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Name your 5 top rackets!!!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by rosso, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. DinkAlot

    DinkAlot dcbadminton
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    Nope, I changed my swing about 9 months ago and it's more suited for fast head rackets.

    P.S. Did you spell you handle name wrong on purpose? :p
     
  2. Athelete1234

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    Umm...I was half asleep...haha
    It doesnt' matter anyways. My spelling normally stinks :D
    BTW, how come when I look through some old posts, I read some that you've made a while ago, and when people quote your posts, it says "S4madman"?
     
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    Cab 8 (if u were my generation, everyone started with this)
    Prokennex 787 (again, if u were my generation, no explaination needed)
    AT 800De 4U (Fastest defence u can get without trading in an arm and leg)
    MP 99 (superb bananna)
    AT 900T (White paintjob that preform as good as it looks, u don't get that very often, plus its a chicks magnet)
     
  4. AMRaider

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    1. Yonex Cab20P/22 (2U-G4)
    2. Yonex Cab20-L (2U-G4)
    3. Yonex MP-100 (2U-G4)
    4. Yonex Cab23 (2U-G4)
    5. .............................?
     
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    1. AT700 4uG5
    2. AT700 4uG5
    3. AT900 TECHNIQUE 4UG5
     
  6. DinkAlot

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    That was my old handle, I no longer use it.

    Oh, BTW, new update again:

    1) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with white BG80 @ 28lbs.
    2) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with white BG80 @ 27lbs.
    3) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with blue BG80 @ 27lbs.
    4) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 (picking up tonight)
    5) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 (picking up tonight)

    :D
     
  7. Pete LSD

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    Look again :D:D:D

     
  8. stryfe

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    My fav rackets, in order of preference!

    1. Sotx Woven 8a :D
    2. Sotx Woven 12
    3. Yonex Nanospeed 8000
    4. Yonex Armortec 500

    Comparing the 8a and the 500, I noticed that when i used the 8a, i had a much quicker defence than the 500... In terms of power, pretty much the same... So my 8a comes out tops compared to my 500!
     
  9. skunklover

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    mine are:
    1.MP88 3UG5
    2.NS9KX 3UG5
    3.MP99 3UG5
    and, well, im not really sure about the rest
     
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    ooooppppsss.............:D:D same....
    the difference is i only have one:)
     
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    Speaking of wrong spelling, you missed out the 'r' in 'neighborhood' in your location Dink :p;)
     
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  12. DinkAlot

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    Where? Check again. ;):p
     
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    Armortec 900 P
    Nanospeed 9000 S
    Nanospeed 9000 X
    Winex nano blue off 8800
    Wilson N Rage [my squash racket ... lol]
     
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    Armortec 800 def
    mp77
    mp40
    carbonex 7 sp
    - that's all i have. >_>
     
  15. ubi-wan

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    Top 5 - Wish list.

    Hi All, First time 'post'er long time reader. Great site, keep up the reviews.

    1. MP100 - Just magic; works like an extension of my arm. Unfortunatly also aggravates tennis elbow!
    2. NS7700 - Getting there... not as good as MP100 but easier to use.
    3. Cab 20 - Classic. Need I say more?
    4. NS9000S - Would like to try/ buy/ own. Looks the business.
    5. AT900T - Would like to try/ buy/ own. Is it just a 'better' version of AT800 DEF?

    Thanks,
    Ubi-Wan
     
  16. DinkAlot

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    Update, thanks to: http://www.mjstrings.ca/

    #1: SOTX Woven 7
    #2: SOTX Woven 7
    #3: SOTX Woven 7
    #4: SOTX Woven 7
    #5: SOTX Woven 7



     
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    how about the strings and tensions?:D
     
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    mjstrings is a very nice guy, curious now what tips he gave in to move the w7 back in the lead. i am sure there will be a few following this thread as well equally curious since you are very particular about your stuff.
     
  19. DinkAlot

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    Dang, tough crowd these days. :p

    #1: Woven 7, Ashaway NGX at 26.0/28.5lbs.
    #2: Woven 7, Ashaway NGX-XL at 27.5/30lbs.
    #3: Woven 7, Vinlux Vline (0.63mm!) at 25.5/28.0lbs.
    #4: Woven 7, BG80 at 26.0/28.5lbs.
    #5: Woven 7, Head Super Power 67 at 26.0/28.5lbs.
     
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    dont get angry.....:eek:
    you did stated in your N9kX before, to differentiate which is better...:)
     

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