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    Posted: 05/04/2022 at 9:36pm
Do you know any good spinny pips (short or medium) to be used for BH?

I'm looking to increase grip of my index finger on my BH rubber - when I have a non-spinny short pips rubber on BH, my index finger keeps moving and slipping and makes my strokes less stable, especially the FH.

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Victas Vo>102, very spinny. Miyuu Kihara uses it on her backhand.
Blade: OSP Martin AC custom
FH: Donic Bluegrip C2 (max)
BH: DMS Störkraft (0.8mm)
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729 563-1 med pips.
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Spinlord Degu has a decently grippy topsheet. I can even pick up balls for a second or so with the smooth part below the pips. 
Thibar Dynamic J7, FH: Dr. Spinlord Degu, BH: Donic Bluefire M3
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I am curious.

Are short pips rubber automatically fast or faster than the fastest of smooth rubber ?

And that the consideration for choosing one or another is whether that particular short pips produces any spins or more spins compared to the other.
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I am curious.

Are short pips rubber automatically fast or faster then the fastest smooth rubbers ?

And that the consideration in using among the different short pips in whether one produces any spins or that it produces more spins compared to the others.

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KTK Stranger pips-out. Tacky rubber material, special formula.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

Be happy.

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Originally posted by penholderxxx penholderxxx wrote:

I am curious.

Are short pips rubber automatically fast or faster then the fastest smooth rubbers ?

And that the consideration in using among the different short pips in whether one produces any spins or that it produces more spins compared to the others.


Depends on what you define as fast.

If I'm smashing and the opponent is at the table, a SP smash using 20/50/80% power will be very fast.

However, the ball loses speed very quickly, I'm guessing because the ball deals with a lot more air resistance etc. when it lacks spin. So  if  your opponent is fishing, a SP smasher will give them more time. Which isn't a problem as countering a smash with no spin, 3-5 metres back is not easy. And with SP, you see the counter coming from a mile away / handcuff your smashes to their BH to put them in a horrible position.
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