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Discussion: What\'s a good SPA bat?

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Aug. 24, 2007
AlleninGa
Men's 60
113 posts
What's a good SPA bat?
Next season will be my first in the SPA. I will be buying a new bat and would like some suggestions. I understand the U2 is really popular, I haven't heard much about the U2 Advanced. I would welcome any information/advice on legal SPA bats that anyone has to offer. Does anyone know if the "funky knob" on the U2 Advanced will be legal in the SPA?
Aug. 24, 2007
mad dog
Men's 60
3937 posts
senior combat is the way i would go,by the way welcome to the mature board:) :)(bb666b77 from fans)
Aug. 24, 2007
santo
Men's 55
41 posts
I bought a U2 advanced with the funky knob (because they stopped making the regular handle bat). It never felt right from the beginning and I will end up selling it and use whatever I get to buy a new regular knob U2. The Worth Launch and Combat Anaconda (end-loaded) are the other two senior bats that I have swung. Both have more pop than any non-senior authorized bat. If you can, I would suggest trying to swing a bat you are interested in before you buy it. If it feels right in your hands, it will probably be the best bat for you.
Aug. 24, 2007
hitt2
354 posts
I use the combat orignal, its a very hot bat. I love this bat. I'm a base and lin drive hitter, the ball jumps hard off the sweetspot. I agree your needing to swing the bat before buying it. Ultra II never felt right in my hand. I have a Miken Manic 484 and it has pop, but not like the combat. I also tried the Launch 510 by worth ( Miken), this is a hot bat. However, this week it was noted on the treads as breaking after a 100 plus swings. I would also find out what bats are legal for your association.
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