How fast the yoyos spin is what I’m talking about. They spin about 70% as fast as they did yesterday/for past month. This can relate to sleep time too I guess but since they aren’t spinning fast I bind and try to throw again with no luck of getting them to spin like they did before this.
I have put a new clean dry YYF center track bearing in both throws with no improved spin speed.
I read the response also makes the throw spin when the strings friction is being applied during the throwing motion. It may not be true but I did read that. Just seems weird that both went bad (if that’s the case) within 24-30 hours of each other. When it first happened I thought it was the bearing so took both bearings out, dropped them along with a lubed YYJ bearing into some acetone. While they were soaking I put a brand new YYF bearing into both with no improved results.
If its not the response, bearing, or my throw what could it be then? It’s not like I just threw each once or twice and said hey they are slow. I made sure I was throwing each one correctly to rule “throwing” out of the equation.