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AT900p and AT900t

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by dlsk07, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. dlsk07

    dlsk07 Regular Member

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    What is the main difference between AT900p and AT900t?
     
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    Ones for power and ones for technique. ;)
     
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    haha, i know that obvious one, i just needed to know the SPECIFIC differences, for example, AT900T is good for defence. (That's all I know to be honest, haha)
     
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    both are very heavy racquets. when i first played with my at900t, ares got tired after just one game. the at900p is also great racquet, solid hit feeling.
     
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    ya, upstairs has given out a link n explained everything u need..
     
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    that's strange, because my AT900t is 2 strings, 4U, G4, and don't worry it is from a genuine Yonex stocklist
     
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    to me it way too light, because I normally use the 80/90's heavy racquets like Carbonex (which my dad passed on to me, haha), so when I smash, it is mega fast
     
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    oh yeah and the string is BG 65 Ti, not Nanogy 68
     
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    Use the search field.. i am sure you will find a lot of information...
     

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