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ProFly
Profly-1
Manufacturer Duncan
Release date Early 2000s
Shape Butterfly
Color Various
Weight 42.6 grams
Dimensions Diameter: 57mm
Width: 36mm
Material Plastic with laminated paper pogs
Bearing size Wooden axle sleeve
Response system N/A
The ProFly by Duncan is a rebranded version of the older ProYo II GT. It is essentially the same as the original Playmaxx version, but with new pog designs made by Duncan. The responsiveness of the wooden axle sleeve makes it good for looping, but not too good for string tricks, despite the Butterfly-shaped body.

It was also released in the 2003-2004 iteration of the Hyper Yo-Yo line as the Hyper Loop Fly (Japanese: ハイパーループフライ), of which a hand-painted version by John Higby, known as the Hyper Yodel (Japanese: ハイパーヨーデル), was also released.









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Modification

Introduction

This main point of this mod is to change a wood axle yo-yo to a ball bearing yo-yo. Very easy to do if you have all of the materials. The sleeper of the accomplished product can be very long.


Material List
  • Yomega Raider bearing x 1
  • Yomega Hyper Warp spacer x 2
  • Shim x 2 (size can be optional) - for widen string gap
  • 3.5mm X 12mm x 2 (width can be optional) - for response system
  • F.A.S.T 201 weight rings x 2 (optional) - for weight adding
  • 5.3mm X 33mm rubber o-rings x 2 (optional) - for weight adding
Procedures
  • Take of the paper caps and wooden axle
  • Put on the F.A.S.T 201 weight rings on the lips where the caps was held
  • Place the smaller o-rings around the axle area
  • Plug in the a shim, spacer on each half
  • Place the ball bearing on the axle half
  • Screw two parts together

Have fun!

This modification is performed by anson liang

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