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      BiGuang is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by RidTheKid View Post
      What is you bh rubber and blade? Total weight of setup?
      Im using the IF Layer ALC.
      FH: Nittaku Pro 3
      BH: T05
      Weight: 195g

      Previously I used two T05 and it weighs 184g.

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      Quote Originally Posted by TheKhan123 View Post
      almost as grippy as h8 but has less speed. :/
      Was the Hurricane 8 more grippy?
      I have not played with the Hurricane 8 before but like I mentioned, this rubber is only compared to Hurricane 3.
      However, will definitely agree with you it might require some boosting to break into the rubber easier.
      Once ive developed better strokes will definitely go back to DHS H3. With booster that is

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      Quote Originally Posted by BiGuang View Post
      Was the Hurricane 8 more grippy?
      I have not played with the Hurricane 8 before but like I mentioned, this rubber is only compared to Hurricane 3.
      However, will definitely agree with you it might require some boosting to break into the rubber easier.
      Once ive developed better strokes will definitely go back to DHS H3. With booster that is
      Alright, here is a comparison between h3 turbo, h8 and h3 national by that Persian website, rated out of 10:
      H3 national:
      Speed: 9.4
      Spin: 9.3
      Grippyness: 7.5

      Hurricane 8 :
      Speed: 9.2
      Spin:9.5
      Grippyness:8.2

      H3 turbo of nittaku and dhs:
      Speed: 8.8
      Spin:9.5
      Grippyness: 8.2

      I can't confirm the website is completely correct or not, but until now, they haven't gone wrong with their scoring. So, I think the scores are trustable

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      And I'm not sure what to call the right pronoun for being grippy. So, I went with grippyness. Let me know if I did it wrong :|

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      Quote Originally Posted by TheKhan123 View Post
      And I'm not sure what to call the right pronoun for being grippy. So, I went with grippyness. Let me know if I did it wrong :|
      Yes you did it wrong. It's not a "pronoun". You're welcome.

      Julian

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      Quote Originally Posted by JulianTT View Post
      Yes you did it wrong. It's not a "pronoun". You're welcome.

      Julian
      English beast I am

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      Either way, I have a small bit of problem that I think I need help for
      A: I kinda hate breaking the rules because of ethics and stuff like that. And, I'm also not too confident about getting caught red handed in the future, like say when I'm a pro :|
      Could anyone say it in a good way instead of saying that I'm telling freaking shit, that I'm probably wrong?

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      Quote Originally Posted by TheKhan123 View Post
      Alright, here is a comparison between h3 turbo, h8 and h3 national by that Persian website, rated out of 10:
      H3 national:
      Speed: 9.4
      Spin: 9.3
      Grippyness: 7.5

      Hurricane 8 :
      Speed: 9.2
      Spin:9.5
      Grippyness:8.2

      H3 turbo of nittaku and dhs:
      Speed: 8.8
      Spin:9.5
      Grippyness: 8.2

      I can't confirm the website is completely correct or not, but until now, they haven't gone wrong with their scoring. So, I think the scores are trustable
      I think turbo blue is faster. Or are you speaking about turbo orange?

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      Quote Originally Posted by kossmo View Post
      I think turbo blue is faster. Or are you speaking about turbo orange?
      It's the blue one

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      my friend setup (I don't design it)
      Blue, Orange H3
      Carbonado 290, 93 grams
      all weight= 215 grams

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      Wow! This must be a very powerful setup!

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      Quote Originally Posted by kossmo View Post
      Wow! This must be a very powerful setup!
      It's a mistake to run it on both sides
      It's only good for forehand

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      2 x 60 grams (on both sides), thats realy heavy.

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      My friend said to me the kick is enormous

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      Quote Originally Posted by JulianTT View Post
      Yes you did it wrong. It's not a "pronoun". You're welcome.

      Julian
      Now I'm sure it's noun xD

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      blue and orange h3 pro has the same code

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      my friend setup (I don't design it)
      Blue, Orange H3
      Carbonado 290, 93 grams
      all weight= 215 grams
      Thats a heavy setup!! And yes, I feel it’s more suited to forehand.
      For the backhand, it would slow down the stroke too much due to its weight.

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      He is very weird guy
      His statistics are 1: 20

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      Wow the reply rate is kinda low... seems like the hybrid rubber isn't that popular... thus no game changer.

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      I reviewed this rubber for TT11 a couple of months back and am a little surprised that it hasn't received more attention. Straight out of the package and heavily factory boosted (no need for additional boosting or break-in periods), it is a great rubber for players with fast arm swing speeds and active play style and it is definitively geared towards advanced players. There is no doubt that it is easier to generate spin on slow opening loops against heavy backspin with regular blue sponge H3, but the Turbo Blue is definitively faster while still producing high spin levels - higher than Hurricane 8 for example. I will say that once the factory boosting wears off after ~60h or so, and the topsheet starts to wear (which is somewhat unusual for a H3 to happen so quickly), it becomes more difficult to play with than a regular blue sponge H3. I would love to know what booster Nittaku uses, as it might be possible to extend the rubbers life for practice play with reboosting (you wouldn't want to use a reboosted sheet for tournament play). The smell test did not give me any hints (not the typical Dandoy/ESN booster or Falco or the typical Chinese boosters).

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