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    Good rubber for Viscaria BH

    Hello, could you recommend a good rubber for my BH, my wood is Butterfly viscaria, right now I use Donic bluestorm z1 turbo and I don't like it because it seems that it doesn't grip the ball well and the ball goes high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Meira
    Hello, could you recommend a good rubber for my BH, my wood is Butterfly viscaria, right now I use Donic bluestorm z1 turbo and I don't like it because it seems that it doesn't grip the ball well and the ball goes high.

    Viscaria goes well with a wide range of rubbers. Depending on your level and style, literally any inverted rubber can go well.

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    doesn't grip the ball and the ball goes high?

    Is it too bouncy for you to control?
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    I saw top level players with H8-37 degree sponge on backhand
    H3 37 degree
    H3 Neo 37 degree.. Provincial version is one of popular choices because durability of rubber is nice
    Joola Dynaryz CMD Purple, I heard info about CMD that is allround rubber so if you choose allround blade with allround rubber= that's good choice
    Rasanter R42 (I am not fan of Rasanter series so hard to judge)
    TIbhar Evolution ELP (mixed feelings)
    Xiom Omega VII Pro
    Butterfly Bluestorm AM PRO
    Nittaku Fastarc C1
    whatever you choose it depends from money and time and of course of distribution in your country. I like 42-45 degree sponge on backhand but I put 47 degree sponge rubbers too.
    For me backhand rubbers are the most problematic so it is hard to judge what will be the best for you I even change my game style for SP, Rakza PO is my dream rubber because it plays like Tenergy if we talk about speed and it is not spin sensitive like Sriver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konrad Bak
    , Rakza PO is my dream rubber because it plays like Tenergy if we talk about speed and it is not spin sensitive like Sriver.

    Rakza PO and Tenergy? that's the first

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    speed is similar, big difference.

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    Neubauer Super Block... end of story.

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    I also have the same problem with BH rubbers before, the best ones i play with now but that can be subjective are T05FX and Rakza 7 soft, i tried T80 but it was a bit speedy and less control for me than other rubbers, now i am still thinking about that BH rubber also for my Long 5X which is a fast blade like Viscaria more or less, means i need a rubber with less bouncy for me but has enough speed if needed.

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    Not sure what your style or level is but I’ve enjoyed D05 and D80 but also Rasanter R48 and T05 - Viscaria works with most things well in my experience.

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    If you have to ask....

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    Viscaria is quite versatile and forgiving in a sense that any rubber would be good on it. Chinese tacky rubber, or europe and japanese tensor rubber.
    Seems like based on your comment, z1 turbo might be too hard for your BH. Too hard, if you not executing enough power and skills, it might not grip the surface and with wrong angle (too open, or sometimes even with good practice, ones can keep the ball on the table with open angle racket) it can fly off the table.
    So my advice, better choose more slower/softer rubber.


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    Quote Originally Posted by urbanzakapa

    Viscaria is quite versatile and forgiving in a sense that any rubber would be good on it. Chinese tacky rubber, or europe and japanese tensor rubber.
    Seems like based on your comment, z1 turbo might be too hard for your BH. Too hard, if you not executing enough power and skills, it might not grip the surface and with wrong angle (too open, or sometimes even with good practice, ones can keep the ball on the table with open angle racket) it can fly off the table.
    So my advice, better choose more slower/softer rubber.

    Hi fellow countryman / woman,

    Apa khabar? Semoga segalanya sihat.

    ( How are you? Hope all is well )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gozo
    Hi fellow countryman / woman,

    Apa khabar? Semoga segalanya sihat.

    ( How are you? Hope all is well )

    hey there!

    all is well. Haha.

    Custom made bat? wow. By Cikgu John?

    Que?

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