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    Posted: 01/01/2019 at 6:49pm
I recently start boosting(falco tempo long) h3 rubbers. When you boost an h3 rubber the they normally dom. That is because the sponge absorbs the oil and expand while the topsheet stays the same. Simple physics.

It is expected when the boosting effect wear off, the sponge would shrink and less dom will occur. However, I am seeing a different phenomenon. When I peel off the rubber from my racket, the rubber is of the same size when boosted but there's less dom. Why is that? 


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Forever boosting effect and the topsheet has been boosted via penetration and absorption from glue and pips structure.
Next phenomenon will be loosing tackiness and stability between TS and SP.
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Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

Forever boosting effect and the topsheet has been boosted via penetration and absorption from glue and pips structure.
Next phenomenon will be loosing tackiness and stability between TS and SP.
As an Australian, you would know you get the same results if you use sandpaper.
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Originally posted by Tassie52 Tassie52 wrote:

Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

Forever boosting effect and the topsheet has been boosted via penetration and absorption from glue and pips structure.
Next phenomenon will be loosing tackiness and stability between TS and SP.
As an Australian, you would know you get the same results if you use sandpaper.

your comment is ambiguous to me.
BTW, I could play hard-bat and sand-paper competition due to the fact that I am a chopper and I could fire my FH with long pips.
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What is ts and sp?
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Probably topspin and short push
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Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

Forever boosting effect and the topsheet has been boosted via penetration and absorption from glue and pips structure.
Next phenomenon will be loosing tackiness and stability between TS and SP.

How the topsheet absorb the booster? THe sponge is the one that get boosted. 
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Originally posted by hunkeelin hunkeelin wrote:

Originally posted by chop4ever chop4ever wrote:

Forever boosting effect and the topsheet has been boosted via penetration and absorption from glue and pips structure.
Next phenomenon will be loosing tackiness and stability between TS and SP.

How the topsheet absorb the booster? THe sponge is the one that get boosted. 
because it is stretched - creating "permanent" artificial tension.  
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