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June 4, 2010
Capt Kirk
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We all know that titanium bats have been banned in senior softball, there were warning labels on the titanium bats similiar to what is be called out on some of the composite bats. Conceptually the titanium bats and the composites bats have similiar construction traits, thinner walls, trampoline effect. Checkout the following website that compares the performance of our current composte bats to the titianium bats performance.
I do like my end loaded ultra ii.
June 4, 2010
Men's 60
87 posts
Capt - I have a -5 (34/29) Lvlle TPS titanium thin wall with a NITROGEN BLADDER in it that was actually NABA legal 9-10 years ago (baseball). This bat is a weapon! I once hit a ball seemingly just over the pitchers head and over the center field wall into the Genesee River and I never even felt it go. Talk about he trampoline effect. U2 don't compare to this - but my Maxload is really hot.
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