When you're playing with a regular JLF, this spring provides the right tension for you.Mirthu
Jun 27th 2021
I don't think there is much more to say about this product, I needed a replacement spring and this was it. Now I purchased 2 other springs at the same time, the 2lbs spring and the 4lbs spring, both of which I didn't use yet. I wasn't sure what kind of tension I wanted in my joystick but ultimately I chose the standard spring. The spring does what it should do and you can't ask for more then that especially at a price of under a dollar, at .90 . Richard
May 7th 2019
Oem is always better.
I lost the stock spring for my hayabusa while using the 2lbs spring. It had way too much tension, so I replaced it with a stock sanwa spring. Really can't remember if there was a difference in tension between the hayabusa and sanwa spring but I'm happy now. So that's all that matters.Jae-da-kid
Oct 10th 2017
The tournament standard..
I have been through all sorts of different springs, whether it be .50 lb., 1.5 lb., 2 lbs., 4 lbs., ect. springs. I always go back to the stock Sanwa JLF spring. However, tension is mainly based on player preference, but you know what to expect when getting this spring and is the standard for a reason. Supa D
May 19th 2016
I bought this to replace my qanba's lever spring, I thought the qanba lever was too loose but the change did a subtle difference. The spring was good all in all just had higher hopes. DudeCore
Aug 5th 2015