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see this,if u can read Chinese~~muhahahaha~

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ASD, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. ASD

    ASD Regular Member

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    HaWwW It's worst than a body disection
     
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    that must havwe been a heart breaking experiment for some baddy fanatics to see :p
     
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    ***Contains scenes of Violence, 18 years old+++***
     
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    Wow. Are MP77's that fragile, as I thought, after mine broke?

    Suggestion: save the 4 pieces of muscle power grommets near the shaft, if you haven't already destroyed. I stuck mine into my Cab 7. A friend tried the racket and said it feels very similar to the MP99 that costed 5x more :) He used a Pointfore racket himself, however.
     
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    This must be the BEST way to find out if your racket is original!
     
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    hmm....Yonex used less Ultimum Ti than I thought!!
     
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    After finding out in this way, you racquet is no longer a racquet anymore :D
     
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    LOL~~i 'll keep it ~ ;)
     
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    Poor racket...RIP
     
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    It would be great if someone can do the same experiment for clonexs to have a comparison. :D
     
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    herr... i. .... i... can't watch... my eyes...:eek:
     
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    once is much more than enough...thank-you oh-so very much
     
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    Very good R&D (Research & Destruction) :) What did you do with that 'T'? It's amazing the amount of technology they have used in these rackets.
     
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    thats wicked how the racket peeled into layers when u burned it :D
     
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    built in t joint.

    i echo this. excelent research done. i never thought anyone would actually do this.

    p.s. is that all the ultimum ti in the shaft. that is quite little. picture #13 is so informative. compare the actual ult ti and the 'suggestive' quantity of ult ti on the surface of the shaft. :D
     

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