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PostPosted: 02 Sep 2023, 17:48 
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Hi,all! I am about to change my Sp.I would like to know what the most disruptive SP is currently.

Thanks . I heard about KO but it is a medium pip.
The SP I am looking for must have sponge .


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Dr Neubaer Killer or Killer pro ?


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Dr. N Killer (Pro, Extreme) are indeed very disruptive, but they're considered as Medium Pips, rather than SPs.

Here's my list of disruptive pure Short-pips, based only on what I have tried/played with (in particular order of preference)..


  • Dr. Nuebauer Explosion
  • Andro (I cannot recollect whether it's Blowfish or Hexer)
  • Joola Tango Express Ultra (gets disruptive only after a couple of month of usage)
  • Dr. Neubauer Leopard
  • Victas 101


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Thank you all, been told Giant Dragon has a very disruptive SP but it seems the company will either disappear or it is not easy to get their material outside Asia . What's the truth in this ?


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Played many SP´s so far.
The most disruptive and most difficult to manage SP is DHS 651.
If you can play with this, it´s a beast


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Sami wrote:
Hi,all! I am about to change my Sp.I would like to know what the most disruptive SP is currently.

Thanks . I heard about KO but it is a medium pip.
The SP I am looking for must have sponge .


103 victas 1.6mm sponge. Mizuno Booster EV.


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