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 729 Dynasty
by Mark 15 years ago
 Re: 729 Dynasty
by cole 15 years ago
 PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by mark 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by cole 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by Mark 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by cole 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by Mike 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by hyphen 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by cole 15 years ago
Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by Hyphen 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by cole 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by Hyphen 15 years ago
 Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c
by Mousem40 15 years ago


The following message (subject: Re: PF4-1 and 729 FX-c) was posted by Hyphen, on 12/7/2004 5:35:26 PM:
The 563 is softer and generates a bit more spin especially on chop serves. The Dr Evil is definitely faster and more punchy on blocks.

It is easier to do a BH roll/topspin opening with the 563 and the 563 allows a slightly softer block with a little more drop on it. The Dr Evil I have has 1.5mm Magic Red sponge so maybe that is creating the extra speed and reducing the control a bit?

I am still learning to use pips out by in general the 563 is probably an easier rubber to return serve with but in time the Dr Evil might be better for close to the table blocking/hitting.
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