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Yonex Muscle Power 29 Light

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by anastasiastarz, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. anastasiastarz

    anastasiastarz Regular Member

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    Yonex Muscle Power 29 Light
    [FONT=&quot]Flex: Medium[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Composition: [/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Frame Graphite/ Titanium Mesh[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Shaft: Graphite[/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]Weight 85-89.9g[/FONT]


    Has anyone tried this racket? Is it good? Do you reccomend it?
     
  2. clearng

    clearng Regular Member

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    i just have 1
    is a very good racket
    easy to control and def is very very good
     
  3. Smashis

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    I would say its more offensive than defensive? If your looking for a defensive racket in that price range try the MP21.
     
  4. mrizacs

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    what is ur mp29 LT colour? if i not mistake mp29lt have 2 colour blue black n red black. what different between this 2 colour?
     
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    a reasonably priced yonex racket with good specs.
     
  6. anastasiastarz

    anastasiastarz Regular Member

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    It's blue and black...
     
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    I jus bought Yonex MP 29 light racquet in hyderabad from GBA for 2170/- .Not sure whether or not this price is a xpensive.My earlier racquet Yonex MP 22 (1400/-, Chennai Price) got damaged and shape out. will try my new racquet and update the feedback.....i am eagerly waiting to play with my new racquet...:)
     
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    it's really a good racket, it's so light.
     
  9. JohnPhua

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    just bought and tested red/black as spare racket for 2 hours game yesterday.
    not bad. easy to use.
     
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    This is a brilliant racket. I have multiple of these and have been using them for the last 5 years, at least. Very easy to handle and the best part of my experience with this racket is that it is capable of producing varied results depending on stringing. You can get defensive results from this racket with BG65 strung at moderate tension and good attacking results (for an intermediate player) by using BG80 or NBG98 at slightly higher tensions. Overall great value for money :)
     
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    this is my 1st yonex racket as beginner b4 i grown up to tame top end racket like ns9900, ti10, zslash...
    i miss my MP29LT
     
  12. Athul Jose

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    MP 29-Best string

    I Just have one Muscle power 29 light. Many of my friends told me that BG 65 titanium will be fine for my raquet, Can you please give me a choice of string which i can choose. please do give me a choice of some better string if any to be used.
     
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    at the end of the day, string is personal preference. One is not 'better' than the other.
     
  14. Athul Jose

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    But I want to know the average preference about the string...
     
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    Just bought MP29, must say very impressed... Smashes and shots are precise... Sits well in the hand... The feel is fabulous. Still getting used to it but for now it's like Harry Potter when he first held his wand at olivanders... Everything is perfects :))
     
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    I'm looking to change the Strings of my Yonex MP 29 light.

    Which one would be the best? Durable and Power are my requirements.
     
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    Hi, I have this racket and have stringed it with Yonex BG 65 and the tension is 25. For me this is working out pretty well. You could try the titanium version of the BG 65 also.
     
  18. Raajneesht

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    Durable and power?
    It means u have to go for thick gauge strings...
    Bg65 ll do good for ur requirements
     

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