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    Current babies:

    1. Kumpoo PowerShot 2300 Hexagon 3U (BG66 @ 25Lbs) --> I love this baby!
    2. Victor BS11 4U (NBG98 @ 25Lbs) --> i dislike this baby of mine and plan to get rid off of it for better!
    3. Kumpoo Trerake 170 (BG65 @ 22Lbs) --> only for wrist training
    4. Benseni NanoFormula 11 3U (BG?? @ 22Lbs) --> thinking of donating this baby to someone else!
    5. ---


    Soon-to-be-adopted babies:

    1. Victor SW35 3U with BG66 @25Lbs --> present from Santa Claus for this Christmas
    2. Yonex AT700 3U with NBG98 @25Lbs --> thinking of adopting this when the price is slightly off
    3. Flypower Tornado 800 3U --> when their marketing is ready to update their so-lack-of-information website, then i'll have this!
    4. Li Ning N50 3U ..or N55... the one Fu uses? but the price is currently still higher than hi-end Yonex racket!

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    #1: Prince Axis 68 @ 22 lbs.- R.I.P. after 3 years of abuse. Every time I smashed, I felt like I had just fired a shotgun, with equal results of damage displayed to my opponents.
    #2: Prince Axis 61 - Finally found one after two weeks. My friend had it sitting in his closet for 8 years. Will be restrung @ 22 lbs. Can't wait to use it. Less power than the Axis 68, but still gets the job done.

    The Axis series were notorious for string breakage and low durability, but I personally never had any problems. I've snap in half countless other rackets.
    Anyone got an Axis, I'll buy it off of you. msg me. ^_^

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    [QUOTE=arfandy;1519583]Current babies:

    1. Kumpoo PowerShot 2300 Hexagon 3U (BG66 @ 25Lbs) --> I love this baby!
    2. Victor BS11 4U (NBG98 @ 25Lbs) --> i dislike this baby of mine and plan to get rid off of it for better!
    3. Kumpoo Trerake 170 (BG65 @ 22Lbs) --> only for wrist training
    4. Benseni NanoFormula 11 3U (BG?? @ 22Lbs) --> thinking of donating this baby to someone else!
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    Kumpoo very famous for TH national player, anyone can share hows Kumpoo racquest performance compared to Li-Ning?

    Thx in advance.

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    This is nearly imposible, but I'll give it a try:

    1. Nanospeed 7000 3U
    2. Ti 10 3U 3:d gen
    3. Nanospeed 6000
    4. Cab 35 3U
    5. Cab 30 MS 3U

    Just outside the list (this week): Arc 10, Arc ZS, Cab 20,

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    Still love 'em. Oldies but goodies.

    1) Yonex ISO-800 Tour - As one time used by Kim Dong Moon and Ha Tae Kwan (Korea)
    2) Yonex Carbonex 21 - Reminds me of Park Joo Bong and Kim Moon Soo (Korea)
    3) Yonex Carbonex 20
    4) Yonex Carbonex 9
    5) Yonex Carbonex 8

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    1at900 awesome smash
    2.at tour good smash and light weight but smash not as strong as at900
    3.ti2 titanium smash.use it for 3years .got a bond with it.super light weight
    4.nothing
    5.nothing

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    Among the rackets I have (valid for now):-
    1. AT900T (Great in defense yet able to generate decent power in smash and drive)
    2. ARC8DX (just started using it not too long ago and would probably take over No 1 spot)
    3. NS9000X (Though it is headlight, the extra stiff shaft and 2U weight are causing some problem in wielding it with ease. Control is excellent)
    4. MP99 (Since picking up badminton seriously, this is the first racket I have acquired)
    5. ARCZS (It was great when I started using it. But I am beginning to feel its flaw)

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    power helix 8000
    metallix 8000tour
    pp T2 (too stiff for me really.)
    nanospeed 300
    mp21

    all of the racquets I have had.

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    1. LN N90 (+N90II) The best singles racket I've played with so far. The N90II is really similar, but a bit less head-heavy for lazier days when I dont wanna move around that much weight.
    2. LN N50II Best doubles racket for me yet - really fast around the net, great feel and precision and even greater smashing power.
    LN N50 Very similar to it's successor, but slightly stiffer and lighter feel. Very very controlled with greatest touch, but I cant utilize all it's power yet.
    Even so, the smashes are very powerful. Mighty doubles racket.
    3. YY ARCZS My second in singles and doubles - very light compared to the N90, but with giant head speed for powerful smashes. I got great touch with it and the defense is good as well.
    4. PP T2 Shares the second place in doubles with the ZS, even lighter, but surprisingly less head speed when smashing. Faster around the net though, and awesome for returning flick serves. Very very controlled racket, 2nd best touch.
    5. LN N70 A very controlled racket, which makes it ideal for accurate defense or halfcourt shots. Not enough smashing power to be amongst my favourite doubles rackets though.

    That list is a work in progress - just like my racket stock. I think the PP Precision will be a worthy opponent for the N50s when it arrives - heard great things about it and it sounds just like my next doubles racket!

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    1. Yonex Armotec 900 Power
    2. Victor Super Wave 35
    3. Yonex Titanium 10 Gen 1 / Gen 2
    4. Mizuno Tetra Cross 70
    5. SOTX Woven 7

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    1. ArcSaber 8 DX
    2. ArcSaber 8 DX
    3. ArcSaber 8 DX
    4. BS09
    5. BS11

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    Rackets I currently have:
    1. PP Trinity 2 - my current go-to stick for doubles
    2. YY Zslash - really like this racket for singles but horrible for doubles
    3. YY NS9900 - great for doubles but a bit too stiff for my liking

    Rackets I used to have:
    1. YY Ti-10 3rd Gen - had a great connection with this stick
    2. YY AT900T - really good at the net but never got a good smash with it
    3. YY NS9000X - great control but also didn't really like the feeling of it when smashing
    4. PP Trinity 1 - excellent all around racket but replaced by PPT2
    5. YY AS8DX - felt sluggish

    Got a Victor BS11 coming in and hopefully get a chance to try the new YY Voltric 70 at some point.

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    Update:

    1. Cab 30 MS - it's powerful and stil very maneuverable. I guess I'll never really leave carbonex. Whenever my game fails I pick this one up and turn it around. We will get married in june...

    2. AT700 - A rare sight in my bag, but with new strings (bg65 power) it's hard to ignore. Sick smashes and a good laugh. Not for serious play though.

    3. Ti10 - Like cab 30, good att everything, but stiffer.

    4. Nanospeed 7000 - fast and stiff. My doubles racket at the moment.

    5. Nanospeed 6000 - If you have a serious smasher oponent. This is the antidote. Nimble!

    just outsid the list

    Cab 35 - got kicked off the list by AT700 because it's not fun enough. Still very good though.

    Still outside the list:

    Arc 10 - To much in between. I might like it better if I got a little bit stronger.
    Arc Z-Slash - Weird, and I strung it too hard. It has to rest untill the strings loosen a bit.
    Cab 20 - Always work well, but at the moment there are others that gives more enjoyment

    Quote Originally Posted by maxp74 View Post
    This is nearly imposible, but I'll give it a try:

    1. Nanospeed 7000 3U
    2. Ti 10 3U 3:d gen
    3. Nanospeed 6000
    4. Cab 35 3U
    5. Cab 30 MS 3U

    Just outside the list (this week): Arc 10, Arc ZS, Cab 20,

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    AT800DEF
    AT700 Old
    Ti 10 1stGen
    AT900T
    Iso TI SP

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    Woven 7 with 1040ti-65
    Yonex Armortec 700 with bg80
    Nanospeed 9000x
    Woven 11
    Carlton powerblade titanium

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    1. Yonex Arcsaber z slash 3UG4
    2. Yonex Arcsaber z slash 3UG4
    3. Yonex Arcsaber 10 3UG4
    4. Li Ning N90 W3S2

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    1.Arcsaber 10 + athelete tape on the head ( singles )
    2.RSL Laser 6900 ( doubles )
    3.Bravesword 09 ( doubles )
    4.none
    5.none

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