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Date de l'affichage 22-janv.-17
20,00 $
Adresse Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 1E9, Canada
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Descr. :

This is a custom-built arcade stick for SNES only.

The dimensions for the box are: 12" long x 10" deep x 6" high. (to the top of the stick it's 8")

It was made by someone who owned an amusement arcade - from industrial arcade components, way back in the Super Nintendo era.

You can compare the size to a standard SNES controller (not included in this listing).

It has seen a lot of action, and it shows. You'll want to replace the anti-slip pads underneath, and maybe drill new holes for the screws. A bit of a fixer-upper.

It was the best, most responsive joystick I've ever used - good for Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Killer Instinct, Starfox...

Unfortunately it has some problems now - I don't know what it is exactly, but the movement to the left is glitchy. Left , Top-Left , Bottom-Left ... The rest works perfectly.

As you can see inside, it was made off a SNES controller board.

Maybe the wires are old, maybe it's cold solder joints, or maybe it's a frayed cable - the one leading to the plug was purposely pinched in a specific loop (circled in red on the last pic), and I think we may have done that because we were losing the signal. That could be it, and it might just be a matter of re-splicing that.

Once fixed, you'll never want to play a fighter without it.
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