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      yinhe pro feeling

      I have a yinhe pro feeling, 87 gramms.

      Top ply is KOTO (i have fishscale pattern - only koto has this - same as my bty timo boll ALC - not like Limba from my BTY IF LAYER ALC)
      Second ply is unknown to me.
      Then a 'VOLCARYL' Layer consisting of Basalto Fiber (russioan high strength fiber made from volcanic stone: BASALT) and Arylate (another name for vectran) - therefore the name VOL- (volcanic) ARYL (arylate).
      Center wood is unknown to me.

      very nice blade, inner layer design, on par with my bty TB ALC and my BTY IF LAYER ALC (a bit softer than TB ALC - less bouncy than IF LAYER ALC same speed, many gears, good stability)

      I play H3 blue sponge forehand / nittaku fastarc G+ backhand

      I got myne selected to my specified weight (87gr) by a chinese supplier

      cheers

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      I have a yinhe pro feeling, 87 gramms.

      Top ply is KOTO (i have fishscale pattern - only koto has this - same as my bty timo boll ALC - not like Limba from my BTY IF LAYER ALC)
      Second ply is unknown to me.
      Then a 'VOLCARYL' Layer consisting of Basalto Fiber (russioan high strength fiber made from volcanic stone: BASALT) and Arylate (another name for vectran) - therefore the name VOL- (volcanic) ARYL (arylate).
      Center wood is unknown to me.

      very nice blade, inner layer design, on par with my bty TB ALC and my BTY IF LAYER ALC (a bit softer than TB ALC - less bouncy than IF LAYER ALC same speed, many gears, good stability)

      I play H3 blue sponge forehand / nittaku fastarc G+ backhand

      I got myne selected to my specified weight (87gr) by a chinese supplier

      cheers

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      Quote Originally Posted by dominus7 View Post
      Would be correct then say is the composition blade:
      Ayous-ayous-kevlarCarbon-ayous-kevlarCarbon-ayous-ayous ?
      Quote Originally Posted by dominus7 View Post
      Thanks, then we could say it's ayous-ayous-alc-ayous-alc-ayous-ayous right?
      Because they don't say it's limba, just refer about the fiber.
      Quote Originally Posted by dominus7 View Post
      He told you something about the others plies? Should we say it's
      koto-limba-alc-kiri-alc-limba-koto?
      koto-limba-alc-ayous-alc-limba-koto?
      koto-ayous-alc-ayous-alc-ayous-koto?
      Quote Originally Posted by dominus7 View Post
      I've read Yinhe m202 is limba-limba-plc-kiri-plc-limba-limba, it's innerforce zlc clone
      And let's say Yinhe pro feeling is koto-ayous-alc-ayous-alc-ayous-koto, innerforce alc clone.
      What blade should be more controllable and less crispier?
      I confess, this seems like the strangest way to go about trying to figure out the ply construction of a blade.

      The desperation is evident. But the process seems ludicrous. Blade construction by proxy.
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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      I confess, this seems like the strangest way to go about trying to figure out the ply construction of a blade.

      The desperation is evident. But the process seems ludicrous. Blade construction by proxy.
      Hahaha, I thought the same thing!

      This thread is very interesting none the less. I've been wanting to try the cheaper H301 and Pro Feeling for a while now, and now the M202 and see how they perform in comparison to the IF ALC, IF ZLC and HL5.
      Last edited by thomas.pong; 09-12-2019 at 09:17 AM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by thomas.pong View Post
      Hahaha, I thought the same thing!

      This thread is very interesting none the less. I've been wanting to try the cheaper H301 and Pro Feeling for a while now, and now the M202 and see how they perform in comparison to the IF ALC, IF ZLC and HL5.
      i also want to know those three blades that you say, i also have played with Yinhe M102 for a time - very good touch, a bit faster than ALC blades. I like it more than my Yinhe V14 pro

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      I see you tried it out already, can you describe the differences between h301 and this please?

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      I confess, this seems like the strangest way to go about trying to figure out the ply construction of a blade.

      The desperation is evident. But the process seems ludicrous. Blade construction by proxy.
      What I find really interesting is that not a single photo was posted during the whole discussion.

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      Tried this 4 years ago but I think 301 is slower. The Pro Feeling is a faster Innerforce.
      Quote Originally Posted by dominus7 View Post
      I see you tried it out already, can you describe the differences between h301 and this please?

      Enviado desde mi Moto G (4) mediante Tapatalk

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      I confess, this seems like the strangest way to go about trying to figure out the ply construction of a blade.

      The desperation is evident. But the process seems ludicrous. Blade construction by proxy.
      Thanks for your comment, we are still seeking the one who cares.

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      Pro Feeling outer ply looks very much like Koto on Viscaria, and also nothing like Ayous picture on the Wood blog on revspin (apparently, I cannot post links).
      Last edited by alexio; 12-04-2019 at 03:04 AM.

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      How about the handle. I have this ridiculous nick-picky stubborn mind about the handle. I read yogi_bear's link saying the neck is small. How does it compare to butterfly handles (Viscaria, Innerforce)?

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