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    Default Yonex 'TOUR" series Racquets

    Dear All,

    I sow the Yonex has 'TOUR" series racquets in each category

    What does mean tour - What is reference to
    Is all Tour series Racquets made in Japan?
    Where can I have spec of them?

    Please advice

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    from my experience and what i've seen, the armortec and nanospeed tours are just mid-range rackets and are made in taiwan. the armortec tour is a bit head heavy obviously and the nanospeed tour is a bit even balance at least to my hand. from what i have inspected they are both 3u.

    i personally own two muscle power tours and it's even balance 3u on the heavier side of 3u meaning it's has a bit of weight. the shaft of the mp tour is medium to me at least. the racket itself is very forgiving with quite a big sweetspot.

    if i remember correctly, they are all made in taiwan.

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    [QUOTE=gundamzaku;

    if i remember correctly, they are all made in taiwan.[/QUOTE]

    Not all are Taiwan

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    The particular Tour rackets in the following thread are made in Japan:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...rmortec%20tour

    I bought 2 4UG4 Armortec Tours after reading the above thread and enjoyed them but after a while found the shaft to be a bit too flexible.

    There may have been others which were made in Taiwan though.

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    There may have been others which were made in Taiwan though.

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