2 yoyo' s in 1


#1

I took apart my Axiom and DM and then combined it, i was supprised at how good it worked, even thought the Axiom is alot smaller, try combining them.


(JonasK) #2

I seriously don’t believe that a weight difference of 2.5 grams from half-half can play good. And the Dark Magic has more rim-weight than the Axiom. This is bound to get really off-balance. I think the reason these ‘combined’ yoyos play good is because you just get a kick out of actually playing with two different halves.


#3

well i think its pretty cool yes, i know the weight ratio is different, but it plays good and its fun in my opinion.


(Jei Cheetah) #4

I have done this a few times, and even though some might be weighted differently, they almost always work quite well.

I combined a xconvict and a minimotu once, and I loved it.

Not really something that would become your main throw, but very fun to try for sure!

J.
:slight_smile:


#5

Try doing half Superstar half M1, its fun :smiley:


(Mitch) #6

DM and legacy work well together


(Yo!It'sMatt) #7

Speedmaker and kickside!


#8

Half M1 and Half Skyline work best for me.


#9

I would imagine because the Legacy is based off of the DM…

I’ve tried Hayabusa + Velocity. It was tight


#10

You can do it with any Yo-Yos.

BigYo 2, and Mighty Flea. :stuck_out_tongue:


(D@§h!zn!t) #11

Imperial and L3!

Yes people, I know it would be very hard to do. No comment plz. ;D


#12

You actually can’t do it with any yoyo. The axle of either one of those yoyos won’t thread into each other.


(Yo!It'sMatt) #13

888 and PGM! :smiley:


#14

I know. Thats why I put the: :stuck_out_tongue: :slight_smile:


#15

But you also said you could do it with any yoyos.


(JonasK) #16

This experiments has limits since different companies use different axles. One time, a person tried screwing an M1 and a Dv888 together. The M1’s axle got stuck in the Dv888. So he had two M1 halves without axles and two Dv888 halves with different axles.


#17

Well you can do it with any Yo-Yo.

It would require modding, but it’ll work.


(JonasK) #18

Then we are talking serious modding. Like actually remaking the axle/nut design on yoyos. This gets seriously hard if you move on to metal yoyos with hubs or spikes covering the axle. Or a Stargazer with a completely flat hub-area. And try to do it on an H2O (or an Oxy) with a very special axle design. And then try it on a Shield which has a similar axle design to the H2O but it’s glued.

Yes you might be able to do it on any yoyo, but I highly doubt that it’s possible. And if so, people won’t try to mess with rare metals to accomplish something like this.

Addment: Pretty shallow statement. Shallow and pedantic (don’t know what this means, took it from Family Guy).


#19

It isn’t a might, it’s a can. It can happen, but like you said, serious modding. :wink:


(JonasK) #20

So you think it’s possible to remake the axle design on an H2O even though it uses a really unique axle design covered by a hub and being made out of titanium at the same time?

Addment: Yes I am fully aware that you can just take the half without an axle, but it will still be hard when you try to do this with a full titanium yoyo with a titanium axle.