Hori Hayabusa Arcade Button
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The Hayabusa arcade button is manufactured by Hori, who are one of the most respected arcade fight stick manufacturers in Japan. The Hayabusa button features a matte black texture and .110 inch (2.8mm) microswitch terminals and mounts in a 30mm mounting hole, so is suitable for use in many fight sticks already on the market, that currently house Sanwa or Seimitsu buttons. One of the noticeable differences of the Hori Hayabusa button, compared to the Hori Kuro button is the smaller height, which is very similar to the design of the Seimitsu PS-15 button.The decreased height allows the microswitches to sit closer inside the button body, for a shorter travel distance between the plunger and the contact with the microswitch. The Hori Hayabusa button is viewed by many to be of the same high quality as a Sanwa arcade button, whilst other opinions rate these to be better than the Sanwa arcade buttons.
* Hori Hayabusa buttons are very responsive due to reduced vibration once pressed
* Less space between the plunger and the Hayabusa button body results in a tighter feel
* Very durable - Hori claim 60% less wear compared to similar buttons
* Nice matte black finish
* Extremely durable
This button requires 2.8mm crimped wires for connection.
1 wire for ground connection (CO) and 1 wire for signal connection (NO)
Pre-crimped 2.8mm wires and 2.8mm daisy chain ground harness can be ordered here:
Wires & Cables
These are super sensitive. It might not be everybody’s cup of tea but I love it. You can be really subtle with your inputs and if someone is trying to snipe, they are in for a big disappointment. Highly recommended
These aren't for everyone, some players find them too sensitive. But if they're the right button for you, not even the OBSF-30 comes close!
The matte texture means you'll feel it if you're pushing it just by brushing - so you can learn to do it when you mean to for a little extra speed and precision as you move between buttons, instead of by accident when it'll drop a combo. You don't have to push as far to engage as most buttons, and it takes less force than the similar Seimitsu PS-15.
So if they suit you, there's nothing else like it and the only downsides are the lack of colour options and the limited stock out there. If you need to give them a go first, borrow someone's stick using them (recent Hori sticks or something modded) or buy one or two to get a feel for 'em.
Really liked it :)
After testing out all kinds of buttons from OBSF-30, Kuro, various Happs, Seimitsu buttons, I finally think I've found the "ones" in these buttons. As with all buttons, it does come down to personal preference but I will say if you are a fan of the Sanwa, you need to give these a go as they give them a big run for their money.