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      Jimbob MacInbred is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      Ladies and gentlemen, Centenergy!


      I always wanted to see what a 1000$ racket looks like...
      Seriously: I guess only Der_Echte, a man among men, would be able to make proper use of it...
      But Zeio: Does that mean you generally recommend replacing a Tenergy with even more Tenergys?

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      Hahaha. There you have it.

      The only alternative to Tenergy is more Tenergys.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Xylit View Post
      Nothing plays like Tenergy. That is why I'll go to our local shop tomorrow and buy new sheets of T05 and T64 to replace my old ones
      True story.
      Good news for us: still some matches can be won even without tenergy

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      Characteristics wise, there's nothing like Tenergy. Sadly, my outcome hasn't changed a bit by using ESN rubbers!

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      you can always use national neo H3 on backhand that has even more spin then 05

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      Quote Originally Posted by 729B2zzzz View Post
      you can always use national neo H3 on backhand that has even more spin then 05
      Well, that depends. Not many have sufficient BH power and skills to produce what it takes to get near Neo-H3N's spin plateau, which is what is needed to eclipse T05. More concretely, even FZH's BH is not that level, hence T05 there. Ma Long can, and that's exceptional. There aren't that many Ma Longs around...

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      Xiom Vega Japan versus Xiom Vega Pro

      Quote Originally Posted by Atas Newton View Post
      Speaking of Xiom rubbers, can those in the know please tell me: what are the differences between Xiom Vega Pro and Xiom Vega Japan?
      i play with the Vega Japan 2mm for about 10 months now and have tested the Vega Pro from a friend of my team.
      I would say the Pro has a higher throw angle and thus makes more round ball trajectories, the Japan has lower throw , longer ball trajectory.
      i play the Japan in my backhand, i would prefer the Pro for the forehand
      similar speed, i think the Pro creates a bit more spin.

      i never tested on the same blade though, so my impressions could be not very accurate!

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      Pro has less catapult, higher throw, not thaaat far away from Tenergy 05
      Japan has more catapult, lower throw, kinda like the difference between Tenergy 05 and 80/64 somewhat...

      Still play different than Tenergy ofc

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      Why not just use Andro Rasanter R47? Better in every category.

      (That said... I can’t wait to try out Xiom Omega VII).


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      Rhyzers, omega vii

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      [QUOTE=bryan.young@me.com;222176]Why not just use Andro Rasanter R47? Better in every category.

      (That said... I can’t wait to try out Xiom Omega VII).


      in fact i`m using the r42 and 80fx on one blade and i find them to play nearly identical ..... but the feeling is absolutely different .

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