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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 18 Jul 2016, 09:19 
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Suggest Viper OX or Giant Dragon National Team Talon

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 10 Aug 2016, 13:17 
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Most lethal rubber for low trajectory and close to the table push blocker.

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 11 Aug 2016, 03:50 
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garbol wrote:
does bomb talnets has low trajectory? didnt try it.


I've tried both red and black Bomb Talent. The black sheet has lower trajectory than the red. Aside from Dragon Talon, (black) Bomb Talent is probably the best Chinese LP I've ever tried.

bomb talent is not even close with spin comparing to DG or grass

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 11 Aug 2016, 04:12 
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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 11 Aug 2016, 20:11 
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garbol wrote:
I have tested a lot of pips
Im using short chop / chop block stroke 1 meter behind table (similar to fabian akerstrom chop)
That why i need low trajectory lp. Playing so close its hard to keep low strong topspins.
Grass - it has really low traj., irs good but problem is with its speed, and not enough backspin
P1r - great backspin, but hard to keep low playing close to table
Pogo - not enough distrubtion, backspin average
Globe 979 - had problema with costintacy, perhaps due pips align, average backspin
Dg1 - great backspin, durbality issue ( im playing 10h per week, pip is broking in 6 weekes)
Dg2 - less control and backspin comparing to other pips
Palio - too fast, not enough distrubtion
Viper soft - didnt test it, but people says it has high trajectory

Pls tell me pips with low trajectory, really pls :-(

I am playing around 15 hrs a week and have no problems about durability with curl p4 and dhs cloud & fog 3. Though i prefer curl p4, i have been lately not using it because I've found them bit more sensitive to the spin for service returns . Cloud and fog 3 are awesome on a slow blade. On JSH blade,you may have some difficulties in keeping the trajectory low.

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 11 Aug 2016, 23:51 
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garbol wrote:
I have tested a lot of pips
Im using short chop / chop block stroke 1 meter behind table (similar to fabian akerstrom chop)
That why i need low trajectory lp. Playing so close its hard to keep low strong topspins.
Grass - it has really low traj., irs good but problem is with its speed, and not enough backspin
P1r - great backspin, but hard to keep low playing close to table
Pogo - not enough distrubtion, backspin average
Globe 979 - had problema with costintacy, perhaps due pips align, average backspin
Dg1 - great backspin, durbality issue ( im playing 10h per week, pip is broking in 6 weekes)
Dg2 - less control and backspin comparing to other pips
Palio - too fast, not enough distrubtion
Viper soft - didnt test it, but people says it has high trajectory

Pls tell me pips with low trajectory, really pls :-(

I am playing around 15 hrs a week and have no problems about durability with curl p4 and dhs cloud & fog 3. Though i prefer curl p4, i have been lately not using it because I've found them bit more sensitive to the spin for service returns . Cloud and fog 3 are awesome on a slow blade. On JSH blade,you may have some difficulties in keeping the trajectory low.

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agree, p4 and c&f3 has great durbality
but i cant get the same backspin as with DG1
and im looking for LP ox with best backspin against topspin (from 1 meter off table chopping) with low trajectory and good durbality :)

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
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Zeitgeist have low throw but is garbage on poly ball ( stiffer pips) , so i will go with Dorneglanz ( black because is more durable then red) and D.tecs, with D.Tecs you need to keep soft hand at contact with the ball, if you tension your hand the ball have more speed!

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 12 Mar 2018, 20:25 
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garbol wrote:
im looking for low trajectory LP
but i know only 2 (grass d.tecs and palio ck531a)

do u know any more?


low/flat trajectory is most important in my pip style (long, low flight path of ball is always the hardest to attack strongly)
Defence 2 is the culprit. Like every Defence series, the willow blade have huge dwell time to maximise spin, and more susceptible to spin either.

Borrow Friend Defplay, or even better if You get defensive double carbon blade like Anna, Defcon, or Shake Defense. Off course, Your looping ability may affected. ;)





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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 14 Mar 2018, 09:44 
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Dtechs now over rated since the new ball and for me definately not a low trajectory. I’ve tried the vast majority of the pips mentioned in the previous posts and non of them come close to either merorite or gangster. My preference to give me low trajectory and ability to lift and flat hit is gangster on .6 sponge.


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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 19 Mar 2018, 09:33 
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+1 for Dornenglanz

I'm with Japsican I now use Dornenglanz OX it's a great LP rubber :up: :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
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The new JengKing has a very low trajectory.

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 24 Mar 2018, 00:21 
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Most lethal rubber for low trajectory and close to the table push blocker.

Yasaka Phantom 7


May I ask how Yasaka Phantom 7 performs in terms of reversal on Yinhe lq1?

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
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Are there really low trajectory LPs? Probably. Maybe.
But I think LP are so dependent on the blade and it's composition. Also playing style....individual idiosyncrasies. Therefore I believe it may be more useful to focus on personalized low trajectory combinations.


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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
PostPosted: 24 Mar 2018, 19:38 
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The new JengKing has a very low trajectory.

I tried the new JengKing OX LP today & was very impressed very low trajectory give great amount of control :up: :*: :rock: 8) & I'm now using one on my Trinity Carbon.

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 Post subject: Re: low trajectory LP
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I have a right-handed guy who gives me the max spin and speed with his 4h topspin serves to my Left-Handed bh long pips OX Globe 979. I return it barely over net to his bh. He can't do anything good with it.

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