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Panda Power: A Racket That Can Take 40lbs. String Tension!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by DinkAlot, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. what07

    what07 Regular Member

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    I think doing the logo like Yonex would be easier if you want the DC. Unless the logo changes to something tat is symmetrical like victors.
     
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    Logo

    Twobeer gives you the ultimate logo ;)...

    :)

    .... :cool:
     

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    Looks a bit tame :D
     
  4. Grotius

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    Hey Dink a lot, I found this pic on the internet. is it you in your younger days?
     

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    Hi to all T2 users,

    Is the sweet spot of the T2 relatively smaller than other rackets?
     
  6. DinkAlot

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    No, if anything it's bigger. :D
     
  7. DinkAlot

    DinkAlot dcbadminton
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    T., you are Panda's hero! Well after SilentHeart, Vining, Ormy4, PeteLSD, MarkA, and BlurryD of course. :p

    ...Which leads Panda to wonder, if these "shuttles" will sell?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow that's excellent!!!
     
  9. weinsteinium

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    Yeah, I had the same problem. I took one of DinkALot's images and shrunk the letters slightly so I could space them out better. It worked ok...
     

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  10. Pete LSD

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    That's some Ying-Yang effect!

     
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    Hero can't be badminton related that's for sure. Then again I did play a few
    games with that pink racket he sold me.
     
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    er...anyone can answer a question bout the t2??is it stringing at higher tension will release more power of the racq??currently i am stringing dat at 24lbs...de shuttle flies to the same spot as my zelm pp10k strung at 26lbs...the string on t2 is bg80 and on zelm is bg85...anyone can help???thx
     
  13. adonis

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    Depends on your ability to flex it.

    Btw care to review/compare the two rackets?

    Thanks.
     
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    And these pin badge should be given with each racket you buy!!! :D:D

    [​IMG]
     
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    Great t2 accessory with the matching red and black "RSL Tour Explorer 3"

    Couldn't wait for a DC bag as outgrew my current one. Found a great bag that matches up great to my t2's.

    currently holds plus room for a bit more.

    5 rackets
    3 pr shoes
    4 tubes feather birds
    2 pr shorts
    2 pr insoles
    3 bottles of water
    1 towel
    money [has inside separate spot]
    55 grips
    1 pair side cutters

    can be carried as a backpack as well.

    Very sharp looking bag to go with my sweet looking t2's.
     

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    DinkAlot dcbadminton
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    Dang Pat, you have more T2s than Panda. LOL! :p
     
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    oo..panda shuttles....interesting....how's ur website going??
     
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    Ormy, why do you need 55 grips????
     
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    Sell them, between them and stringing pays for my tendency [lol] to buy the odd thing here and there :D .
     
  20. Fidget

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    Thesaurus entry (abridged):
    Tendency - custom, affection, proclivity, impulse, weakness, addiction.

    Where, praytell, do you fit on that continuum, ormy4?:rolleyes:
     

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