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Racquet Specifications

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by valkyier, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. valkyier

    valkyier Regular Member

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    Can anyone be kind enough to tell me the specification of NS8K, AT-800- DE and MP99 available in SP or TH versions?

    Eg. 3U G5 , 4U G3 ...etc

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    What kind of specs ? Maybe you can try to do a search.

    They have 3U, 4U and 2U g4 and g5 for all the rackets...
    except for NS which only have 2u and 3u g4 g5.
     
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    NS8K = 3U G4,5; 2U G3,4,5

    AT800(DE) = 4U G4; 3U G3,4,5

    MP99 = 3U G4,5; 2U G3,4,5

    ;)
     
  4. valkyier

    valkyier Regular Member

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    Thanks, that really helped a lot;). Sorry ants, I don't mean any offence there. What you have told me is also true but I was lazy to do a search especially through the little quotes that are in this forum:p.

    Also, is there any G3 grips for these racquets ?? As a reminder, these racquets are SP or TH versions.
     
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    To my knowledge, there's no G3 for these racquets.

    But you can always get a G4 and wrap a layer of super grap:D
     
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    MP3
    I think I'll get a G5 as it gives me more freedom over the grip size.;)
     
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    Neosakai Regular Member

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    Wise, I did that too :D:D:D
     
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    I should have done that!:crying: Do you have anymore stuff to share before I invest in another racket? :confused:
     
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    You sound disappointed. May be you should tell us what happened and then we'll try to help you.

    Also, regarding your question "Do you have anymore stuff to share..." That is quite an "unanswerable" question unless you need me to tell you everything that I know about racquets. Try asking something more direct in the future;).
     

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