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Andro Rasant Power Grip vs Tibhar Evolution MX-P

Based on my experience using them :

which on throw higher? 
Andro Rasant Powergrip

which one is more spinny? 
Tibhar Evolution MX-P

which one is faster? 
Andro Rasant Powergrip

which one is harder ? 
Andro Rasant Powergrip. So hard like a wall. The topsheets is harder as MX-P, so does the sponge.
MX-P sponge 47.6 degree, while Powergrip 50 degree

which one have better control ? 
Tibhar Evolution MX-P. Because of its softer sponge and more flexible topsheets

which one play better on allwood (which one favor composite blade) ? 
I said Tibhar Evolution MX-P for both of them. Unless you are using Allround blade.

Blade : Butterfly Viscaria
FH    : Yinhe Big Dipper
BH    : Palio AK47 Blue
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/15/2017 at 12:54pm
Originally posted by tom tom wrote:

didn't want to start a new thread on my RPG question:

Ordered a RPG to come on a Donic Crest Off (which I find hardish and stiff) a few months ago as FH rubber, having read that it has a  hard sponge and a hard feel overall.  What I know is,  a hard(er) blade  surface is more suitable to engage a hard sponge and hence the combination.  Didn't like the combo, 40+ balls quite often slip.  Many will say it is the technique but I have not ever experience this on any other combo.  Didn't use it for a while then transfer it to Barwell Fleet (hardish and not stiff) - better grip but I still find it not easy to engage and a lot harder to engage than the Airoc M that is on the BH side.  I want to find a good place for the RPG as it is still very new and has good comments here.  Any suggestion for blade combination or views on where / why my previous setups  failed?   I don't want to keep trying without further insight.  Thanks.

Any suggestions?

Edited by tom - 02/15/2017 at 12:54pm
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