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moving from at900t 4u4g to at900t 3u5g

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Vodude, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Vodude

    Vodude Regular Member

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    Will there be any difference if you originally using AT900T version 4U4G to AT900T3U5G?

    Also 3U means more durable than the 4U, is this correct?
     
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    yes 3U is more durable than 4U but the difference is a maximum of 5g so you should have little problem changing over.
     
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    I have heard the 4U one is more head heavy than the 3U.
     
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    Difference is actually maximum 10g, but it'll still be fast, just more powerful, less quick.
     
  5. Vodude

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    well.. i just broke my at900t 4u 4g..
    so actually i almost bought the fake at900t but as BCF member i think better i bought secondhand at900t than the fake one..
    So this second at900t i gonna get is a 3u 5g..
    R u guys sure at900t 4u 4g is more head heavy than the 3u 5g?
    Hmm..
     

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