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    Posted: 06/18/2017 at 10:31pm
Do the outer plies make a big difference?

I used RC with my first blade and had to sand away a lot and ended up making the top ply so thin you can see the A/C through the surface. My question is since Innerforce moves the composite layers inwards to increase wood feel and control, does this mean my blade has had reduced control and been extra fast?

Or it shouldn't make a big difference?

I don't have trouble adjusting between blades but other people who have tried my racket have said it's incredibly fast. right now since i haven't been training, i'm having a tough time landing in bh so i'm switching off tenergy bh for a bit. 
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Stop using RC.

Yes, it should have an impact. Especially if the 2nd layer is composite fiber.
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Originally posted by slevin slevin wrote:

Stop using RC.

Yes, it should have an impact. Especially if the 2nd layer is composite fiber.

yea i haven't used RC for many years but I'm saying the reason why it was sanded so much is due to removing uneven bits. 

ok i'll try my backup vis that i've never touched yet lol.
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The inner layer of composite makes a big difference on soft and medium shots. When you really hit or loop hard is when you feel the "crack" of the composite. I think the "inner" layer of composite is the future . You get wood feel and composite feel all in one. Typically inner layer blades have more control. It will also depend on your style of play. If you are constantly on the attack a standard composite like Viscaria makes sense. If you like to play a controlling game and take the shots when available maybe an inner layer makes sense.
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