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    Can you tell me more about Babolat x feel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Update

    1) Arc Z JP 2UG5
    2) Arc Z UK 3UG5
    3) Arc Z SP 3UG5
    4) AT900T (warming up racket/back up)
    5) None. Sold off all other rackets.

    Coming soon: 1 more JP 2UG5 Arc Z and 1 Arc Z Taufik Hidayat (3UG5) special limited edition for collecting purpose.

    Conclusion? Crazy $%#&-ing Arc Z man.
    Since you have no number 5 and your number 4 is the outcast and you are already waiting for another Arc?

    You are pretty much an Arc Z FANATIC. May I refer you as Mister Arcman!

    Mind testing and trying Victor Super Inside Waves 35? I guess you've already done so and still would bet the farm on your beloved and trusted Z?
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 05-25-2010 at 11:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Updated List....

    The "best" offensive single rackets in the world :-)

    1) Mizuno TC700, still going strong
    2) Li Ning N55
    3) Li Ning N90 tied with N70
    4) Yonex Arcsaber 10
    5) Victor SW 35

    /Twobeer
    The GOSEN Gavun Aermet 6900 doesn't figure in your all time list? Finally seen the 6900, I bend it for feel and it seems to be pretty stiff.

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    1. Super Inside Waves 35 (prospecting a Spira 21 but think I'll take a pass)
    2. nil
    3. nil
    4. nil
    5. nil


    I'm pathetic, the rest of my rackets are for collections purposes only so they have to be cool and good looking!

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    Li-Ning N50II
    SOTX Woven-16
    Li-Ning N90 II Classic
    Li-Ning N90 II
    Mizuno Luminasonic 7

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    I m a double player

    1. RSL Laser 9900 (devil and sexy)
    2. Yonex A900T (very naughty)
    3. Victor SW35 (pretty evil)
    4. Victor BS10 (not nasty enough - oredi SOLD!)

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    Here are mine. Just simple one but enjoy all of them.

    1. Yonex Ti-10 2Gen
    2. Yonex Ti-10 3Gen
    3. Yonex AT900T
    4. Wilson Recon BLX
    5. Wilson Vertex BLX
    6. Gosen Roots Aermet 2700

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    Hi Eric,
    How are Wilson BLX series? compared with K-factors?

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    I find new Wilson BLX range more solid and better feel. Was using K Factor K-Tour before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    1. Yonex cab20
    2. Yonex cab21
    3. Yonex cab22
    4. Yonex Isometric 900 SS
    5. Yonex Isometric 600
    how things has changed in a few years.

    my current list is:

    1. Yonex Arcsaber 9
    2. Yonex Arcsaber 10
    3. Jpsee 99931
    4. Yonex Armortec 700
    5. Yonex cab22

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    1. RSL Laser 6900 - Very light ( headlight ), amazing defense, progessive midflex-midstiff ( so is stiff at the start ) equals to hitting a shuttle with a hammer , great control, amazing feel, all of that equals BEAST. ( nickname aka The 'DNA Special' or 'Dark Angel' )
    2. Victor Powerwave 12 - Light, headheavy and midflex, Powerfullll , and good defense, and great control. ( nickname aka 'Drazer's White/New Flames' )
    3. Arcsaber 7 - Light, evenly balanced, great defense, midflex, great power and control. ( nickname aka 'Zeus' )
    4. RSL Diamond X3 Silver - evenly balanced, progessive midstiff, amazing power, crazy control, I would say it has better power than Arcsaber 7 but 7 has more of a all-round gameplay so I rely on it more. ( nickname aka 'Arc-Angel' )
    5. Armortec 700 - No Doubt about it amazingly strong, flexible, good feel. ( nickname aka 'Drazen's Flames' )

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    NEW NAMES

    1. RSL Laser 6900 - Very light ( headlight ), amazing defense, progessive midflex-midstiff ( so is stiff at the start ) equals to hitting a shuttle with a hammer , great control, amazing feel, all of that equals BEAST. ( nickname aka The 'DNA Special' or 'Dark Angel' )
    2. Victor Powerwave 12 - Light, headheavy and midflex, Powerfullll , and good defense, and great control. ( nickname aka 'Drazer's White/New Flames' or ' Counter (Imp)ulse K' ' )
    3. Arcsaber 7 - Light, evenly balanced, great defense, midflex, great power and control. ( nickname aka 'Zeus' or 'Vestage' )
    4. RSL Diamond X3 Silver - evenly balanced, progessive midstiff, amazing power, crazy control, I would say it has better power than Arcsaber 7 but 7 has more of a all-round gameplay so I rely on it more. ( nickname aka 'X-Revolution' or 'Arc-Angel' )
    5. Armortec 700 - No Doubt about it amazingly strong, flexible, good feel. ( nickname aka 'Drazen's Flames' or ' Impulse K' ' )

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Since you have no number 5 and your number 4 is the outcast and you are already waiting for another Arc?

    You are pretty much an Arc Z FANATIC. May I refer you as Mister Arcman!

    Mind testing and trying Victor Super Inside Waves 35? I guess you've already done so and still would bet the farm on your beloved and trusted Z?
    Hahaha yeah, racket is a personal thing ...as long as you found one that suits u why not? (Like Ti-10s and AT700 fanatics)
    Anyway, you are right that the no.5 slot has been taken by you bet it, another Arc Z, 2U JP. And one more limited edition red color TH Arc Z is coming in July.
    I have tried SW35, not to my taste. In Fact i prefer BS10 (i owned one). But then later i sold it to my friend. (One of the most respected forum member's brother)
    Having said that i am still open for other rackets .....the one now that really caught my attention is the Flypower from Indon. Will hope to try some of them when i got back Malaysia .....
    Mr Arc man ?Nah ...i am sure there are others out there with more Arc Z than i am. (like some ti-10 zealots here who owns more than 20 of them ...name shall not be revealed for privacy and safety (of the Ti-10) kekeke)

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    1. Arcsaber 8DX
    2. Li Ning Flame N50
    3. Li Ning Woods N90
    4. Arcsaber Z-Slash
    5. Ti-10

    All of these are wants =P

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    1. Victor SW 35 (can't stop using it)
    2. Arc Z (NZ) (Giving up)
    3. Nanospeed 9900 (AS)
    4. Fishers Black Granite
    5. Carb 21SP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marpan View Post
    2. Arc Z (NZ) (Giving up)
    First, if you plan to give up, then don't put it in second spot.
    Secondly, don't give up, GIVE it to me hehehehehe
    I am an Arc Z freak

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    1. RSL Heat 9500
    2. RSL M10 Heat 700
    3. RSL Heat 8900
    4. RSL 6900 (cracked)
    5. RSL X3 Gold (too heavy)

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