First, I will post pics as soon as I can.
Second, This Mod makes this yo-yo unresponsive and it will require a bind for the yo-yo to return to your hand.
And Third, Onto the Mod:
The nice thing about the 2010 Duncan Freehand is that the silicone sticker is recessed as opposed to the 2009 version which is pretty much a flush sicker response. So because of this advantage you start out with a lot less responsive throw right out of the box, The first thing I did was remove One Response Sticker and make sure to clean up all of the left over sticky stuff (if any), then I removed the spacers and the bearing from the yo-yo, Now I cleaned the bearing in Ronsonol Naphtha Lighter Fluid (First de-shield (SAVE THE SHIELDS YOU WILL NEED THEM) the bearing to prep it for cleaning) and applied a pin tip of YYJ Thin Viscosity Lube, and the I placed one bearing shield in the spacer recess on each half of the yo-yo and then replaced the spacers on top of them (Note that this increases the gap by a small amount to give the yo-yo an unresponsive play type), now reassemble the yo-yo and your set for a much better bang for your buck. Then i acquired some large metal washers from my local hardware store and affixed them in there with zap goo (whichs seems to work as an adhesive on anything lol), then i found a local D & D / Hobby shop and purchased a vegas style casino die and hit it with a drill press and made it into a counter weight
[Note: you may also use YYJ grey Thin Shims underneath the spacers instead of the bearing shields, this will almost make it, in a sense, adjustable due to the ability to flatten or crush the thin shims when you “crank” the yo-yo, Red shims give it too much gap and causes the string to recede into the small gap between the bearing and its seat ( in the case the spacer))
Hope this helps