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2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SPSYMU

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2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SPSYMU
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Questions and Answers for 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SPSYMU

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I'm 5'10" and am more of the lead off guy to hit through gaps. I want something that will give me some extra power in case I am in a situation that calls for a home run. With other bats I usually can one hop the fence if I put everything into my swing. Would this be the bat for me? Should I consider something different?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SPSYMU) has a one-piece end loaded design and is an ideal bat for increasing a players power. The best way to increase a players power is with a stiff one-piece bat with an end loaded swing weight.

Jason Expert ·Jul 19, 2014

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I am 4 foot 11 and weigh 95 pounds. I am looking to purchase a quality bat. Are there any cons for me using this bat for softball?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) is a great model and performs extremely well. The only thing I would hesitate about when recommending this bat you you would be the end-loaded design given your size. The more balanced 2015 Miken Psycho Balanced USSSA (SPSYBU) may be a better fit.

Patrick Expert ·Jun 15, 2014

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I'm not sure if I should order the Miken end-loaded or balanced model. Most of my hits are at the opposite side. Can you please advise?

If you are more of a power hitter, I would probably suggest the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax: (SPSYMU). If you are more of a contact-hitter I would probably suggest going for the balanced model. An even weight distribution will make it a little easier to swing through the zone. However, if you are able to generate power pretty easily, an end-loaded model would fit your game well.

Merritt Expert ·Jun 12, 2014

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I am a 5 foot 9 and weigh 195 pounds. I am a female. What size of bat would you recommend?

The most common weight of the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) used by a player of your size would be the 28 ounce version. If you feel that this would be a bit heavy, the 27 ounce size is also commonly used.

Patrick Expert ·May 16, 2014

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Are there any differences between this bat and last year's model of the Izzy Psycho, aside from the look?

There are no major differences between the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) and the 2014 model. Both feature 750x HPI technology and a one piece composite design.

Bobby Expert ·May 14, 2014

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I'm 5'8" and weigh 205 lbs. I'm not a power hitter I was wondering if a 26 oz. would improve my distance or would a heavier bat be a better choice? I like the bat speed I get with 26 oz. bats.

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) has a full one ounce end load. We recommend to use the 26 oz. The end loaded designed should help generate enough power for you.

Kara Expert ·May 14, 2014

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I am 5'11 and weigh 200 pounds. Since I am not a power hitter (home runs or triples) would this bat make up for the loss of power? I would like to hit the ball for distance. Based on my height and weight, would I choose a 28oz or 30oz bat?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) would be a great bat for someone looking to hit with power. It comes with a full 1 ounce end-load to give it more of a sledgehammer type swing that power hitters like. This bat is one of the more higher performing models available right now. Based on someone of your height and weight, I would recommend a 28oz model.

Kyle J. Expert ·May 14, 2014

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I'm 5 foot 9 and weigh 220 pounds. I have hit my fair share of homers. What weight of bat should I go with to be more consistent with my bombs, heavier or lighter?

A heavier model of the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) may benefit your power numbers if you are able to swing it at the same speed. The equation is mass x velocity= power. If you go heavier and swing it at the same speed, your power should increase. If you sacrifice weight to get better bat speed it can achieve the same results but it would have to greatly increase the speed you produce.

Patrick Expert ·May 12, 2014

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I play mixed USSSA softball. I was wondering how this bat would handle the 11" USSSA girls ball? I'm a power hitter. I was also looking at the Psycho balanced bat, not sure if there is a better bat you would suggest for a woman.

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) is and end loaded bat and recommended for a power hitter. It has a full one ounce end load. We typically recommend more of a balanced bat for females such as the 015 Miken Psycho Balanced USSSA (SPSYBU). Both bats can be used with mixed USSSA softball.

Kara Expert ·May 07, 2014

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Which bat is better to use for the NYC clincher ball: This one or the M nation Supermax ASA Geno Buck bat?

Both the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) and the 2015 Miken M Nation Geno Buck Maxload ASA (MNATMA) would be great options to use with the Clincher balls. For best results with the "mush" balls, you want to use a stiff one-piece bat that is also end loaded. Since both those models feature those specs, they both would do great. The better bat for you will be a matter of preference.

Tessa L. Expert ·May 06, 2014

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Does this bat have NSA stamp? And is it good for .40 or .44 core balls?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax: SPSYMU has the NSA stamp. It is a great option to use with .40 or .44 core balls.

Kara Expert ·May 02, 2014

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Would the Izzy be a good bat for NYC Clincher Softballs? These Clinchers as you know, are designed to not travel as far as a regular softballs. I was wondering which bat is best for this type of softball. I am 6'1" and 260 lbs. I'm strictly a power hitter. Looking into the Izzy as of now. Thanks! Pete in NYC.

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU Slow Pitch) would be designed to hit the .52 Core balls. These balls will be softer and feel more mushy. For the harder, heavier, Clincher ball, I would have to recommend a wooden slow pitch bat like the Brett Bros. Thunder Bamboo/Maple Wood Softball Bat (SST500 Black Slow Pitch With FREE Titanium Bracelet). It would be more durable versus that type of ball.

Brandon Expert ·Apr 29, 2014

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Is this ASA approved?

No. The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) Slow Pitch bat is not ASA approved.

Damon Expert ·Apr 12, 2014

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Is this bat USSSA stamped for 2014?

Yes. The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) has the 2014 USSSA stamp.

Damon Expert ·Apr 12, 2014

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Hello, I want to know does this bat hit the .52/275 or .52/300 core ball?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU Slow Pitch) bat is best suited for the harder .44 core balls. Bats that are only approved for ASA are best for the .52 core balls such as the 2015 Miken Ultra 750X Maxload ASA (UL75MA).

Brandon Expert ·Apr 08, 2014

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I am a big guy 6'4" 260 lbs. I am a power hitter with decent bat speed and hit a lot of homer runs. I need to buy a new bat. What is your suggestion on which bat would be best suited for me? I don't care about the price, I want the best bat for me.

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) is a great option. The full 1 oz. end load is ideal for a power hitter. The 750X composite materials provide outstanding performance and durability.

Kara Expert ·Apr 04, 2014

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I see its an end load bat, I'm use to swinging a 28oz bat, should I step down to a 27 or stay where I'm at with the 28oz?

I would stay at the 28Oz with the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU). Personally I feel that end loaded bats are easier to swing the heavier they are.

Jackson Expert ·Mar 20, 2014

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Does the 2014 Psycho have the same pop as the 2015 Psycho?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) Slow Pitch is the exact same design as the 2014 Psycho.The only difference is the paint/color scheme.

Jason Expert ·Mar 18, 2014

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Will this bat crash with 52/270 and 52/300 cor ball? What about 2014 Psycho is it same barrel as 2015?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) is USSSA approved, and will perform better with the older 44 core balls. We recommend the 2015 Miken Ultra 750X Maxload ASA (UL75MA) for optimal performance with the 52 core balls.

Tessa L. Expert ·Mar 12, 2014

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The Izzy 2015 SuperMax SPSYMU (VS) the Miken 750 Maxload both ASA approved how do they compare to each other? I'm ready to buy a bat. What recommendation do you have to the best ASA bat for the .44 core ball that has 5 stars. Thanks.

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax: SPSYMU Slow Pitch bat will be USSSA approved and not ASA apporved. The highest rated ASA bat for you would be the 2014 Miken Ultra 750X Maxload ASA: SULTMA Slow Pitch. The newer 2015 bats do not have any reviews as of yet.

Brandon Expert ·Feb 18, 2014

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Any durability issues with this bat and hitting 44/375’s?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) can be used with the 44/375 balls since it is USSSA approved. We do not recommend using the 44 core balls with bats that are ASA approved.

Kara Expert ·Feb 13, 2014

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Does this bat add a half ounce or a whole ounce of weight?

The 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax (SPSYMU) has a full ounce end load.

John Expert ·Feb 04, 2014

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Just wondering, does this bat hit the 52/275 core ball with no problems and many home runs?

Yes, the 2015 Miken Izzy Psycho SuperMax: SPSYMU Slow Pitch bat will be able to crush the USSSA Classic M Plus .52 core 275 balls.

Brandon Expert ·Feb 04, 2014

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