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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by boyzz77, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. boyzz77

    boyzz77 Regular Member

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    Im confusing to choose a racket.. it were bslyd,f9ltd,arcsaber10,arcsaberz-slash....anybody can help me..i love to smash and tricking...
     
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    why don't you go demo some rackets either from a demo program from a pro shop or just borrow them from friends?
     
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    all of the rackets are good for smash and tricking
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    how about victor superwave 35 or victor spira 21...those are head heavy rackets and they felt good when i hit a smash shot with them.
     
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    Ooo....but i dont like to heavy...but want 3u
     
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    erm... most racquets can be 3U themselves but the head balance is different only.. not the racquet weight...................................
     
  7. gundamzaku

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    Of the rackets u have listed I enjoy playing with the arczslash because the shaft is flexible for me to whip :). Brave sword is probably the quickest I think! Most clumsy is the arc10, I personally just hated the thing...and I have both 3u and 2u version :(
     
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    Which want u hate?????
     

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