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PostPosted: 19 Feb 2010, 07:41 
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thanks for the information but what does ESN stand for. E for elastomer S for? N?

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no clue... shoot em an email
what's the worst that can happen?

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PostPosted: 20 Feb 2010, 22:42 
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I think I did or I got side tracked with a really stupid poster.

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What would be the most durable tensor or tensioned rubber or formula rubber in the world? I asking I guess because tensor rubbers are not expected to last a long time. And are the harder sponge tensor's better for speed, or spin, or are the softer tensors better at that? Would the same sponge rule apply to tensors as well, that applies to normal rubbers, that softer is usually spinnier and harder is usually faster?

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PostPosted: 25 Feb 2010, 17:43 
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Is the Yasaka Zap series Tension Rubber or the New Era series a tensor rubber?


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probably not

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PostPosted: 25 Aug 2010, 22:52 
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Great post Silver! As always informative and humorous. I was not even aware that I've been using a tensor!

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Is palio thor a tensor?

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yes! thor is a tensor


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are the donic acudas and coppa x1 new tensors or older generation tensors?


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Great list. It would be interesting to see it fully updated.


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Silver wrote:

Fact No. 3: All "Tensor" products are marked with the the following logo, except for Donic, Tibhar and Yasaka who have probably bought the rights and name the tensor technology as their own thing

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ROFL.. I suppose this doesn't qualify?

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Wonder what the "Target" logo means.

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iskandar taib wrote:
Silver wrote:

Fact No. 3: All "Tensor" products are marked with the the following logo, except for Donic, Tibhar and Yasaka who have probably bought the rights and name the tensor technology as their own thing

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ROFL.. I suppose this doesn't qualify?

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Wonder what the "Target" logo means.

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"Target" logo is Sanwei's terms of technologies for their sponges.

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Yes, that looks like a pretty poor attempt to try and trick people into thinking they're Tensors.

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