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Japanese sticks have been aplenty in South Korea after the release of Street Fighter IV. Due to Korean joystick levers using different mounting standards than those from its neighbor, there was no affordable solution for some time

Samducksa would later experiment with levers that try to work with Japanese sticks but also feel similar to the real deal. Their MJ sub series of levers would be the end result. These allow for easy installation due to the mounting plates having the same screw points as their Japanese counterparts. They also have plastic collars, albeit reduced in size from the normal models, that allow for fluid action

Similar to Helpme with his CWL-309 lever, Samducksa approached Tekken player Crazy Dongpal for his own lever. Designated as the CWL-303-DX Crazy Dongpal lever, this model is a different beast. This lever uses a smaller actuator different from the 309 levers which results in tighter diagonals. If you play Kazuya, Heihachi, Jin, or Devil Jin in Tekken, this means faster wavedashing is possible. Even then, the diagonal zone is still enough to do other moves efficiently

What's New?

In the past few years, many different companies have followed the initial creation of Phreakmod's The Link which allows you to easily remove the shaft.  Crown's version seems to be closer to Victrix's Link 2, where the shaft is all one smooth surface.  To remove, the shaft is pulled towards the bat top.  Similar to the Victrix variant, there is extra space in their bat top that gives it room to pull and detach from the joystick notch and be removed entirely

What's Included

  • CWL-303M-DX Quick Release Joystick
  • Gersung V1623A3 Microswitches   
  • Choose between White, Green or Red Transparent Bat tops
  • HST 35A Silicone Tension Grommet
  • NOTE: you will need the .187 to 5-pin harness if you do not have one already to use with stock arcade sticks from Hori, Qanba, Mad Catz, Razer

$ 54.95