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Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by blackfrost, Aug 16, 2008.
What was the lightest racquet by yonex ever made?
Have a search first. The lightest racquet would probably a prototype racquet not known to the public. The lightest racquets produced by Yonex are 4U (80-85g), and they don't get any lighter than that. Almost all Armortec racquets come in 4U, and so does MP88.
Really?! I heard that Armortecs were supposed to be on the heavy side because of its power...
Any yonex racket that is 5U
Armortec are the lightest series because they are 4U but are the most heavy head balance.
wats an exmaple of a 5U Yonex racquet?
According to the Yonex Japan catalogue there is a 5U racket but i can't find it.
There is no 5U racquet by Yonex.
The lightest you'll get is an underspec AT or MP88, then shave to handle down to like G7 or something, then get rid of all of the paint. Easily 6U or something.
super light series from black knight
info on that??????????
I'm using RSL X2 FP(4U) but they also made a lighter one (5U SP?) look up on their website...
god...why wud u want somethng that light...it'd feel like nothing -.-
Someone with weak muscles or a defensive player.
from the guy hu wanted info on superlight
go to the black knight website
or search it at courtsidesports.com
or search it on any search engine
it should come up
Hart Infinite Nano Offensive 76, 76-78g
RSL Nanolight 76-77g
Wilson K-Floral 75-77g
Photon - 75g :O
The lightest racket is the Karakal M-Tec 70 at 70 gram weight....
nah i read in a post earlier that the karakal m-tec is 70 cuz its only the shaft , the grip isnt included in the weight calculation
Karakal M-Tec 70
All rackets are weighed without grip or string...Karakal is known through out the world as the lightest racket made and the only other one I know of is Ashway which is I think 72 gram...Anyway, when you get this light it is strictly a defensive racket...
I don't like racquets under 85 gram.