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LHS1F switch and harness set for SDVX

Regular price $67.35 USD
Regular price Sale price $67.35 USD
PCB Type
Include spare LHS1F Switch?

Compatible only with Sanwa buttons! And best paired with 20g Sanwa springs for a setup exactly like Valkyrie model cabinets!

This is a set of 6 OBSA-LHS1F Sanwa Microswitches and 7 (One to be used as a backup) Wiring harnesses for your Gamo2 or Yuancon controller. All wiring is hand made and tested before shipment. A 30Day Warranty period applies from date of receipt for the wires.

Installation is simple, twist the switches inside the buttons to lock them, plug the cable in each end and you’re good to go!

While the switches are of exceptional quality, brand new and can typically last years, they are still consumables, and unexpected events can happen. We believe there are few worse things in this hobby than having a switch die while playing, which is why we give the option to include a spare switch at a reduced cost, to protect yourself against these events and keep you playing for longer!


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Great switches

They dropped right in just as promised. Finally got some fresh switches and my con feels like AC. Very pleased. Make sure you're using 20g sanwa springs for the full ride.

Amazing Upgrade

Bought this along with some Sanwa buttons for an upgrade and they work perfectly with my FauceTwo. With these things installed my home setup feels better than the closest arcade cabinet! Would highly recommend.

Perfect for a more premium feeling con

These switches are perfect if your looking to up your sdvx experience, with a more tactile feel. installation was simple, and the premade wiring is simple to install. I reccomend with 20g or 40g springs to get an amazing con setup. only thing you need to make sure of is to check the polarity of your LEDS before installing!

Olivia Venegas
Works great, high quality parts

The quality of the wire harness is great! Well worth the money and the switches feel way more responsive than the default switches. This pairs well with Sanwa buttons which I also got. One point of feedback is that it might benefit to include instructions on how to install them, as it was a bit confusing and there were no existing tutorials to my knowledge.