Is it possible for a bimetal to have maneuverability at the same level as a monometal?
I ask this because every yoyo I have tried and made that responds quickly and easily to directional changes has a generous amount of centerweight, or at least a more even weight distribution.
On the other hand, every bimetal I’ve thrown does not respond to these canges as quickly. Sure, they respond fast enough, but never as fast.
The way many compensate for this is making a light bimetal yoyo, but do can these really respond to quick movement changes just as easily as a single metal yoyo?
It seems to me that is what bimetals sacrifice for their stability and long spin.