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Isn't your ideal HMS Combo just

AR: Circle Upper
WD: Circle Heavy
RC: Metal Change Core

?

Just do it, heck, you can a set of two with the sonokong neo customize grip for like $23, or just get draciel MS for the 15g circle wide and it's like $7.

@Ultra: it was a side conversation while we were discussing HMS.

And with that, I take my leave - it's been an interesting ride, but one can only bang one's head against a wall so many times before they learn - and my head is mighty sore.
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Post: #82

Well, that's one of them, but I actually really like the wobble combo I got from roux today, too!

Neo customize what huh when did this happen so cheap

I already have a 15g circle wide.

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Post: #83

It's the one nocto was talking about over in the beywiki photo thread. Read about it there, because it's not quite the same, haha.

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Ohh, that one. Doesn't look much like the TT one, but a grip is a grip! I will definitely pick one of those up, then...

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Post: #85

I should look at it too, to be honest, I'm kind of annoyed that I bought both the beyblades it comes with before realising it existed :/

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(Feb 22 2012 09:48 AM)th!nk Wrote:  Isn't your ideal HMS Combo just

AR: Circle Upper
WD: Circle Heavy
RC: Metal Change Core

?

Just do it, heck, you can a set of two with the sonokong neo customize grip for like $23, or just get draciel MS for the 15g circle wide and it's like $7.

@Ultra: it was a side conversation while we were discussing HMS.

sonokong hms grip!?! eBay? link please.
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http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Beyblade-G-Re...107wt_1110

Hm, significantly more expensive than I remembered. Confused

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Post: #88

wow thanks. I can stick to this before I actually got that Takara HMS grip. Thanks. Think.
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(Feb 22 2012 10:03 AM)Hazel Wrote:  Ohh, that one. Doesn't look much like the TT one, but a grip is a grip! I will definitely pick one of those up, then...
Looks like you don't need a round shell MS for the grip since it already has the finger slots.

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I don't think the round shell grip works without already having a customize grip. It needs a part from the customize grip.
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Post: #91

Yeah, it needs the launcher attachment part, but the actual grip itself when with that part is very useful.

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Post: #92

Correct me if I'm wrong, Ive been watching some Driger Gt vids and I think that the GFC has a similar speed to RF and GFC/UM has a speed similar to R2F but with more controllability.
Feb 23 2012 01:38 AM
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R2F is not that fast.

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Okay.
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You should add a bit more substance to your post than that, or you'll be reprimanded.

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To set the record straight, no tip has ever been made that is as easy to control, with that level of speed, as GFCUM. Uriel 2's tip is faster, but nigh uncontrollable in comparison.

Takara did right with GFCUM, and then decided to never do it again.

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Post: #97

Or at least not yet...

The comparison I've seen thrown around recently is that Zero-G is to MFB as HMS was to plastics. If this turns out to be a fair comparison, then perhaps a GFCUM-like tip is in our future! Smile
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RCF/GCF LETS GOOOO

But yeah, once you get hooked on to the insane speed and control of GCFUV, you never want to turn back. Losing it is like losing the meaning of true attack.

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I noticed that tons (about 94%) of MFB players cannot retain a proper flower pattern with RF/R2F/LRF. Is that due to the design of the tip, or the fault of the player? I'm thinking it's the latter because Kai-V said something about Italian players having excellent flower patterns...

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I can do flower pattern just fine, though I do admit to sometimes messing up and smashing into walls or just completely derping and doing a straight shot.

I'd say it's the player, flower patterns are definitely possible with those tips, and even more so (higher control oh yeah) with the GFCs.

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