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Flypower Arbi fan club

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by TheSmasherKing, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. TheSmasherKing

    TheSmasherKing Regular Member

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    well flypower fans, mind sharing pictures of ur flypower rackets here? :)
     
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    Hi, All..

    I've Warriors 7 and blue batik shirt ... :)
     
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    here's mine...

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    :)
     
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    Hi bros : may i know where to buy Kido's racket in Singapore ?
     
  5. TheSmasherKing

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    well, here's my flypower/asg rackets :) RACKET-ASG - TORNADO 800 (MARKIS KIDO).jpg RACKET-ASG - ATTACK POWER 9.jpg RACKET-ASG - WARRIORS 7 (HENDRA SETIAWAN).jpg
     
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    well, i've just re-string my flypower racket... for ur info, i love to have flypower logo on my string... usually i will request the shop to draw the logo on my racket (and they will use special ink to draw it).. but recently i wanted to draw it by myself using permanent marker...will permanent marker drawing damage the string? any info on this? :) thanx
     
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    permanent marker will damage the string, you need a stencil ink

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/product_info.php?cPath=25_62_155&products_id=495
     
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    yes!!!!v :) enigma has finally reach my place... :) hehehe... still waiting for vigor to come...
     
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    Here are my Flypower stuff:
    A batik design bag, 2 x Enigma 900, 1 x Tornado 700, a batik Markis Kido/Hendra Setiawan sulcool t-shirt, and a pair of Phantom shoes. :D
     

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    wow!!!! i like ur batik bag mongoose... :) how much did u buy? it's nice to have a full set of flypower equipments.. :)
     
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    Can you buy flypower stuff online? I'd love a bag, shoes & tops (blue/white combo definately the best they have brought out!) but there's no chance a shop would stock them in the UK. Is there a particular website that stock any amount of flypower goodies??
     
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    The bag, t-shirt and Enigma 900 came as a package. I bought the other Enigma 900 separately.
     
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    mind sharing where you bought them? thanks!
     
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    I bought them from a shop on the 2nd floor of Queensway Shopping Centre. But I may have bought the only 2 pieces available. If there were more, I would probably have bought them all! Haha! :)
     
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    how's enigma 900? does it feels the same as tornado 800? head heavy with stiff shaft?
     
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    I have never used Tornado 800. The Enigma is indeed head heavy. As I grew up with Yonex, I personally find the shaft of the Enigma not as stiff as the high-end Yonex models. Perhaps the flex of the Muscle Power 88 might be closest to the Enigma.
     
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    does is close to muscle power 66 in terms of stifness? i've used mp66 few yrs ago... :)
     
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    thanks. saw them when i went there today. i'm more tempted by the dunlop biomimetic rackets which i saw in another shop though.
     

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