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just broke my racket need new one!

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by ehuang11, Apr 15, 2003.

  1. ehuang11

    ehuang11 Regular Member

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    hey everybody i just recently broke my racket and i really need to get a new one..
    My price range is under $100 hopefully


    and suggestions?
     
  2. bigredlemon

    bigredlemon Regular Member

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    check the faq
     
  3. ehuang11

    ehuang11 Regular Member

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    ya acutally like... i had a tatic 9000 and i like how it was balcened but right now i'm looking at the following


    Winex Mighty Muscle 80
    Winex Swing Power 900
    Yang yang excel 2800
    Yang yang tatic 9000 (again?)
    Carlton Airblade 600 Ti

    i cant decide what kind of yonex would be right for me, but i'm trying to find one...

    any help?
     
  4. bigredlemon

    bigredlemon Regular Member

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    Tactic 9000 isn't a bad racquet so why not get another since you are already used to it? I'm not a big fan of Carlton myself but many people feel differently, If I was in your shoes, i'd get a MM100 or Winex SP 900. But then again, I'm not you, so you gotta decide which one you like better. I dont think you'll go wrong with the ones you listed.
     
  5. Squall Leonhart

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    i would recommend YY-MP-77, YY-ISO-SP, YY-MP-100 for Yonex rackets.

    however these rackets are over $100...
     
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    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    LOL... I always dream I can have some ability like that... :D

    Well, back to the topic. If u really like Yangyang Tactic 9000 (I own a 8500), why not get another one? To me, both 8500 (a little bit more head heavy) and 9000 are very good choice for USD$90. For the newer model, TMK8K, someone already metioned seemed not as good as the 8500/9000, but I did not try it, can't say whether agree or not.

    If u looking for an alternate choice, my vote will go for the following:

    1. Babolat Satellite Synchro: 85g, balanced, but the shaft is "med flex" not as stiff as tactic 9000. Very good overall performance. Currently my #1 choice in double.

    2. Winex MM90: 89g, head light, 1cm longer. Need a little bit time to adjust to it, but better power compare to most my "collections".

    3. Yonex: Cab20MS: I have a 2U, but seems a little bit too heavy for me. Besides that, great combo for power and control. A little bit regret, should go for a 3U back then.
     
  8. ehuang11

    ehuang11 Regular Member

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    alrighty thanks guys


    i've also been told the gosen 3000 is good...


    i'm still deciding! Thanks for all the infomation!
     
  9. wonger47

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    where are you from i'll sell you 2 yonex raquets for under $100
     
  10. ehuang11

    ehuang11 Regular Member

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    err california
     
  11. wonger47

    wonger47 Regular Member

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    oh ok well i'll sell you a yonex ISO96 vf Ti mesh and a ISO60 MF light for under $65.00 USD all you have to pay is shipping
     
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    wonger47 Regular Member

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    the shipping would cost around 50.00 canadian dollars which is about 30usdollarsso every thing would be about 85us dollars email me at wonger47@hotmail.com if your interested^^
     
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    Try A wilson Hyper Carbon 9.0 it's about $65.00 if they are produced over there. it a good power Racket if your more of a power player also a wilson hyper carbon 7.0 which is about $85.00 which is alos a power racket but a bit better control on the 7.0
     
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    i will also sell a yonex muscle power 100 for $100.00us + shipping
     
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    Is this brand new? If it's used, what's the condition about it. One of my friends seems interested to purchase a MP100.

    Also, which country code is that? 2U? 3U? grip size?
     
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    Very good condition.used.5 1/2mm chiped paint spots.2u g3.strung with bg-65 at 22lbs. country code CD(canada)
     

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