YYJ Trigger vibe?


#1

I just got a YYJ Trigger, and it has like a ton of vibe. How do I fix it? I’ve tried using different sized YYJ axles, tuning, and bearing changing. Help?

Maybe it’s the placement of the weight rings… there’s a little gap on a part of it.


#2

Where did you get your trigger?


#3

Might just be a bad egg. My DMII also vibes quite a bit. But from what I know, most Solid Spin Yoyos are quite smooth.


#4

Try to push the weight rings in


#5

Disassemble first.


#6

Check for bent axel. Also take the axel and bearing out and put the halves on a scale. Are they even?


#7

They do have some vibe, yes. Its just one of those things you have to expect from a throw that cheap.
Unless its visible wobble, why would you care?


#8

Give it to me and buy a better yoyo.


(Q) #9

Dissassemble. Re-assemble. Tighten.

Do this. Over. And over. And over. It’s something I do with all of my yoyos and it works wonders. Tighten is hard (Be smart, don’t go all brute force and ignorance on it).


#10

Would you just go away -_- And check for loose weight rings.


#11

Hmmmm, my guess is that since this was originally posted Sept. 8, and nothing since, that maybe he solved it already. :wink:


#12

sold* :wink:


#13

Problem solved… ;D


(SR) #14

Pretty much all plastics have vibe. One day, i picked up my trigger and it had TONS and I mean TONS of vibe. I’m talking worse than a broken sat on dark magic with z stacks vibe. I pushed the weight rings in really tightly, after discovering they were loose. Problem solved.

So its probably the weight rings.