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iirc guardian says he uses normal v1 internals with suddenattack shell
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What's different about the Sudden Attack internals? I assume it still uses the VT5366 or whatever it was?
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Same sensor, same switches (TTC), only different shell and additional mouse pad included.
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i think wheel color is black instead o white?
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Are all the Kinzu internals (V1, 2 and 3) intercompatible like Zowie's FK and ZA range?
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Originally Posted by przem33k View Post

Same sensor, same switches (TTC), only different shell and additional mouse pad included.
SA has omrons.
post #417 of 477
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Are all the Kinzu internals (V1, 2 and 3) intercompatible like Zowie's FK and ZA range?

I switched v1 internals into gloss v2 pro shell.
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The Kinzu v1 "Sudden Attack" (mouse Guardian uses) is pretty much the best, both sensor and quality-wise (switches, feet) compared to any other variant. Not to mention the superior click latency. It has it's limitations but if you're dead set on a Kinzu it's the (only) one to go for.
Have to see if I can find that one anywhere. Is Kinzu V3 how bad compared to it then?

EDIT: Yeah seems like sudden attack can not be found. tongue.gif So is the V1 still best to go for?
Edited by Twiffle - 7/1/16 at 6:44pm
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Have to see if I can find that one anywhere. Is Kinzu V3 how bad compared to it then?
I never got around to getting one, but they're on ebay and Alya is still using it as his main. There's probably an acclimation period due to accel, PCS and whatnot. Still something I'm curious to test, though.

V3 was a pointless, failure of a release. You're better off getting a Rival 100.
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I never got around to getting one, but they're on ebay and Alya is still using it as his main. There's probably an acclimation period due to accel, PCS and whatnot. Still something I'm curious to test, though.

V3 was a pointless, failure of a release. You're better off getting a Rival 100.

Well I do have Rival 100, ZA12,ZA11... but thought that Kinzu might be a bit better since it's little shorter as well. Should fit my grip style too.

Also read a bit around and watched some vids... and based on those V1 has accel and V2 doesn't? And how bad is the click latency on other Versions?
Edited by Twiffle - 7/1/16 at 7:51pm
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