Questions and Answers for Anderson TechZilla XP Youth Baseball Bat: KTXP
Can this bat be used in Fastpitch Softball?
No, the Anderson TechZilla XP Youth Baseball Bat (KTXP) cannot be used in Fastpitch Softball.
Will they be making a big barrel TechZilla? I loved the bat when I was young but now I am a freshman and I need a BBCOR -3.
Anderson has not indicated to us that they intend to make a BBCOR certified version of the Anderson TechZilla XP Youth Baseball Bat (KTXP). The Techzilla line has only featured youth baseball and fastpitch as well as slow pitch softball designs.
Is this bat Little League approved?
The Anderson TechZilla XP Youth Baseball Bat (KTXP) will be legal for play in Little League.
Is this a balanced or end loaded bat?
The 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP Youth Baseball Bat (KTXP) will not only be the heaviest Youth bat we currently carry with the -9 length to weight ratio, but the larger sweet spot will also give this bat an end loaded feel.
Why only a 6 month warranty?
Anderson has not specified to us why it chose to offer a six month warranty on the 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP (KTXP). However, Anderson bats have proven to be very durable and high performing.
Can this bat be used with the yellow batting cage balls?
The 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP (KTXP), along with all our composite or alloy bats, is not recommended to use with the yellow cage balls.
Do you have to break the bat in?
Generally, we do recommend a slight break-in for the 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP: (KTXP) Youth. We would suggest around 100-150 swings, rotating the barrel a quarter of an inch each time to help loosen up the material.
Is there a minimum temperature when using this bat?
We suggest that you do not use the 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP (KTXP) under fifty five degrees.
It looks like the barrel is bigger on the 2014, is it? We always loved your older models, but the new trend seems to be the larger barrel's.
In the youth model category of baseball bats, no barrel will exceed the size of 2 1/4". The bigger barrels are designated as "youth big barrel" or "senior league" models.
Is this bat approved for Little League use? We are in the Fairfax Little League of Fairfax Virginia (Northern VA).
The 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP (KTXP) Youth features the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp and is legal for play in Little League. It is always best to check with league officials first, as rules can vary depending on location.
Is this bat 100% alloy? That's all we can use.
The 2014 Anderson TechZilla XP: (KTXP) Youth baseball bat is an all-alloy design and features a multi-wall alloy barrel.
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