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Finally narrowed down

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Swingbadabada, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Swingbadabada

    Swingbadabada Regular Member

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    Righteo seems like i ask for reccomendations far too much:
    Anyways Sotx W7,8,9 or D900

    I have a powerful smash but don't use it too much.
    I drop shot alot (main shot).
    Not lacking power on clears.
    Net shots aren't my game :p
    3U and preferably G4 OR G5
    Any helps appreciated
     
  2. Arceid

    Arceid Regular Member

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    Hey !

    I'll try to help you :

    You already have a good smash but don't use it and you want a 3u racket : w7 isn't for you, since it's very good for smashing and it's a 2u.

    After, it depends, the d900 is a very good overall racket, it seems like it will be the best for you out of those racket. I didn't try the w8 and w9, so I can't really know them, but it seems they are more defensive rackets.

    Arceid
     
  3. Swingbadabada

    Swingbadabada Regular Member

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    Right Thanks i've heard D900 is a decent racket
     
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    D900, W8 and W9 all perform about the same but with different stiffness and balance.
     
  5. Swingbadabada

    Swingbadabada Regular Member

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    I like stiffer rackets not too stiff though :/ erm right...
     
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    Get an Arc 10 or 7. 10's stiff 7's medium...
     
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    SOTX W7, W9, W11+ and D-600
     

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