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      Vista's Fire Fall FC or Joola TPE Perform

      After quite a bit of research over the last couple of days, I think I've whittled down the choices for my next blade to these two. I'm looking at tenergy 05 rubbers and wondered if anyone had any experience of playing tenergy on either of these blades or whether you had any thoughts as to which blade would be better suited to 05's?

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      Title should read "Victas"...bloody auto correct!

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      I've already played TPE Perform and TPE Nature and they are great blades that perform good with Tenergy rubbers. Some of my mates use TPE Fight blades that are great blades as well. Good series.

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      Hello Stuart,

      You're sure you want to go for a carbon blade? If I remember correctly, you started a thread a short time ago that you were worried about that you damaged your proces and asked for a setup to rework some fundamentals. In that case, you might want to choose a (premium) all-wood blade and maybe some slower (tensor) rubbers as well.

      If you've already played with a similar setup and you really liked it, then of course it's a good reason to just go for it.
      Spinny, Spinnier, Spinniest

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