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    1. Arcsaber 100 ltd (basically Arc 7)
    2. Carlton VT Tour (like the Arc but lighter and SHINY)
    3. Carlton Fireblade Elite (great racket for an intermediate to use a stiff smashing racket without breaking the bank)
    4. AT900T (used it once so far, uber light but can feel the head heaviness of it)

    5. Carlton Powerblade Ti (ok not a top top racket but my baby from when i was a right beginner, held me in good stead)

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    1.Arc8DX 3U JP for doubles and singles
    2.Cab30 3U JP for doubles and singles
    3.ArcZ 3U JP for singles
    4.TC700 3U for doubles
    5.Kimoni TS150 Training <1U for warming up or against lesser opponent

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    1.) Arcsaber Z slash
    2.) Nanospeed 9900
    3.) Armortec 700 Limited Edition
    4.) Armortec 900 Technique
    5.) Arcsaber 100 Limited Edition

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    Old list
    1. Yonex MP-99
    2. Carbonex 21-SP
    3. Yonex Carbonex 25
    4. Carlton
    5. Victor

    Latest list 2010
    1. Yonex Arcsaber 10
    2. Yonex Ti-10 Gen 3
    3. Yonex Arcsaber 7
    4. Yonex Carbonex 21 SP (still best for singles luv it)
    5. Proace Sweet Spot 2000

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    I don't have a top 5 because I have only tryed two. My first was just a low-class Yonex Isometric 30 DF, which was a good racket to begin with. But now I have moved on to the Yonex Nanospeed 9900. It is a fantastic racket because it is very light which helps me generate more swing speed for harder smashes and deeper clears. It is also very agile and manouverable due to it's lightness. It is very stiff however so I wouldn't recommend this racket to sombody who is still stuggling to get power on their shots, especially smashes, because it will acctually take power off your shot if you do not have the required shoulder strength. For a less physically strong player I would reccomend a more mid-flex or mid-stiff racket. The Nanospeed 9900 does have one flaw though, it is it's drives. I find that you have to put a little bit more effort into drive shots, probably because of the stiffness of the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wan Njang View Post
    Update:
    1. SW35
    2. AT900T
    3. NS9900
    4. Ti10 3rd Gen
    5. Ti10 2nd Gen
    Update:

    1. SW35
    2. Ar8DX
    3. AT900T
    4. NS9900
    5. Ti10

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    update:
    1. yonex Arcsaber 8 dx
    2. Victor total inside wave 6000
    3. yonex Armortec 900 power
    4. yonex arcsaber 7 (4th cause the lack of power)
    5. Yonex armortec 700

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    wishlist:-
    1. Gosen Ryoga Tenbu
    2. Yonex Arcsaber10
    3. Gosen Roots Aermet Blaze
    4. Yonex Armortec 900T
    5. Li Ning Rocks N33

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    1) Armortec 900T
    2) Armortec 900T
    3) Armortec 900T
    4) Armortec 900T
    5) Armortec 900T

    Looks like 900T is a forum favourite. But doesn't seem that popular where i am at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pramilainc View Post
    1) Armortec 900T
    2) Armortec 900T
    3) Armortec 900T
    4) Armortec 900T
    5) Armortec 900T

    Looks like 900T is a forum favourite. But doesn't seem that popular where i am at.
    you got 5 sticks of A900T??

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    1. Yonex Arcsaber 7
    2. Wilson Vertex BLX
    3. Apacs Lethal 70
    4. Yonex Armortec 900P
    5. Yonex Nanospeed 7700
    Last edited by cl427x; 07-14-2010 at 04:56 AM.

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    ^ I changed my mind, especially because I totally forgot my favorite racket of all time. Shame on me.

    1. Yonex Ti-10
    2. Apacs Lethal 70
    3. Yonex Arcsaber 7
    4. Yonex Armortec 900P
    5. Wilson Vertex BLX

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcyong View Post
    you got 5 sticks of A900T??
    I wish! no. Just saying thats the only racket i'm using.
    So far had 3. But sold one of them cos its weight wasnt consistent with others.
    Always on lookout to buy more 2nd hand on discount..

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    1_ Yonex NanoSpeed 9900
    2_ Yonex ArcSaber 7
    3_ Babolat X-Feel Power
    4_ Babolat X-Feel Essential
    5_ I wish I can try an ArcSaber 8 DX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom_bad View Post
    1_ Yonex NanoSpeed 9900
    2_ Yonex ArcSaber 7
    3_ Babolat X-Feel Power
    4_ Babolat X-Feel Essential
    5_ I wish I can try an ArcSaber 8 DX
    Thom_bad, can share a little on the racquet differents (power, control, drops, defense) between your NS9900 and arc 7?

    Btw, what type of player are you.?

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    1) MP100 (Stiff and powerful and all round)
    2) Ti10 1st Gen (Stiff and powerful) (Produce a loud metallic sound with Ti68 String during Jump Smash )
    3) AT800 OF (Head Heavy and Strong Smash, But a bit weak in defense)
    4) AT700 (Old Colour)(Head Heavy and Strong Smash, But the shaft get flex quickly and need to replace soon)
    5) NS9000x (Fast but Head is too Light, not enough power)
    6) MP99 (powerful, but the shaft is a bit too flex for me)
    7) Ti8 (Stiff and powerful, but a bit slow)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    1. NS9900
    2. AT900 Technique
    3. NS9000 Type X
    4. Carlton Vapour Trail Tour
    5. Arc Z-Slash
    After 8 months and a few rackets added, here's my new list:
    1. YY NS9900: Still the best racket IMO super fast and extra stiff attack
    2. Li-Ning N90II: has overtook AT900T to the 2nd spot, very powerful racket but just a little bit slower than NS9900
    3 & 4. Flypower Warrior 8 & AT900 Technique: I place these 2 rackets on par as I cant pick which one is better
    5. YY NS9000X: As fast as NS9900 but not as powerful

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