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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2012, 17:06 
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after testing out Rakza 7 soft and not satisfied with the spin I'm producing (because I loop pretty hard). so chinese rubbers it is.
any ideas, not much info out there.

I'm thinking:
Hurricane 3 Neo (too inconsistent?)
Juic 999 Turbo (iunno?)
Globe 999 Nat (heard it's too slow)

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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2012, 18:09 
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I would definitely recommend JUIC 999 turbo out of those, if you want more spin. I plays well out of the packet, gets a little softer and spinnier over time (if you look after it), it's quite durable and the spinniest rubber I've ever played with.

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cool just checking cause tabletennisstore.us has the lp, blade and that rubber in stock :rock:

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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2012, 18:39 
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Just tried Gambler Outlaw this past few days and I believe this is the most awesome Chinese rubber ever (IMHO)!
A whole lot better than my 729s: Super FX, SuperSoft, Cream Transcend, RITC 2000 Tack Speed. I like it better than LKT Torrent, Hurricane 3.

It is very grippy, faster than any of the rubbers mentioned above, except H3. It does every department very well. Control is good, comparable to a Sriver. The only cons I can think of is that It does not look durable. The sponge is very soft and care must be taken in cutting and sticking it to the blade. I don't know how long it will last but I am enjoying it while its stuck to my alternate bat. I am thinking of using it as my primary weapon on my FH. It is really cool for my BH with my spinny loop spin kills against underspin streaking like hell. The only reason I don't use it on BH because of my Mark V which suit my BH better. Outlaw is probably the best chinese rubber I've had so far. (I use an Allround wooden blade, will be trying it on an OFF blade)

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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2012, 19:02 
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for me its H3 neo, have not tried the juic 999 but the globe 999 is slower than h3 and the national globe 999 has a very hard sponge that is meant to be speed glued


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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2012, 19:36 
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haggisv wrote:
I would definitely recommend JUIC 999 turbo out of those, if you want more spin. I plays well out of the packet, gets a little softer and spinnier over time (if you look after it), it's quite durable and the spinniest rubber I've ever played with.

I currently have love for Palio Thor's, but am interested to hear why Haggisv switched to Juic 999 Turbo?

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aznfluteboy, I watched your newer videos, you are coming along nicely. I have just a couple of recommendations for you. Firstly you need to get out of the bad habit of chopping like you are using long pips, I can't stress enough how much you need to learn a good topspin backhand stroke.

Just concentrate on getting that up to the same level as your forehand before you worry about anything else, you could also do with a slower blade. The Rakza soft seems to be working well, I can hear it click so it's in about the right range of softness for the power you are making right now. Spend your rubber money on a good blade and then practice your backhand :up:

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Palio Thor's is my rubber of choice, my forehand is more powerful than ever with it, and it's given my serves a huge boost too.

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@foam: again, it's not my setup :P my friend for some unknown reason decided to use the ma lin carbon (which I absolutely hate), plus if you looked at my 1st post, it's easy to use but not really deadly in any aspect.

@knuckle ball: yeaaah... durability is kinda the thing I'm looking for so...

@fish, dwruck, and haggisv: so palio thors v juic 999 turbo

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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2012, 16:48 
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hmmm... so I have narrowed down my choices down to:

H3 Neo Prov (unless MTAG sells the fake ver): it's a classic :P
Juic 999 Turbo: seems promising, but need more info like, is it the traditional Chinese style?
Palio Thor's
and I should add Grip-S europe/ BWII

honestly what ever has really good spin + spin retention and has a crisp feel when looping is good enough

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PostPosted: 27 Feb 2012, 14:53 
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so which of my current prospects has the longest tack/spin retention?

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For your level, I would recommend Dawei Super Power 2008 XP. A fantastic rubber for the price. Certainly good enough to get you up to 2000 rating

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just narrowed my picks down to 2:

Blue Whale II red sponge medium tuned/untuned
Plaio Thor's

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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2012, 14:27 
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when a chinese rubber package says medium and you don't plan on gluing or boosting, it is going to feel like a ROCK compared to your current rubbers...

if you can get a hold of haifu whale II soft that should be fine if you don't intend to glue.

palio thors is good....but you have to have a SUPER hard swing to get past the soft topsheet and deep into the very hardsponge

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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2012, 14:38 
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Haggis how heavy is that 999 Turbo?

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