In today’s video, we’re going to install the Glen’s Retro Show (GRS) Push-Pull Spinner and DOT Flightstick in a 3D printed enclosure connected to a Raspberry Pi 4. GRS products are well-known as the best arcade replacement controls available and we’ll check it out playing the classic Discs of Tron and a few other games in RetroPie.

More information on this build may be found here:
New Control Panel for the Push-Pull spinner + TRON stick here:
Building an OpenCADE enclosure:

00:00 – Intro
00:39 – Unboxing
03:37 – Assembly
06:33 – RetroPie Setup
10:50 – Game Play
14:15 – Outro

Items Shown in this Video
* GRS Push & Pull Arcade Spinner:
* GRS DOT Flightstick:
* GeeekPi DeskPi Lite Raspberry Pi 4 Case:
* Rii RK707 (Keyboard + Controller):

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