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post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

That's funny I have the hien coming in 1-2 days.. so I'd say wait mate and I can tell you how it glides

edit: I also have the zero, shidenkai, and original hayate for comparison thumb.gif (spoiler hayate was my favorite)

thinking.gif Darlin'...you got to let me know......Should I stay or should I go? bike.gif

Omg, time is running out...

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Originally Posted by Soo8 View Post

Hein's glide is way faster than any other regular cloth pad (g-sr, qck,goliathus...). The surface is from what feels like nylon weave fabric: rough and has this plasticy feel to the fabric. And for the glide this pad provides it has great control. And the base is the best in the biz too. The only real gripe I have is that the rough fabric and hard edges irritate my skin. And if you wear long sleeves they get caught on the edges sometimes.

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post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by Passante View Post

thinking.gif Darlin'...you got to let me know......Should I stay or should I go? bike.gif

Omg, time is running out...
specool.gifbiggrin.gif

I disagree with Soo8. Hien is slower than my GTF-X using good mouse feet.
but it's a good pad if you are comfortable with it.
post #13 of 26
xtrfy XTP1, big version, you wont regret it.

The pad feels very flat and good to your hands (and believe me i hated soft pads for this exact reason)

Only with enough pressure you can make a depression/dent in it.

Rubberized bottom, comes in cool and high quality prints/colors too.
post #14 of 26
The way I meant cloth pads is the classic qck smooth type regular cloth pads. The GTF-X and Swift RX are the rougher speedier nylon type.
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post #15 of 26
Oh? Last time I used a Qck+ it felt much rougher, but dunno.
post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by Soo8 View Post

The way I meant cloth pads is the classic qck smooth type regular cloth pads. The GTF-X and Swift RX are the rougher speedier nylon type.

ahh, my bad.
it is definitely faster than the G-SR. tongue.gif
post #17 of 26
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Ok guys, my adrenaline slowly decreased and I decided to wait a few days evaluating every suggestion!

My helmet is still on though...so I'm in a battle mode. gunner2.gif

If I have to give you a direction I'd tell you I actually own the func 1030 XL (one of the fastest pads around) and I like it a lot, although I'd really appreciate if I had more control. It's the eternal compromise between speed and control.

So If you know which is the fastest soft pad I'm all ears for you! redface.gif
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by Passante View Post

Ok guys, my adrenaline slowly decreased and I decided to wait a few days evaluating every suggestion!

My helmet is still on though...so I'm in a battle mode. gunner2.gif

If I have to give you a direction I'd tell you I actually own the func 1030 XL (one of the fastest pads around) and I like it a lot, although I'd really appreciate if I had more control. It's the eternal compromise between speed and control.

So If you know which is the fastest soft pad I'm all ears for you! redface.gif

G-TFX, just sucks to get it flat.
Dechanic Control is a good cheaper option too, it's not as fast but you get more control.
Artisan Hayate Otsu is also of the faster kind, but I don't think it's better than the two mentioned above.
post #19 of 26
Qck+ or Heavy. Zowie GS-R. Good choices.
post #20 of 26
Look up the mm300 i feel like its very underrated - also the grey scheme covers up stains etc.

I like the mm300 just as much as if not even more than my zowie g-sr
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