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      Going back to Tenergy 05 hard ,not liking the boosted H3 nat at all

      Wassup guys , so i purchased a H3 national , and proceeded to boost , after a couple of days (the time it took to do the procedure) installed it on a Jun Mizutani SZLC all of a sudden my forehand is , to put a word on it ,id say not reliable , (i hope i'm making sense ), so i i took it off and put it on a Viscaria on fh with Dignics05 bh, so lets see how it works today ,and the JM with T05 hard and Dignics 05 , so what did i do wrong? please don't burn me ! just wanted to see for myself what the whole boosting was all about

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      I hope your skill level is 2200+ USATT if you are using something like Mizutani SZLC with boosted H3. If not, that is why it is "not reliable". Same applies for Mizutani with 05 Hard.

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      You are using one of the fastest blade with H3. You didn't mention the hardness degree but I hope you purchased 39. Otherwise, as someone mentioned above, unless you are well over 2,000+ rating, you won't have the skill and technique to unleash its potential.

      I use boosted H3 provincial blue sponge with 40 degree hardness. I initially put it on ZJK ALC. It was an amazing set up but a perfect stroke is very difficult to execute during games. I have since switched the blade to Acoustic and it plays wonderfully. I'll definitely be getting the 39 degree in the future though.

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      the learning curve is hard takes a very long time to do it

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      Thanks guys , and i apologize for not stating a couple of things , over here we use classes ,like class A would be a high level player ,class B intermediate and so forth , so i would say ,since i don't play sanctioned that i would be class B , I was playing really great before the boosting , and the Mizutani was really working great ,but you do have a point 729B2 ,maybe i wanted it to perform with out even getting used to it ,ill put the time and maybe it ill change my mind, thanks guys

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      Whats your rating? Your setup might be a bit too fast for you

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      Quote Originally Posted by LucasMcCaine View Post
      Wassup guys , so i purchased a H3 national , and proceeded to boost , after a couple of days (the time it took to do the procedure) installed it on a Jun Mizutani SZLC all of a sudden my forehand is , to put a word on it ,id say not reliable , (i hope i'm making sense ), so i i took it off and put it on a Viscaria on fh with Dignics05 bh, so lets see how it works today ,and the JM with T05 hard and Dignics 05 , so what did i do wrong? please don't burn me ! just wanted to see for myself what the whole boosting was all about
      A long term H3 user here. I have used all kinds of Hurricane, provincial, national, Neo, non Neo, commercial, you name it.

      Hurricane pairs well with all kinds of blades. But I agree with a fast blade your FH ball will fly long and a high level of skills is required.

      I played H3 provincial on a ZJK ALC and it was a powerful weapon. Yet I win far more games with the same Hurricane on a Stiga OC.

      What does it tell you? How much power you can unleash depends on your level.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LucasMcCaine View Post
      Wassup guys , so i purchased a H3 national , and proceeded to boost , after a couple of days (the time it took to do the procedure) installed it on a Jun Mizutani SZLC all of a sudden my forehand is , to put a word on it ,id say not reliable , (i hope i'm making sense ), so i i took it off and put it on a Viscaria on fh with Dignics05 bh, so lets see how it works today ,and the JM with T05 hard and Dignics 05 , so what did i do wrong? please don't burn me ! just wanted to see for myself what the whole boosting was all about
      you switch material way too often. downgrade the blade and train with hurricane a few weeks at least to evaluate ``objectively``

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      Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib View Post
      A long term H3 user here. I have used all kinds of Hurricane, provincial, national, Neo, non Neo, commercial, you name it.

      Hurricane pairs well with all kinds of blades. But I agree with a fast blade your FH ball will fly long and a high level of skills is required.


      I played H3 provincial on a ZJK ALC and it was a powerful weapon. Yet I win far more games with the same Hurricane on a Stiga OC.

      What does it tell you? How much power you can unleash depends on your level.

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      have you used 42 degree h3 neo blue national? im curious iv only used up to 41

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      Quote Originally Posted by 729B2 View Post
      have you used 42 degree h3 neo blue national? im curious iv only used up to 41
      No I haven't. For my style 40 is sufficient on my OC.

      Most CNT men use 41.5 on their FH. I don't know who will need 42 hardness.

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      it took you two days to boost the rubber? It takes me over a week

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      Maybe you are more suited to a style that requires less brushing during ball contact.

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      To clarify some points that maybe i didn't explain myself , its the first time i use the H3 nat and wanted to try for myself, i said i tried it with the mizutani and couldn't handle it so i switched, i wouldn't say that switching material (as you say) often , and although i said a couple of days i specified "the time it took " meaning 4 days plus the day i glued it , so now i put it on a Viscaria that i'm yet to try , i did try the mizutani with T05 hard and its awesome ,i have more control over my fh , but ill try the viscaria if it doesn't work ,ill give up with trying the H3
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      Commercial h3neo boosted more than 5 times
      Plays very powerful with unstoppable rotation on Fang bo ac
      So maybe you should try your National on innerforce limba ac?

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      Thank you Konrad , i did put it on a Viscaria , lets see how it plays ,i haven't used it yet

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      Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib View Post
      No I haven't. For my style 40 is sufficient on my OC.

      Most CNT men use 41.5 on their FH. I don't know who will need 42 hardness.

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      ma long and yan an i believe use it

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      @SFF_Iib have you tried nittaku's hurricanes? I mean 3 pro, 3 pro turbo orange and blue?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Gugdigrazia View Post
      @SFF_Iib have you tried nittaku's hurricanes? I mean 3 pro, 3 pro turbo orange and blue?
      No i haven't. I did some research on some Chinese forum. The Nittaku H3 (blue cover) is equivalent to DHS Neo H3 provincial.

      The new Nittaku H3 turbo orange and blue are disappointing. The hard spong is too heavy and too hard to break in. DHS Neo H3 provincial is still the most popular choice in China.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SFF_lib View Post
      No i haven't. I did some research on some Chinese forum. The Nittaku H3 (blue cover) is equivalent to DHS Neo H3 provincial.

      The new Nittaku H3 turbo orange and blue are disappointing. The hard spong is too heavy and too hard to break in. DHS Neo H3 provincial is still the most popular choice in China.

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      what about nittaku h3 pro (NOT turbo), the one with black and purple package? Some guys said the spin is almost equal to national h3, and if boosted it's the best hurricane (except national) for a chinese forehand player. I think it's semi tacky

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      Maybe you have no affinity with H3 National
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