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My Racquets ratings! mostly Yonex

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by jsunsun, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. xiaoheng

    xiaoheng Regular Member

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    oic.... thanks for the info :)
     
  2. ShwepsasSS

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    Anyone can say about that racket Yonex MP-10LT
     
  3. Wilson K Factor

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    what about arcsaber 10, and ont forget WILSON (K)TOUR
     
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    The arc10 is probably more well rounded, and not so much an offensive racket. not very durable either :(
    (broke mine in a month)
     
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    yonex rackets


    I broke my yonex ns9000 within 2 weeks of playing. I didn't even restring with higher tension just the bg65 with 22lbs. I'm a hard hitter and I just found it too soft to play with. To me wilson rakets are stronger. I used wilson N2 for around 6 months with 26/27 lbs before breaking it. now I'm using ashaway kevlar 7000 which is strong too, but not like n2 which has more sweet spots for smashing than any other racket as its the widest and longest racket in the market. I'll buy a wilson k factor tour soon. Hope I'll enjoy that again.
     
  6. stussy99

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    U can try APACS~ thr VH series and AMP series is very good and cheap~ :)
     
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    guide me plz

    I have played all my life with ordinary rakets strung in the factory.Recently I bought (after considerable money saving) yonex carbonex 8
    I am basically a defensive single player.Is it good enough for me considering that I am an intermediate player?If not then what are other models you guys would propose for me?
     
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    You can try APACS Amortec Pro 95. ^^ It is cheap & Valuable. I am very lucky tat APACS sell in Malaysia very cheap but their Malaysia website like a SHIx. =.= Dont know the APACS marketing do wat..haha..
     
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  9. IMEVIL

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    Heard of JSPEE?

    Hi, does anyone know of a racket brand JSPEE? I just got one (model 88000) from HK. It's overall light (85-89g); little head heavy . It is as light as HL 8800 Dragon and the head is lighter than AT900Tech. The shaft is pretty flexible. I tried it out last night but I had a hard time judging it because I strung it at 27 lbs and am having a hard time generating clear/smash power and finding the sweet spot. Net drop is great though!
    Well, anyway, I know it's too late to "do my homework now" since I already bought it. I just want to find out more about this brand. The sales told me it is from Taiwan and it is made stronger (more carbon) than Yonex (which is not too hard to do, I supposed...;))
    Please help!
     
  10. Lau Niu

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    Hi, I am new here. Who can give me advise on Yonex Cab 21 SP vs. Cab 21 special?Thks.
    I am currently using Bedini Zig Zag.
     
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    So far i own and tried cab20 (purple), cab20 original (blue and red), cab23, cab22, cab20 pro, cab30 (2u and 3u), mp88, mp99, mp90, mp100, ti7 light, ti7, ti10 (2u and 3u), ns7k, ns8k, ns9k type s, arc10 (3u and 2u)

    Racket that best suit me mp99 3u, cab30 3u and ns9k type s for doubles; mp100, ti10 2u and ns8k 3u for singles.

    Strings best for me either bg80 or nbg98 at 24 to 26 pounds.
     
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    anyone done the AT 600?
     
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    Got the AT 600 w/ BG80 at 23 lbs. I must say I'm having a great time smashing. The control is good too.
     
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    What about the Head Metallix 10K, 8K, 6K, 4K, and 2K? Any opinion on those racquets?
     
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    I have a Yonex Muscle Power 3... Doesn't seem to be on any of the lists I've seen so far, although I'm assuming that (hopefully) it's similar to the Muscle Power 99s and 88s.

    Or am I just missing the model type here?
     
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    lol :D you are kidding right ?
     
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    played with the 4k , it is not a bad racket for a 2nd or 3rd racket. It is one you can use for coaching or playing with less experience partner in double (clashes) . It is one that you would use occasionally when you are feeling fatigue or having a lazy day. Definitely worth having one in the bag !
     
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    My fav racket is Yonex armotec 700 old color : Rating 9/10
     
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    Heh. I should've done my research! Sorry. Nice racquet anyway, lol. The pricetag was $70 AU.
     
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    any reviews regarding flypower black pearl 07
     
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