Post Reply. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum. It seems an ideal rubber for the fh,speed of 64 and spin of 05 more or less I don't care is it a good fh rubber? Note: the T05 has been used for approximately hours of local club level play, but is still in good condition no large noticible difference from when new. I think more and more people are realizing that the Hexer etc. Spin seemed to be pretty much the same to me and was very good on both setups. In the last tournament I played With Joola Rhyzm and I won both under and underso games went great. So a thumbs up for the Fastarc G-1 and I'm going to go with this over the T I have played couple of times with G1 and I agree with findings above. My thoughts are that when the new poly comes official - reckon it may not be until - I will probably look at tacky rubbers for the FH so it will be a shift away from T
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Nittaku Fastarc P-1, Nittaku Fastarc G-1, Nittaku Fastarc C-1 and V Asia > Fastarc G-1 > Xiom Omega V Euro > Fastarc C-1 > Fastarc P The C-1 comes into the series softer than G-1 and P-1 but a bit harder than S-1 I found Fastarc c1 to be in between the classic rubber tier (Sriver, Mark V) and. See users' ratings and reviews of the Nittaku Fastarc C-1 and other equipment.
Fastarc rubbers: G-1 and S-1 and utilizes them to make the new Fastarc C. topsheet, this one do not that sentitive to spin, let say around Mark V level.
Extremely easy to do spinny serves because of its really grippy top sheet and its overall crisp feel.
This is okay for me though because it rewards maintaining form and technique at controllable speeds more than Tenergy, and discourages me from going for high-risk shots in favor of consistent and well-placed point-winning ones. Posted: Wed May 14, am.
If anyone else knows where I can get them any cheaper I would be very appreciative if they could share. Posted: Sat Sep 13, am. So far it has really complimented my game as my backhand rubber and has let me capitalize on my rpb punch and control at the table.
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Nittaku fastarc g-1 vs c-1
|This is a definite advantage of the FastArc over the Tenergy, as when the loops are faster and spinnier I prefer the newer generation stuff though.
I have played couple of times with G1 and I agree with findings above. FastArc C-1 eats the ball very well and sends back a spinny ball but with little forward momentum when chopping on either wing.
Posted: Sat Sep 13, am.
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RPB: Nittaku FastArc C-1 red mm (super thick) a weight for FastArc C-1 itselfthe overall weight of my racket came down by g from The reduced catapult of FastArc C-1 compared to Tenergy kept my shots accurate.
I decided to give Fastarc G-1 a try, though still an expensive rubber it does save a.
Table Tennis 11 do Nittaku Fastarc G-1 for about £31 per sheet, which is the. C1's sponge hardness sits in between that of G1 and S1.
Members Profile. It feels more controllable for slower loops than G1. Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 6 guests. Blocks just behave differently than with Tenergy.
Played in a training camp today at my club and got to try the rubber against a few different kinds of players. So a thumbs up for the Fastarc G-1 and I'm going to go with this over the T Im at the same path as you, just ordered a C-1 to replace my old tenergy05 and bryce speed.
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|I played with S-1 same sponge as C-1 and had the same problem coming from Tenergy Has great feel, arc and ball placement.
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Don't want to see any advertising? Post Reply. I think the perception of control comes from the crisper feel of FastArc C-1 compared to Tenergy's dwelly feel.
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