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    Wink finapi 88 vs finapi 101 vs lurid power 22

    Which of these rackets is the best for aggressive player who.loves to smash ?

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    they look same and spec also same, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChongHL View Post
    they look same and spec also same, right?
    No, finapi 88 and 101 is ALMOST the same but lurid power 22 has totally different specs in compared to finapi 88 and 101

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    If I am not mistken finapi88 is a clone of Voltric 80, so should BE an offensive racquet

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    Almost the entire Finapi range has the same specs, however, the headshape differs. I tested a few and liked the box-frame rackets best (4U and diamond-shaped frame was a bit too light for me)

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    Lurid power 22 is medium stiffness and head heavy

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    If u used to play with the 3U racket then, try to have the Lurid Power Series. But, if like to play with the lighter gear then think about the Finapi Series. I've owned the Finapi 101 as this gave me good smash (might be more powerfull if using the wrist). Not bad for defensive play. Don't forget to apply the string choice with its standard tension you use to play with.

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