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    Posted: 04/03/2024 at 4:24am
 Do you think that Tenergy64 is a good F/H rubber on a high throw all-wood blade ?
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Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

 Do you think that Tenergy64 is a good F/H rubber on a high throw all-wood blade ?
  Depends on how you play - Tenergy 64 is a good rubber if you hit through the ball more, but it is also definitely faster so it can help a slower blade especially if you are not into winning with heavy rotation and more into power/speed.
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A close friend of mine plays with 64 on both sides on his Stiga Offensive. He is a slow, heavy spin looper, and has no trouble blocking loops. He plays around 2000, sometimes higher.
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Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

 Do you think that Tenergy64 is a good F/H rubber on a high throw all-wood blade ?

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Originally posted by king_pong king_pong wrote:

Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

 Do you think that Tenergy64 is a good F/H rubber on a high throw all-wood blade ?

Tenergy 64 both sides on Nittaku Runlox-5 — super combo👌

Nice to hear that...
IF it's ok on Nittaku Runlox-5 with koto-spruce-ayous-spruce-koto then
Tenergy64 will be possibly even better on Stiga Infinity having Limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba due to limba's higher throw angle. 


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Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

Originally posted by king_pong king_pong wrote:

Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

 Do you think that Tenergy64 is a good F/H rubber on a high throw all-wood blade ?

Tenergy 64 both sides on Nittaku Runlox-5 — super combo👌

Nice to hear that...
IF it's ok on Nittaku Runlox-5 with koto-spruce-ayous-spruce-koto then
Tenergy64 will be possibly even better on Stiga Infinity having Limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba due to limba's higher throw angle. 

I've never experienced a Limba-topped blade as playing a higher throw than their Koto-topped alternatives (i.e. Runlox vs Stiga Offensive; Persson Powerplay vs. Clipper, etc.).  When I hit with the koto-topped blade, I always find that employing a flatter hit (basic forehand "counter" stroke) tends to send the ball a lot higher.  I consider this to be - "high throw".  The same basic stroke with the Infinity or the Stiga OC tends to send the out on a longer, lower trajectory.  I always thought that this was what was being described when people talked about a blade as being "low throw".  
When other players borrow my bats they tend to comment on how my set-ups are too low of a throw for them to enjoy using them. 
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Never forget that Joo Saehyuk used T64 on an allwood blade and even though he is the greatest chopper of all time, he had a forehand attack that most offensive players would have killed for.

Though keep in mind this was pre-plastic ball.
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