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PostPosted: 15 May 2014, 13:18 
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Palio Tensors are made by ESN, so they're definitely on the German scale, whereas their other rubbers are on Chinese scale. Confusing indeed!

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Ah.. You've added Rasant to the list.

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PostPosted: 02 Jun 2014, 17:04 
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Yes I'll keep adding, so please keep them coming, so that we can complete the list! :up:

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Just curious - do all ESN Tensors have the big pores of the Rasant sponge or is it just Rasant?

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PostPosted: 14 Jul 2014, 23:52 
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Not all ESN Tensors are having big pores, as you can see with Donic Desto F1, F2 and F3 for example. But most of the new ESN Tensors like Tibhar Evolution and Donic Bluefire do have big pores.

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would appreciate if someone has data for these rubbers:

Tibhar 1Q Sound
Tibhar 5Q
Tibhar 5Q Sound

Donic Bluefire JP01
Donic Bluefire JP03

Nittaku Fastarc C-1
Nittaku Fastarc G-1
Nittaku Fastarc S-1

Andro Rasant Grip
Andro Rasant PowerGrip

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Hello friends, and butterfly tenergy. It's will be easy to compare with other rubbers. Thank you.


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I'm trying to sort out all of the Rasants

still need Grip, Powergrip, and Beat

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the_theologian wrote:
I'm trying to sort out all of the Rasants

still need Grip, Powergrip, and Beat


Rasant Powergrip is reportedly 50deg, and Grip is 45deg

Still need Beat.

I won't be suprised if it's 37.5... (edited to remove my misgiving that Acuda P3 has 37.5... it's 40)

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Indeed, Rasant Beat is 37.5deg

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P3 is 40 degrees though.


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AndySmith wrote:
P3 is 40 degrees though.


oops, I was thinking it was the same as regular Acuda S3

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MX-P 45.7-47.7
EL-P 42.4-44.4
FX-P 39.1-41.1
MX-S 46.3-48.3

(thanks to zeio for finding these at http://evolution.tibhar.com/index_en.html)

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I thought I would list the rubbers in groups of hardness. All of these rubbers come from the same factory and as you can see there is really only 6 different sponges used increasing in hardness by 2.5 degree's. I wonder how many/if not all of the rubbers listed in each seperate category are the same.
47.5
ANDRO
Hexer+ 47.5
Hexer 47.5
Hexer HD 47.5
Rasant turbo 47.5
DONIC
Acuda S1 47.5
Bluefire M1 47.5
JOOLA
Express One 47.5
Rhyzm 47.5

PALIO
Blit'z 47.5
Macro Era 47.5
TIBHAR
Tibhar Aurus 47.5
Tibhar Genius 47.5
XIOM
Omega 2 Asia 47.5
Omega 3 Asia 47.5
Omega IV Pro- 47.5
Omega IV Asia 47.5
Zeta Asia 47.5
Vega Pro 47.5
Vega Asia 47.5
STIGA
Sigma I Europe 47.5
Sigma I Pro 47.5
Sigma II Pro 47.5
Omega V Pro 47.5
Omega V Tour 47.5

45
ANDRO
Rasant 45

DONIC
Bluefire M2 45

JOOLA
Maxxx 450 45
Phenix 45
Tango Extrem 45

PALIO
Macro 45

TIBHAR
Tibhar 1Q 45

XIOM
Omega 1 Asia 45
Omega 3 Europe 45
Zeta Europe 45
Viga Japan 45

STIGA
Sigma II Europe   45

42.5
ANDRO
Hexer duro 42.5

DONIC
Acuda S2 42.5
Baracuda 42.5

JOOLA
Energy Green Power 42.5
Express Two 42.5
Rhyzm 425 42.5

PALIO
Blit'z 42.5
Macro Era 42.5

TIBHAR
Tibhar Aurus Soft 42.5

XIOM
Omega IV Europe 42.5
Vega Europe 42.5

40
ANDRO
Rasant powersponge 40
Pilot Advance 40

DONIC
Bluefire M3 40

JOOLA
Maxxx 400 40
X-plode Sensitive 40

XIOM
Omega 2 Europe 40
Omega IV Elite 40
Yanus-DF 40
Vega Elite 40

37.5
ANDRO
Hexer powersponge 37.5

DONIC
Acuda S3 37.5

JOOLA
Energy X-tra 37.5
Rhyzm 375 37.5

TIBHAR
Tibhar Genius Sound 37.5
Tibhar Genius+O S 37.5

35

ANDRO
Pilot Power 35

DONIC
Vario bigslam 35

JOOLA
Energy X-soft 35

TIBHAR
Tibhar Aurus Sound 35

XIOM
Omega 1 Europe 35


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Great job. Is this scale different to the Chinese scale eg is the palio CJ8000 36-38 degrees the same hardness as your 37.5 tensors?

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