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    Default Karakal SL Ti-80

    Well, I can get this racquet for 105 canadian dollars, which is like 50 to 60 american. It's regularly 135 cd, or 90 american. Think it's a good deal? Anybody have this racquet? If so, wut're the pros and cons of it? Thx

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    i should be getting 1 soon...maybe by next week for around RM160....say around USD40?

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    Default Re: Karakal SL Ti-80

    Originally posted by Oranjmaan
    Well, I can get this racquet for 105 canadian dollars, which is like 50 to 60 american. It's regularly 135 cd, or 90 american. Think it's a good deal? Anybody have this racquet? If so, wut're the pros and cons of it? Thx
    if it included gst, then u got it for a pretty good price.
    where did u got that from? store or karakal repres?

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    Na, it doesn't include gst unfortunately. I can get it from the Karakal reps at the national squash tourny in Edmonton rite now.

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    is that repres first name starts with the letter 'M' ?

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    Lol, no idea man. He's a guy with a Brit accent from Ontario. But yea, ne more info about this karakal?

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    The Slti-80 is a pretty well balanced racquet. The playability is pretty high up there however i think it's a little too flexible and it's too balanced for my tastes. You should ask Matt Ross he uses the slti-80 as his main racquets and he's also sponsored. Good luck

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    i juz bought karakal sl ti 80 but the funny thing is the weight thast stated on the shaft is 87/92 and not 80/85 as it should be!
    are 2 versions to this racket?
    the racket seems decent enough and i doubt it's a fake!
    any possible explanations?

    tq

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    Gengar,

    Where could i get karakal rackets in KL or PJ?

    Could you you please let me know the location or name of shop

    thanks

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    i bought mine from racket house at pertama shopping complex for 159+gosen string,grip n a bag.
    but they onli have the asian version which weighs 87gm n not 80!
    i juz found out from karakal they onli supply the 80 gm model to european countries and not asian countries.
    reason for this apparently asian prefer heavier rackets!

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    This racket is better then the old SL 80 cause there is less vibration. As for feel It feels like a heavier version of the SL 70. It does not have the head lightness of the Ti 75 but then your talking to someone that has 4 of the same rackets all that feel slightly different

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