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    Posted: 08/08/2020 at 11:22pm
Is there any rubber heavier than t5h? 

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Originally posted by ericto ericto wrote:

Is there any rubber heavier than t5h? 

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Yep, I second that! h3 turbo blue is the heaviest and hardest rubber I've ever tried. 
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thanks how about non-chinese rubbers?
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Tibhar Hybrid K2 and Yasaka Rakza Z Extra Hard are in the region of T05 Hard (maybe just a touch heavier, i. e. 2-3 gr.). The new Donic Bluegrip C1 and C2 are very heavy. 90 gr. uncut for the C1 in max. and 80 gr. uncut for the C2. On a german forum, a tester said that his 2 mm sheet of the C2 weighs 75 gr.
These rubbers are entierely made by ESN, but still called "hybrids", only the already mentioned Nittaku H3 Turbo Blue (which is about as heavy as the C1) is a true hybrid.
Are you looking for a heavy rubber, and if so, why?
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Xiom Omega VII Hyper. it´s the heaviest on the market.
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So glad i asked the question i will be looking into those rubbers. One of the problems i run into playing with long pips ox,is the overall weight of the setup, especially with light blades.  Once i am forced off the table, my fh is so slow i get destroyed by opponents.  

For example, t5h works well with my firewall plus balsa blade, a blade i could never find a suitable fh rubber for this is all with ox lp on bh.  T5h on a violin with ox lp is not even fast enough; 

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I dunno much abt Def blades, but if you have a stiff blade, doubt very hard rubbers like t05H is gonna work well from far off the table. Comparatively, Stuff like the r53, nexus 50-53 felt easier to play from behind the table. I think you should try rubbers that are slightly softer than t05H with a longer trajectory basically if you need to play easier off the table. 
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I’d also suggest rubbers with a longer Trajectory, maybe Tenergy 64 or Dignics 80
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not anymore, the omega 7 china ying max is at 82grms think while 2.1mm is at 72 to 74grms
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My h3 blue turbo is 69 grams... cut!
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Originally posted by ericto ericto wrote:

So glad i asked the question i will be looking into those rubbers. One of the problems i run into playing with long pips ox,is the overall weight of the setup, especially with light blades.  Once i am forced off the table, my fh is so slow i get destroyed by opponents.  

For example, t5h works well with my firewall plus balsa blade, a blade i could never find a suitable fh rubber for this is all with ox lp on bh.  T5h on a violin with ox lp is not even fast enough; 

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Go for a T64/T80 mate, T05H was trash for me and my clubmates
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Originally posted by SmackDAT SmackDAT wrote:

Originally posted by ericto ericto wrote:

So glad i asked the question i will be looking into those rubbers. One of the problems i run into playing with long pips ox,is the overall weight of the setup, especially with light blades.  Once i am forced off the table, my fh is so slow i get destroyed by opponents.  

For example, t5h works well with my firewall plus balsa blade, a blade i could never find a suitable fh rubber for this is all with ox lp on bh.  T5h on a violin with ox lp is not even fast enough; 

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Go for a T64/T80 mate, T05H was trash for me and my clubmates

YMMV.. i personally loved it. I am going through my stash of V15s and have five T05H waiting for me to switch. T05h IS lighter than V15 Extra.. v15 extra is worth a try if you want similar but heavier    Another rubber that's very good, fast and hard and feels like T05H somewhat is MXP50.   


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Giant Dragon used to make a rubber called TopEnergy...ha, I liked their attempt at copying the name Tenergy.  Anyway, that rubber actually played very well but it was as heavy as a brick!!!
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I've been using the H3 Turbo Blue for over a year now and agree it might be heaviest on the market. For non-chinese, I used Victas VS > 401 before switching to Turbo Blue and it is very close in weight, just a few grams lighter.
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