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    #81
    I played with Quartet SpeedVery fast hinoki blade, better for sp than two inverted rubbersI played with Quartet AFC-not my cup od tea-too flexy on super agressive topspin shots-too stiff on slow topspin shots-good for blocking.
    -high Long throw- creative pressure from blades IT feels like rubber have better grip.
    Player Tim or someone from you guys
    DO you try Quartet VFC or LFC?

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    #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Player Tim
    The swat power is just faster nothing much. Push is about the same. The only difference is really the speed. Swat is for more about learning how to attack properly close to table and Swat power is where you know how and can be a god close to table. So for those in the 1000-1700s Swat is good. Swat power is more directed to those in the upper 1900s-2000+ /
    Firefall LC
    Speed: Off-Off+
    Feeling: Medium Hard along with some softness.
    Its good if you are a counter driver who rely on some loops. It's been awhile since I have played with it so I can't really remember much. It was a time where I was looking for a 'perfect' match for me.

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    #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Konrad Bak

    Do you Play Quartet LFC

    I don't play with Quartet LFC, but I did try it.
    Short review on it

    Quartet LFC
    Speed: Off- to Off
    Feeling: Soft like Viscaria
    It plays well if you are trying to learn backhand topspin, but have a nice forehand loop. It is very balanced. I recommend medium to hard rubbers on it. For example MXS, Dignics 64, 80,09c, Tenergy 80, Tibhar 5Q, and Bluefire m1.

    Let me know if you need anymore info.

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    very interesting, i would love to have tsp swat and tsp super ventus rubber for FH


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    #85
    Quote Originally Posted by Player Tim

    I don't play with Quartet LFC, but I did try it.
    Short review on it

    Quartet LFC
    Speed: Off- to Off
    Feeling: Soft like Viscaria
    It plays well if you are trying to learn backhand topspin, but have a nice forehand loop. It is very balanced. I recommend medium to hard rubbers on it. For example MXS, Dignics 64, 80,09c, Tenergy 80, Tibhar 5Q, and Bluefire m1.

    Let me know if you need anymore info.
    Yeah thank you, I must find your opinion about Quartet vfc, but your opinion is very important for ej like me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konrad Bak
    Yeah thank you, I must find your opinion about Quartet vfc, but your opinion is very important for ej like me

    Quartet VFC
    Speed: Off- Off+: more like off though
    Feeling: Soft-Medium
    Pros: its actually one of the best blades for counter looping near the table tbh. The V carbon(aka ZlC) is helps you gain power, when you brush the ball extremely well. The fleece carbon is what gives the safety over the table. Similar like Swat Power. The kick after spinning the ball be like wow.
    Cons: really light (I prefer heavy blades). Also being a fast blade, I did see you have to be very technical with the blade.
    Summary: I recommend using grip type rubbers on the blade. Hardness doesn't really matter. The higher your level is harder sponge? and vice versa. When you spin the ball the kick in it is like what the heck. It's a very good blade for those that counter loop near the table and play a smart receive play. I play in the U. S and in terms of rating level. I think to use this you need to be in the 1850s-2300 level. The reason I don't use it is that the Niwa Wood is more balanced imo, but imagine Niwa Wood or Swat Power with better spin potential. Speed is bit slower.
    Hope this helps.


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    #87
    Quote Originally Posted by Player Tim

    Quartet VFC
    Speed: Off- Off+: more like off though
    Feeling: Soft-Medium
    Pros: its actually one of the best blades for counter looping near the table tbh. The V carbon(aka ZlC) is helps you gain power, when you brush the ball extremely well. The fleece carbon is what gives the safety over the table. Similar like Swat Power. The kick after spinning the ball be like wow.
    Cons: really light (I prefer heavy blades). Also being a fast blade, I did see you have to be very technical with the blade.
    Summary: I recommend using grip type rubbers on the blade. Hardness doesn't really matter. The higher your level is harder sponge? and vice versa. When you spin the ball the kick in it is like what the heck. It's a very good blade for those that counter loop near the table and play a smart receive play. I play in the U. S and in terms of rating level. I think to use this you need to be in the 1850s-2300 level. The reason I don't use it is that the Niwa Wood is more balanced imo, but imagine Niwa Wood or Swat Power with better spin potential. Speed is bit slower.
    Hope this helps.

    Summary by myself:
    Victas Quartet LFC is great you can put pressure on the ball and IT is faster than I thought, IT is more empty blade I dont say no feeling blade, specific tok sound.First gear is short in terms of trajectory. Offensive and allround
    Victas Quartet VFC is great and I had slow version or for me IT was slower than I thought+Everything what you said is perfect and your short reviews are the best advertisement.

    VFC Has something unique because more pressure = more feeling, harder rubbers didnt lack of powerYou cant generate the highest spin on serve but ball is bouncing very low with aggressive trajectoryThe backhand side is more stiff but everything except looping third ball is Perfect. You didnt get everything
    Victas Q VFC is OFF and It is suited for aggressive Play.

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