Joystick


#1

So last year I bought a SF:AC arcade stick and replaced most of the parts in it. For the most part I like it a lot, but I do have one problem with it. I hit diagonals all the time. I took the time actually look at how far I could go until I hit a diagonal and I found that if I strayed about 15 from right, left, up, or down, I would end up hitting a diagonal. I was just wondering if this is something that other people ahve run into and something that I’ll eventually get used to. Is there some way I could modify my stick so that I increase the tolerance for left, right, up, and down (like filing down the thing that actually triggers the micro switches). I’m tempted to just get a MAS Systems Perfect 360 stick, but that’s a lot of money for just a better joy stick (as I have no idea how to wire in a perfect 360 myself). Thanks for any help I can get.


#2

Did you put a happ competition stick inside your SFAC, and are you sure you wired it up properly? Might want to open it up and be sure the connections are tight.


#3

I’m pretty sure I did everything correctly, but I’m going to open it up soon anyway, so I can check. Anything specific I should look for?

Edit: Actually, does anyone know how hard it would be to put in a p360 into the Anniversery Arcade stick? I was reading the compatability guide above but I’m not really tech savy so I’m still not sure whether or not it’s doable.