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Originally posted by the_theologian the_theologian wrote:

I was referring more to the random N-6,7,8,10, and two 11's I received from megaspin. There were no special requests there.


Again, the problem is that I should not post anything but the official data - because the fact that there exists a blade with 90.7 g weight means what exactly? what is the standard Galaxy range? is it 90 +-3 or is it 88 +- 3 or is it 94 +- 3?

I could post something like "approx. 89" or "approx.90"... I guess. I would really like to get more data from the community, though.
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by the_theologian the_theologian wrote:

I was referring more to the random N-6,7,8,10, and two 11's I received from megaspin. There were no special requests there.


Again, the problem is that I should not post anything but the official data - because the fact that there exists a blade with 90.7 g weight means what exactly? what is the standard Galaxy range? is it 90 +-3 or is it 88 +- 3 or is it 94 +- 3?

I could post something like "approx. 89" or "approx.90"... I guess. I would really like to get more data from the community, though.
 
I guess I misunderstood the goal/strategy of filling in this table. I don't know off-hand what Galaxy lists as weights for blades I've mentioned. I know megaspin lists weights for each.
 
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by dr_stalker dr_stalker wrote:

I have K-4 and V-14.

V-14 is really heavier than K-4.

Blade size and thickness are the same.

Outer plies of koto are the not completely same (such as outer plies of TBS and Timo Boll ALC).

V-14 feels a little harder and stiffer than K-4.

K-4 has a little better "ball feeling" than V-14.

(both blades were testing with Moon 39 FH and Moon 37 BH).



I have heard that where K-4 had a hollow handle, V-14 doesn't. Is that true?


V-14 has a hollow handle too, I think.

But the hollow of K-4 is bigger, than the hollow of V-14.

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supongo que 86-87 gramos , pero ten cuidado con las capas exteriores y barnizalas , para protegerlas al despegar las gomas ,pues son muy finas . es lo que dicen quien la ha tenido y le ha dado un 7 de control y un 8 de velocidad ,la serie N muy buenas ,relacion calidad precio . de lo mejor  yo tengo varias N-9, y la superficie de ellas son diferentes y el peso vá de 83 en una a 86 gramos en las otras , y he decir que son una maravilla de palas yo le doy un 10 de control y un 9 de velocidad, tambien he probado la N-2 un poco mas rapida y dura , pero con menos control y flexibilidad , tambien muy buena . . prueba la N-9 y me diras , comparando con la N-6. 
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Originally posted by santilohi santilohi wrote:

supongo que 86-87 gramos , pero ten cuidado con las capas exteriores y barnizalas , para protegerlas al despegar las gomas ,pues son muy finas . es lo que dicen quien la ha tenido y le ha dado un 7 de control y un 8 de velocidad ,la serie N muy buenas ,relacion calidad precio . de lo mejor  yo tengo varias N-9, y la superficie de ellas son diferentes y el peso vá de 83 en una a 86 gramos en las otras , y he decir que son una maravilla de palas yo le doy un 10 de control y un 9 de velocidad, tambien he probado la N-2 un poco mas rapida y dura , pero con menos control y flexibilidad , tambien muy buena . . prueba la N-9 y me diras , comparando con la N-6. 


Thanks for the input but we'd rather have it in English  - even if it is a "google-translate" version.

Anyways, here it is (with a couple of obvious fixes)

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I guess that 86-87 grams, but beware of the outer layers and barnizalas (??) to protect them when taking off the rubbers, they are very thin. do they say who has and has given it a 7, and 8 control speed, N Series very good value for money. the best I have several N-9, and the surface of them are different and the weight goes from 83 to 86 grams in the other, and I say they are a marvel of blades I give 10 out of control and 9 speed, I've also tested the N-2 a little more fast and hard, but with less control and flexibility, also very good. . N-9 test and tell me, compared to the N-6.
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Also, I finally got a caliper and measured the thickness of two of my T-8s - it was darn close to 6.0 in both cases.
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How much would you rate T-4 speed - control?
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From the table in the first post:
T-4      Speed=10.5     Control=6
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Originally posted by arg0 arg0 wrote:

From the table in the first post:
T-4      Speed=10.5     Control=6

Thanks for the info but i already knew that and i think it is kinda wrong, thats why i asked someones else opinion. I would rate speed around 9 and control 7-7.5. Speed 10.5 seems not fair to me as the 6 for control. Maybe i should start a thread about it...

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See the thread Yinhe Mercury Blades Series



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Originally posted by Stoi Stoi wrote:

Originally posted by arg0 arg0 wrote:

From the table in the first post:
T-4      Speed=10.5     Control=6

Thanks for the info but i already knew that and i think it is kinda wrong, thats why i asked someones else opinion. I would rate speed around 9 and control 7-7.5. Speed 10.5 seems not fair to me as the 6 for control. Maybe i should start a thread about it...

 
The T-4 does have much better control than the stats say and also it is not as fast as they would suggest. I have used one for 5 years+ and would never think about changing. If Galaxy were more realistic about the figures for this blade then they might get more people to try it.
 
The time when it does seem very fast is when you have a high throw rubber on and you play with a really closed blade. It is not so fast on the flat stuff.


Edited by JKC - 03/22/2012 at 6:08am
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Originally posted by onurzaim onurzaim wrote:

Nice list. Thanks!

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well the t4 is surely a lot faster than t1, t2 and t8. With any rubber. T4 is very very bouncy. For driving and smashing, it could be the fastest blade on earth. for looping, there might be something faster.
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Originally posted by JKC JKC wrote:

Originally posted by Stoi Stoi wrote:

Originally posted by arg0 arg0 wrote:

From the table in the first post:
T-4      Speed=10.5     Control=6

Thanks for the info but i already knew that and i think it is kinda wrong, thats why i asked someones else opinion. I would rate speed around 9 and control 7-7.5. Speed 10.5 seems not fair to me as the 6 for control. Maybe i should start a thread about it...

 
The T-4 does have much better control than the stats say and also it is not as fast as they would suggest. I have used one for 5 years+ and would never think about changing. If Galaxy were more realistic about the figures for this blade then they might get more people to try it.
 
The time when it does seem very fast is when you have a high throw rubber on and you play with a really closed blade. It is not so fast on the flat stuff.


JKC, don't forget that two different T-4s might be not too close in their numbers. The only way to slow down mine was to equip it with two Tuttle World#1 rubbers (which are pretty slow ALL rubbers). Even with them on quick loops it was quite fast.

It is in my opinion faster (on average) than T-8 - I would say it is less controllable in short game, pops up the ball more, and really requires specific rubbers so that an average club player could handle it.
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Originally posted by the_theologian the_theologian wrote:

I was referring more to the random N-6,7,8,10, and two 11's I received from megaspin. There were no special requests there.


Again, the problem is that I should not post anything but the official data - because the fact that there exists a blade with 90.7 g weight means what exactly? what is the standard Galaxy range? is it 90 +-3 or is it 88 +- 3 or is it 94 +- 3?

I could post something like "approx. 89" or "approx.90"... I guess. I would really like to get more data from the community, though.
 
I think it's useless to rely on the "official data".  It's not representative of what they send out into the field. Data gathered from what people have recorded is more useful and meaningful.  It shows the range of variation that one might get if they purchase from this 2nd rate blade (and rubber) manufacturer. Dead
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pine241041,

You might find this thread useful if you don't already know about it: http://ooakforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=11043
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Yes, that will be helpful.  Thank you.
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I really liked this thread. Is there a way to update it some. I thought the e-series were clones of acoustic and violin. I was curious which one was which. Also Yinhe has lots of new blades that seem to clone OSP blades.
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Originally posted by Toprank Toprank wrote:

I really liked this thread. Is there a way to update it some. I thought the e-series were clones of acoustic and violin. I was curious which one was which. Also Yinhe has lots of new blades that seem to clone OSP blades.


Feel free to post your addition to the table - then I will see what I can do to update it here (and in some other places).

You are correct - there are NR and NW series, there is Qiu Yike blades, etc.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brainstorm69 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/19/2012 at 10:44pm
That was a long time ago.  I appreciate any updates from Jim T or anyone else.  Yinhe has certainly put out new blades since the original blade table, and it's great if we can continue with newer and fresher info. 
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Originally posted by Brainstorm69 Brainstorm69 wrote:

That was a long time ago.  I appreciate any updates from Jim T or anyone else.  Yinhe has certainly put out new blades since the original blade table, and it's great if we can continue with newer and fresher info. 


That was just a spammer copying line from the second post - but he gives me an opportunity to remind others that yes indeed, a big "thank you" should go to Brainstorm69 for starting this whole thing.
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E4: Violin Clone
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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

That was just a spammer copying line from the second post - but he gives me an opportunity to remind others that yes indeed, a big "thank you" should go to Brainstorm69 for starting this whole thing.


JimT, I think you put at least as much effort into the update, so a big "thank you" should go to you for the original update to this.  Maybe its time for others to pick up the torch and move it further along. Smile

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