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      dominus7 is offline
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      A good backhand rubber for a Maze clone

      Hi all, I've been using a korbel with a mx-p rubber as BH, but the blade broke and I've got a Yinhe v16 which is a clone of Michael Maze, I think a mx-p rubber as backhand would be very fast and less controllable, as is more reactive so, which replacement could fit? I've been thinking about a xiom vega euro, but I didn't used in a 5+2 blade with kevlar carbon fibre, what do you advice me? I'm open to other rubbers,

      My play style is close to the table always doing short backspin service from the BH side to the BH short side opponent and after push if it's low or place the ball moderately speedy if it is high the return.

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      First use, next write your review.
      I will recommend smaller sponge size

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      Did you tryout v16 with H3Neo and GoldArc8/MXP?

      Let me know how did it play for you


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      +1 for Gold Arc 8, but if the worry is that MX-P would too reactive/bouncy/fast, then GA8 might be too fast as well.

      In that case, Vega Europe doesn't sound like a bad choice at all. I slightly prefer Vega Pro myself, to me that's the main go-to rubber for offensive players finding their way.

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      dominus7 is offline
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      I've found the ga8 much more controllable than mx-p, but less reactive and slower, I've been playing just a couple months sticked on the korbel, as BH, is slower than mx-p but sometimes is bouncier may be because was softer, even I put over both rubbers booster and the ga8 got soften but the mx-p is still firm; my BH style is try to attack the short low service, and said try because 6/10 are successful so I need more training to get the correct stance, angle and stroke, and block if comes too fast and if comes slow try to loop than a fast push or a winner.
      Quote Originally Posted by chintanmashroo View Post
      Did you tryout v16 with H3Neo and GoldArc8/MXP?

      Let me know how did it play for you


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      I play with a Maze Alc and am using a Tenergy 64 1,9 in the BH.
      Although it is a hard rubber I have found it easier to control also in passive play and it is less sensitive to spin compared with both Tenergy 05 and the MX-P.

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      Try using a Mantra M..i have been using it on BH side on a Donic Ovtcharov True Carbon..it makes wonders

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      I have a strong backhand shot, and find vega euro unpleasantly soft on the backhand of my maze blade. I enjoy vega euro a bit more than the euro, and enjoy rakza 7 and fastarc g-1 much more on my carbon blades (maze, and self-made limba-alc-spruce-kiri). Harder sponges and grippier rubber work better for me on BH. My suggestion is to think about the properties of the rubber that allow you to perform better overall (better feeling, better control) and then get that rubber....and stick with it for months since everything has a learning curve.

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      I have always said to start with a modern or old school control rubber on bh... level up and go from there. I have been called Rocketman and William Moristo on bh for some reasons... it is control plus impact.

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      Der_Echte is offline
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      Everyone in USA oughtta bum-rush colestt.com and buy him out of XP2008 before the party is over. I used that rubber for years and it is center of mass for a durable control rubber.

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