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PostPosted: 10 Jun 2018, 05:53 
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Folks,
I’m coming back from a vacation on Monday, and trying to decide how to pair up my new rubbers. I just received a pair of Rakza 7s and a pair of Vega Pros.
I have an YSE and a Japanese Korbel.
Obvious two options are either to do a combo of R7/VP on each blade or an all-Yasaka setup and a Korbel/VP.

What makes more sense?

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They are very similar rubbers, I don't think it will make much difference.

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Blade: TSP BB 4.0
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As the rubbers are similar but there will be subtle differences including how they interact with the blade, only you can really decide.

Probably best to make up your favourite of the two blades with 7 on one side and pro on the other. After a few days you should be able to determine iyour preferences for back hand and forehand


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I guess it will come down to Vega Pro on fh and Rakza 7s on backhand. Iirc the Vega is more heavy and harder and it is less 'european' than the Rakza 7 Soft so I guess this combination will play nice on both blades.

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I suspect it to be the case as well


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