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 Post subject: These almost-asyms... what's the purpose?
 Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 1:39 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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Just as an example, 900 Global Honey Badger/Badger. Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.57 (15lb.)
Differential (DIFF): .041 (15lb.)
Mass Bias Differential (MB): .008 (15lb.)

Just curious if anyone has any insight, what are manufacturers trying to accomplish with these Mass Bias numbers that are *almost* enough to make the ball act like an asym, but apparently not quite?

I guess what I'm saying, if they designed the weight block with same numbers except MB .001, how would the ball be different, if at all? Possibly different drilled numbers?


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