Paik4Life, post: 1252831 wrote:
emphrygian: I would say that the stock SC2 joystick would feel more like an LS-32. And the stock buttons would feel like the normal Seimitsu PS-14-G.
Lupus: For 30mm you need a 1-3/16" tool. For 24mm you need a 15/16" tool. And unlike Happ buttons, you do NOT need a special tool to tighten the screw-ins for Sanwa or Seimitsu.
Paik4Life, post: 1252833 wrote:
Just your fingers : )
tomorr0w, post: 1252840 wrote:
How do 24mm buttons compare with 30mm buttons? Is there any difference beyond size?
M K L, post: 1252839 wrote:
Keep the stock stick, it's Sanwa anyway.
Taiki, post: 1252842 wrote:
is it? I'd rather have a JLF in any case.
M K L, post: 1252843 wrote:
It's a Sanwa JLW.
M K L, post: 1252847 wrote:
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Paik4Life, post: 1252837 wrote:
Taiki, the CPS Fighter Stick would be pretty odd to mod considering the stock buttons are small and close to each other. The stick is fairly thin and would be difficult to mount a stick. I haven't even looked at mine that close because it doesn't seem to be a reasonable stick to even attempt.
H82, I'm not really sure what you're describing but I have never had a problem with the LS-32 moving past the restrictor. Most of the time, my shaft hits the metal base piece before it even has a chance to hit the plastic restrictor piece. I mean, yeah if you put a really strong force on any stick, it will have vertical play that will lift the stick out of it's normal path. But if you're doing that, then you're just not playing correctly. : )
chippermonky, post: 1252860 wrote:
well ex-s, you could easily make a stick with a .001mm engage, but who would use that. It's all a matter of taste.
I felt the JLF had a bit too big of a throw, but I got use to it after about half an year of playing . What kinda sticks do the arcades have anyways?
Ex-S, post: 1252861 wrote:
LOL... yes a .001mm engage wouldn't be very functional = P.... But yeah, I'm not sure if it's the engage or the deadzone on the JLF that makes if difficult to use. The JLF throw is fine for me; it feels pretty much the same as the arcade... LS-40 is pretty cheap though so it might be worth trying one, but I don't know of anyone who's used one. Anyway, all the fightining games are on SEGA VersusCity cabs, so whatever stick those cabs have would be the one I want.
chippermonky, post: 1252862 wrote:
where exactly would you plan on getting an LS 40?
Anyways, granted I just asked you where you were planning on getting one, I might be getting 2 in a bit and I'll tell you how they feel.
jugoso, post: 1252864 wrote:
I have doubt: Seimitsu sticks (LS-32) come with two restrictors. One blue and other bright cyan (between the blue one and the actual stick). Is the cyan one really a restrictor? If so, is it the 4-way restrictor? Should I remove to play 3s?