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 Post subject: MIlky Way Pluto
PostPosted: 10 May 2018, 20:45 
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Blade: Butterfly Timo Ball allro
FH: Rakza 7 2,0mm
BH: Keiler 1,5 mm
Hi all,

What do you say about this rubber today? Is it good with plastic balls? I bought 1,5 red from eacheng and it cost 4 euros. What kind of blade can you recommend for that?




 Post subject: Re: MIlky Way Pluto
PostPosted: 08 Jul 2018, 22:58 
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Blade: TSP Black Balsa 3.0
FH: Tibhar Vari Spin 1.8
BH: Tibhar Vari Spin 1.8
I'm using it on the backhand of a light and thin wood blade. I've been playing with it defensively using D40+. It's quite insensitive to spin so its easier to block and to return serves. It's decent when it comes to chopping too. Good spin reversal.

When my friends borrow my bat they use it as a typical short pip. Blocks and fast counters. With that, I think I can say it's allright with the plastic ball and is not that picky with the blade. I bet if you put it on a hard and fast blade, its blocks and counters will shine more. Hope this helps.

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