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Racket stock check!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Gon, Apr 26, 2002.

  1. KohKoh

    KohKoh Regular Member

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    Arcsaber 10PG, Arcsaber Z Slash, Arcsaber ZSTH
     
  2. j4ckie

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    I think the Victor Spira 21 was pretty close. Other than that, maybe the SW35 (probably head heavier & a bit stiffer), or the Li Ning N90-II (a bit softer and perhaps a bit lighter).

    The 10PG is just a repainted 10 and the ZS is a completely different racket.
     
  3. Licin

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    What do you dislike from your current Arc10? Do you want to find a replacement which is head lighter/heavier or stiffer/more flexible?
     
  4. Mr.H.

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    Yonex Arcsaber 10 ( my favourite)Yonex Armortec 900 TechniqueVictor Total Inside Wave 5000Head Metallix 4000
     
  5. manhhoang0910

    manhhoang0910 Regular Member

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    I am not dislike ARC 10.
    I just want to know if I can not buy ARC 10, any racket model can replace it Y__Y
    It's hard but need to forcas ^^
    I prefer head heavy, shaft stiffness cos my wrist is not strong enough for stiff one.
    Thanks


     
  6. Licin

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    Are you not able to buy Arc 10 due to budget? If yes, you might consider several Victor rackets. MX60 is a forgiving racket.it has the head heavy character with the shaft not as stiff as other Meteor series nor Arc 10.
     
  7. CanucksDynasty

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    Sold my VT80, VT80LTD, and MX80.

    Update...

    Singles rackets
    Yonex VT-ZF (3UG5)
    Li-Ning N90II (3US2)


    Doubles rackets
    Babolat X-Feel Blast


    Training Rackets
    Kimoni TS-135
    Kimoni TS-150
     
  8. Ah_Peng

    Ah_Peng Regular Member

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    Currently:

    1x Arc Z 3UG5
    1x Arc Z 2UG5
    1x Ryoga Shiden 3UG5
    1x TC400 3UG5
    1x D900 3UG4.5
    1x Ti-10 1st Gen 2UG4
     
  9. TimothyHsu

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    1. Victor Superwaves 32
    2. yonex Arc 10
    3. Yonex Arc 10
    4. HL superpower 2000 or something like that
    5. Fake arc 5
    6.nanospeed 6600
     
  10. BlueTornado

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    Wow, I first posted in this thread less than 2 months ago and my racket collection has tripled in size! I really better get crackin' on all the reviews I gotta write!

    AT900P US 4UG4
    ARC8DX JP 2UG4
    Bravesword 11 US 3UG2
    Lethal 70 CA 3UG2
    UC2500B W3S3
    N90-II W3S2

    Soon to get a VT-ZF 3UG4 and possibly some backup pieces of one or two of the above models.
     
  11. yerrorice

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    woah... everyone's racket are so nice :crying: im jealous lol

    Voltric 70
    Carbonex 21sp
    Carbonex 10....
    Black Knight SL Ghost PC
     
  12. adrian88

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    Li Ning BP 770 (head balance ;), good when i am tired)
    Victor Meteor X80~~!!!
    Victor BS 15 ~
    Soon to come ... Yonex! (Doing research on the rackets :D)

    Yerrorice ... invest in your future racket and voltric 70 is also a nice racket btw ^^
     
  13. yerrorice

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    i am... im selling my voltric 70 for a victor bs 10 or 12 or a victor mx70 :3 i suck with head heavy racket :'( (after i have enough money i'll buy a nanospeed 9900)
     
  14. mzc888

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    Black Knight Max Force 930 (x3)
    Black Knight Taper 20 (x2)
    Yonex Voltric 80 (x2)
    Yonex Arcsaber 8 (x1)
     
  15. limak

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    Active:
    Y Cab30MS 3U US
    Y Cab21 3U SP
    Y Armortec 900P 3U BX
    Y ArcSaber 10 3U TH
    Y Voltric 70 3U TH
    RSL X2 Gold
    RSL Nova 6160
    RSL Heat 9500
    RSL Laser 9900
    Gosen RA6900
    Gosen RA9500
    LaFleche Ti500 Long
    2x Mizuno TC700
    Mizuno TC500
    Victor SW31 3U
    Victor Ripple Power 11 3U (PW11 marketed in Europe)
    Victor PW12 4U
    Victor DualPipe 8000
    Victor Challenger Ti70
    Victor SuperNano 5 3U
    Victor Z3000
    Victor SW35 3U
    Victor SW37 3U
    Victor Meteor MX80
    Fleet Woven 2000
    Kason TSF300D
    Li-Ning UC2200A
    Li-Ning UC2200B

    Broken:
    Y AT600 4U TW
    Fleet Woven 1000

    Collector´s items:
    Yonex Cab8
    Yonex Cab8DX

    Purchased:
    Head Metallix 8000 Tour
    Victor SW32
    Gosen RA7900
    Babolat X Feel Essential
    HiQua Nanotechnology 9003 (?! bought for study purposes:) ) ​
     
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    Not as many as some. Left to right...

    1 x Victor PowerWaves11 3U
    2 x Victor The Legend 2U
    3 x Victor Spira 21 3U
    3 x Li Ning N90 3U
    6 x Li Ning N55 3U
    1 x Li Ning N36 3U
    2 x Li Ning N90 ii S-Type 3U
    1 x Yonex Ti-10 3rd Gen 2U


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  17. Boggieeiggob

    Boggieeiggob Regular Member

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    Lol, for the record, why are we doing this thread?
    I own:

    Yehlex YX-Triotec Woven 3800
    Li Ning HC1100A
    Carlton Vapour Trail Ignite
    2x Yonex Carbonnex 018CH
     
  18. wmkoo

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    Here is my list:
    APACS Tantrum 300
    APACS Visible Hollow 1800
    APACS Lethal Light
    APACS Lethal 70
    APACS Lethal 100
    APACS Lethal 110
    APACS Slayer 99
    APACS Lurid 23
    APACS Tweet 8000
    APACS Tweet 7000
    APACS Nano Super Light
    APACS Nano Super Light 2
    APACS Feather Weight 200
    APACS Training 160
    Yonex Carbonex 35
    Yonex Z-Slash
    Yonex Voltric 80
    Yonex Voltric Z-Force
    Yonex Nanoray 700 RP
    Wilson BLX Fierce
    Wilson Brave
    Wilson Rush
    Wilson Light
    Wilson Hammer
    Victor Meteor 70
    Victor Meteor 60
    Victor Brave Sword 11
    Victor Superwave 36
    Victor Spira 22
    Goden Roots Explosion
    Li-Ning Flame N36
    Li-Ning Woods N80
    Carlton Optimax Viper 9.3
    Carlton Vapour Trail 9
    FZ Forza Titanium 555 N-Forze S CNT
    ASG-ARBI Fire Series 'Ring of Fire'
    ASG-ARBI Ice Series 'Fizzy Power'
    Prince Nexus
    Karakal M-Tec 70
     
  19. kwun

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    These are only the ones i acquired in 2011/2012.

    Victor Superwaves 35 x2
    Victor Bravesword 10
    Panda Trinity Pro x2
    Yonex Carbonex 8
    ZELM US900 x2
    Flypower Tornado 900
    Flypower Kaldera 779
    Flypower Warriors 7
    ZELM Power Play 9990 x2
    Victor MX70
    Babolat Satelite 6.5 Blast
    MBS aTom 10
    Revesport ArmorTi 12 Power
    Flypower Tornado 800
    Flypower Enigma 900
    Kason Training
    Shield Shield
    StrengthPro SP140
    StrengthPro SP160
    Victor Meteor X80
    Kason TSF500
    Li-Ning N80
    Yonex Cab50
    Li-Ning N90II
     
  20. Shinichi

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    wow...some of you even have 20+ racquet.I would love to see the pics
     

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