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    Posted: 07/07/2019 at 10:46pm
Hello everyone, I would like some recommendations of rubbers for my blade CYPRESS G MAX, I do not want to use Butterfly, and I look for other options.  I am evaluating the new Andro Rasanter, Xiom Omega 7 or others.
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I use MX-S for the FH and MX-P for the BH. I like the combo and cost but be mindful that it is a tad heavy. Hope this helps.
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Medium Hard

Tibhar MX-P
Andro Rasanter R47
Andro Hexxer HD
XIOM Vega/Omega Pro

Hard

Tibhar MX-P 50
Andro Rasanter R50
DHS GoldArc 8
XIOM Vega/Omega Asia

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It's a beautiful $300+ Butterfly blade, it cries out for Butterfly rubber. LOL
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I was using tenergy 05/64 for both front and back for my JP I-S jpen. But now switched to yasaka rakza 7 soft. Great for punch blocks. It also depends on the weight of your gmax. I have an used gmax at 109g but I'm planning on using rakza 7 soft on it also as soon as I burn through my 5 JP I-Ss
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My current favourite with hinoki is Rakza 7! Its a really balanced rubber which does everything well! And it is quite economical too!
Yasaka Rakza PO Yasaka Ebony Carbon Yasaka Rakza X   
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