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Just in! The evil new Becue Rebel Red - 03-17-2020, 08:06 PM

OK railbirds, the is the best performing, best hitting carbon fiber cue I've played with so far. With its Italian flair, it's the Ducati of the pool world.

They got it right. Stay tuned tomorrow for a real test ride, detailed photos and maybe even a video.

Why?

Because I've got nothing better to do...
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Becue Rebel Red - 03-17-2020, 08:09 PM

I played with a Becue shaft and it was the best one I played with and I will have to try one of these!


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03-17-2020, 10:03 PM

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OK railbirds, the is the best performing, best hitting carbon fiber cue I've played with so far. With its Italian flair, it's the Ducati of the pool world.

They got it right. Stay tuned tomorrow for a real test ride, detailed photos and maybe even a video.

Why?

Because I've got nothing better to do...
Once upon a time I had a Ducati 250 Scrambler and I thought I was hot shit.
That is one bad ass motorcycle!


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03-17-2020, 10:40 PM

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Once upon a time I had a Ducati 250 Scrambler and I thought I was hot shit.
That is one bad ass motorcycle!
Thanks Jay. That was a classic. You went with me to see the BMW in Hollywood and I got that one too. The hot rod version not the road bike. So I have a new Ducati Desert Sled and the BMW - fun toys for social distancing.

This new Becue finally brings carbon fiber into the good, solid hit category. More to follow...


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03-18-2020, 12:00 AM

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OK railbirds, the is the best performing, best hitting carbon fiber cue I've played with so far. With its Italian flair, it's the Ducati of the pool world.

They got it right. Stay tuned tomorrow for a real test ride, detailed photos and maybe even a video.

Why?

Because I've got nothing better to do...
Thanks for the pics!!!! All of which are very impressive.

I look forward to the reviews and a vid if possible.

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03-18-2020, 03:53 AM

Price for the set ? Nice Cue



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03-18-2020, 04:44 AM

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OK railbirds, the is the best performing, best hitting carbon fiber cue I've played with so far. With its Italian flair, it's the Ducati of the pool world.

They got it right. Stay tuned tomorrow for a real test ride, detailed photos and maybe even a video.

Why?

Because I've got nothing better to do...
Ride on, very nice.

I have a couple cues you will be putting up against the best you have.

In one corner will be a Willie Hoppe conversion, Purpleheart into Birds Eye Maple. The cue itself has real tight old growth wood and the grain is perfectly straight in both pieces. All grain is lined up like the best guy they had that day put it all together, the Purple grain is 90 degrees offset from the Maple grain, just the way I do all of my cues, can't be beat.

Paired with the awesome Hoppe Butt will be a tight grain old growth Maple shaft with 26 growth rings, all rings straight from Joint to Ferrule with zero runoff.

Nice bike but when it comes to going off road with a street legal bike, it's real hard to be the Honda XR 650 L. On the road it was the comfort of the Goldwing 6 cyl fully loaded bike that made me smile the most. The Suzuki 1000's were fun but too fast.


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Ride on, very nice.

I have a couple cues you will be putting up against the best you have.

In one corner will be a Willie Hoppe conversion, Purpleheart into Birds Eye Maple. The cue itself has real tight old growth wood and the grain is perfectly straight in both pieces. All grain is lined up like the best guy they had that day put it all together, the Purple grain is 90 degrees offset from the Maple grain, just the way I do all of my cues, can't be beat.

Paired with the awesome Hoppe Butt will be a tight grain old growth Maple shaft with 26 growth rings, all rings straight from Joint to Ferrule with zero runoff.

Nice bike but when it comes to going off road with a street legal bike, it's real hard to be the Honda XR 650 L. On the road it was the comfort of the Goldwing 6 cyl fully loaded bike that made me smile the most. The Suzuki 1000's were fun but too fast.

That will be our title fight. Can't wait to see them! David is working on some conversions for me - I've been saving that 100 year old 26 1/2 for this special moment.


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Stay tuned, Ralf. This is the updated Becue 5.1 M shaft - it's very similar to the Tiger Pro X and Predator Z but in carbon fiber. The hit is REAL!


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03-18-2020, 07:05 AM

Something seems a little off about that Harley...

But wow what a beautiful cue! The wood coming into the carbon looks like trapped blood that’s catching fire. Sweet
  
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Something seems a little off about that Harley...

But wow what a beautiful cue! The wood coming into the carbon looks like trapped blood thatís catching fire. Sweet

That "wood" is not really wood, but it is a cool look.

I have a Becue, but mine is plain, and you aren't going to get a better playing cue than he just got.
  
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That "wood" is not really wood, but it is a cool look.

I have a Becue, but mine is plain, and you aren't going to get a better playing cue than he just got.
Blasphemy! Whatever it is itís pretty. Iíd like to see it in person
  
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03-18-2020, 08:45 PM

Guys, I didn't have time to do it today, but a few more teaser photos - tomorrow for sure.
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Something seems a little off about that Harley...

But wow what a beautiful cue! The wood coming into the carbon looks like trapped blood thatís catching fire. Sweet
No trees were harmed in the making of this cue! However they do it, it's amazing. This is a sign of what is possible...


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03-18-2020, 09:13 PM

Itís looks awesome. Which daft do you recommend the Prime M or 5.1M? What is the difference? Also is the sneaky Pete model the same as the other? Thanks
  
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