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 Post subject: Dynothane Spark
 Posted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:56 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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You may remember last year that Dynothane tried a relaunch (well, AZO took their name, but whatever). As far as I know, they were made at EBI, but that's about it.

I may have picked up a NIB Spark off eBay for the price of a decent steak from Outback.

I know it's a med/high RG (2.55) and med diff (.042) with a hybrid cover, but I wondered if anybody had seen/thrown one to get a better idea how how it rolled.

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 Post subject: Re: Dynothane Spark
 Posted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 12:26 am Post Number: #2 Post
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Mongo wrote:
remember last year that Dynothane tried a relaunch


Is Dynothane still made by Ebonite exclusively for Japan? AZO made by Storm for Japan? In brief marketing attempts, neither company took off in the American market.

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Is Dynothane still made by Ebonite exclusively for Japan? AZO made by Storm for Japan? In brief marketing attempts, neither company took off in the American market.


AFAIK, the Spark and Vendetta were released in the US to get back in the market. They were poured in Hopkinsville.

I'm guessing the Spark is your standard symmetrical hybrid, but was looking for a little more info. Heck, I got it for $23 plus shipping. I've paid that for a mediocre movie.

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