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RSL X2 Ap

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Sincerely, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. Sincerely

    Sincerely Regular Member

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    I want to know the spec of this racquet.

    About Balance Point / Shaft / Head.

    Thk :)
     
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    teoky Regular Member

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    Are you considering this racquet ?

    I just bought mine y'day from mybadlookbad.com but I was rushing for time, didn't get it strung, will do it in Singapore instead.

    I was considering the new Millenium 8 X2 Blue, but that is more of an upgraded version of the X2 SP and it is flexy and 4U, hence I decided to get the AP instead. Anyway, Thailand don't have the new Millenium 8 series yet.

    Once I play with it, I will give you my feedback.
     
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    Well I read in this forum that M8 X2 blue has flexible shaft but I beg to differ, is fairly stiff on the one I possessed.I'm not particularly weak either but it does take quite a bit of effort to generate adequate club head speed or rather load the shaft. I prefer my matrix pro 168 seems to be more user friendly.
     
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    That's where the difference comes in, I saw reviews that the X2 Blue is flexy but the specs on RSL website states extra stiff. I guess only way to find out is buy one and test ! ha ha
     

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