makes Revolution Ropes different than other ropes?
pending Tip Xcelerator technology that comes with every rope
allows for maximum control of your swing and delivery  and optimum action,
which will increase your catch percentage.
there any rules against having a weighted tip?
3.  How will a weighted tip help my
Ropes have been used to win 3 go-rounds at the National Finals Rodeo, as well as
National Shoot-Out Championships in the USTRC.  Neither the PRCA nor the
USTRC have rules prohibiting ropes with increased weight or body via a fourth
strand, central core, or Tip Xcelerator.  Nor are there any rules
prohibiting covering the rope with a material that increases performance and
longevity -  such as wax, rawhide or plastic burners, or a Tip
Better control of your swing
Increased tip follow through
More clean (2 feet) catches
More accurate delivery
Fewer slipped legs
Faster loop feed
Longer lasting rope
4.  How much weight
does the Tip Xcelerator add?
Actually, the Tip Xcelerator weighs less
than an ounce. And the total loop weight of a 3-strand Revolution Rope weighs
less than a 4-strand loop. The reason a Revolution Rope will outperform any
conventional rope is because the Tip Xcelerator is positioned at the tip and
leading edge of the loop, where the force of the added weight is multiplied.
a Revolution Rope outlast conventional ropes?
Yes. A rope starts to feel dead  when
it starts to breakdown and fray.    The Tip Xcelerator will
extend the useful life of the rope by 20% or longer  because the  the
weight of the Tip Xcelerator  gives the rope life and keeps
it  from feeling dead.  The Tip Xcelerator also protects the
tip and prevents it from fraying.  And the Tip Xclerator will
generally outlast the rope body.
6.  Do I
have to change the way I throw to use a Revolution
although it will take a little work on the dummy and few practice runs to get
comfortable with the additional feel and control of the tip.  Revolution
Ropes are designed to take advantage of the natural action of the weighted tip,
which means you can concentrate less on creating the necessary action to keep
your loop on, and more on the location of your delivery.  Give yourself some time to get used to your
new rope. Like anything revolutionary, it may take a little getting used to. For
information on using a Revolution Rope for the first time,
7.  How do I know what size loop to
accumulated enough data to know that the majority of headers deliver a  #4
or #5 Loop, and the majority of heelers throw a # 7 Loop.  Calf ropers and
breakaway roperes throw a #2, 3, or 4 Loop. If you know that you swing a
particularly large or small loop, you may order accordingly. If you are
uncertain and want to make sure you are ordering the rope that is right for you,
we need a couple of simple measurements to calculate your tip location.
Please click here for instructions on how to take these
measurements and determine your
Revolution Loop Size.
if my loop size is larger or smaller than the standard loop sizes, or what if I
want more or less weight in the tip?
You can custom order your rope
to any desired specifications:  specific loop size, more/less weight,
shorter/longer weight length.  Just tell us and we'll give you a quote to make it.
did you come up with the idea to put weight in the tip of the rope?
The concept of weighting the tip of a rope has been around for at
least 20 years. In fact, there were weighted tip heeling ropes made in the 80's.
And today, many rope makers claim that their rope has more weight in the
tip.  What they actually mean is that the combined different fibers to make
the entire rope and loop heavier, or more dense. Revolution Ropes analyzed this
concept to the extreme and engineered the precise amount of weight, in the exact
location that would optimize the control and action of the loop without
weighting the entire rope.
10.  What is a Revolution Tab
We use reusable Revolution Tab Bands
instead of cheap twist ties to package all of our ropes.  Tab bands keep
your rope coiled up tight, are easy to get on and off, and can be used over and
over to keep your ropes properly coiled.  These are provided at no
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