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    my Fextras are 91g
    i have 3
    one of them has darker outer than others

    definitely stiffer than SK7
    different to clipper, clipper always feels slow and stiff to me
    always felt the same about force pro black
    but i think i might like force pro black if i tried it again now

    I think its faster than all 3 TBH, but i think the topspin is better than clipper and force pro black, but only if you are play with excellent technique
    it is very bouncy and hard to control on fat man blocks, when you get caught and just block etc on fh

    i think it is a bat you can only use when you are playing and training a lot as its not forgiving, but when I play well with it I do play pretty well.

    personally I think the answer is MX-P in 2.0mm
    although I also think the szocs 1 might be the answer

    I cant tell you my biggest frustration with fextra, because I do not want the whole of England to know my achilles heel with it.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by MOG
    my Fextras are 91g
    i have 3
    one of them has darker outer than others

    definitely stiffer than SK7
    different to clipper, clipper always feels slow and stiff to me
    always felt the same about force pro black
    but i think i might like force pro black if i tried it again now

    I think its faster than all 3 TBH, but i think the topspin is better than clipper and force pro black, but only if you are play with excellent technique
    it is very bouncy and hard to control on fat man blocks, when you get caught and just block etc on fh

    i think it is a bat you can only use when you are playing and training a lot as its not forgiving, but when I play well with it I do play pretty well.

    personally I think the answer is MX-P in 2.0mm
    although I also think the szocs 1 might be the answer

    I cant tell you my biggest frustration with fextra, because I do not want the whole of England to know my achilles heel with it.


    It's OK, I'm not in England anymore. You can tell.


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    #23
    Buy cheaper rubber and use the rest for coaching instead. Will give you more value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasta


    It's OK, I'm not in England anymore. You can tell.

    Lasta I feel like someone from England or Wales might see the post though! Can't risk it!


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    #25
    The short answer to the topic is yes.
    Ditto spending money on good training.
    I wish people would stop talking about dwell time which is something they really no nothing about.
    I could ask a few questions that would separate those that really know from the BSers.

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