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Video on recovery speed


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First,I suck at anything computer related so I took a screenshot of the video so anyone can look it up…last night I was watching a video from Paystreak on the legend and recovery speed.. He said he runs it at 10 recovery speed, I’ve never ran past 6..Big eye opener, today I took the legend to a curbstrip that has never produced anything from any machine ,coil,etc including the Legend…Until today.. 6 inch coil,recovery speed at 10 and pitch tones I pulled two Wheaties and a old lipstick tube in 15 minutes.. Amazing, i Wish I had more time but I didn’t…I’ll be going back to a lot of places …


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I seldom run recovery beyond 6 as most areas are not that trashy and the ground is tough to get much depth in since it's mostly alkaline decomposed granite and I like to think I'm getting more depth at slower recovery levels. I'll put my thinking to more of a test when the 100 degree temps let me get out again.


New member
I guess I'm old school. In trashy sites I slow down my sweep speed and switch to a smaller coil. I haven't changed it from factory default.