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Mini review Extremely balanced Massive sweet spot Great pop/distance/feel Ask btrisbuck about his granny...




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Old 06-10-2013, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Extremely balanced
Massive sweet spot
Great pop/distance/feel

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Old 06-12-2013, 02:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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you compare to an st100 or b1 or anything like that with only utrip stamp?
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I'm a single/double hitter and I don't remember it very well to be honest. I most remember hitting the ball and walking straight into the dugout saying to myself either it was gone or I quit!

I couldn't tell you where it went. HB can tell the story better, I think he was on base.

Oh, and watch what balls you are hitting with them. The S series mashes, durability wise they only like the 52/300. Mine has developed the start of a spiral at about 50 swings, half of which were on 47/525s.

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Originally Posted by bombs15 View Post
you compare to an st100 or b1 or anything like that with only utrip stamp?
The feel and swing weight is very similar. But not near as hot
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How would these compare to a flex?
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