Tattoo spinner NX3 balls

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  1. TWmccoy

    TWmccoy 3DX Connoisseur

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    Anyone know the cor/compression of these balls? I can't find it listed anywhere online. This is the green and yellow BP ball AD Starr makes.
     
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    I cannot find it anywhere, either but I love hitting them...both the 52s and whatever the green/yellow ones are.
     
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    TWmccoy 3DX Connoisseur

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    Yeah, I found one of the green/yellow ones in Vegas last weekend and I have zero clue what cor/compression the ball is. I can tell its bouncy. It bounces off the ground like a golf ball.

    I also love the C+ NX3s. Those are good performing balls.
     
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    You got to ask Kevin at AD Starr about the compression. He gave me some scientific answer.
    I have the yellow and orange and those ball fly good.
     
  5. thelastsamurai

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    Yellow blu I think is 52 300
    Yellow green harder, I know you aren’t suppose to use Monsta bats with those, I think Carl posted on militia page
     
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    whenever one of the green/yellow ones comes off the blue flame, I feel like great things are about to happen ;)...
     
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    this one?
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  8. tonys1

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    Says they use a "Severity Index" instead of cor / comp
     
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    yup.
     
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    Do the nx3 balls have better durability for guys that have used them a lot? Some of the asa tourneys let us use any 52 300, have only used the nx3 asa ball once, seemed very good for the limited hits I had. Thought I heard better durability?
     
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    I can say the bp balls have held up well to heavy use...
     
  12. Bobby Buggs

    Bobby Buggs SBF Site Sponsor

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    Severity index is not a standard by which associations measure the spec of the ball therefor it means nothing when it comes to rating Cor/Compression. They are the only company Not telling you what the actual cor and compression is.
     
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    A rep told me that they take out an ounce out of the ball to
    create LESS impact on the bat.
     

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