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    Mine have moderate force clash,
    broke at 10 o'clock, 4 knot 23lbs tension only.
    I just it just by luck...

    I agree with chocoboc,
    all the light racket in market are medium stiff rating,
    the only I target now would be Nanoray 750. with 4/5 stiffness rating.

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    Mine have moderate force clash,
    broke at 10 o'clock, 4 knot 23lbs tension only.
    I guess the strength of the racket is just by luck...

    I agree with chocoboc,
    all the light racket in market are medium stiff rating,
    the only I target now would be Nanoray 750. with 4/5 stiffness rating.
    Last edited by cschun86; 07-09-2013 at 11:23 PM.

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    why not continue the tenbu?

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    Too exhausting... I am still training myself, with Tenbu, can only maintain good playability for 1 hour...
    Arc-FB with 2hrs or 3hrs also still good...
    maybe I got weak chicken wrist

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschun86 View Post
    Hi,
    I need a recommendation of racket here since my fav Arc-FB broken,
    I don't plan to go back to Arc-FB cause it is so heart broken when it easily break even tho I like it the most...

    Current racket I hold:
    Gosen Ryoga Tenbu 3U
    RKEP Pro9000 4U
    RKEP Pro6000 4U

    Play style:
    Most of the time front court
    Net shot, net kill and drive mostly
    Occasionally back court smash and drop shot


    Weak point of my current holding racket:
    RKEP Pro9000/6000 are a little bit too flexy for me...
    Gosen Ryoga Tenbu weigh is at the high side of 3U (88g) and tiring after 1 hour games...


    Any recommendation?
    Thanks in advance.
    You should look at the Victor Lightfighter 7000 and 7300 - the LF series are great rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    You should look at the Victor Lightfighter 7000 and 7300 - the LF series are great rackets.
    I was trying to get a hold of the 7400 but Eric doesn't carry it.
    Have you used it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    I was trying to get a hold of the 7400 but Eric doesn't carry it.
    Have you used it?
    The 7400 was my favourite out of all three - I think a racket as light as these needs some head weight to get the power back. The 7000 is balanced like the FB - too headlight, in other words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    The 7400 was my favourite out of all three - I think a racket as light as these needs some head weight to get the power back. The 7000 is balanced like the FB - too headlight, in other words.
    Hi Mark, Do you think the Lightfighter 7400 can hold 30 pounds? I'm kinda interested in these light rackets, but I'm afraid they'll break to quickly either by clashes or high stringing. My AT900P couldn't hold 32 pounds. Don't need that again.

    I'm also looking to find a replacement of my Victor SW35. Sometimes I think it is too stiff when I'm tired. What do you think about the Meteor JJS? I'm really interested in that one.

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    Victor light fighter 7000 or Ashaway superlight 99q. Love the Ashaway at the moment.

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    Agree with the ashaway 99sq. Fabulous racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cschun86 View Post
    Hi,
    I need a recommendation of racket here since my fav Arc-FB broken,
    I don't plan to go back to Arc-FB cause it is so heart broken when it easily break even tho I like it the most...

    Current racket I hold:
    Gosen Ryoga Tenbu 3U
    RKEP Pro9000 4U
    RKEP Pro6000 4U

    Play style:
    Most of the time front court
    Net shot, net kill and drive mostly
    Occasionally back court smash and drop shot


    Weak point of my current holding racket:
    RKEP Pro9000/6000 are a little bit too flexy for me...
    Gosen Ryoga Tenbu weigh is at the high side of 3U (88g) and tiring after 1 hour games...


    Any recommendation?
    Thanks in advance.
    you have a nice gosen, maybe do more drives when you warm up with your partner, gain a little strength in the forearm, then use the gosen racket
    if you get tired after 1hr of game, that might be the weakest link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dekkert View Post
    Hi Mark, Do you think the Lightfighter 7400 can hold 30 pounds?
    I wouldn't risk it, despite managing to get 30 on an Arc FB.

    I think the Thruster 9000 is an excellent less stiff replacement for the SW35, by the way; you should definitely try one: I run mine at 29/30, and I think there's still room left.

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