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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2018, 16:59 
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Blade: Tsp Black Balsa 3.0
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Just to add I like that the ox pips are less affected by forehand rubber choice compared to other thin allwood blades I have ie Defplay/allround classic,the boosted Tenergy goes like a rocket but the pips are still really slow,I'm guessing that the fibreglass allows this

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dazzler wrote:
Recommend TSP Black Balsa 3.0 this works at a strong level.Current No 1 in Leeds top division averages using this with red d-tecs ox,he told me the spin reversal is massive when chop blocking.I am using this myself but not with De-Tecs and compared to the Defplay the control is better and the spin reversal is accenuated with ox rubbers(thin sponged lp`s also)and you can block shorter,it is also better for ox chopping,my results have improved compared to the Defplay

damn-ive got the opportunity to buy a second hand one-another blade :headbang: :up: :rock: :devil: :cash: :D ;)


Would like to get my hands on a BB 3.00 if there is one going to use with short/medium pips on B/H and inverted on FH. The hard feel and lack of balsa bounce or too much speed makes it good for defensive SP play such as chop blocking as well as attacking. One has to hit harder into the ball which creates more pips effect.


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ChasFox wrote:
peterpong wrote:
dazzler wrote:
Recommend TSP Black Balsa 3.0 this works at a strong level.Current No 1 in Leeds top division averages using this with red d-tecs ox,he told me the spin reversal is massive when chop blocking.I am using this myself but not with De-Tecs and compared to the Defplay the control is better and the spin reversal is accenuated with ox rubbers(thin sponged lp`s also)and you can block shorter,it is also better for ox chopping,my results have improved compared to the Defplay

damn-ive got the opportunity to buy a second hand one-another blade :headbang: :up: :rock: :devil: :cash: :D ;)


Would like to get my hands on a BB 3.00 if there is one going to use with short/medium pips on B/H and inverted on FH. The hard feel and lack of balsa bounce or too much speed makes it good for defensive SP play such as chop blocking as well as attacking. One has to hit harder into the ball which creates more pips effect.


ill let you know if i buy it mate.if its not for me i can sell it or trade some stuff with you


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Thanks Peter I am still on the hunt for similar blades to what you like using


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ChasFox wrote:
Thanks Peter I am still on the hunt for similar blades to what you like using

i think ive found perfection in the cut down defplay and the dead anti but we always push futher . :lol:


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