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    Posted: 01/12/2022 at 1:24pm
What rubber has a similar bouncy feeling like T05?

Currently using Fastarc G1 but i noticed it's a lot more linear. It requires a lot more effort for balls where I am not in good position. Does anybody having suggestion for a more bouncy alternative?
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Tibhar MX-P.
Probably not as bouncy as T05 on passive strokes but otherwise same speed. You can hit winner out of position with small quick stroke.
Downside is poor durability.
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Rasanter R42 is crazy bouncy too.
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IN NUMBERS WE TRUST.
Human perceptions are delusive. We have a standard instrument to measure the "catapultIve" effect on rubber sheets within a decimal accuracy. SCHOB pendulum weighing 300 grammes is now used to imitate collision between the table tennis ball and rubber at speed 130 Kmh.

Schob Rebound resilience for Tenergy 2.0 sponge is measured 62%
And yes, there are several table tennis sponges on market to overtake Tenergy'.

Be happy.
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You are welcome to submit your rubber samples to our engineering lab for our expert evaluation using Schob pendulum.
Again, this machine is available from Alibaba at affordable price.

Be happy.

LABORATORY TESTING LOG.
Of the most recent resilience tests, GD SUPERVELOCE sponge is the best impressive with 63% record.

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perhaps the GEWO Nexxus line would be equally bouncy as Tenergy.  Also consider the DNA Platinum from Stiga.
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G1 boosted with two thin layers of FTL or Seamoon would be pretty bouncy.
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