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Wilson Hypercarbon 3.0 compared to Hypercarbon 9.0

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Moerder, Mar 5, 2002.

  1. Moerder

    Moerder Guest

    Hi, I was just looking at the Wilson website and noticed some differences between the specs of their hypercarbon series. Does a low kickpoint and high flex sacrifce control for power? Similarly, does a high kickpoint and stiff flex sacrifice power for control? Or, is that stuff just a bunch of hooey and one is superior to the other?
    Could someone please compare the two racquets and rate them for me?

  2. Drizzt

    Drizzt Guest

    I thought that the 9.0 was better than the 3.0 when I first held it. I encouraged a lot of people to get it but 3.0 is more expensive so get that one.

    I use the 3.0 and I do really well with it. I've won a couple of golds and a lot of silvers because some punk ass cantonese @!#$ beat me (off) on multiple occasions.

    Like in sex, I love stiff shafts. Trust me, STIFFNESS is important.
  3. TDotSmAsHer

    TDotSmAsHer Regular Member

    Apr 25, 2002
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    Student Gr 11 in Sept.------- badminton player/ad
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Post rather inappropriate.... may I ask... are you a guy or a girl? quote "like in sex, I love stiff shafts... STIFFFNESS is important" ... but then again... if you are a guy.. i have nothing against homosexuality. Unless of course, you are talking about sexual difficulties with your own body part which I then recommend viagra.
  4. Drizzt

    Drizzt Guest

    I am a guy if that is any of your business. ASL?

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