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    Need opinions for NEW BACKHAND RUBBER

    I'm looking for a new backhand rubber and i don't know what to choose...
    I'm hesitating between some rubbers but maybe you guys can give me some advice about good rubbers.
    -It must be soft or medium
    -easy to execute an opening loop against backspin
    -No tenergy because i'm not rich
    -1.8 mm or max 1.9 mm because I play with a hard bat ( Clipper )

    I have some rubbers in mind : rakza 7 soft, acuda s3 or s2, tibhar genius or grip s europe soft?

    Please help

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    Im currently using Acuda S2 and S3
    compare with R7 soft, Acuda lack the arc, spin, i guess
    so i recommend R7soft

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    Hey mate!

    I find Rakza 7 soft vary easy to open with and it's softer than Acuda S2. Just tried the new Andro Rasant and it is soft as well Fast as Hexer HD and with bonus feature ... green sponge :-) Andro recommend them selves this rubber for backhand. If i hadn't changed rubber recently I would pick this.
    Spare setup: Blade: Custom DHS W968 93.5g, FH: Hurricane 3 National BS (Black), BH: Tenergy 64 (Red)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giangt
    Hey mate!

    I find Rakza 7 soft vary easy to open with and it's softer than Acuda S2. Just tried the new Andro Rasant and it is soft as well Fast as Hexer HD and with bonus feature ... green sponge :-) Andro recommend them selves this rubber for backhand. If i hadn't changed rubber recently I would pick this.
    yeah i read about this rubber and it seems awesome but i thought it was to fast... but in 1.7 or 1.9 mm?

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    if u worried, try thin one...
    dont u have one already? on ur red side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpnox
    yeah i read about this rubber and it seems awesome but i thought it was to fast... but in 1.7 or 1.9 mm?
    If you want more control 1.9 would be a good choice :-) not too fast I reckon...
    Spare setup: Blade: Custom DHS W968 93.5g, FH: Hurricane 3 National BS (Black), BH: Tenergy 64 (Red)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giangt
    If you want more control 1.9 would be a good choice :-) not too fast I reckon...
    how hard is it? in degrees?

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    lower than 35 degrees, rakza 7 soft is a great backhand rubber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekho
    lower than 35 degrees, rakza 7 soft is a great backhand rubber.
    Yeah, it is but is it better than Rasant?

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    yes but u should try rakza 7, more power, a good forehand and backhand rubber.

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    I prefer control than power...

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    as ur skill level gets better, u may prefer something faster

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    true, my backhand is decent but not consistent enough, that's why I want to stay with 1.8mm and develop speed and consistancy...
    I need a rubber with much spin, not to fast, good control and high arc...
    I've read that baracuda is good for BH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpnox
    how hard is it? in degrees?
    I only know it's medium hard, but physically it feel a bit softer than a Tenergy 05, but when playing I feel that it generates more spin than T05.
    Spare setup: Blade: Custom DHS W968 93.5g, FH: Hurricane 3 National BS (Black), BH: Tenergy 64 (Red)

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    I prefer acuda s3, good control and much spin
    The spin is amazing much more as normaly rubbers

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    rakza 7 soft is a very good BH rubber spin is high, speed is enough and control is also high, but 1 thing i didnt like about it is its durability, 2 months of use and the bounce is diminished and chips of the edges, still playable though, s3 is also good but i prefer the feel of rakza 7 soft. just my opinion though

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    Don't overlook the rubbers Xiom has put out. Vega Europe or Elite might be really good for what you are looking for and it is quite reasonably priced. Omega IV Europe or Omega IV Elite also.

    Europe is medium-soft. Elite is softer. Both play very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl
    Don't overlook the rubbers Xiom has put out. Vega Europe or Elite might be really good for what you are looking for and it is quite reasonably priced. Omega IV Europe or Omega IV Elite also.

    Europe is medium-soft. Elite is softer. Both play very well.
    Yeah but they are only in 2.0 mm

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