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QUOTE (jasperok @ 1 Jan 2012, 22:15) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>My main gripe with the stock controllers are not being able to hold the vehicle at different speeds it only really seems to have 3 or 4 different speeds and not always feeling in the same trigger position - and also when you slow for the corners it seems you cant say decelerate by 20 - 30 % .
Even the stock controllers in good working order should be much better than that.
But even compared with a stock controllers in good working order, a Parma will be a good upgrade.
Parma controllers are a good deal cheaper than the electronic offerings - you get what you pay for.
With Parmas (or any resistance controller) you need the right resistance to suit your cars / track conditions. Parma sell the resistors separately, so it is possible to swap resistors at very reasonable cost.
Electronic controllers (even the non adjustable ones) are OK on a much wider range of cars / track conditions. Take note of what Ember says about polarity - they don't work if you get it wrong!
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