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PostPosted: 15 Oct 2017, 18:33 
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Blade: BTY Jun Mizutani - ST
FH: Yasaka Rakza 7 red 2.0mm
BH: Tibhar EL-P black 2.1-2.2
Hi all, im looking for rubbers to pair up with the bty jm blade... i have a few rubbers in mind, the bty tenergy series, the tibhar evo series and the dhs hurricane 3 neo.
My style of play is mostly forehand orientated looping and driving often, and my backhand sucks.
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Any and all of those will work. And unless you're rated over 2500 they will work equally well. If you're rated under 1600 they'll work just as well as Batwings. :lol:

Backhand sucks? There are some that would say use long pips.. but that's only if your backhand serve return sucks.

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PostPosted: 16 Oct 2017, 04:30 
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aaron_teoh wrote:
Hi all, im looking for rubbers to pair up with the bty jm blade... i have a few rubbers in mind, the bty tenergy series, the tibhar evo series and the dhs hurricane 3 neo.
My style of play is mostly forehand orientated looping and driving often, and my backhand sucks.
Tia


The rubbers are all we different, and if you haven't played with any then you probably should try them out, especially if it is the first time you've paired the blade with these kind of rubbers. I am also looking right now for a stable combination to replace an old Diamond CQ/Calibra LT, and everything I try out I really dislike/hate. A lot depends upon where you are coming from. I don't think any of these popular rubbers are "safe" choices unless you know what you are getting into.


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I have the opposite opinion (see post above). Any and all will work, to a high degree. Yes, rubbers differ from each other but not as much as people make out to be the case. I can't say I've found rubbers I really hate or dislike, other than Reactor Ckylin (waaaaaaay too slow), though there are some that are too heavy, some with build quality issues and some that are just a little too slow (the LKT Pro XT/XP series and 999T). So far, I've not found anything too fast - even Evolution MXP is fine for me. (Have not yet tried T05, though.. :lol: )

Blades are another matter... :lol:

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