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PostPosted: 19 Aug 2018, 11:02 
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Ive used long pips for a couple years and what I like about them is the spin reversal. A club I am playing at now does not have much space to chop, and I am wondering if I can switch to medium pips to make better use of my backhand rubber. I would like a medium pip that can give me a little more offense than a long pip but one that I can still chop with similar feel to a long pip if I need to.
From what I know medium pips are kind of in between a long pip and short pip. I would like something more like longpip than short pip I believe.

Can anyone help with some suggestions of medium pip? Right now I use the palio ck53a1 that has .4-.6 sponge, and have the bty joo se hyuk blade. Maybe I should switch to another long pip? Or a medium pip?

Thanks :)


PostPosted: 19 Aug 2018, 12:50 
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Blade: Innershield ZLF
FH: Chop-City!
BH: Curl P-4 OX
Doesn't really exist... best bet is something like curl p4, feint long 3, or feint soft. Those are grippy, but essentially zero reversal.

The thing that gives LP that "chopping feel" is exactly what the more grippy MP would remove.

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Backhand: Curl p-4 OX

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Blade: dr neubauer firewall +
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BH: Dr. Neubauer Agressor 1.3
agressor has a lot of reversal and can attack.

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