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    Posted: 03/10/2024 at 4:22pm
Hi I was thinking of moving on from Hurricane to Tibhar K3. Has any body tried this combination and is this any good?

F/H hurricane neo national 2.15

B/H XIOM Omega V1 pro max

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I am using it on the backhand and I like it. If you dont mind the weight I recommend it. On the forehand instead I don't like it as much as Hurricane 3 bs 41 degee, the top end spin is lower and it feels to soft even if k3 has a sponge hardness of 52.5 degree. D09c for example feels a lot more hard, so maybe it is better on fh. 
I feel that because w968 is a inner alc blade with limba top layer with a relative large blade of 160mm, it feels flexible at high speeds, and because of this it combines better with hard rubbers.

Hope it helps.

Edited by arcady - 03/27/2024 at 3:40am
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