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racket weight transition

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by hybridragon, Aug 17, 2004.

  1. hybridragon

    hybridragon Regular Member

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    Well i did a search on this and cannot find anything about it. And i think this questions sounds like an equipment question, so correct me if am wrong.

    So anyways, my question is this: Is it a good idea when I buy new racket to buy a 4U racket when I have used 2U for most of the time? Or should I try to get a 3U racket so the transition would be easier?) I am currently using a Ti 7 long (not light) and it is the 2UG4 version. I am thinking of getting an Armortec 800 OF (3U or 4U?) (the main point of the question is not if i should buy the racket or not, it is if it is possible to get used to the 4U racket quickly or does it take a while and if a 3U racket is best for a transition into lighter rackets.)

    Well it would be best if someone had experience switching from a 2U racket to a 4U racket. (and if you can, can you tell me your experience of this and how you handled it.) Thanks for your time.

    *have a nice day*:D
     

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