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    Posted: 05/14/2017 at 9:02am
Hello everyone, I've been currently using Tenergy 05fx on my BH side + new viscaria blade. Unfortunately I'm BH oriented player and tenergy 05fx is just too fast for me so I need to replace it with slower, more controllable rubber. It should be also spinny and more likely soft. My playing style is close to the table, most of the time i do short topspin or block with my BH, also I do flick alot. Any recommendations? Thanks!
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Vega Europe pretty good
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Did you ever tried to switch to another slower/more controllable blade? Tenergy 05fX Isn't that fast, so maybe it's just you blade
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Yes Xiom Vega Europe. :)
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I believe tenergy 05 fx is using the same sponge softness as tackiness chop! At around 32 degrees! Not sure you can get much softer than that... 

A real soft and spinny one is Juic 999 elite defense. Though on harder blades, if you hit with a lot of force, they can have a cracking effect and seem harder. 

Or you might try tenergy 05 fx in 1.7mm. I play a similar style of being back hand oriented and I use 05 fx in 1.9. Might just be an adjustment period. 


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Thanks for suggestion! btw. I'm already using 1.9mm.
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Originally posted by jonyer1980 jonyer1980 wrote:

Did you ever tried to switch to another slower/more controllable blade? Tenergy 05fX Isn't that fast, so maybe it's just you blade
Actually I was thinking alot about that, problem is I'm using hard chinese rubber on my fh, so i think if I switch blade my FH would be too much slow..


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Don't change eq; that's perfect.
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No offense, but if you find T05fx 1.9 too fast,it is your skills​ or lack of such
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Do you have any particular brand you like? 
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Tenergy 05FX is kind of bouncy.....try Tibhar FX-S for a less catapult effect in short game play.  I tried using the T05 FX....but way too bouncy for service return...but that was 2.1mm not 1.9 as well.  So there may be a much bigger bounce effect on the 2.1 sponge of 05fx?  

Also the FX-S rubber is not as heavy as the other MXP, ELP, ELS etc. 
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Originally posted by AdamTT AdamTT wrote:

Hello everyone, I've been currently using Tenergy 05fx on my BH side + new viscaria blade. Unfortunately I'm BH oriented player and tenergy 05fx is just too fast for me so I need to replace it with slower, more controllable rubber. It should be also spinny and more likely soft. My playing style is close to the table, most of the time i do short topspin or block with my BH, also I do flick alot. Any recommendations? Thanks!

I have a Viscaria set up and I can relate to your problem.  T05 FX can be great for looping but too fast for everything else.  Not everyone can be Zhang Jike.  I personally use Roundell Soft but you might prefer Roundell regular or hard versions if you are more aggressive with your BH.  I also like Yasaka Rakza 7 Soft and Pryde (tried all hardness regular, 40, and 30... I like 30 personally).  If the EJ bug bites me again, I might try something else like Tibhar Nimbus Sound.

Also, if you're on a budget, the Gambler Outlaw Soft is a good option as well as Air Assassin from colestt.  These are very underrated.


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Originally posted by AdamTT AdamTT wrote:

Hello everyone, I've been currently using Tenergy 05fx on my BH side + new viscaria blade. Unfortunately I'm BH oriented player and tenergy 05fx is just too fast for me so I need to replace it with slower, more controllable rubber. It should be also spinny and more likely soft. My playing style is close to the table, most of the time i do short topspin or block with my BH, also I do flick alot. Any recommendations? Thanks!

Given what you like to do on your BH: Donic Bluefire JP03 2.0
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I have tried 05fx 1.7mm on fh and it can still be very bouncy and unpredictable but a lot less than in max.
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Andro rasant beat plays quite similar to 05fx and is quite bouncy and spinny
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Originally posted by mog1111 mog1111 wrote:

I have tried 05fx 1.7mm on fh and it can still be very bouncy and unpredictable but a lot less than in max.


Tenergy 05 fx don't work well on any kind of blade, by eg on allwood can be unpredictable. If you don't use carbon or arylate I suggest you to use t 80 fx or t 64 fx instead of t 05 fx.
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yes I used it on rossi emotion and it worked pretty well also not bad on Andro ligna but not great on the wood blades I have tried it with
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