No, scuba dude, test isn’t test, they each have different actions and half lives in the body. Every test i have used produced slightly different results. Saying test is test is like saying egg protein is like Whey isolate. You can generalize all you want, but it is an elementary outlook of steroids. [/quote]
the half lives are indeed different and this will account for slightly different results, but they do not have different actions in the body. in that respect test is test. the differences experienced are due solely to the peaks and valleys of blood concentrations of test.
a more appropriate analogy would be using ion-exchange whey isolate and cfm whey isolate.
if one were to take the same amount of prop and enanthate ED (base weight, not ester) then, the effects would be indistinguishable in the steady state (mid-cycle) and only discernable at the begining and end of the cycle.
however, once we start moving the injections further apart, we start getting more peaks and valleys in blood test concentration between injections. more so for the prop due to its shorter halflife. this will influence the rate at which estrogen and DHT is formed, leading to slight differences between the esters, other than just blood test concentration effects.
but it is due to the delivery pattern which can be modified. the more often you inject, the less the differences between esters.