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April 24, 2014
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Miken BIG CAR Ultra tested today!
The bat is actually not a Triad Blackout Frame. This bat is the Ultra Maxload (WHITE), with a half oz more enload in it. The Ultra Maxload is .5 oz of endload. The BIG CAT is a Supermax endload which is 1 full oz. The ONLY bat in our lineup of bats that carries a 1.5 endload is the Kevin Filby USSSA Ultra max. Keep in mind guys, all of the 2 piece senior bats utilize Triad Technology.

SO, Maxload = .5 oz Supermax or Big Cat = 1 oz Ultra max = 1.5oz

You will see this as standard with our bats in all associations.

The bat also doesn't swing as heavy as you think. Alan might be right in some players moving back an oz but for all of you that have been asking for a heavier bat, stay true and you should be fine.

Those of you looking for a video this is the only one posted so far. I am very excited about this bat and after the testing I have done on it, I am happy to say it lives up to the signature that is on it. This Ultra II Macenko bat is a great addition to our Ultra II line and will be a popular model in 2014. Alan will have them, Anaconda Sports, Direct Sports, Classic Logos, Kelly's, Softball Bat Club etc. Contact them today for a pre order!

Have a great season guys!

Adam Peterson
Miken Sports
National Promotions Manager

April 28, 2014
Home Plate
34 posts

Will this bat have a 90 day warranty?

And about how much will the bat sell for?

April 28, 2014
Men's 65
3146 posts
Alan, I watch most of your first two games on Saturday. Some of the hr's were impressive.
Is it true that the two 50M+ lost 3 out of 4 rr games to major teams?
Seems like there isn't much difference in the divisions. I should add that Doc C's was given an extra fielder.
April 28, 2014
Home Plate
34 posts

No need to answer my questions in my previous post.

I just got the answers....

No Warranty and $209.00

April 28, 2014
Men's 65
3146 posts
lol! yes, both teams had a hard time in the field.
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