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 Post subject: Short Pips
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2017, 02:53 
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Looking for short pips that suit FH play.

Hammond FA
Waran
Rakza PO
TSP Tyranno
...any other suggestion?

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2017, 02:59 
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Did you try 802 I sent you? Or these are not considered FH SP?

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2017, 04:21 
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I have them on my attacking bat right now, and they are pretty good. I think it lacks a little too much throw and grip, even for SPs only because they are 1.5mm. Therefore, I've ordered the 2.0mm version.

While playing them, it's actually gone surprisingly well, although I haven't really trained the stroke at all. I was curious about more modern versions, and softer versions. So I think I need to feel a few more examples before settling on something, and drilling my forehand.

The Hexer Force Pips felt terrible in 1.7mm on the FH even compared to the 802. So I stuck with the 802, just more intuitive to me.

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
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SpinLord Waran is a good choice, agressive flat hitting , dummy loop, block , very spinny, good on poly balls!

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
PostPosted: 12 Mar 2018, 20:31 
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I've got a few in my spreadsheet (see sig) if any of them take your fancy.

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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
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Blade: Butterfly primorac carbon
FH: TSP Spectol 21
BH: 729 802-40
TSP Spectol 21 is a good SP. It has the spin of cooked type rubbers, and the sinking effect of raw type rubbers. I use it on FH. The looping and hitting are quite deadly, very disturbing to the opponents as it's easy to put the ball down to the net. Totally changed my games.

Be aware that the max thickness version is better for FH play in both offence and defence games.


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 Post subject: Re: Short Pips
PostPosted: 13 Apr 2018, 07:52 
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I have TSP Spectol, Hammond FA, Stiga Clippa, 802-40, Butterfly Raystorm, Yasaka PB-1, Juic 889, pm me if interested


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