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Best Bryce Rubber for Hinoki Blade (1-Ply)

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Topic: Best Bryce Rubber for Hinoki Blade (1-Ply)
Posted By: jpenman
Subject: Best Bryce Rubber for Hinoki Blade (1-Ply)
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 2:39pm
I'd like to try a Butterfly rubber from the Bryce series on my 1-Ply J-Pen blade, as I heard that old Japanese rubbers work great on these kind of woods. Also, I never tried one before, so it would be quite interesting, I think. Wink

Currently, these ones are available:

-Bryce (35°)
-Bryce FX (32°)
-Bryce Speed (38°)
-Bryce Speed FX (32°)
-Bryce HighSpeed (35°)

I cannot get both Bryce Speed and Bryce Speed FX in Germany, since they aren't available anymore.

Which one would you recommend (and why) to try for someone who likes to play fast and spinny balls?


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Posted By: jpenmaster
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 2:59pm
Bryce is like H3 it needs speed glue.  It is still really fast without speed glue but doesn't spin . If you want something that is fast has a med/low throw and good spin get T64 or D64. The only advantage Bryce has over new rubbers is that it's light weight.

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Posted By: Baal
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 3:41pm
I'm amazed Butterfly still sells it.  It was great with speed glue and was designed for it.  It was state of the art in 2007.


Posted By: stiltt
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 3:52pm
Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

Bryce is like H3 it needs speed glue.  It is still really fast without speed glue but doesn't spin . If you want something that is fast has a med/low throw and good spin get T64 or D64. The only advantage Bryce has over new rubbers is that it's light weight.
How would Bryce HighSpeed do with Falco? would it spin then?

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Posted By: jpenmaster
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 4:17pm
I tried High Speed when it first came out. It had a  low arc and average/low spin. I didn't try boosting it cause it feels on the soft side already. Looking back it might be an ok BH option. Personally there are a lot of other rubbers that are cheaper and better.

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Posted By: jpenman
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 4:21pm
Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

Bryce is like H3 it needs speed glue.  It is still really fast without speed glue but doesn't spin . If you want something that is fast has a med/low throw and good spin get T64 or D64. The only advantage Bryce has over new rubbers is that it's light weight.

Is there also any cheaper alternative to T64/D64, such as Tibhar Evolution MX-P, Xiom Omega VII Tour, ITC PowerCell Ultra 45/48 or Tmount Ace 1/2? (Tenergy and Dignics are quite expensive, but Bryce is cheaper, also a reason for my question.)


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Posted By: jpenman
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 4:24pm
Originally posted by jpenman jpenman wrote:

Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

Bryce is like H3 it needs speed glue.  It is still really fast without speed glue but doesn't spin . If you want something that is fast has a med/low throw and good spin get T64 or D64. The only advantage Bryce has over new rubbers is that it's light weight.

Is there also any cheaper alternative to T64/D64, such as Tibhar Evolution MX-P, Xiom Omega VII Tour, ITC PowerCell Ultra 45/48 or Tmount Ace 1/2? (Tenergy and Dignics are quite expensive, but Bryce is cheaper, also a reason for my question.)

BTW, what about BTY Sriver? How is it compared to Bryce and Tenergy?


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Posted By: jpenmaster
Date Posted: 05/19/2020 at 5:34pm
Use Rozena if you want Bfly on a budget

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Posted By: GeneralSpecific
Date Posted: 05/21/2020 at 9:56pm
The best Bryce is no Bryce. If you are using a Butterfly rubber and it doesn't say Tenergy or Dignics on it, you probably made a mistake.


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Posted By: mischasln
Date Posted: 05/22/2020 at 8:31am
But people want Mercedes for the price of Toyota. 

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Posted By: JohnnyChop
Date Posted: 05/22/2020 at 12:32pm
Originally posted by GeneralSpecific GeneralSpecific wrote:

The best Bryce is no Bryce. If you are using a Butterfly rubber and it doesn't say Tenergy or Dignics on it, you probably made a mistake.

This is right on! 


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