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    Posted: 04/06/2022 at 8:48pm
The problem is: I need some variants of non-tacky rubbers to match Stiga Dynasty FH side. Now I use Skyline 2, it's doing the job well, you can execute brushing loops from below the table, you can hit some cracking loopkills, short game is great, but I think of something not so physically demanding.
Out of the ESN family of rubbers, Gewo EL50 looks to match Dynasty, it delivers good spin and safe arcs, but you need to use a large straight-arm stroke, like Wang Liqin himself, and you work equally hard to any Chinese FH rubber. You win nothing but lose in the short-short department. I need something like it, but suited for a more compact FH stroke, not too soft because I like to powerloop at full power, but something that does not make you swing at full power every time.
Anyone who uses Stiga Dynasty, please, share your findings 😀😀😀
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Tibhar K2 works for me.
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K2 is also a tacky rubber with half-Chinese behaviour. You also need to power through it to land a decent shot, don't you?
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Did anyone try DNA Platinum H or EH with Dynasty?
Or, maybe, some Yasaka Dragons?
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T05 is the best option, or clones like Vega pro, Fastarc, etc. Not sure how current gen harder ESNs play. Not sure what to put on mine as well, but d09c works well which essentially is skyline with a more dynamic sponge anyway.
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to be honest, Fastarc G-1 is great on forehand. recently nittaku released the MAX thickness for fastarc g-1 too so if u are looking for power, the MAx thickness will be great for you. 

About matching rubber to blade, i think its more important that u match your rubber according to your strokes. your techniques are the one that produces the quality shots, the equipment just makes it easier for you to do so. but since you identify that you prefer compact strokes, thats 1 step closer to finding out what suits you

i used to play with skyline 3, then i jump to g-1 and right now i am using 729 battle 2 gold version.
reason i change from g-1 to battle 2 was cause i am able to generate my own power and i like to have more control in my recieve game.

when i was using g-1, it allowed me to do some lazy strokes ( haha pls dont do it tho) so i am sure it wont be physically taxing on you. 


TT11 did a comparison of rubbers with g-1 so base on the video, you probably can get a sense of the trajectory, speed and spin of the ball produced by g-1

i have tried donic baracuda too, similar performance to g-1 but i feel that g-1 has a higher spin and power potential compared to baracuda
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