original equipment on most japanese arcade machines
perfect for modding or building your own joystick
fits in most Hori and MadCatz joysticks
This set of 8 buttons is perfect for a classic Street Fighter set up. These Sanwa pushbuttons are OEM on most Japanese arcade cabinets. They are also the choice of most fighting game console players. If you are building your own joystick or modding a store bought joystick, then this is the perfect buttons for a classic Japanese arcade feel. These buttons are only for metal control panels. If you want to cover your panel with lexan please use OSBN-30 buttons. The vertical microswitch has .110" lugs. These buttons fit in 30mm holes.
White + Grey
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