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Discussion: miken ultra 2

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April 15, 2010
8 posts
miken ultra 2
Do all of the miken ultra 2's have a 1.20 painted on the barrel or just the new ones?
April 17, 2010
Men's 65
608 posts
bobby, I think they do. I have 3 of the models, including the ASA older one, and all have it.
April 21, 2010
Men's 65
24 posts
I just destroyed my mikenII, do you know if the freaks are a good replacement
April 21, 2010
Men's 50
59 posts
batman27 I save my Ultras for tournaments only, I get about 30-40 good hits before they break, if I'm lucky. I've had several break with less than 10 hits. The best bat I've found as an alternitive, and I've tried almost all of them, is the Miken Freak Limited. I don't like end loaded bats, the Freak is balanced and swings identical to the U2. I notice very little difference in preformance once the Freak is broken in, which does take awhile. In the future I will probably give up the U2 because of costs and stay with the Freak Limited for Seniors. The only problem is the U2 needs zero break in and the Freak needs @300-400 hits to hit well. This means you'll need several, I keep one for playing, one for a back up and a third to break in at batting practice. I'd like to see the Ultra 2 removed from Senior Ball and use USSSA bats.
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