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02-07-2018, 05:44 PM

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Just wondering if anyone has used a Revo with a Lucasi uni loc?

I too would really prefer a 30" shaft. Guess it might be a while before they are available.
This: http://www.muellers.com/Lucasi-Cue--L-C60,4262.html with a bison black leather wrap and the 12.4. Very enjoyable shooting.


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02-07-2018, 08:24 PM

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This: http://www.muellers.com/Lucasi-Cue--L-C60,4262.html with a bison black leather wrap and the 12.4. Very enjoyable shooting.
Thanks, I have some Lucasi's I might try the revo on.
  
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02-09-2018, 12:55 PM

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From what I've been hearing, an 11.8mm is next on the block to be released. Heard by the end of the year. Believe Darren Appleton's has been 11.8 since he went to it full time.
I can't wait for this, I love the 12.4, but miss the smaller tip.
  
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02-09-2018, 04:15 PM

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I've played with both and there is very little difference in cue ball deflection, imo. I think the REVO has a tiny bit less deflection but the big difference is in the tapers. I don't like the conical taper on a Vantage shaft although I can make cut shots with side spin quite easy. The straighter taper of the REVO feels better to me. I wish they would make a 30" REVO shaft in 12.25, 12.4 & 12.9. Oh well, I am just a dreamer.

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Joey, BeCue has been making them for over a year now. I have 2 31" 12.0 mm prime shafts. They made me a 31" butt, so no more extension needed in the middle.

Here's video of me using the BeCue...with a Kamui black medium tip...you can hear the sound of the hit as well as see the aesthetic of the cue.

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02-10-2018, 11:54 AM

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Joey, BeCue has been making them for over a year now. I have 2 31" 12.0 mm prime shafts. They made me a 31" butt, so no more extension needed in the middle.

Here's video of me using the BeCue...with a Kamui black medium tip...you can hear the sound of the hit as well as see the aesthetic of the cue.

https://youtu.be/fP4D2J19E_Q
Becue needs to make a unilock shaft. I understand the concept of the cue etc, however, I don't want to really buy a single cue I can't change out the shafts.The revo performs famously well.
  
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02-10-2018, 03:29 PM

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Ok this is for all who are now using a Revo shaft.
Whats the verdict?
Please provide a quick review.
Happy? Just Ok? Best shaft ever?
Thanks in advance.
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No complaints..low deflection..soft hit...light and hollow feel. My 314 feels a bit clunky after the revo...actually any cue does. I like it...it's probably the cue I should play with all the time but I like to switch things up...have a vantage shaft..an ob...Lucassi...Pechauer coming.

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02-10-2018, 04:46 PM

I think i will try out a revo in a year or so after trying to refresh myself with a new cue and playing once again. I will add a solid maple shaft at some point as well perhaps an OB.


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