanese is lacking that extra letter.
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  • DarksakulDarksakul Your lack of faith disturbs me Joined: Posts: 20,239
    More serial numbers referencing from Play Asia

    VLX

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.EX PREMIUM VLX (Xbox 360) - HX3-55 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-proex-premium-vlx/13/703py3

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.3 PREMIUM VLX (PS3) - HP3-61 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro3-premium-vlx/13/703py1

    Hori REAL ARCADE PRO. 4 PREMIUM VLX FOR PLAYSTATION 4 & PLAYSTATION 3 (Falcon Red) - PS4-050 http://www.play-asia.com/real-arcade-pro-4-premium-vlx-for-playstation-4-playstation-3/13/70a5cz


    Hrap 1, 2, 3, EX
    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.EX (early type) (Xbox 360) - HX3-10 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-proex/13/702xsv

    HORI Real Arcade Pro.EX (Tekken 6 Design) (X360) - HX3-52 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-proex-tekken-6-design/13/703k8j

    MUSHIHIMESAMA FUTARI VER 1.5 ARCADE STICK (X360) - HX3-57 http://www.play-asia.com/mushihimesama-futari-ver-15-arcade-stick/13/703jhb

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.EX RS-1 (RADIANT SILVERGUN DESIGN) (X360) - HX3-69 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-proex-rs-1-radiant-silvergun-design/13/70433r

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO STICK (PS2) - HP2-134 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick/13/705w3

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO STICK (ORANGE) (PS2) - HP2-261 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-orange/13/702sxy

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO STICK 2 SA (PS2) - HP2-260 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-2-sa/13/702nut

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO STICK 2 (White) (PS2) - HP2-205 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-2/13/7010up

    HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (PS3) (Early type) - HP3-07 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-2/13/7010up

    HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (White) (PS3) HP3-45 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-3-white/13/702sxw

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO 3 SA (PS3) - HP3-53 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-3-sa/13/703kug

    HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue Design) (PS3) - HP3-119 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-3-tekken-tag-tournament-2-prologue-de/13/704ggf

    Blazblue Fighting Stick for PlayStation 3 - HP3-56 http://www.play-asia.com/blazblue-fighting-stick/13/703c2g

    HORI Real Arcade Pro Stick 3 (Tekken 6 Design) (PS3) - HP3-62 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-stick-3-tekken-6-design/13/703k8k


    V3/VX

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 "HAYABUSA" (PS3) HP3-193 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-prov3-hayabusa/13/707bx1

    HORI Real Arcade PRO.V3 SA [Amazon.co.jp Limited Edition] (PS3) - Serial N/A http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-prov3-sa-amazoncojp-limited-edition/13/703wki

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.VX SA (X360) - HX3-59 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-provx-sa/13/703ryd

    HORI PS3 Real Arcade Pro. V3 SA "Kai" (PS3) - HP3-131 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-ps3-real-arcade-pro-v3-sa-kai/13/705b3x

    HORI WIRELESS REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 SA (PS3) - HP3-85 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-wireless-real-arcade-prov3-sa/13/706nb9

    HORI WIRELESS REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 "HAYABUSA" (PS2) - HP3-194 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-wireless-real-arcade-prov3-hayabusa/13/707bx3

    N-3

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO N3 SA (PS3) - HP3-158 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-pro-n3-sa/13/706ykf



    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Fighting Stick for PlayStation 3 - HP3-83 http://www.play-asia.com/blazblue-continuum-shift-fighting-stick/13/703sc5

    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend Fighting Stick for PlayStation 3 - HP3-123 http://www.play-asia.com/blazblue-continuum-shift-extend-fighting-stick/13/704ggh

    Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Fighting Stick (PS3) - HP3-117 http://www.play-asia.com/ultimate-marvel-vs-capcom-3-fighting-stick/13/704fs6


    And that all I am doing for now
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  • Feargus001100Feargus001100 Joined: Posts: 989
    Darksakul wrote: »
    More serial numbers referencing from Play Asia ...

    V3/VX

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 "HAYABUSA" (PS3) HP3-193 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-prov3-hayabusa/13/707bx1

    HORI Real Arcade PRO.V3 SA [Amazon.co.jp Limited Edition] (PS3) - Serial N/A http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-prov3-sa-amazoncojp-limited-edition/13/703wki

    HORI REAL ARCADE PRO.VX SA (X360) - HX3-59 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-real-arcade-provx-sa/13/703ryd

    HORI PS3 Real Arcade Pro. V3 SA "Kai" (PS3) - HP3-131 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-ps3-real-arcade-pro-v3-sa-kai/13/705b3x

    HORI WIRELESS REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 SA (PS3) - HP3-85 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-wireless-real-arcade-prov3-sa/13/706nb9

    HORI WIRELESS REAL ARCADE PRO.V3 "HAYABUSA" (PS2) - HP3-194 http://www.play-asia.com/hori-wireless-real-arcade-prov3-hayabusa/13/707bx3

    Adding the HORI Real Arcade Pro.V3 "HAYABUSA" Limited Edition (PS3) HP3-195 to the pile!!!

    SAKO!!!

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  • hanzohattori1hanzohattori1 Dust to Dust, Amen Joined: Posts: 936
    Hello! First time here. I recently purchased the KoF XIV Hori RAP 4 Kai and I wanted some advice on the best battops that would work with it. I wanted to put a crown or fantasy joystick in, but I decided against going through the trouble. The stick as a whole is great, but the balltop is too small for me.
  • LittleJimmy1983LittleJimmy1983 Macho Madness Joined: Posts: 888
    Does anyone know how much of a hassle it would be to properly mount an ls-32 in a HRAP 2?
    ABACABB.
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