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 Post subject: Re: 802-40 issues
PostPosted: 16 Jul 2014, 11:08 
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Blade: BTY Grubba ALL /old model
FH: Victas V>01 Limber 2.0
BH: Spectol 21 - 1.8mm
Thanks Knuckle Ball for the info.

Just got a sheet of 802 in 1.5mm that I am planning to use for chopping on BH.
It seems slightly less spinny than 802-40 but it's probably a good thing for modern defense... although coming from 2 inverted rubbers, sensitivity is not too much a concern.

With the 35 deg soft sponge, it looks like decent spin variation is quite possible.

I will test it tomorrow...

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