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SOTX Ti series

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by sally, Sep 5, 2003.

  1. sally

    sally Regular Member

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    In traditional, Titanium Mesh placed in the racquets¡¯ frame or shaft has no true use, just a gimmick. However, SOTX Ti series racquets really have a lump of Ti metal in the built-in T-joint which applies Three-stage method for combing racquets¡¯ frame, updated from Two-stage method. The construction greatly improves the racquets¡¯ performance, more comfortable, stable and better control ability.
     

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    traditionally, ti mesh on frame or shaft a gimmick? I can't say I agree with you..I find the ti mesh gives me an extra bit of power when using such rackets.

    But interesting enough, ti mesh in the t-joint? now i guess some could say that is a gimmick but it'd liek to try out one of these rackets..see what kind of stability the ti mesh in the t-joint gives and what level of power it produces
     
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    sorry sally have to disagree with u aswell the Ti does give me better power my Ti-3 has a good amount of power than why is the Mp 100 more powerful than the Mp 99 because the Mp100 has Ti
     
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    Sorry for reviving this thread, but does anyone have any reviews on the SOTX Ti series? Im planning to get either the 8 or the 8A.
     
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    OSF do you mean the Woven 8? not the ti
     
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    No, I mean the Ti-8 or Ti-8A. I saw them on puppysports.com

    I think the picture above is of the Ti-8.
     
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    Will the specs be of anyuse?
    TI 8E was all ni could find

    Length 675mm
    BP: 287-297MM
    Weight 86 +/- 2g
    Tension: 28lbs
    Shaft stiffness 8.5-9.0

    Sorry is this is of no use
     
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    It's ok. At least we know now that the specs are similar to that of the Woven 8. Thanks for the research.

    I guess the only way to find out how it plays is to actually buy one.
     

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