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PostPosted: 14 Dec 2011, 21:09 
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Is it me or is Feint Long II extremely sensitive to spin? Im currently playing it with 1.3 sponge, and long distance chops are easy as they can be but I fell the reversal is weak, I was using Talon OX and when practicing with my partner thats a left handed looper around the 2100s he really had to dig the ball out and had to work hard, with FLII we could be in a rally easy for over 30 strokes I guess I have to start looking around for a suitable replacement. So I need your help guys ill list the pros and cons and suggestions with sponge are welcomed

FLII Pros
-Easy to attack with
- Chop is super easy even on high velocity loops

FL II Cons

-Sensitive to spin (At least to me)
- Extreme High arc on the table blocks or emergency blocks
-Backspin is non existent


So there is my opinion so what you guys think suggestions are always welcomed, whats important to me is Chop, Reversal and some on the table block and non sensitive to spin, attaking with it is not important to me. And Price isisnt a problem so ill be waiting with your suggestions and comments.

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sponge adds a lot of sensitivity to spin.. In OX, Feint LONG II is not all that sensitive to spin.

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To the OP: You can chop harder with FL II w/ 1.3mm sponge than Talon ox, but you must execute a full chopping stroke like Joo SH or Chen WX. When done this way FL II has lots of spin. If you prefer to chop lightly (or chop-block) and let spin reversal do most the work, Talon ox and Dtecs ox are unbeatable.


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roundrobin wrote:
To the OP: You can chop harder with FL II w/ 1.3mm sponge than Talon ox, but you must execute a full chopping stroke like Joo SH or Chen WX. When done this way FL II has lots of spin. If you prefer to chop lightly (or chop-block) and let spin reversal do most the work, Talon ox and Dtecs ox are unbeatable.


You are absolutly right about this round last night while practicing I noticed that to chop I had to perform a full chop stroke thats why I changed to sponge cause with OX I was already performing this technique, Im satisfied with the spin reversal part now I still find it super sensitive to spin, I did play some time ago with Old Dtechs with 1,6 sponge and I didint find it as sensitve as FLII Ive also played with P1R with 1.5 sponge and its also quite spin insensitive I guess Ill have to revisit P1R or Dtecs again. Thanks guys

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