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Most Head Heavy Racket?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by alexkho, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. alexkho

    alexkho Regular Member

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    My friend is looking for the most head heavy racket....

    he don't want to put lead tape

    so i just wondering what kind of recomendation you guys are going to give

    i told him AT800D AT900P AT700 but he say he does not like th swing of the racket

    he use to play with TI10 but TI10 always break ? so any idea?

    Thanks again
     
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    twobeer Regular Member

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    Kumpoo TRERAKE 170g is pretty head heavy...

    http://www.kumpoo.jp/rackets/trerake.html
     
  3. alexkho

    alexkho Regular Member

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    haha he want to play with racket .. not train with it .....

    cool racket for training....
     
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    at700 ltd......the most head heavy racket i have tried......BP around 320 mm
     
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    well i know the AT700 LTD but .. he does not like the swing of it .... he like the TI10 alot .. and want sometime similar to it ...
     
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    does it have to be a yonex?
     
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    then try at900T, not 100% same but i feel slighty better than Ti-10 in every aspect except price :D Swing more faster and more easy to defend.
     
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    no don't have to be a yonex

    as i stated he don't seem to like the AT series.... he say the swing of it is not really the same
     
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    fufufu then try SOTX D600 or APACS AMP 90 if you consider other brands, both have same characteristic with Ti-10 at least for me :D Remember try first before buy :D
     
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    well i am going let him try my apacs Nanopro 9900

    see if he like it .........

    by the way i stay in a kampung here.. hard to find racket to test....
     
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    hmmm i never try nanopro 9900 but so far the best Apacs i've been tried is AMP series...powerful :D
     
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    Definitely lead a racket up. If you want head heavy, it's the best way to do it. That way, you get the feel of whatever racket you like and the head heaviness you want.
     
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    Why not just get the Ti-10 if he like the swing of it?? It's not THAT fragile...
     
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    ti-10 is hard to get here .... only way is to ship it to the US

    well he like to try something new
    maybe i will ask him take a chance and get the NS9900 .........
     
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    Has he tried MP99??
     
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    it's phase out in us too

    only way to get it is buying oversea

    MP99 kind of overprice.... anyone here know the MP limited is the same thing ??? it look the same but half the cost
     
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    There are still some MP99 in Evil Empire's warehouse...
     
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    If your friends doesn't like the swing of the AT700, is there any chance he doesn't like head heavy at all? Personally, I dislike the swing of all rackets that are too head-heavy.
     
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    it is easy!!!armortec 700 limited edition will help .. plus the power of 900 power
     
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    I believe the Beijing Olympics ltd edition AT700 is a new model, different from the old AT700 or the Armortec 2003/2004 Superbrands ltd edition.
     

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