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Fate Ball Video
« on: October 26, 2022, 10:47:27 AM »
This ball looks pretty sick.  Looks like part Wolverine, part Dark Code.  This might be a must have for me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4i5pUVFOjg
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2022, 12:05:08 PM »
ReX again? No thanks

Looks like the perfect core to use with R3S or almost anything else.

Have heard some rumblings about a potential new Master line ball coming in the pipeline, gonna keep holding out and hoping it won't be ReX

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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2022, 12:22:34 PM »
ReX again? No thanks

Looks like the perfect core to use with R3S or almost anything else.

Have heard some rumblings about a potential new Master line ball coming in the pipeline, gonna keep holding out and hoping it won't be ReX

Someone on here thought I was crazy when I mentioned that ReX could replace the R2S as the dominate cover in the near future with Chris Barnes even saying that it is very possible with R2S aging.  You can only put R2S on so many different balls and seems like it has been included in every line of balls outside the lower performance lines like the Electrify.  Only the brain inside Kloempken's head can say for sure why R3S isnt used more and was a question I did ask Barnes to which he replied that it wasnt for him to really comment on.  Apparently there is also an R4S.  But the main thing is that there is a huge jump from R2S to ReX.  Either way we may or may not have to accept that ReX in the 2020s is what R2S was in the 2010s.
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2022, 12:44:59 PM »
It's actually not Steve, it's all on Chad for the Storm specific line.

R4S was used on the Fight and Street Fight, that formula was just a little too early without enough torque for most people
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #4 on: October 26, 2022, 05:16:17 PM »
Looks like a slightly modified Rocket Ship core to create more diff. How many balls do we need with the same cover?
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2022, 06:12:59 AM »
Looks like a slightly modified Rocket Ship core to create more diff. How many balls do we need with the same cover?

It seems a little strange to me as well why they are not using R3S and R4S.  There is a huge gap between R2S and REX. 
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #6 on: October 27, 2022, 10:26:43 PM »
ReX again? No thanks

Looks like the perfect core to use with R3S or almost anything else.

Have heard some rumblings about a potential new Master line ball coming in the pipeline, gonna keep holding out and hoping it won't be ReX

Someone on here thought I was crazy when I mentioned that ReX could replace the R2S as the dominate cover in the near future with Chris Barnes even saying that it is very possible with R2S aging.  You can only put R2S on so many different balls and seems like it has been included in every line of balls outside the lower performance lines like the Electrify.  Only the brain inside Kloempken's head can say for sure why R3S isnt used more and was a question I did ask Barnes to which he replied that it wasnt for him to really comment on.  Apparently there is also an R4S.  But the main thing is that there is a huge jump from R2S to ReX.  Either way we may or may not have to accept that ReX in the 2020s is what R2S was in the 2010s.

I've seen you mention this a few times (it wasn't me) but I think the context was lost in translation.

The user clearly felt you meant that REX should "replace" R2S, and that's why they thought you were crazy, because as you've admitted the gap between them is massive.
It seems rather clear (after the fact) that your intention was that REX should become the 'most popular' or 'most common' coverstock or the new benchmark, like R2S has been for a decade or so.

Seems like a simple miscommunication that doesn't need to be brought up in every thread.

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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #7 on: October 28, 2022, 09:42:45 AM »
ReX again? No thanks

Looks like the perfect core to use with R3S or almost anything else.

Have heard some rumblings about a potential new Master line ball coming in the pipeline, gonna keep holding out and hoping it won't be ReX

Someone on here thought I was crazy when I mentioned that ReX could replace the R2S as the dominate cover in the near future with Chris Barnes even saying that it is very possible with R2S aging.  You can only put R2S on so many different balls and seems like it has been included in every line of balls outside the lower performance lines like the Electrify.  Only the brain inside Kloempken's head can say for sure why R3S isnt used more and was a question I did ask Barnes to which he replied that it wasnt for him to really comment on.  Apparently there is also an R4S.  But the main thing is that there is a huge jump from R2S to ReX.  Either way we may or may not have to accept that ReX in the 2020s is what R2S was in the 2010s.

I've seen you mention this a few times (it wasn't me) but I think the context was lost in translation.

The user clearly felt you meant that REX should "replace" R2S, and that's why they thought you were crazy, because as you've admitted the gap between them is massive.
It seems rather clear (after the fact) that your intention was that REX should become the 'most popular' or 'most common' coverstock or the new benchmark, like R2S has been for a decade or so.

Seems like a simple miscommunication that doesn't need to be brought up in every thread.

This comment was also based as a response to someone else's comment.  I only mentioned it once before and this is a second time.  But I appreciate your feedback and wont mention REX going forward.
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Re: Fate Ball Video
« Reply #8 on: November 01, 2022, 06:17:42 PM »
Speaking of ReX replacing, aaaaallll it's doing is giving those AX-16 ugly named covers a household name.

ReX, NeX, Nano etc etc.
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