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i would like honest opinions how you found the sef compared to the std coil.
better ground coverage ? more stable near emi ?
i,m assuming all above might apply but would like to hear it before throwing £120 at a coil thats only slightly different in size to what i have already .
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Only down side is the weight issue as the Ex II is already a heavy machine to swing. Many use the Ultimate Coil which is a fraction bigger but lighter than the SEF I believe. The Ultimate is also a great coil.
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i plan to buy a 8"(7.25" really)std and something to fit in the middle.
my options are 10"x12",12.5" accelerator,13" ultimate" ,14" accel pro,16.5" accel pro
this is for musketeer ,but any gain seen on a sov,exp should also be seen equally on musky .
i hadnt really considered the round coils ,because i read that elliptic was better choice ,but maybe some prefere round .
so now i would welcome all feedback on coils mentioned above from sov,exp,musky users.
i dont think i can get a 12" x 15" coz its not listed for musky or the original question would have been about 12" x 15".
are the butterfly coils more sensitive for thier sizes ?
Very sensitive, can use full sensitivity nice and smooth.
Yes it is also deeper and you can cover more ground.
I highly recommend it .