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    The Tibhar Stratus Power wood is rated the same as the DHS301, but I think they don't react the same: the H301 is hard, with a koto outer layer and inner ALC, that typical chinese blade to be paired with chinese tacky rubbers. I've been using the Yinhe clone although it was the aramid-carbon version, it's only for chinese physical style of play, it's indeed perfect when you loop and counter-loop far from the table with boosted H3, but it's damn exhausting !

    The Tibhar SPW being a 5 ply limba-limba-ayous classic kind of blade, it is more flexible, more controlable. I've tried one and indeed with mid soft ESN rubbers it does the job, that might be nice with some Butterfly Rozena too...

    EDIT: Yihne 970XX-K it is, K for kevlar, commercial name for aramid so. They make the 970XX-A that is the ALC version.
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    How about Tibhar E. Lebesson ?

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    #23

    You can also look for Andro Gauzy SL OFF

    FH: Nittaku Fastarc G1 2.0 mm
    BH: TIBHAR EL-P 2.0 mm
    Blade: XIOM Hugo CALDERANO HAL -FL

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by shat1478
    How about Tibhar E. Lebesson ?

    This is an under-rated blade. It is an excellent blade. If you like the Old Samsonov Alpha, then you will like it. Compared to the new Samsonov Alpha (blue handle), Lebesson is more similar to the old Samsonov Alpha (grey handle) with bigger head.


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    How about Malin soft carbon ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shat1478
    How about Malin soft carbon ?

    Yasaka Malin Soft Carbon (MLSC) is basically Yasaka Sweden Extra (same composition) with thin carbon next to the core. If you are used to hard carbon blade, you will hate MLSC because it behaves more like wood blade. It is even quite flexible, considering it is a carbon blade.

    Speed wise, if Yasaka Sweden Extra is ALL+, then I would consider MLSC to be OFF- only.


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    Very flexible 5 ply blade do not only have advantages. It's slow, it vibrates a lot and it's bad in block for example.
    I just did a season with the Yasaka Sweden Extra and I'm switching to the Sanwei Fextra 7 ply (better than PG7 for the same price).

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