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    Posted: 05/16/2017 at 1:09pm
I just got the NLC and WoW, what's a perfect balance blades with Tibhar Evolution MX-S FH and Quantum S BH. Compare to a Septear with the same rubbers was night and day. The Septear setup get a really head heavy feeling out of balance. Both blades weighted 85g, but the NLC feel a lot lighter because of it's perfect balance. Every shots are a lot easier now, serves, push, FH loop again push, FH loop again chop, FH loop again loop, BH flick. Although, I have to give it a lot of power at mid distance. NLC give me a lot of control and feel of the ball, and it gives me the confident to hit the ball as hard as I want. Luckily, power is one thing I don't lack :-) I found a lot of new poly balls powder dust on my rubbers and a lot of slipping while looping. Hopefully, it's because of the new balls and not MX-S.

Does anyone use NLC with different rubbers? what would be your perfect setup rubbers for offensive game with Nittaku Latika Carbon?
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Nittaku Latika Carbon, MX-S, Q S
Acoustic Carbon inner, Fastarc G-1, S-1
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I liike it with tenergy 05 on FH and Tibhar Aurus Select on BH
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The blade is very light
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And that is perfect for me Big smile
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