Wait, so what stick has the shortest engage distance then? Without the use for modded actuators I mean. But hell, if I can make a ls-56 with a shorter engage distance that would be incredible.
But what I was trying to say is something like after getting used to the ls-56, when I went back to the jlf, i kinda ended up naturally stopped hitting the gates as much on the jlf. Kind of taught me to be precise which pretty much lead to faster inputs.
One thing that really taught me that being precise was important was mastering combos in kof xiii. Nest kyo for example had instances during juggles where it required u to hit f, d, df only! If u ended up accidently hitting f after df, it would result in you doing an unintentional super(one reason to use a stick over a controller). The stock Jlf’s were suspectable on hitting f after df if u weren’t careful, so it kind of required u to not really ride the gate if you ended up doing so. But on the ls-56, u could ride the hell out of that gate, the thing would just pop back to neutral after df. Although if u aren’t used to the short throw, u might end up doing unintentional jumping, which led me to trying to not ride the gate as much.