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 Post subject: Weird blade behavior?
PostPosted: 31 Mar 2018, 05:51 
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Hello,

Last night, I was practicing against a friend and I started with a some old blade(armstrong level super carbon) with a t88-1 and a 729 804 on it, and I couldn't get the ball over the net with any stroke but a chop. The balls were always too slow. The t88-1 was perfectly fine though, could the frame be broken for only one side? Why would I be able to chop perfectly fine with that though?

Or is the 729 804 just extremely slow, even though being one of the faster antis? I've played with tackiness-c and giant dragon submarine and it came nowhere near this level of slowness.

I'm interested in the answer because I would like to experiment with the 804, but if it's like this I doubt it's a good idea without a lot of practice.


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