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My new MP77 and MP55

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Byro-Nenium, Oct 25, 2002.

  1. Byro-Nenium

    Byro-Nenium Regular Member

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    Just want to say something, not like its any significant or anything. Just didn't notice it on my previous MP77 and MP55.

    The frame of the MP55 is thicker than the MP77. I don't know the reason why. It just is.....
     
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    Just newer design perhaps. both mp 88, mp99 have thinner frames than mp100 does. thinner=more aerodynamics=less air-resistence ?
     
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    Do you mean a new MP 77 vs new MP55?
    Or new MP77 vs old MP55?
     
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    Both are new
     
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    wow, that means you spent 500Ringgit on racquets. Must be all the money you save from not playing.
     
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    How did u guess??

    its amazing how much u save :D
     
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    Supposedly because you don't have to buy so many drinks as you are unable to lose!!

    Yahh!!!
     
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    No actually its because i don't have to pay any court fees since i'm not playing.

    btw, thanx for that last message. Not sure whether it was meant to be provocative or not.
     
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    No, just teasing.

    Don't S'poreans play for drinks?
     
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    nope not always, i haven't done that for ages even since before getting injured..... oh well, i can't emphasize how frustrating it is sitting on my butt not playing.. its annoying and jogging is boring

    hehehe Thats singaporean, always complain... hehehe
     

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