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I always liked the Bomb Mopha Pro as a do it all fast bouncy spinny rubber. Not so cheap at what the average was $30 but a sure value anyway at that price and... 


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I always liked the Bomb Mopha Pro as a do it all fast bouncy spinny rubber. Not so cheap at what the average was $30 but a sure value anyway at that price and... 



I use it on my training setup and find that it lacks power and spin compared to newer tensor rubbers (40+ era) like Victas v01 Limber, Xiom Omegas and MX-Ps, but this could be largely from the fact that I mount it on a heavy and very slow ALL blade. It is light though, and faster than the KTL rubbers that cost around the same on Aliexpress stores
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tried Reactor Ckylin with blue sponge. good only for BH on fast blade. too slow and too soft. I had Hurricane 3-50 on other side. Ckylin was even slower and softer then 3-50
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is anybody tried LOKI T3 rubber?
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

tried Reactor Ckylin with blue sponge. good only for BH on fast blade. too slow and too soft. I had Hurricane 3-50 on other side. Ckylin was even slower and softer then 3-50
None of the Reactor new 40+ rubbers are good Dead. I was thinking to try the tornoado V5, but I had Jupiter II instead.


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Palio AK-47 - Yellow Variant... 

The AK-47 Red & the Blue variants are the most popular... However, I, quite recently, ordered the Palio AK-47 Yellow... It's sits between the Red (Hardest & Fastest) & the Blue (Slowest & Softest) variants.... I glue it to a 25+ year old Joyner-H... 

Good speed, even from mid distance...decent amount of spin on top-spins ... good value for my money.


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Originally posted by Veet Veet wrote:

Palio AK-47 - Yellow Variant... 

The AK-47 Red & the Blue variants are the most popular... However, I, quite recently, ordered the Palio AK-47 Yellow... It's sits between the Red (Hardest & Fastest) & the Blue (Slowest & Softest) variants.... I glue it to a 25+ year old Joyner-H... 

Good speed, even from mid distance...decent amount of spin on top-spins ... good value for my money.



I agree, it's a very decent rubber. I tried it recently on an OFF blade and I liked it. It is not a monster but it does everything very consistently and reliably.
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by Veet Veet wrote:

Palio AK-47 - Yellow Variant... 

The AK-47 Red & the Blue variants are the most popular... However, I, quite recently, ordered the Palio AK-47 Yellow... It's sits between the Red (Hardest & Fastest) & the Blue (Slowest & Softest) variants.... I glue it to a 25+ year old Joyner-H... 

Good speed, even from mid distance...decent amount of spin on top-spins ... good value for my money.



I agree, it's a very decent rubber. I tried it recently on an OFF blade and I liked it. It is not a monster but it does everything very consistently and reliably.

Yet to try Yellow variant, but both Blue and Red are quite competent rubbers. And it's hard to argue with a price... Perhaps one of the best bargains in the game right now,
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Originally posted by pgpg pgpg wrote:

Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by Veet Veet wrote:

Palio AK-47 - Yellow Variant... 

The AK-47 Red & the Blue variants are the most popular... However, I, quite recently, ordered the Palio AK-47 Yellow... It's sits between the Red (Hardest & Fastest) & the Blue (Slowest & Softest) variants.... I glue it to a 25+ year old Joyner-H... 

Good speed, even from mid distance...decent amount of spin on top-spins ... good value for my money.



I agree, it's a very decent rubber. I tried it recently on an OFF blade and I liked it. It is not a monster but it does everything very consistently and reliably.

Yet to try Yellow variant, but both Blue and Red are quite competent rubbers. And it's hard to argue with a price... Perhaps one of the best bargains in the game right now,


Red for me is a bit too hard and a bit too heavy - but for me most of the rubbers are. Blue is a bit too soft and bouncy, so it needs to be played on a slightly slower and harder blade which is exactly NOT what I am playing with (faster and softer hinoki blades are my favorites). Both of these rubbers played quite well on Nexy Rubicon.

But goes without saying all AK47 are very good rubbers and for $18 they are well worth trying. If I were only 10 years younger (when my shoulder was healthy) I would just switch to these three rubbers for most of my needs. Well, for a year - then my EJ addiction would kick in, of course...
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

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But goes without saying all AK47 are very good rubbers and for $18 they are well worth trying. 

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Given that I paid around 11$ for mine ( both Blue and Red) on Aliexpress, it's a steal! Clap 
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42 HARD SPONGE, Low throw, just matches well with the plastic ball. Be happy.

Have some discount on Alieexpress, right now.
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