[Answered]  Atomic, Bearing, or Orbit M?

Im making a spin equalization combo and couldn't figure out which driver to use. The combo is Lord Bahamut 10 wall. Thanks!
Bearing is the best, it bolsters the lord base's Spin equilization rate exponentcially despite the weak spring.
(Jan. 15, 2020  4:25 AM)lilphilyb Wrote: Bearing is the best, it bolsters the lord base's Spin equilization rate exponentcially despite the weak spring.

since Lord has double burst resistors I don't think the spring strength really matters.
If you wanna do left spin, the only logical choice is Bearing.
With Wall, Atomic and Orbit Metal will scrape way too much but Br has synergy with it. Although I wouldn't recommend this over Lord Spriggan.10C.At if you have the parts.
Sting Atomic or Orbit M on ChozS in same spin
(Jan. 15, 2020  6:49 AM)Orpheus Wrote: Sting Atomic or Orbit M on ChozS in same spin

That's not what they asked.

"Im making a spin equalization combo"

That means opposite spin.

In the future, please don't start tangents on entirely different discussions within a narrowly focused Q&A thread.
Wombat also has a video on this topic that could help you. There’s even an i for graphic at the end covering all same spin and opposite spin driver matchups. Here’s the link if u wanna check it out and maybe get some more help on this matter!
(Jan. 15, 2020  2:06 PM)DeceasedCrab Wrote:
(Jan. 15, 2020  6:49 AM)Orpheus Wrote: Sting Atomic or Orbit M on ChozS in same spin

That's not what they asked.

"Im making a spin equalization combo"

That means opposite spin.

In the future, please don't start tangents on entirely different discussions within a narrowly focused Q&A thread.
Sorry. For spin equalization use Bearing. It’s mostly paired up with Choz Spriggan or Lord Diaboros2. For disks, mainly use Vanguard, 0/00 Lift/ Wall. For left spins like Salamnder (somewhat outdated/not used as much), use Ratchet as it has some LAD for left spins. Master could be used too, the meta is mostly master on left spin and equipped with Around. I mostly would recommend Lord layer base.
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:17 AM)Orpheus Wrote:
(Jan. 15, 2020  2:06 PM)DeceasedCrab Wrote: That's not what they asked.

"Im making a spin equalization combo"

That means opposite spin.

In the future, please don't start tangents on entirely different discussions within a narrowly focused Q&A thread.
Sorry. For spin equalization use Bearing. It’s mostly paired up with Choz Spriggan or Lord Diaboros2. For disks, mainly use Vanguard, 0/00 Lift/ Wall. For left spins like Salamnder (somewhat outdated/not used as much), use Ratchet as it has some LAD for left spins.

Salamander outclassed. Master is better in everyway.
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:20 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote:
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:17 AM)Orpheus Wrote: Sorry. For spin equalization use Bearing. It’s mostly paired up with Choz Spriggan or Lord Diaboros2. For disks, mainly use Vanguard, 0/00 Lift/ Wall. For left spins like Salamnder (somewhat outdated/not used as much), use Ratchet as it has some LAD for left spins.

Salamander outclassed. Master is better in everyway.

I stated salamder wasn't used as much. Thx for the master recommendation, I appreciate it 😊.
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:22 AM)Orpheus Wrote:
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:20 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote: Salamander outclassed. Master is better in everyway.

I stated salamder wasn't used as much. Thx for the master recommendation, I appreciate it 😊.

I'm also going to add in that Master has trouble against smoother beys. Lord might be better in those situations.
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:20 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote:
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:17 AM)Orpheus Wrote: Sorry. For spin equalization use Bearing. It’s mostly paired up with Choz Spriggan or Lord Diaboros2. For disks, mainly use Vanguard, 0/00 Lift/ Wall. For left spins like Salamnder (somewhat outdated/not used as much), use Ratchet as it has some LAD for left spins.

Salamander outclassed. Master is better in everyway.

Nope, not every way! Master might be great in opposite spin, but in left it slopes downward. If a layer pushes it downward in opposite spin, it will lose.

Master on bearing will lose to Perfect Phoenix on Xtend+.
(Jan. 16, 2020  3:17 AM)DeceasedCrab Wrote:
(Jan. 16, 2020  1:20 AM)Infinite.Zero Wrote: Salamander outclassed. Master is better in everyway.

Nope, not every way! Master might be great in opposite spin, but in left it slopes downward. If a layer pushes it downward in opposite spin, it will lose.

Master on bearing will lose to Perfect Phoenix on Xtend+.

Have you tested Master Xt+ instead of Br? I figured that the frames on Br cause Master to scrape against against Perfect.