I've noticed that lately my legacy, pgm, and 888 have become tug responsive, both have the stock response and im sure that the bearing is broken in. I've also tried cleaning the bearing but it didnt work. Anyone have any advice for me?
Ok, let's look at this logically for a moment...
The key factor here is that it's more then one yoyo exhibiting the same issue. Correct? Since you can't answer right away I'll assume this is the case.
If they're ALL becoming responsive, at the same time, it's not the yoyos themselves, and I'd imagine it's not the response systems, either. Chances are it's something you're doing. A habit you've developed.
If I were to take some educated guesses, I'd be thinking bearings and string, in that order, but my money is on over-lubricated bearings.
Clean the bearings. ALL of them. Lighter fluid, mineral spirits, whichever. Pick one and give 'em all a bath. A good bath. You might just want to leave them sitting in the cleaner of your choice overnight, then shake them good for a few minutes the day after.
Now, apply ONE single drop of YYJ thin to each bearing, use a needle if you have to so you don't overdo it. No more than one drop. Finger spin them while they're sitting on the axle, real gently at first to work the lube in, reassemble the yo and fire away. Do this with all of them.
Might as well go ahead and put fresh strings on them all whilst you're doing all this. One less variable, ya know?
How often do you play? How many hours a day? Week? Which yos get the most use? When you lube, how much do you use? If you can give us some fairly accurate numbers, we'll get this thing solved for you.
Throw like you mean it.