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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2017, 15:57 
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I tried going back to both inverted in the past couple of months but I find myself blocking and driving a lot in the FH, as opposed to looping and topspinning. I glued back the 802-1 FH and left the Mars II in the backhand. Good to be back. The max sponge 802-1 can block, drive and (fake) loop like no other SP i tested (I tried only 3 or 4 :D )

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Hello,

im thinking about using a balsa-carbon blade (like Spinlord Ultra Balsa) for an all pips-out Setup (Spinlord Keiler 1,5 on backhand and Spinlord Degu 1,8 on forehand).
Has anyone experience with those blades with short/medium pips out?
What do you think, Kees?

An east-european player prefers balsa-carbon combinations very much:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C__FqO_IMZ8

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AndiHL wrote:
I have an Avalox C555 Ma Wenge and already tested TSP Spectol and FS 802-1 (both in 1.8mm).
Both were not so easy to control like expected because I needed to hit the ball in a quite perfect angle.

After reading this great thread I think a spinnier rubber would help, like the 802-40.
Did dit a lot of inquiry and came to Stiga Clippa rubber (1.8mm) that should be as spinny (?) as the 802-40 and want to give it a try.
What do you think of this combination: C555 and Clippa?


is 802-1 more nasty than 802 to the oponent? where do you get a good 801-1 ?


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ClausTrophobie wrote:
5hark wrote:
Thanks guys!
I think i'll try both: 802 and 802-40 in 2mm or max.
802-40 would be first.




802 is difficult to play. It doesn´t generate much spin on your hard blade (nearly no spin at all).
Because of that you don´t have much controll and must hit the ball exactly right.
Try 802-1 instead. It´s between 802 and 802-40 in sponge hardness. Quite good on backhand.

Greetings Claus


what pip is more dangerous for the opponent? 802 or 802-1


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The 802 and the 802-1 are almost the same. The 802-1 is better for blocking because of the slightly wider pip spacing. You can use both.

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j2sip wrote:
The 802 and the 802-1 are almost the same. The 802-1 is better for blocking because of the slightly wider pip spacing. You can use both.


So 802-1 gives more knuckle balls and less spin?


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Only one problem. Where DOES one find 802-1? :lol: Definitely not on Eacheng…

Wonder how 802-40 would do for hardbat. The topsheets aren't available at Eacheng, though...

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iskandar taib wrote:
Only one problem. Where DOES one find 802-1? :lol: Definitely not on Eacheng…

Wonder how 802-40 would do for hardbat. The topsheets aren't available at Eacheng, though...

Iskandar



Whats the diffrence of 802-1 vs802? I ve heard that 802 is better for ABS


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bbkon wrote:
iskandar taib wrote:
Only one problem. Where DOES one find 802-1? :lol: Definitely not on Eacheng…

Wonder how 802-40 would do for hardbat. The topsheets aren't available at Eacheng, though...

Iskandar



Whats the diffrence of 802-1 vs802? I ve heard that 802 is better for ABS


802-1 has slightly larger pimples but more sparsely populated than 802. Sort of like a cross between 802-40 and 802. The topsheet (pimples) are also just a hair harder than 802, same as 802-40.

The sponges are also different, but there are so many different versions its hard to keep track. I would say 802-1 is a slightly faster, but less spinny version of 802-40, but comparing friction with the original 802 is more subjective.


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