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Pro Ace Badminton Racquets

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by wiwi86, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. wiwi86

    wiwi86 Regular Member

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    Hi ppl,

    Can i check w u guys, which pro ace racquets would u ppl recommend for a intermediate player who string at 24lbs?

    actually i searched ard the forums but most of them r old post. so would like to noe wat is the new series of pro ace racquets that u ppl will recommend.

    thanks~
     
  2. Monbi

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    As long as I know, all high end racket (any brand) can easily receive 24Lbs string.
    I have Thunderbolt 2, Sweetspot 1000, ABS Power 1000 all stringed with BG80 @ 25Lbs without problem... Which proace racket u r using? :rolleyes:
     
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    Proace Vietnam

    I dont know about other places that manufacture Proace but the ones made here will not take the high tension very well....be careful of where it is made...
    The Sweetspot is the only model I could recommend as the other models are too stiff....:)I also really dont know about any modern Technology with Proace...I think they are just normal graphite???
     
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    try ProAce Nanotech70... it's more or less a balance racket... good for both offence and defence....i'm using it now....
     
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    I just looked on the website of Proace and I dont see this model or anything Nano Tech...According to their web page they dont use Nano Technology but rather something called DMS...There are lots of fakes around which include Proace rackets...
     
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    which proace website did u go to?
     
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    I love my Proace Platinium Dream :)

    Thunderbolt 4 (or is it 5 now) and Sweetspot 3000/5000 are some of the new models available
     
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    Dream Hai Regular Member

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    The only website I saw was Proace.com
     
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    currently i dun own any pro ace racquets.

    im using Ashaway Kelvar series.

    thus would like to buy 1 more racquet for myself..

    if comparing w my curretn racquet and yonex ns6000 and yonex arc sabre 7..

    which pro ace racquet is of e same standard as these few??

    any recommendation??
     
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    Proace made in Vietnam does not have any racket that compares to your current rackets...Maybe they have other models made elsewhere that use Nano Technology but not here...The newest model they have here is yellow and black and the players are saying it is the most expensive Proace but the control is terrible...the smash power is good but you dont know where it will go...and the drops are the same way, not good control...A few years ago I used the Proace Platinum 610 and it played really well...good all around racket...good power and control...
     
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    i bought this racket about at least more than a year back...

    i search back this forum, there's a thread on this racket... fake or real, i'm not sure but it's a pretty decent racket....

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33978


     
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    pro ace string tension

    Hi all,

    This is my first time. I just wanted to know if anyone can tell me what string and string tension to use for my racquet. My racquet is a Pro Ace Titanium 11 long. Can anyone help me please? Thanks.
     
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    Wow, Titanium11L, is it 3U or 4U? Good and hard to find this nowadays. If going proace string, try the 0.66mm with the new gold colour packing (Retail RM25). We dont know your level of playing but would suggest starting at 24-25lbs (4-knots)
     
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    it depends whether u want oval or isometric head.light or heavy.coz i do mostly sell pro ace rackets.
     
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    thunder killer...............what is the lightest pro ace racket in the market.....and what are the price if i may ask.....?????
     
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    it will be ultra light,titanium dream,ti-power,power ace 99,nano tech 90.

    all this racket weight is around 80g to 83g.

    the ultra light now is reallly least in the market.i think is aound rm150-180 with string and grip.

    titanium dream is a around rm220 to rm260 with string and grip.

    ti-power is oval head shape.the price is rm120-rm150 with string and grip.

    power ace 99 is rm150 to rm 170 with string and grip.

    nano tech is rm190 to rm220 with string and grip.
     
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    is there any official website for proace? any catalogue?
     
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    i believe the unstrung weight of the ultra light is 5u (less than 80g)
     
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    yes.ultra light and titanium dream is 5u
     
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    that isnt competitive price........:rolleyes:
     

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