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    Second Magehai's advice...should start frm there.

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    well.. I already try some head heavy and lighter, and I feel more confortable with head heavy ones

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    for head heavy choices, it's the Thruster series from Victor, and the Voltric series from Yonex.

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    For that price, you can go for Ashaway Ribtec88 Hi modulus. one of the fantastic racket for offensive play style.

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    I dont known which one should I go ... what do you think is the best for me?

    Victor Lighter Fighter 7300
    Victor Lighter Fighter 7400
    Yonex Voltric 5 (Blue) Badminton Racket
    Yonex Voltric 7

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    Light Fighters are very light rackets. Voltrics are head heavy.

    Voltric i guess

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    I known, but the 7400 can be good to smashes too I guess http://www.victor-international.com/lightfighter

    I really dont known which racket to pick, Voltric 5 seems good, but I really want to pick a right one!

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    Yonex Arcsaber is a good one to start with as it is a even balance racket. You might need to try the Arc 7. Medium flex, thin frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyweb View Post
    Yonex Arcsaber is a good one to start with as it is a even balance racket. You might need to try the Arc 7. Medium flex, thin frame.
    exceeds my budget :s

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    Go w/ Voltric if u are comfortable w/ head-heavy ones; they are easier to get power shots than headlight/even balance rackets. Which voltric? Up to yr budget and how you 'feel' the racket in yr hands. If u can still find old Armortecs they are excellent rackets too and the mid-end armortecs could still be within yr budget.

    I myself prefer old armortecs than the voltrics.

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    In my budget from Voltric I have: Yonex Voltric 3 - Yonex Voltric 5 (Blue) - Voltric 7 - Voltric 50, when the 50 is the most expensive..

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