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99 balance point

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by calfunz, May 25, 2006.

  1. calfunz

    calfunz Regular Member

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    hi all i am wondering what the optimal bp is on the mp-99-->this is with strings on. what is the length, much help appreciated! oh and the weight what is the weight a 2u mp-99 is suppose to be, becuase mine is 111.2 grams o.0 that is i have one over grip covering the wood then i have a towel grip-->weighs alot! again much help appreciated thanx!
     
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    um anyone?
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    Sounds about right for a 90g odd racquet unstrung. And the balance point on my 2 racquets is closer to the handle, in where where the Muscle Power 99 is written on the shaft.
    If that is too heavy, get a 3U. They seem to light for me.
     
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    yes i am thinking of either a ti-10 or cab 30 ms, or a 3u 99....but the balance point on mine is at the M of the muscle power 99, that is relatively low considering it is even balance?
     
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    if your grip/grips are heavy then the balance point will be effected.
     
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    There's NO universal "optimal" for everyone. Some ppl prefers head heavy balance, some prefers head light, and the rest might like down the middle. So, go figure... :cool:
     
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    oh i thot their was an bp where your racket works the best with or is designed to work the best with
     

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