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Racket recommend for me (Ti-10 gen 3 user)

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by jordylim, Oct 23, 2013.

  1. jordylim

    jordylim Regular Member

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    Hi, need a suggest. I'm looking for the Racket which give me same feeling as Ti-10 gen 3. Other brand, or Yonex but beside Ti-10.

    Thanks a lot.:D
     
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    saw someone mention in another thread adidas duoforce
     
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    I don't think you will find an exact replacement for Ti10. It has quite a unique feel. The closest I've come across is perhaps NS9900 but it is a lot stiffer and more head light.

    FYI - The 3rd Gen Ti10 is still available from some asian shops.
     
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    jordylim Regular Member

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    i wanna try but in my location didn't have this racket, I'm afraid when i buy then not suit for me.

    Better BS 10 or Ti 10? another response..
     
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    If u decide to choose, BS 10 or NS 9900? cous i've heard that bs 10 beast as Ti 10.
     
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    try n50ii... or n50...
    bs10 or ti10? bs10 of course
     
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    why bs 10? is bs 10 extra stiff like ti?
    the spec is same or not with ti?
     
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    ti 10 is not extra stiff :?
     
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    really? Ti only stiff?
     
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    i respectfully disagree that the bs will feel the same as the Ti10. the built itself will be different all together. i am going to venture and say that nanoray800 might feel similar to the Ti10, with just one difference, that the 800 might be a tad bit stiffer, but that's it. the weight and swing weight is very similar if i remember correctly, but i haven't played with the Ti10 since i retired it :(
     
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    Duoforce! Kwun thinks it's a "better Ti10 than the Ti10". :)
     
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    I forgot to mention that Ashaway Superlight 99 SQ is very similar to Ti10 too.
     
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    thanks gundamzaku, try it once (nanoray 800 4U) too fast and makes out but it comfort to drive. i think it because 4U
     
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    I ve ti10 gen2 so it is the best u can get or even better !!
     
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    ah, i see, i have 3u, maybe that's why i think the weight and swing weight is similar to the Ti10.....try 3u?

    i have been thinking about all the even balance rackets that i have and another racket that might hit similar to the Ti10 is the Arc7, i have the Arc100ltd but it's virtually the same as an Arc7. the Arc10 is too slow compared to the Ti10, so that's a no go.

    Carlton VapourTrail Tour might swing the same as the Ti10 but i'm not quite sure since i have not compared them side by side.

    i just recently bought a Wilson BLX Recon and BLX Vertex, i think the Recon might be similar in weight with the Ti10, but i think the Recon shaft is a tad bit more flexible. comparing both Recon and Vertex side by side the only noticeable difference is the weight and swing weight, the Recon is a bit heavier, maybe that's why Wilson rate it as a singles racket. other specs are same between these two.
     
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    yes, i remember reading it somewhere! maybe the Duoforce review writeup?
     
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    Thanks all, now I'm looking for the racket that recommended to me for trying first.
    Nanoray 800
    Arcsaber 7

    But can anyone can give some difference between Ti10 n BS10, because many people tell me that BS 10 best victor BS serial n comfortable to used.
     
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    try ti-10 limited. The power of thin string at 24lb :D
     
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    BS10 is probably stiffer than ti-10 3rd gen, many said BS10 is equivalent to NS9900, unless you have a lot of power otherwise Ti10 would be the better bet. I wish i hve 2U ti10, 3u is a bit light for me, just my 2 cents.
     
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