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PostPosted: 17 Jun 2017, 10:54 
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Try Nexy Karis M or TSP Regalis Blue.

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PostPosted: 17 Jun 2017, 18:30 
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nathanso wrote:
I have Acuda Blue P2 and can attest that it's very fast and, at times, difficult to control. Going from Mark V to P2 would be like going from a Chevette to a Corvette. Another rubber I'm currently using that I've been very impressed with is JOOLA Samba Tech. Really nice balance of speed, spin, and control in a modern (40+ ball) inverted rubber. 729 Battle 1 is another such rubber. I'd leave the Tenergy aspirants like P2 for later.

I agree "Nathanso" Joola Samba Tech. is very interesting with a unusual sponge giving the rubber surface a slightly rippled effect & for me gives good spin & control. :up: :clap: :clap:

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2017, 00:28 
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Also possible, the new Vega Intro is said to be faster than classics but slower than standard Tensors and plays well in the short game. You would look at this if you find Karis and Regalis to have too hard a sponge.

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2017, 04:00 
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Just ordered a sheet of Evolution MX-P.. :lol: Wonder if this will finally be something "too fast" for me. Here's hoping. Bloody expensive, though... I'll have to use it for the next few months to get my money's worth...

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Just ordered a sheet of Evolution MX-P.. :lol: Wonder if this will finally be something "too fast" for me. Here's hoping. Bloody expensive, though... I'll have to use it for the next few months to get my money's worth...

Hey, you could've bought a Tenergy for the price of that and the other tensor that you already have! :P

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True, but those Tensors were bought a year or more ago...

Actually, I could've bought two Tenergies for what I spent on all those sheets of $5 and $10 rubber.. :lol:

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But but but those 2 feet high stack of rubbers !!!! :rofl:

Other than reducing the volume of rubbers that can be tested @5 - 10 USD range,

Testing tensors like Tenergy is a not a Value-proposition :D


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And after all that testing... my final conclusion was...

There is really not all that much difference between Chinese sheets! :lol: And Tensors aren't super-rubbers either.

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