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    Hi Friends!
    I just want to seek assistance from anyone of you who have an idea about the DBA PHOENIX 8 Pads.
    Our pads are: 7-3-5-5 (one side)
    My question are:
    Question 1:
    Can anybody enlighten me on the 2nd Speed & 3rd Speed & High Speed. I just want to know what do we mean by 2nd Speed & 3rd Speed & High Speed?
    if we refer to the manual, most of the 15 default patterns, they use 01 2nd Speed, 02 3rd Speed, 36 (oil pattern) High Speed.
    Questuon 2:
    If the pattern was created with forward oil pattern and without any reverse oil pattern, what reaction should I expect?
    If I put reverse oil does it mean the oil pattern will last longer compare to no reserve oil pattern?
    thanks!
    I hope I could get some inputs!

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    If you don't have the manual, google DBA PHOENIX 8 pad lane machine manual
    I'm going fishing and camping!

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    • #3
      What I have found with my machine, along with the advice of the guy from whom I purchased it: forward pass oil creates the hold and/or 'bounce' for the pattern, and oil applied on the reverse pass creates durability for the pattern. Unless you have nothing but open play, you'll want to develop a pattern that uses both forward and reverse oil.
      As far as the speeds go, speed 1 is slowest, all the way up to hi speed. Putting oil down with slower speeds put the oil more densely, ie. heavier oil. This is the way to control the front to back taper of your pattern.
      BTW- the default patterns are really terrible for today's game. Just my opinion.

      I hope that helps to start.
      Mick

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bdytoc View Post
        Hi Friends!
        I just want to seek assistance from anyone of you who have an idea about the DBA PHOENIX 8 Pads.
        Our pads are: 7-3-5-5 (one side)
        My question are:
        Question 1:
        Can anybody enlighten me on the 2nd Speed & 3rd Speed & High Speed. I just want to know what do we mean by 2nd Speed & 3rd Speed & High Speed?
        if we refer to the manual, most of the 15 default patterns, they use 01 2nd Speed, 02 3rd Speed, 36 (oil pattern) High Speed.
        Questuon 2:
        If the pattern was created with forward oil pattern and without any reverse oil pattern, what reaction should I expect?
        If I put reverse oil does it mean the oil pattern will last longer compare to no reserve oil pattern?
        thanks!
        I hope I could get some inputs!
        If it helps, I have the same machine and have played around with it a good bit. I have house patterns, challenge patterns to sports patterns for it if you'd like some things to try out. Some of them built by Kegel .

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