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APACS fan club

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by clearng, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. Gunnersfan

    Gunnersfan Regular Member

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    lethal 70 can go up to 40lbs.....
    edgesaber z-slayer can go to 38lbs.....
    but to go to above 35lbs is crazy....
    you will tear up your shoulder....
     
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    Any APACS distributor in the philippines?
     
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    yeah i know man its really crazy..but its just their reference to prove that racket is really good..that is why they chose it and me too..lethal 70 up to 40lbs?? cool..how much is lethal 70?? thanks
     
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    i dont quite remember exactly the price but i think it's around RM300
    but with some discount, it should be lower....
     
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    LELONG is just online store....
    if you go to KL, go to Racket World in Pertama Complex....
    they sell a lot of Apacs rackets....
    another store is Sport Horizon which located at Squash Stadium in Bukit Jalil....
     
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    I just had a badminton session last night where I was able to test out the Apacs Nano Fusion 722 Speed racket... lovely feel in terms of swiveling about the racket... excellent for last minute changes in direction, trick shots, drop shots. It kind of makes me feel that I have stunning reflexes. I'm however a little disappointed in the free string that came with the racket, which thoroughly lacks repulsion and sound. I think the ideal string for this racket would be BG6 or BG66 at at least 28-30lbs.
     
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    thanks Gunnersfan..im going to stay near pertama..Sport Horizon? is it near in pertama also? thans again:)
     
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    welcome....
    Sport Horizon is at Squash Stadium at Bukit Jalil.....
    if you stay near pertama then better you go there....
    yonex rackets price at pertama is cheaper than sport horizon.....
    i think the same applies to apacs'....
     
  10. LiningBOY97

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    Apacs Rappier 8dx is the best!!
     
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    i'm thinking about getting finapi 232 or lethal 8. can someone give some review about these racket?
     
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    i haf nt tried de finappi series but i haf de lethal 8.L8 is nt bad, lite, fast, clearing is a breeze, smash wise so-so
     
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    HELP TO CHOOSE A POWERFUL AND FASTER THAN TANTRUM 200 (3u-G2)

    hi all BCer Fans, I got a tantrum 200 for awhile, very happy with its perfomance, recently I read close to 300 pages of APACS fans comments and reviews, I like to get something like new release Lethal 110 (as powerful as T200 only faster), but not available in my market yet, so I look for alternative and found this review quite helpful but not enough to make decision.
    [h=2]Visible Hollow 2000 / Visible Hollow 1800 / Tantrum 200[/h]
    Received 4 visible hollow 2000s. The balance points are within the error limit. The racket is easy to use, easier than VH1800; more aerodynamics (like VH1700). The speed gives hell lot or power. The control shots (only first day of play) do not come out as precise as T200 but they are above average. Overall feels head heavy without additional PU grip. The racket is stable, shot are pretty much precise. Racket vibration/impact shock is less.
    Power: VH2000~ VH1800>T200
    Speed: VH2000>>T200~VH1800
    Control: T200>VH1800>VH2000
    Stability: T200> VH2000 ~ VH1800
    Stiffness: T200>VH2000~VH1800
    Shock absorption: VH2000~VH1800>T200
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php/39002-APACS-fan-club/page256
    my choice so far is VH 2000/2020, but the comparison above if 3U racquets I assumed? what if I choose a VH 2020 4u, I gain some speed due to lighter racquet with aero- dynamic frame design slim frame, less air resistance than box shape, but will I forgone some power to choose VH 2000 4U over tantrum 200 3U ?
    or I should go with vh 2000 3u, this is the part I confuse and can't make decision, any1 had experiences about these racquet please help, much appreciate.
     
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    I have one unit Apacs Feather Weight 100 second hand unit want to let's go, lets me know anyone is interested. It is very light so not suitable with my style. No paint chips and defects and used one 21-points game only.

    Weight:
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    Weight: ~79g
    Balance: Head heavy
    Flex: Medium
    Tension: 30lbs(V), 33lbs(H)
    Material: High Modulus Graphite
    Price: RM180 (Original Price RM225+RM20 for BG66 Ultimax)

    PM me if you are interested.

    Thanks.
    Jyno
     
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    if you get used to play with a stiff racket, then i suggest you to get back a racket with same stiffness.

    so i would like to suggest you to buy 3U Lethal 90.

    Frame Material: 30T Japan High Modulus Graphite + Carbon Nano Tubes
    Shaft Material: 40T Japan High Modulus Graphite + Carbon Nano Tubes
    Frame Type: High Speed Muscle
    Grommet System: 72 Holes
    Shaft Diameter: 7.0mm
    Weight: 87-89g (3U)
    BCP: 290+3mm (Slightly Head Heavy)
    Flex: 7.5-8.0 (Stiff)
    Grip: G2 (G4)
    Length: 675mm
    Max Tension: 35 lbs

    have more power with its slightly head heavy frame, and more speed with the high speed frame.
     
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    oh they don't have that model L90 here.
     
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    i'm working in Asia for awhile. it costs alot less than in N.A. let's get back to the topic, is VH2000/2020 3U or 4U will beat Tantrum in power and speed?
     
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    just go for 3U vh2000/2020, if not u will feels that's lack of power.
     
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    Hi guys! I just bought a tweet 6000 today. My forza morten frost autograph racquet(18yrs old) broke and I wanted to buy something with a similar feel (light overall with heavier head for smashing power). I chose the racquet by the feel of afew hard swings (layman). Took a few racquets from prince, gosen forza and apacs to try before the boss of the shop recommended tweet 6000, telling me that it's a fast wielding racquet, thin shaft with a heavier head. Boy, the feel of the swing was damn good. My swings are definitely faster and more powerful compared to the previous few models and yet I can feel the weight of the head. wondered if anyone here used this racquet and would like to hear your reviews. I would post mine when I get to use it next week. Cheers!!
     

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