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    Posted: 12/08/2019 at 3:57am
What is the best looping BH rubber for Viscaria?
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Hurricane 3 or Kokutaku 007 Pro if you have the skill.
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I'm currently using Dignics 05 on the BH of Viscera and it works great.  Previously, I found that Tenergy 80 worked particularly well on that blade (I was using T05 on my other blade, so that was a switch for me).
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let me revise my reply. i thought it was for fh looping. Omega 7 Asia, Omega 7 Hyper and Stiga DNA H
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Adidas P7. But they stopped making it. 
Tibhar Evolution EL-S is great.

You're gonna get a ton a different rubber suggestions for the bh. 
Lot of ppl have their own favorites.


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Whatever you are using now.
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Originally posted by timoboll89 timoboll89 wrote:

tenergy 05
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Tenergy 80
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I have Razka 7 on BH which feels and plays very well but it's not as spinny as Vega Pro which I have on the FH; wish it's as spinny.  I did try Vega Pro on BH but find it too hard. I'm tempted to try Tenergy 05 but I wonder if there are comparable or better rubbers but for fraction of the cost.  Anyone tried Nittaku Fast Arc G1 on Viscaria or other ALC blade?
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Originally posted by Humble Bear Humble Bear wrote:

I have Razka 7 on BH which feels and plays very well but it's not as spinny as Vega Pro which I have on the FH; wish it's as spinny.  I did try Vega Pro on BH but find it too hard. I'm tempted to try Tenergy 05 but I wonder if there are comparable or better rubbers but for fraction of the cost.  Anyone tried Nittaku Fast Arc G1 on Viscaria or other ALC blade?
I´ve played with both Rakza 7 and T05 in BH. 
Rakza is clearly one degree below Tenergy in speed and spin, but it´s not a bad thing if you don´t have a dominating BH. I´m using it now (Rakza) as T05 was too bouncy for my taste. I tried T05 in FH but could not adapt and sold it.
Players with very offensive BH, say Lin Yun-Ju´s style, will find T05 perfect. I block more than attack, so I found Rakza a better option.
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I switched to Tenergy 05 FX 1.9mm and it has been working out wonderfully for me. It’s softer so not as bouncy as the regular 05 and the thinner rubber makes it easier to control :)
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I am not  a fan of $80 rubbers but every time tried T80fx on the bh of a zlc blade, I was more consistent than with any other rubber, on anything: opening, blocking, rallying, pushing. It was on a VP and a MJ. It really is a fantastic rubber. I don't remember trying it on a koto/alc though but I don't see why it would not shine as well there. I buy my rubbers at around $30 with the 30% discount (r47, g-1) but I might pay up to $50 to get the 80fx. for the bh. 



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I really like rozena 2.1 on BH on my TB ALC... which is very similar to viscaria.
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I'm thinking about Tenergy 5.  Should I get 2.1 or 1.8mm for the BH?  I loop and fick a lot.
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What do u have for Raz7: 1.8, 2 or max?
I have max for my bh, but I found it is too bouncy with my technique.
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Tenergy 25 fx
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Dignics 05 Max FH/BH
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I would give some serious consideration to Dignics 80.  I'm thinking about trying it sometime.
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Depending on your standard and shot selection on the backhand side might be the best way forward to try and pick. 

Tenergy is a great rubber as is Dignics. . Both are at a premium cost.mind. G1 is pretty good and plays well on alc as does donic barracuda if increased spin is needed.


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So far I have Tenergy 05 on BH and Xiom Omega V Asia for FH; nice combo.  I will try G1 for BH next time
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