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    Update, thanks to: http://www.mjstrings.ca/

    #1: SOTX Woven 7
    #2: SOTX Woven 7
    #3: SOTX Woven 7
    #4: SOTX Woven 7
    #5: SOTX Woven 7



    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Oh, BTW, new update again:

    1) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with white BG80 @ 28lbs.
    2) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with white BG80 @ 27lbs.
    3) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 with blue BG80 @ 27lbs.
    4) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 (picking up tonight)
    5) NS 9000-X, 3UG4 (picking up tonight)


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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    #1: SOTX Woven 7
    #2: SOTX Woven 7
    #3: SOTX Woven 7
    #4: SOTX Woven 7
    #5: SOTX Woven 7
    how about the strings and tensions?

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    mjstrings is a very nice guy, curious now what tips he gave in to move the w7 back in the lead. i am sure there will be a few following this thread as well equally curious since you are very particular about your stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    how about the strings and tensions?
    Dang, tough crowd these days.

    #1: Woven 7, Ashaway NGX at 26.0/28.5lbs.
    #2: Woven 7, Ashaway NGX-XL at 27.5/30lbs.
    #3: Woven 7, Vinlux Vline (0.63mm!) at 25.5/28.0lbs.
    #4: Woven 7, BG80 at 26.0/28.5lbs.
    #5: Woven 7, Head Super Power 67 at 26.0/28.5lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Dang, tough crowd these days.
    dont get angry.....
    you did stated in your N9kX before, to differentiate which is better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ormy4 View Post
    mjstrings is a very nice guy, curious now what tips he gave in to move the w7 back in the lead. i am sure there will be a few following this thread as well equally curious since you are very particular about your stuff.
    Actually, believe it or not, after trying and experimenting with all this equipment, I'm not very particular about my equipment anymore!

    As long as the equipment is reasonably "good", I have no problem using it, I can "adjust" to it. If I were to list my #6 - #10 rackets, they would all be the SOTX Woven 4A.

    I do have my preferences though, and my preferences are heavier, more stable, inexpensive, durable, rackets. Basically heavier bang-for-the-buck rackets. And that happens to be the Woven 7 and 4A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    dont get angry.....
    you did stated in your N9kX before, to differentiate which is better...
    Angry? Panda an-greeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    Huh on your second sentence, panda no understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Angry? Panda an-greeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

    Huh on your second sentence, panda no understand.
    Nice panda is turing green and turning into Panda Hulk. Watchout!!! Run for your life!!!

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    I am seeing a stringing machine in my future now if i am clever i can teach grandma to string since she enjoys quilting so much. better get her hand weights to get her with that grip strength. for those holding w7 and w4a good news there value has now gone up 15 percent.

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    Need to get the woven 4a into your racquet review now to tie up any loose ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ormy4 View Post
    Need to get the woven 4a into your racquet review now to tie up any loose ends.
    Already did, I just haven't updated the image yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Already did, I just haven't updated the image yet.
    lol... image... your profile's image is a polar bear and it suppose to be PANDA...
    i want panda....
    ok, back to top, actually i was referring to the rackets that you nominated as your best rackets. all are the same. previously on N9kX, you did add which type of string and tension, so, i assumed that types of string will determine which is better for you...

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    Sorry a bit of confusion on my part. I just listed my Top 5 rackets as what I have in my bag, what I use. I only have one 9000-X left. Sold the rest.

    So my bad.

    Best rackets are all relative, but overall for me, I'd have to say for overall balance, attack 50%, defense 50%, it's hard to beat the 9000-X. 9000-S if you want something a bit more forgiving.


    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    lol... image... your profile's image is a polar bear and it suppose to be PANDA...
    i want panda....
    ok, back to top, actually i was referring to the rackets that you nominated as your best rackets. all are the same. previously on N9kX, you did add which type of string and tension, so, i assumed that types of string will determine which is better for you...

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    It's basically the rackets I ever used.



    #1 - Yonex Armotec 900 Technique 22lbs 4ug4
    #2 - yonex Nanospeed 7000 24lbs ( forgot the sizes)
    #3 - Yonex Ti-5 ( old ) at 22lbs ( forgot the sizes )
    #4 - Dream - 22lbs ( Friend's racket that I borrowed while waiting for new rackets )
    #5 - BlackKnight Dynamo ???? The 1st racket that died in my hands.


    To be determined - Arc Saber 7 =]

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    #1: Armortec 500, BG 65 at 22-24lbs
    #2: Woven 7, BG 80 at 21-24lbs
    #3: Woven 7i, BG 65 at 28lbs
    #4: Woven 7i, BG 65 at 20lbs
    #5: Wilson Attacker ( first raqcuet , picked up at local Wal-Mart )

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    1.Yonex Armortec 700, new model, 3UG3
    2.Yonex Nanospeed 9000s, 3UG3
    3.Yonex Muscle Power 99, 3UG3

    I would like to try these : MP88, MP100, Ti10 and Cab20 (or 21,22... any old oval rackets lol) but I have difficulties to find these at a decent price...

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    1. Yonex Ti-10, new, 3ug4
    2. Yonex Ti-10, old, 3ug4
    3. Yonex Slim 10, 3ug4
    4. Yonex Armortec 900 Technique, 4ug4
    5. Yonex Armortec 700, old, 4ug4

    I'm currently using a ti-10 (new) and at900t since my ti-10 (old) and slim 10 broke a while back. =(

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