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    Here's an idea.....

    Eric, do you think that adding Titanium mesh to the 6000 and adding weight at 12 o'clock to bring it up to a BP of 300 would be something worth trying?

    I'm thinking trying to push the Sword platform into the realm of the 'slightly head-heavy', but doing something to improve it's torsional stiffness to make sure it doesn't become too noodly.
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    wow..

    so many pro 9000 racket

    good for u.

    too bad...for me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Here's an idea.....

    Eric, do you think that adding Titanium mesh to the 6000 and adding weight at 12 o'clock to bring it up to a BP of 300 would be something worth trying?
    Actually a strung 295mm Pro6000 with its original grip removed and adding your own grip can produce a 300mm BP racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    The current model BS11 is super flexy, the older model isn't.

    As far as I can ascertain, the pro6000 is basically an old spec BS11.
    Personally I have a hard time judging if it feels more like the BS09 or BS11 stiffness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    Personally I have a hard time judging if it feels more like the BS09 or BS11 stiffness.
    Yes i have that problem too. I guess it has something to do with the different specs of BS11 in different countries. Nonetheless no denying that Pro6000 is a piece of quality product that stands out on its own and not living in any other rackets' shadows.

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    duno yet...

    pro 6000 is good... i personnally..like pro 9000 beta..

    maybe its just only my kind of play....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    Just got my last batch of RKEP rackets.

    Think I'm good for a while now.

    Attachment 118730
    Green ones are 87g/292mm (Singles)
    Blue ones are 85g/290mm (Doubles)
    Oh they are pretty, I thought you said you were only going to get one in green paint. But seriously, what are you going to do with 7 of the same rackets?

    A random thought, I think RKEP should lengthen the over grips so I can wrap over the cone and end up at the shaft, like some of the pro players in doubles.

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    ^^ You may want to email Eric at RKEP to see if he's got any extra long G09L's leftover. He used to sell them but I don't see it on his eBay site anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulless View Post
    But seriously, what are you going to do with 7 of the same rackets?
    Hehe, that's a good question.

    It's actually a whole series of things that made go heavy on the RKEP PRO 9000.

    - I've made it my go-to racket.
    - I've tried a lot of rackets over a short period of time since I took up badminton again and the PRO 9K has been the one that has offered me the best all-round performance.
    - The fact that you can customize the specs for you liking makes it feel like two different rackets even though they are both named PRO 9K.
    - I'm playing team matches for a club so when we are out playing I'd like to have at least one backup of each spec should the string or racket break.
    - The coaches/teammates at the club started getting a little annoyed with me trying out new rackets every week, making me never play at my best because I was always adjusting to a new racket...
    - And lastly, Eric has been very kind and given me some great offers on these rackets allowing me to get that many for a very reasonable price.

    I'm not saying it isn't overkill but at least I don't have to go look for another racket for a very long time. Something my coaches/teammates and wallet will probably be thankful for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^ what specs did you get?
    oh, i took your lead and ordered an 85g 295mm bp pro9000

    and its definitely stiffer than my BS09

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    yes
    we still got G09L in stock but not many -- ask me if you need some
    will launch this model grip again on e-Bay in 2 month

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    too bad... i have too many racket.... n no enuf funds to get pro 9000

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    you really should, locally.....
    Okie... watch this space. Maybe a time limited special bonanza

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    Quote Originally Posted by istringforyou View Post
    Okie... watch this space. Maybe a time limited special bonanza
    10987654321..............

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    TIME LIMITED OFFER! WHILE STOCKS LAST !!
    AMAZING OFFER STARTS 23 Mar 2012 1600 HRS GMT+8
    AND ENDS EXACTLY AT 23 Mar 2012 1800 HRS GMT+8 !!

    SEE TO BELIEVE!! (Singapore only)

    singaporebadmintonstringing.blogspot.com

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    Over Liao …

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    Squash Eric, any chance RKEP will release a 305 or 310+mm head heavy racket?
    I personally would love to try a
    VERY head heavy racket + mid-stiff/mid-flex shaft + lightweight around 85-87g

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