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PostPosted: 27 Aug 2015, 05:34 
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Yes Xiom rubbers are all Tensor rubbers i think..

Sorry guys, i havent found time to update yet. Silly me, I started planning how to do it. But before i had finished the planning part i had too much at work and since then its been hectic here. So if there is someone else who wants to do it, feel free to kick me off the job. Im good at planning, but a bit too meticulous, and seldom manage to do all i have planned. :?:

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Even Banana (Musa)? :lol:

To answer my own question (I was curious, made me look it up) - No.

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As you can see - no Tensor logo, even though there is a BIOS logo (which means... what? Fourth Generation non-Tensor?? I didn't even think that was possible.. :lol: ). There is also a "Physi Elasto" logo. And the writeup says it does NOT have the "Tension Effect". Compare to some other XIOM products:

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All of these have the Tensor logo. (What's "Life Time +"? :lol: ) And "Hyper Elasto" as well. As opposed to just Physi Elasto.

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PostPosted: 07 Sep 2015, 06:20 
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Ah, indeed, Musa. "Fourth generation non-Tensor" Lol :lol:

They probably make a normal Vega rubber and deboosts it a little bit and spray a tiny bit of harmful substance on the topsheet to make it lifetime S(tandard) to have a cheaper alternative ;)

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Hello:)

What about Calibra LT?
which hardness and gen. is that?


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PostPosted: 20 Jul 2016, 20:41 
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Dont think the Calibras are Tensor, mate. Made in Japan i think. Medium-hard, there is other hardnesses too.

Think the newest Stiga rubbers are ESN Tensor, are they?

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Dont think the Calibras are Tensor, mate. Made in Japan i think. Medium-hard, there is other hardnesses too.

Think the newest Stiga rubbers are ESN Tensor, are they?


Correct, Calibras aren't tensors.

The newest Stiga rubbers aren't tensors either. Genesis is chinese, Mantra is japanese.


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Oki, thanks :)

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Found a few omissions. Palio has several more Tensors:

Thor's

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Blit'z (who comes up with these names? This and "Thor's" sound hip-hoppish.)

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Aeolus (this is bloody expensive - I can get Tenergy for that price. Is 45 degrees hard or soft on the Tensor scale?)

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The BIGGEST omission, though - none of the six Rasants are listed!!!!

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Hi Isk

Thor's is Sticky Tensor.

Blitz is 5G Tensor.

Aelous is 7G Tensor.

45 degrees is Medium-hard.

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5G? 7G??? That's fifth and seventh generation?? Wow.. I only thought it went up to four generations (with the BIOS badge).
In any case, they need adding..

What generation is Rasant Turbo?

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Im not sure, but i would guess 6th..

I made some small updates to the first post. But i dont feel like i want to mess with the list since i usually dont know which gens they are. I rather feel like adding to Haggis's list with hardness. I think that if we put them there in order of release, one can guess roughly which generation they are.

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