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Sept. 28, 2010
big cat7
Men's 50
95 posts
bats
Istarted using a senior maceko combat recently and had been using a ultra 2 maxload 30 oz.the macenko is a 28 oz.Im not getting the distance out of the macanko that i got out of the ultra,maybe its not broke in enough im not sure.Anyways i would like to know if anyone has any feedback on this
Sept. 28, 2010
E4/E6
Men's 60
850 posts
My Macenko has about 250 or so hits on it and still feels like new, I loose about 20' when I hit with it compared to my U2. My team mate hits his Macenko 20 or 30 feet further then mine, he has 500 or 600 hits on his.
My feeling is 600 hits on the Combat, maybe 300 on the U2 before breaking. The extra hits may be worth the 20', especially if the -20' are on the other side of the fence.
Sept. 28, 2010
bullet
Men's 55
130 posts
I have a 27 oz yellow combat,used it in fall league,and B/P. this summer i wanted to save my U-2, so i started using my Combat.OH MY,it got HOT,homeruns 30' further then U-2. Easily balls gone 350'.For me i might just stick with a Combat.
Sept. 29, 2010
angus73
Men's 50
97 posts
I have both- same weight 28oz. I believe its more the ball than anything else. When the temps. are cooler and thus the balls are "harder" I like using the combat, I feel the this bat is a little softer and drives the denser ball better. In turn the Ultra being,IMO, harder drives a "softer" ball better.
I have hit a few tape measures with both.

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