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10-05-2006 04:29 PM
I've seen lots of player being able to flop the yoyo many times, much like André does; whenever I try everything tangles up after one flop or one and a half. Any hint ?
10-05-2006 04:48 PMOriginally Posted by Etienne
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10-05-2006 07:21 PM
Practice, at first i could do 5, then 2, then none, then 5, then 9, then 15, then my last record of 31, then i lost count.......
10-05-2006 07:44 PM
whoa 31 hates of to you.
10-05-2006 07:47 PM
Other. The Hspin sized bearing on a yoyo that can use it's full width (pyro doesn't the recess also dropped the seat; think Radian or G&E w/ all shims) Having a wide bearing makes it possible to have the two loops around the bearing further apart, hence making it flop faster. KKs are easier to do them on because you don't have to worry about "steering" it (but this also puts the two loops right next to each other), but Hspin sized is the best for them.WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
10-05-2006 08:06 PM
Thanks for the links and advices
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10-05-2006 08:42 PM
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I don't find that bearings really matter that much for flops, I mean, KK's make it easier as you don't have to steer, but I always felt like you had to pull on the strings harder to make the yoyo rotate.
10-06-2006 05:46 AM
I've always had the best success with a flat bearing (any size). I can perform them decently with a KK, but nothing beats a flat bearing for me.Shut your mouth and open your mind.
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