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    enantat or cypionate

    WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES, if any.

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    No real difference, they both taste the same.

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    taste....wow.....they are both fairly the same, however enan has one less carbon chain than cyp, and cyp has an aromatase ring, so the cyp needs the extended ester. there is also roughly .2mg per 100mg more potency in enan. Basically cyp. is old technology and enan. is a newer product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrkyBgStok
    taste....wow.....they are both fairly the same, however enan has one less carbon chain than cyp, and cyp has an aromatase ring, so the cyp needs the extended ester. there is also roughly .2mg per 100mg more potency in enan. Basically cyp. is old technology and enan. is a newer product.
    Good reply bro

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    Good reply Frky!

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    cyp and eth are practically the same, but it's good to switch esters so your body won't adapt to either one. Especially on long cycles you should switch it around a bit

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    They might be a little different but I dont think you will really see big difference in the results.

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    cyp ester contains a total of 8 carbons, enanthate ester contains 7 carbons. The more carbon atoms an ester has, the greater the oil to water solubility. So, the more carbon atoms an ester has, the greater the half-life the molecule will have, simply because you are changing the rate at which the test is transferred from the lipids to the blood. This accounts for Enan 10-14 dya half life compared to Cyps 17-21.

    Now, Enan will render a higher mg dose because adding carbon atoms to the ester increases total molecular weight. You cant compare Enan 250 to Cyp 200 though. It would have to be a comparison of exact mg to mg basis

    Bottom line is, half-life is different, other than that it doesn't make much difference as the 2mg per 100mg won't make much difference when stacking 500+. So go with the bang for the buck. If you can Enan 250 for less than a 200mg Cyp, then save some money for food and get the Enan

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    Quote Originally Posted by superman2
    cyp and eth are practically the same, but it's good to switch esters so your body won't adapt to either one. Especially on long cycles you should switch it around a bit

    Also, the body does not adapt to esters, or compounds. You initiate recpetor upregulation with saturation so that isn't an issue. The only reason why gaining slows is becasue of the 1. Change in body weight set piont, and 2. The body can only adapt to so much weight in a specified amount of time

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    Pheedno put it very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheedno
    cyp ester contains a total of 8 carbons, enanthate ester contains 7 carbons. The more carbon atoms an ester has, the greater the oil to water solubility. So, the more carbon atoms an ester has, the greater the half-life the molecule will have, simply because you are changing the rate at which the test is transferred from the lipids to the blood. This accounts for Enan 10-14 dya half life compared to Cyps 17-21.

    Now, Enan will render a higher mg dose because adding carbon atoms to the ester increases total molecular weight. You cant compare Enan 250 to Cyp 200 though. It would have to be a comparison of exact mg to mg basis

    Bottom line is, half-life is different, other than that it doesn't make much difference as the 2mg per 100mg won't make much difference when stacking 500+. So go with the bang for the buck. If you can Enan 250 for less than a 200mg Cyp, then save some money for food and get the Enan
    great post pheedno, I also agree that the cost is the big factor get whatever is cheaper.

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