Hori RAP V Hayabusa for Nintendo Switch Help

hair_bun_warriorhair_bun_warrior Joined: Posts: 4
This is my first fightstick and its a lot of fun learning how to use it. That being said, I'm learning a flaw in the stick...at least for me. The box for the joystick is in a square pattern and I'm having trouble getting my movements down. It's not a super tight stick either. Any advice on upgrades or modding my current setup to an octagonal set up of some sort? I can't seem to find anything for the switch controller yet online. I play SFII primarily. Thanks for any help.

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  • electricgraveelectricgrave KOBURAH!!! Joined: Posts: 57
    IMHO there are no flaws with the hardware, the flaws are with us. Clean your inputs, practice fireball traps, repetition is the key, a sure way to get more precise with your stick. Not saying you aren't trying but sometimes diligence can go a long way.

    There are Hayabusa octagonal gates. Focus Attack is going maintenance so the website is down, check them out once they resume business.

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    You can also opt to mod a Sanwa octogate this way.

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    As for the tightness of the stick, you could look for a heavier spring, I've never done it but it can be done to JLF stick so I don't see why it couldn't be done to a Hayabusa.

    I suggest to get used to what you got, just as a learning curve to work with a stick and get a better feel for things, then afterwards and once comfortable you'll find what suits you best after experimenting with different parts.

    Good luck!

  • hair_bun_warriorhair_bun_warrior Joined: Posts: 4
    thanks for the info! I agree its a really nice stick the fault is definitely in my lack of use. I just feel like I'm accidentally hitting the direction down forward or back up on accident to often. Theres definitely a sweet spot to find. Ill look into Focus Attack once they're back up and running. thanks again
  • electricgraveelectricgrave KOBURAH!!! Joined: Posts: 57
    NP, glad I could help.

  • tonyz723tonyz723 Joined: Posts: 57
    This is my first fightstick and its a lot of fun learning how to use it. That being said, I'm learning a flaw in the stick...at least for me. The box for the joystick is in a square pattern and I'm having trouble getting my movements down. It's not a super tight stick either. Any advice on upgrades or modding my current setup to an octagonal set up of some sort? I can't seem to find anything for the switch controller yet online. I play SFII primarily. Thanks for any help.

    It's really just a muscle memory thing. Once you get better you'll stop running into the restrictor as much, and the shape won't really affect anything. When you start you'll have a tendancy to run the stick against the square-shaped gate, which makes it hard.
  • hair_bun_warriorhair_bun_warrior Joined: Posts: 4
    tonyz723 wrote: »
    This is my first fightstick and its a lot of fun learning how to use it. That being said, I'm learning a flaw in the stick...at least for me. The box for the joystick is in a square pattern and I'm having trouble getting my movements down. It's not a super tight stick either. Any advice on upgrades or modding my current setup to an octagonal set up of some sort? I can't seem to find anything for the switch controller yet online. I play SFII primarily. Thanks for any help.

    It's really just a muscle memory thing. Once you get better you'll stop running into the restrictor as much, and the shape won't really affect anything. When you start you'll have a tendancy to run the stick against the square-shaped gate, which makes it hard.

    I'm starting to get it, you are absolutely right. I bought a Madcatz for my PS4 to play SFV and its like second nature to me now using the square gate. Practice makes perfect. Playing any fighting game feels like a brand new game to me now, its a great feeling.
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