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    Yonex Cab 9400 and my old and trusty Cab 8DX

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    Default Rsl

    RSL Millenium Heat Ti 4900 (which I damaged today). Backup racket is also a 4900 and an RSL Titanium Attack 3220 as a my 2nd backup.

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    my main racket is a Carlton AB AS-Lite..

    i often use it for competions and matches.. but when i'm just playing or practicing, i use my AB Attack and AB 200..

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    mine used to be TI 7 light, but a few weeks ago i switched to SOTX woven 16 . funny that i use TI 7 as my main with mp 99 as my backups

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    Default My main rackets

    Hmm...

    Main racket :Yasaki 2500 (2UG4)
    Shaft: Graphite + Titanium Mesh.
    Frame: Graphite
    String: Ashaway Rally 21 Micro 22x22

    Back-up Rackets
    Yasaki 2500 (2UG4) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 600 (3UG4) (Similar to 2500 but less head-heavy) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 750 (3UG4) (Similiar to MuscleWin 600) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)

    -SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by scchang
    Hmm...

    Main racket :Yasaki 2500 (2UG4)
    Shaft: Graphite + Titanium Mesh.
    Frame: Graphite
    String: Ashaway Rally 21 Micro 22x22

    Back-up Rackets
    Yasaki 2500 (2UG4) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 600 (3UG4) (Similar to 2500 but less head-heavy) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 750 (3UG4) (Similiar to MuscleWin 600) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)

    -SC
    Hi SC,

    Hong Kong does not have the Yasaki Hi-end rackets for a long time. Can you post some pictures??

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    Quote Originally Posted by scchang
    Hmm...

    Main racket :Yasaki 2500 (2UG4)
    Shaft: Graphite + Titanium Mesh.
    Frame: Graphite
    String: Ashaway Rally 21 Micro 22x22

    Back-up Rackets
    Yasaki 2500 (2UG4) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 600 (3UG4) (Similar to 2500 but less head-heavy) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)
    Yasaki MuscleWin 750 (3UG4) (Similiar to MuscleWin 600) (String: Yasaki String, BG-65 Clone; 21x21lb)

    -SC
    Can you post some pics of the yasaki rackets please?

    Yasaki was my first non-wooden racket
    My friend wanted a yonex at all cost, he went to buy a steel cheapest
    yonex that time around $45, heavy like a rock, but is still a yonex.
    For me, no money enough, very poor chap, bought a yasaki, think made in china that time, much lighter, than the steel yonex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forrestyung
    Hi SC,

    Hong Kong does not have the Yasaki Hi-end rackets for a long time. Can you post some pictures??
    My dad is selling Yasaki rackets to elementary and high schools in Taiwan and that is why I got and use them. For you guys' information, these yasaki rackets are made in Taiwan. If you were going to Taiwan and interested in see those rackets, we can communicate through PM.

    I will try to post some pictures when they are available. More likely, next week or so, since I don't have a digital camera :-(.

    -SC

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    I'm using an MP88 3U and AT700 4U

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    Quote Originally Posted by scchang
    My dad is selling Yasaki rackets to elementary and high schools in Taiwan and that is why I got and use them. For you guys' information, these yasaki rackets are made in Taiwan. If you were going to Taiwan and interested in see those rackets, we can communicate through PM.

    I will try to post some pictures when they are available. More likely, next week or so, since I don't have a digital camera :-(.

    -SC
    Noted!! Look forward for the pictures of Yasaki rackets.

    On the other hand, what is the price range about the top models??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aznsmartguy
    I'm using an MP88 3U and AT700 4U

    You sure have varying styles. Those two racques couldn't be more different - asside from the colour.


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    My racquets r:
    Yonex MP100
    Proace Titanum 150
    Proace Titanum 110
    Proace sweetsport 1000
    Have u ever tried proace? that's good for amateur player and also for your budget.

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    Main:
    Ti-10CP 2U

    Backup:
    see above

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    The rackets in my bags are:-

    Victor - Super TI 10
    Protech - Amour 990
    Yonex - Cab 12

    previous racket Yonex Cab 8100 Light and MP 55, but sold the to get Victor and protech.

    Can't afford to buy yonex high end racket at moment that's why i swithc to Victor and protech

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    Now, the main weapon is:

    Cab30ms * 2

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    Current "weapon" that i'm using is:

    (01) SOTX Woven 7 (single play)
    (02) ProAce 530 Platinum (Double play - a clone of MP90/99)

    Hahaha... i do miss my Yonex Carbonex 4. That's the first "weapon" that i use to fight "war" with my "enemy". A old faithful racket that never fail me!!!


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    Updated
    [QUOTE=vmtien]My racquets r:
    Yonex AT700 3UG5 JP
    Proace Titanum 510
    Proace Titanum 110
    Proace sweetsport 1000
    Proace Carbon Pro 25

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