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Myoungshin Fanta Joystick Black

$23.95 (USD)
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  • Product Description

    Note: The 1.37 inch (35mm) wide collar collar diameter is not compatible with Japanese joystick compatible fightsticks.  The Crown JLF Conversion Shaft is not compatible due to its thicker shaft diameter.

    The Myoungshin Fanta joystick represents one of the most popular Korean joysticks available today.

    Setting the Standard

    For many, the Myoungshin Fanta continues to place the bar high when it comes to wavedash performance in the Tekken series, and ease of hitting diagonals when they're most needed.  Inside, the rubber grommet has a medium stiffness - about 50 shore A -  and serves as a critical component for high execution, returning to neutral quickly and capably.  More common with Korean joysticks, there is no plastic gate.  Instead, the grommet and housing provide the limits of the joystick's throw.  It's best to recognize that you do not have to travel far to register an QCF or QCB input.

    Gersung Microswitches

    Each Fanta joystick is outfitted with four Gersung GSM-V1623A2 Microswitches.  These .187" terminal microswitches provide a crisp click on input.  If the cabinet or Fightstick requires a 5-pin harness, you'll need to purchase the .187 to 5-pin Conversion Harness to properly install.  You can bundle the harness at a 20% discount with the Fanta.


    The Myoungshin Fanta stands at 4.60 inches (116.9mm) tall from bottom to shaft.  It's width is by 3.27 inches (83.1mm) at the mounting plate, and 2.62 inches (66.6mm) wide at the base.

  • Product Reviews


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    1. Poorly manufactured

      This stick had potential, but the collar is uneven causing the dust collar to catch it. Also, 3 of the 4 switches had bent levers right out of the box. I used it for a couple days, but ultimately ordered another stick from somewhere else. on Aug 7th 2017

    2. Superior control for any game.

      I've played on Taeyoung and Crown sticks but this is my new favorite stick next to the LS-32 and JLW.

      Very responsive with the right amount of resistance, its not just good for tekken It plays well on classic games such as SF3S.
      on Jul 14th 2017

    3. First k stick exoerience

      Quite amazing. After talking with people online, I expected a very stiff experience. The resistance is very comfortable and the return to neutral very quick. I've always played on JLF levers, and decided to try this for Tekken. No regrets. I still prefer my Sanwa or Hayabusa for Street Fighter, but love the K stick for Tekken. The hype is real, the difference is noticable. To get the same return to neutral on a Japanese lever requires a spring weight that makes play uncomfortable.

      Just my two cents
      on Jun 27th 2017

    4. Most solid platform for Tekken.

      I've been using Korean sticks for more than ten years. The Myoungshin Fanta stays SOLID as the choice stick of some of the best Tekken players of all time! Movement is quick, and snaps back to neutral instantly. I love mine then, and I love mine, now. on Apr 5th 2017

    5. The hype is real

      With my previous experience with k-sticks being the with Crown levers. The M-fanta was an easy transition. Movement for me takes no where near as much effort as the crown's did. It's a great stick right out of the box and is my favorite stick atm. This coming from a fellow Tekken player. on Mar 23rd 2017

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