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PostPosted: 25 Aug 2017, 23:37 
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Oh ! I didn't mean to pester you Debater! :lol: Though I guess I was :P Dint intend it that way :-) I always love going back and rewatching your videos comparing different rubbers static testing and "user"/player real-world testing :-) Any videos you post I find most interesting. I know a LOT of guys with whom we watched your videos and discussed :-D Truly appreciate and commend your efforts ! Keep at it! :-) :up:

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PostPosted: 31 Dec 2017, 10:30 
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Blade: Infinity, TSP Balsa 6.5
FH: Tenergy 05fx
BH: Palio CK531a 0.6mm
I have just started using the TSP balsa 6.5 as I switched to lp about 5 weeks ago.
Here's the thing, I attack very well with lp (Palio CK531a, 0.6mm) on my backhand but the fh feels disgusting, its so flat and smacky.

Is there any blade in the world that would have the sharp bouncy balsa feel for bh hits with lp and more of an all wood fell on fh for at least half decent looping?

I am just about to glue half of a stiga infinity to a TSP balsa 3.5 and hope it does not ruin both sides too much.

Haggis you are the sage of lp and blades, any help. Its driving me nuts?!?!?


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PostPosted: 31 Dec 2017, 16:58 
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MOG1111 wrote:
I have just started using the TSP balsa 6.5 as I switched to lp about 5 weeks ago.
Here's the thing, I attack very well with lp (Palio CK531a, 0.6mm) on my backhand but the fh feels disgusting, its so flat and smacky.

Is there any blade in the world that would have the sharp bouncy balsa feel for bh hits with lp and more of an all wood fell on fh for at least half decent looping?

I am just about to glue half of a stiga infinity to a TSP balsa 3.5 and hope it does not ruin both sides too much.


Dude! That sounds crazy ! :rofl:

What I find with TSP balsa blades with glass-fibre top-ply, is that the blade top-ply is too hard. You need really really hard rubbers with slower speed gears and high spin gears. Only then does it give a good feel for the ball. Instead of composite balsa blades, I went with all wood balsa blade and it has worked out really well. TSP Versal feels really great and still gives that balsa kick close and mid table and even far away from the table the speed and kick performs reasonably well enough.

There are plenty of Combo-blades, from Dr. Neubauer and Re-Impact and some Yinhe T-9 ,etc

Why you want to ruin existing blades ? Just post to re-sell the blades, and go buy a combi blade !

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Backup C-pen blades:
  • TSP Black Balsa 7.0 :
    1. FH/BH-729OEM/729SuperFX
    2. FH/BH-STN
  • 729 Bomb : FH/BH-YRD/T5QS
  • DHS PowerG-9 : FH/BH-729SuperFX
  • Stag Balsa Koto : FH/BH-YRD/YR9
Fun blades:
  • Yasaka Battle Balsa(ST) : FH/BH-YSD
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PostPosted: 03 Jan 2018, 08:05 
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Blade: TSP 5.0
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BH: Keilar 1.8
I have found the same issue of the fibre layer being too hard on the latest TSP 4.5 and 5.0 blades. Ok with 2.0mm medium firm sponge rubbers such as Xiom Musa/Spinlord Tiger but go down to thinner sponge inverted or pips out and the fibre layer seems to give a very hard feel with poor dwell and thus touch.

For example I found that Keiler 1.2mm and Musa 1.5mm both were not good on the above TSP blades but on my recently acquired and slightly cut down firewall plus which has a thick balsa core and two wood outer Plies, seem to play much better.

A very old TSP 6.5 I used for a while although fast, seemed more in balance between balsa and fibre with better touch.


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