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PostPosted: 20 May 2018, 15:32 
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Does anyone know what the stiffest available blade is? Also, what is the hardest rubber I can buy? I remember there was a 55 degree Armstrong rubber out somewhere but I believe it was discontinued...


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Stiffest Blade (I think) - Friendship 8030

Not sure of rubber ...


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What about those early carbon blades, like the Tamca 5000 series?

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i had a primorac carbon that was like a rock. im not entirely sure it was representative of all PC though.
Stiff with a hard feel or a soft feel?

I think you are on the right track with rubbers - look at armstrong and those other Japanese brands. Hikari SR7 55deg looks like it is still available. No idea how hard 55deg is...

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Stiff blades? Any carbon/thick balsa combo. Any single ply hinoki or hinoki/carbon combo. The H19 by tibhar is stiff as hell.

H19: https://revspin.net/blade/tibhar-h-1-9.html

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coymanneemus wrote:
Does anyone know what the stiffest available blade is? Also, what is the hardest rubber I can buy? I remember there was a 55 degree Armstrong rubber out somewhere but I believe it was discontinued...
Using qualitative, not quantitative data,

If we discount custom blades,

That blades would be

Friendship / 729 8030
Yasaka Max Carbon 3D
Stiga CC7
Butterfly Gergely 21
DHS Wind CW-C

Which all perfect for blocking and driving,

And the rubbers would be

Dawei Sprungfeder G3 A2
DHS Hurricane 3
Kokutaku BLutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky Japanese
Butterfly Tackifire C
XuShaoFa 999

Which makes great chopping or looping rubbers.

But, the blade and rubbers have literally opposite characteristics. :(


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coymanneemus wrote:
Does anyone know what the stiffest available blade is? Also, what is the hardest rubber I can buy? I remember there was a 55 degree Armstrong rubber out somewhere but I believe it was discontinued...
Using qualitative, not quantitative data,

If we discount custom blades,

That blades would be

Friendship / 729 8030
Yasaka Max Carbon 3D
Stiga CC7
Butterfly Gergely 21
DHS Wind CW-C

Which all perfect for blocking and driving,

And the rubbers would be

Dawei Sprungfeder G3 A2
DHS Hurricane 3
Kokutaku BLutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky Japanese
Butterfly Tackifire C
XuShaoFa 999

Which makes great chopping or looping rubbers.

But, the blade and rubbers have literally opposite characteristics. :(


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coymanneemus wrote:
Does anyone know what the stiffest available blade is? Also, what is the hardest rubber I can buy? I remember there was a 55 degree Armstrong rubber out somewhere but I believe it was discontinued...
Using qualitative, not quantitative data,

If we discount custom blades,

That blades would be

Friendship / 729 8030
Yasaka Max Carbon 3D
Stiga CC7
Butterfly Gergely 21
DHS Wind CW-C

Which all perfect for blocking and driving,

And the rubbers would be

Dawei Sprungfeder G3 A2
DHS Hurricane 3
Kokutaku BLutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky Japanese
Butterfly Tackifire C
XuShaoFa 999

Which makes great chopping or looping rubbers.

But, the blade and rubbers have literally opposite characteristics. :(


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PostPosted: 24 May 2018, 19:43 
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coymanneemus wrote:
Does anyone know what the stiffest available blade is? Also, what is the hardest rubber I can buy? I remember there was a 55 degree Armstrong rubber out somewhere but I believe it was discontinued...
Using qualitative, not quantitative data,

If we discount custom blades,

That blades would be

Friendship / 729 8030
Yasaka Max Carbon 3D
Stiga CC7
Butterfly Gergely 21
DHS Wind CW-C

Which all perfect for blocking and driving,

And the rubbers would be

Dawei Sprungfeder G3 A2
DHS Hurricane 3
Kokutaku BLutenkirsche 868 Tokyo Super Tacky Japanese
Butterfly Tackifire C
XuShaoFa 999

Which makes great chopping or looping rubbers.

But, the blade and rubbers have literally opposite characteristics. :(


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