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I’m fairly certainly the LS-32 mod is NOT the same as the JLF/20 micro-gram mod.
Zippy is for the LS-32 and LS-32 clone. These 20 micro-gam mods are JLF and clone only from what I see in the video.
I don’t think the official Seimitsu joystick switches are interchangeable with Sanwa JLF joystick switches. Very, very different.
Seimitsu joysticks actually have small fences/gates on top of the microswitches themselves. It’s one of the big distinguishing features and a big part of a) why Seimitsu joysticks generally engage faster, and b) why it’s generally easier to use Square (Restrictor) Gates with Seimitsu joysticks… Well, at least the LS-32 and LS-40 lines are easier to use with square gates…
Sanwa microswitches don’t have the small metal gates on top of the actual microswitch button. The lack of fences/gates’ components is also why there are replacement optical PCB’s available for the JLF but none for the Seimitsu joysticks. When you take away the gates from the microswitches then the Seimitsu stick ceases to be a Seimitsu joystick.
I know it’s a bit confusing because I’m using the term “Gate” for two very different pieces of hardware. In conjunction with microswitches/tabs, a gate is just a small metal fence that rests on top of the microswitch. The joystick actuator will actually hit this “fence” and not make physical contact with the microswitch in Seimitsu-type PCB’s… The Square or Octo Gate is a hardware that restricts movement of the stick’s metal shaft/lever so that it in only goes in the directions the (Restrictor) Gate allows it to go in.