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PostPosted: 28 Sep 2014, 11:58 
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This SP is designed and advised by Olympic Champion Chen Longcan. Also, it is accepted by some professional team players. It is suitable for glue banned and new ball.
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A nice looking red sponge. :up:

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PostPosted: 28 Sep 2014, 14:23 
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now, some new rubbers use red sponge like DHS 3-50 and haifu.


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This pips looks very similar to Friendship 802-40. Maybe the Sword has pips that are slightly further apart than the 802-40, so probably the Sword is not as grippy as the 802-40, possibly it is between 802 and 802-40 for grip.


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PostPosted: 28 Sep 2014, 16:27 
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Is a high elasticity sponge that useful for a SP, especially since pip players can use a harder blade? I mean, you can only hit at fraction the contact speed of a loop if landing on the table is a concern.


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Longcan is a combination between Cynlinder and Ladder shape. 802-40 and 802 are ladder shape.

the red sponge is not quite elastic without tensor effect. the control is good. suggest using either a hard carbon blade or booster to compensate the power.


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Is it my imagination or is that large pore sponge?

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Is this rubber available on market now? Where can I buy it?

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PostPosted: 05 Oct 2014, 00:37 
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iskandar taib wrote:
Is it my imagination or is that large pore sponge?

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yes, it is large pore sponge but not large as those like donic bluefire.


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Tokieboi wrote:
Is this rubber available on market now? Where can I buy it?

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it is available in China. u can buy in Taobao.


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PostPosted: 06 Oct 2014, 02:38 
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Thank you for your info. Too bad I can't read Chinese, and it looks like Taobao doesn't accept Paypal. Guess I have to pass this one.


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if longcan is factory-tuned like haifu, both ball touch and speed are better.


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