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I used to swing the ultra II 30 oz. everyone started using end loaded bats so I changed to a 28 oz end load. I hit the ball hard still but I don't get the same lift. More hard line drives but fewer home runs. Is there a reason for this. Should I stay with the balanced?
If you saw your best performance with this Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) in the 30 oz weight, then I would recommend going with this type of model again. This exact model of the Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) will be a balanced model of bat. I would not be able to comment as to exactly why the balanced models have worked better for you in regard to getting more lift on the ball, but I would recommend staying with that a balanced if you see the most performance. I think this MSU2 will be excellent for you!
Can this bat be used below 60 degrees?
We do not recommend using the Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) or for that matter an bat much below 55 degrees. At those temperatures the baseball or softball becomes harder and denser and the bats are not designed to handle the denser ball potentially causing damage to the barrel.
What is the difference between a 1.21 bat and a bat stamped 1.20?
The barrel walls on a bat stamped with a 1.21 BPF USSSA stamp like the Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) will be thinner and allow for more trampoline affect and batted ball speed than on the more regulated 1.20 BPF bats.
What compression and core ratings balls are appropriate for the Miken Ultra II senior bat ?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) is approved for usage with the .52 COR 300 Compression Softballs.
Does this bat come in different colors?
This specific Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) will only be offered in the black color (with red writing) at JustBats. We have other Ultra II options in different colors, but they will not provide the same single-piece, balanced feel as this bat.
I have a Miken Ultra II bat with ASA stamp on it year 2000 with BPF 1.20. Have been using this bat for many years with excellent results. I purchased 4 latest models with BPF 1.21 and one already cracked. Is there any different in both bats other tan the BPF ? is the composite mantain the same ?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch (MSU2) will feature the senior softball, 1.21 BPF rating. The 1.21 BPF will offer better performance than the 1.20 BPF that was on your previous bat, and because of the higher performance, 1.21 BPF bats will not be as durable as previous models. The composite materials will be slightly different than the model you previously used due to upgrades over the years in composite technology.
I want to get the two-piece Ultra II. I would would like to know which option to choose. I am a singles hitter, over 70, 5'9" and weigh 175 lbs. Should I get a 26 oz. or 27 oz.?
At your height and weight, the 26 oz. Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MSU2 would be the way to go.
I am an average hitter without much power. Will this bat give me some added power?
It should. The balanced swing weight of the Miken Ultra II Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MSU2) should allow you to reach higher swing speeds which would be the key to power. And this model is also rated with the BPF 1.21 performance stamp, so it's one of the highest-performing bats available.
Is this bat fully loaded?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2) Slow Pitch bat features a balanced swing weight. The (ULTTOC-UII) would offer the same design, but a half ounce end load at the end of its barrel.
Do you have to break in the Miken Ultra ll MSU2? If so, how many hits? Also will it help keeping it in a bat warmer?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2) will require a minimal break-in period of about 25 hits or so while rotating the barrel. Keeping the bat in a bat warmer may help the composite fibers to stay loser but the difference would be slight.
Why not a warranty of some type? If not, Miken is really selling an inferior product just to make money. I had a Miken but it cracked, I guess I have to make up my mind to buy a bat from a company that's stands behind its product. I loved that bat.
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2 Slow Pitch) does not come with a warranty. I believe that is due to how they create the Senior Softball bat. These bats are very high performing. Here is Miken's number if you'd like to ask them about a warranty issue: 1-877-807-5291.
I am recently getting back into softball in a senior league. I have not played in 12 years. The bat I used to use was the TPS Chrome Dome which is illegal now. I'm 6'4" and still swing with a lot of power but noticed the bats I'm buying at the local sports stores don't have the pop of my old bats. What's a good bat for playing now a days?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball: MSU2 Slow Pitch is one of the hottest bats on the market right now, and should provide as good of pop if not better than nearly any bat available for Senior League Softball.
Are these bats for average sized hitters? How does the ball react off these bats? What would you recommend 1 or 2 piece bat? I am 5' 9" and 165 lbs. I am not a power hitter.
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2) is one of the hottest bats you can buy. It features a nice, balanced swing which is well suited for contact hitters. The two-piece design will help reduce vibration during contact.
Time for a new bat. What is difference between Ultra II MSU2 and Ultra 750X Balanced? Which one is better for an average hitter (I'm not a long ball hitter)? I have an old Ultra II MSU2 (4 yrs old).
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2 Slow Pitch) will have a 13.5" barrel length, no warranty, and be one-piece full composite in design. It is approved for Senior Softball and not ASA or USSSA. The 2015 Miken Ultra 750X Balanced ASA (UL75BA Slow Pitch) will not be approved for Senior Softball and only be certified for ASA play. It has a 12 month warranty from Miken and will swing very balanced. Both will have incredible pop and performance.
Are these bats as balanced as the BBCOR bats like the Rawlings VELO or the Easton S1?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball (MSU2) is a balanced bat like the Rawlings VELO or the Easton S1.
Why did Miken go to a 1.21 BPF on the Ultra 11's. I have one that was a 1.20 just curious for the change?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball: MSU2 Slow Pitch bat will be 1.21 BPF to certify that it is legal for Senior Softball.
I am 60 years old and 6 ft. 210 lbs. Would you recomend this bat or the new 750X Maxload?
Deciding between these two bats really depends on your preference to swing weight and what certifications your league requires. This Miken Ultra II Senior Softball: MSU2 Slow Pitch bat has a more balanced swing weight than the 750X Maxload, has a BPF of 1.21, and is only approved in Senior Softball leagues.
I have had two of these bats. The first was hot out of the box and after giving me much gratification, it finally broke. I had a second similar bat but after over a 100 hits it is very flat and has no pop. I've done better with traditional bats. A friend who is a student of hitting and bats says he heard that there may have been a batch of these bats that were substandard. I'd like your input about this before I purchase another bat.
I have not heard anything about a bad shipment of the Miken Ultra II Senior Softball: MSU2 Slow Pitch bats. But we will keep our ears open. Typically, these are very high performing.
Is this bat approved in ISSA tournaments?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball is only approved for SSUSA, SPA, and LVSSA.
Which bat is a longer hitter this one or the NXT freak Super Max SNXTMA? And is the 2011 Freak 700 the same as the NXT 2013?
The Miken Ultra II Senior Softball is the hottest bat on the market. The new NXT Freak uses newer technology than the FX700 Freak.
I play senior softball and would like to have a suggested weight. I am 6 feet and about 184 lbs. and I hit the ball fairly hard.
We would recommend using a 34" 27 oz. Miken Ultra II.
Does it come in an end loaded bat?
Yes, the Miken Ultra II Maxload Senior Softball is an end loaded bat. Miken Ultra II Maxload Senior Softball: MSU2M Slow Pitch . 27 Reviews Miken Ultra II Maxload Senior Softball: MSU2M Slow Pitch . 27 Reviews Miken Ultra II Maxload Senior Softball: MSU2M Slow Pitch . 27 Reviews
I have heard that these bats can easily break Is that true and what is your experience with breakage?
Due to the single wall design of the Miken Ultra II Senior Softball: MSU2 Slow Pitch, it is more prone to breaking.
What is the difference between the SPU2P and the MSU2?
The SPU2P is a special edition of the MSU2. There is not a difference between the two bats.
What is the difference between the MSU2 & the MSU2M? Thanks
The MSU2M is end loaded which is preferred by power hitters. The MSU2 is a balanced bat.
will they ever have a bat this good to be approved for ASA?
Not as long as the ASA standards are set at where they are. If the standards are changed, then maybe they will.
I want to buy this for a gift. How do I know what weight to get? He is 5'6, 150 lbs. Senior, not a good hitter (but a great pitcher!). Thanks.
The most common size bat for someone his size would be a 26-27 ounce weight. When he gets it, before he takes the wrapper off, have him swing it, if it isn't the right size you can send it back and we can exchange it. We offer free shipping back to us.
why does it crack
This bat has a great amount of pop, the way the bat is constructed is to give it the highest amount of pop possible this also creates a little bit of a durability issue with the bat
does the bat come with a fat handle also?
No, it only comes in the standard size handel.
What's the difference between the MSU2 and MSU2M?
The MSU2 is evenly balanced. The MSU2M will be endloaded with more of the weight distributed towards the end of the barrel.
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