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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    If I had to name just one person who could possibly do this...It has to be Dan...
    me too.
    I was kinda disappointed that he wouldn't even give it a try

    oh, to be in topic. I will list my 5 but not in order because it depends on lotta things like mood, biorhythm, plastic vs feather, type of string and tension on it, etc

    3U800DE, 4U800OF, cab22, mp99, reserved for future model

    since mid march, i had been using my cracked 2U cab20 power exclusively and very satisfied with it.
    Last edited by cooler; 07-11-2006 at 01:00 AM.

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    Thumbs up Good stuff..

    Hmm... since I'm a gear geek, I'd like to add my own input... tough choices though, been through so many...

    1.) yy Boron 200 - too many great memories and moments not to have it here.
    2.) yy ti10 - fantastic racquet, the Titan
    3.) yy carbonex 2x - all of its iterations, yup they're just that damn good.
    4.) Forza super power 9000 - totally unexpected performance, blew me away, until i blew them apart smashing
    5.) Carlton as1 (i think this is the correct model name) - Giving you the big grin factor, and a big surprise. Although i never owned one.

    Of special note, the yy ns 9000x has my attention as of late; very reminiscent of the Forza Super Power 9000, ti10, and the cab20 long.

    Very fast speed generation @ the head of the racquet...

    You've heard of the term "The Big Bang" from your science texts...
    well to me, these racquets amplify this term to the max.

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    Sounds like work in process or WIP for short. Where is the % completion and material added? Are you using First-in-First-Out or weighted-average inventory method to allocate process costs? Okie, I am babbling cost accounting crap.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    What I have to do to each racket to make the grip perfect (for me) is different as all rackets are not made the same. I won't go into how I do it because it'll take too long. But I will tell you the end result:

    1) The butt cap doesn't "catch" during grip transitions and is soft (more cushioning)
    2) The handle edges need to be smoothed down (a bit) to make it easier on the hands
    3) Wrapping the overgrip is always smooth and half overlapped
    4) Overgrip goes up to just the top of the cone
    5) Grip needs to be tacky but not overly tacky, see # 1.
    6) Final grip needs to enhance or maintain the overall balance of the racket. When you hold the racket, the racket needs to feel like an extension of your hand.

    All this is not easy to do, It's been a work in progress for me for 6+ months. And if you have to ask, I have Ba Su to thank for this madness.
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    1.Yonex NS9K type X
    2.AT700
    3.AT900p
    4.AT900t
    5.MP100 or MP99

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    SOTX D600
    SOTX woven 7
    SOTX woven 12
    Yonex AT800 Offense
    Yonex AT700
    in this order.

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    Carlton PowerBlade Elite
    Carlton AirBlade 800
    Carlton PowerFlo 807(2007 new series)
    Pro Ace wide body 33

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    1) RSL Ti 5900 (Great Control and Power)
    2) RSL Ti 5190 (Great Control some Power)
    3) Karakal SL-80 (Great Control)
    4) RSL Laser 6900 (Awesome Power)
    5) Karakal SL-70 (Great Control)

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    My list has changed quite a bit. It's now:

    1. Cab 30 MS (Great all around racket. Just lacking some defense though)
    2. AT 800 OF (Another good racket, but the shaft on mine is turning into a medium flex by now)
    3. Woven 7 (Most stable racket I have ever tried)
    4. Cab 20 MS (Another great all around racket)
    5. Ti-7 (When I don't feel like swinging harder, this racket works wonders. Quite different than most of the rackets I owned, it's head light oriented

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    Default others than yonex

    Apacs Nano 9000 Speed
    Apacs Armo Power 700
    Yangyang Nano Sensation 100
    Pro Kennex Kinetic Titanium 10
    Wilson N85

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    1) Modified Yonex Ti-10 3U at 120g. It's a rifle, from the sound, for feather shuttles. The racket swings faster than a standard NS8000.
    1) Ashaway Ti-130 + extra 20g heavy grip. It's the best racket I have come across for plastic shuttles. It's an occasional rifle for soggy plastics.
    1) Fake Ti-10, equivalent to a 5U racket + extra 20g heavy grip. It's a rapier of a racket. Comparable power to my Ti-10 rifle, but with superior defense.

    I have used other rackets. But they don't make the grade. All 3 rackets occupy the number 1 spot for their respective tasks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
    1) Modified Yonex Ti-10 3U at 120g. It's a rifle, from the sound, for feather shuttles. The racket swings faster than a standard NS8000.
    Everything else equal, it's impossible to have a 120 gram racket swing faster than a 89 gram one. Not unless you can defy the laws of physics.

    Oh wait, this is CD we're talking about so I guess it is possible...

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    heres mine

    1. AT700
    2. MP99
    3. NS8000
    4. AT800
    5. AT500

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDoo6
    1) Modified Yonex Ti-10 3U at 120g. It's a rifle, from the sound, for feather shuttles. The racket swings faster than a standard NS8000.

    ...

    1) Fake Ti-10, equivalent to a 5U racket + extra 20g heavy grip. It's a rapier of a racket. Comparable power to my Ti-10 rifle, but with superior defense.
    dude are you serious???? or you are on something that you shouldn't

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    My Top 5

    1. Nanospeeed 9000 Type X
    2. Yonex Ti10 (old version)
    3. Armortec 900P
    4. Armortec 800 OF
    5. Armortec 700

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyWdq
    dude are you serious???? or you are on something that you shouldn't
    Yeah dood, I am still on a high. We will be promoted in our league, and I am promoting myself to a better player. Our last opposition melted away without a fight. They decided to desolve their club rather than to face us. Of course I planned to give them some serious heavy rifle fire for their cheating against me last year when I was a mere noo6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Everything else equal, it's impossible to have a 120 gram racket swing faster than a 89 gram one. Not unless you can defy the laws of physics.

    Oh wait, this is CD we're talking about so I guess it is possible...
    It is possible if you try. One of my original goals was to obtain comparable speed to NS8000. But I seemed to have exceeded the goal. As a laugh I borrowed an NS8000 recently and gave it some tries. It felt a lot heavier on a swing than my heavy racket. My performance with the NS seemed to have degraded significantly since the last time I used it. I could now manage only half court clears instead of 3/4 clear when I was a noo6. This is one funny racket.

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    poor me.. in my whole of 2 yrs badminton world..
    only got 1 and only racket..

    THE yonex ti-10(long)

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