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PostPosted: 08 Nov 2018, 22:13 
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hi all
i looking similar lp that TSP P1R but less friction (i play modern defense with mat pro and mxp max fh and 1mm p1r bh) my ranking is 2600

i feel when the p1r is new, it has lot of grip and i hate playing with it, need to play with it for about 3-4 weeks before it get loose the grip (because the dust on it, i never clean it ofc that reason)
so, after that 3-4 weeks or more, its way better but still not good for my taste.
(im not looking for very frictionless lp, illegal or something)

just like 30-40% less friction that the p1r, and very similar pip structure that the p1r.

so i need some advice, what about hellfire 1mm?

pls gimme some clues what pips i need to look

pips i hate: (feint long 2-3 and grass dtecs)


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Spinlord Agenda in 1.0 is an excellent chopping pip with softer sponge and not too much friction. Also better hitting than p1r.


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Blade: S&T Black & White
FH: Armstrong SH-I 1.8
BH: TSP Curl P3 Alpha R OX
P3aR has fairly soft pimples similar to P1R but with less friction.


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Blade: Donic Defplay Senso V3
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BH: Dawei 388D-1 (OX)
I'm currently playing with a Dawei 388D-1 OX. I've only tried the TSP P1-R, once...

Based on from what I hear/read - The Dawei 388D-1 may be a toned-down, less grippy alternate .


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Milky Way Neptune.

If you want the danger of P1R, go for the version with the Hi-Tension sponge. If you want a more controllable version, go for the Moxa sponge version.


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