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Titan Competition Silicone Rings

By Titan_Pinball

6 years ago

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    #41 6 years ago

    If this gets the "O-Din" seal of approval, I'll be pretty damn impressed...
    Always good to see someone trying to improve upon the standard without sacrificing tradition.

    Side note,
    I went back to traditional flipper rubbers on everything a few months back because it felt like I was cheating with the Superbands.
    Looks like I'll be putting in a sample order with Titan to see if they can finally cut the Spicoli mustard.

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    #301 6 years ago
    Quoted from vid1900:

    Looking closely, is it a dent, or did material wear away?

    I think most silicone bands tend to dent/stretch like that.
    The clear versions that PL sells did anyway; pretty quickly too...
    The orange ones above look like they have about the same wear as mine did.
    Corners seem to flatten out over time as well, (see first pic w/orange rubber on that JP, closest to bumper for example) so I tend to rotate them faster than the traditional rubbers.

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    #1867 4 years ago
    Quoted from dung:

    Any real amount of stretch and the color changes which is fine

    Make sure once they're installed that you re-distribute the tension (plus any twist) to get rid of the white appearance in the GITD, or any color for that matter.
    It will also allow the silicone to have a consistant bounce.

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