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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    I should mention though, for some those who used to a heavy racket may find it hard to adjust to NS9900 or BS10. At first they will have timing problem as well as finding it harder to generate power. Generating power using a head light extra stiff racket requires different techniques which in turn requires different part of the muscle.
    that's what i am looking for..the answer of 'how to adjust the timing problem for head-light i.e. BS10??' and by having said that, can u brief me the technique from your experience?

    sometime change from VT80 to BS10 caught me into timing-problem, where i did hit the birdie on the frame a lots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    that's what i am looking for..the answer of 'how to adjust the timing problem for head-light i.e. BS10??' and by having said that, can u brief me the technique from your experience?

    sometime change from VT80 to BS10 caught me into timing-problem, where i did hit the birdie on the frame a lots.
    Well, Im no brainer here and each person will have different ways and time adjusting into anything. So, on that point of timing adjustment i have nothing to suggest to anyone beside the fact that BS10 moves faster than eg. VT80. I guess you have to try and try until a point where you can feel the speed of your swing, one of my coach once told me that a racket is part of your body, you know the same philosophy/relation a swordman would have with his/her sword.

    On the technnical point of view on using head light vs head heavy racket, i guess you can consider one for example the way pros who uses head heavy racket (eg. LD and TH) hold their racket way at the bottom. OTOH guys like LYD holds the racket up high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Well, Im no brainer here and each person will have different ways and time adjusting into anything. So, on that point of timing adjustment i have nothing to suggest to anyone beside the fact that BS10 moves faster than eg. VT80. I guess you have to try and try until a point where you can feel the speed of your swing, one of my coach once told me that a racket is part of your body, you know the same philosophy/relation a swordman would have with his/her sword.

    On the technnical point of view on using head light vs head heavy racket, i guess you can consider one for example the way pros who uses head heavy racket (eg. LD and TH) hold their racket way at the bottom. OTOH guys like LYD holds the racket up high.
    I feel with a head light racket timing and pronation are much more important than with a head heavy one. The head heavy one will swing through shots even if the timing is slightly off and will have greater impulse when swung with weak or no pronation. The head light racket is easier to accelerate, but will also lose more power on impact with the shuttle, so on the point of impact, you have to grip it tightly (difficult to time for some). The big motions of the swinging action (shoulder and elbow movements) will not benefit the shot power as much as the pronation/supination.

    The comparison of LD and TH with LYD is more about playing style/discipline than rackets - singles players are rarely forced to grip the racket higher as the shot frequency is much lower than in doubles, there are few drives and interceptions are mostly blocks as fast replies tend to open up parts of the court your partner would cover in doubles. In doubles, racket speed and interception are much more vital. The net player often has next to no time to react and needs all the speed he can generate to intercept shots. Although that can be achieved by picking lighter, head light rackets, many prefer head heavier racket due to superior smashing power and increased control from mid- and front-court.
    LYD for example uses the BS09 which is (while light) pretty head heavy. That gives it much control at the front, while the medium stiff shaft makes short movements like drives and net kills more powerful at the cost of back court control and possibly smash power. Cai Yun has a similar preference with the LN N70/Kason C7 which are both head heavy and medium stiff (but generate less head speed=smash power in my experience).

    To make this post slightly on-topic:
    1. PP TPro
    2. Victor BS09
    3. LN N50
    4. LN N70
    5. LN N90 (more about enjoying the feel of it than good results - the heaviness seriously limits racket speed and shot accuracy)

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    well said j4ckie

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    1. Yonex ArcSaber Z-Slash
    2. Yonex Voltric 80
    3. Yonex ArcSaber 8 DX
    4. Yonex Armortec 900 Power
    5. Victor Brave Sword 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    well said j4ckie
    yupp...all is well. there is no shortcut to the VICTORy.....

    rise and rise again, till lamb become a 'harimau malaya' (tiger)..!

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    1. PP TPro
    2. Yonex Ti-10 3rd gen
    3. PP Precision
    4. Yonex AT800 DE
    5. Yonex MP90

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    1 - Victor Brave Sword 12
    2 - Victor Brave Sword 09
    3 - Panda Power Precision
    4 - Victor SW36
    5 - Yonex Arcsaber 7

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    1 & 2: Li Ning N90 & Wilson K Rival (each had plus & minus)
    3: Yonex Arcsaber 100th limited
    4: Astec Titanium 18 (only had this series from astec, but heard they had a lot of good racquet)
    5. Yonex Isometric Alpha

    would like to tried Yonex Armortec 900 tech & Babolat Xfeel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windboy View Post
    1 & 2: Li Ning N90 & Wilson K Rival (each had plus & minus)
    3: Yonex Arcsaber 100th limited
    4: Astec Titanium 18 (only had this series from astec, but heard they had a lot of good racquet)
    5. Yonex Isometric Alpha

    would like to tried Yonex Armortec 900 tech & Babolat Xfeel
    OMG you have Arcsaber 100th limited????

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    Keep yer pants on. It's not like they're a rarity or anything.

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    by the way, here are my favourite 5 "old racket":

    1.yonex carbonex 8sp
    2.Sideks Aerodynamic
    3.Sideks Aerovision
    4.Sideks Aerometric
    5.Sideks Carbon 21

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    @Calvin 789
    yup, got it for almost six months
    overall it's a great rackets (the power, balance & manuver is wonderful but still can't get used to it (fell to light to control)

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    anyway, can someone help me to explain what had happen to Sideks brand...? for those of you who is not familiar with this brand, it was produced in middle of 90's by the Sidek brothers (Jalani, Rashid, Misbun & Rahman Sidek)... i like Sideks racket during 90's but suddenly i couldnt find 1 in the new millennium... does it still exist or they already stop producing badminton equipments? thanx...
    Quote Originally Posted by TheSmasherKing View Post
    by the way, here are my favourite 5 "old racket":

    1.yonex carbonex 8sp
    2.Sideks Aerodynamic
    3.Sideks Aerovision
    4.Sideks Aerometric
    5.Sideks Carbon 21

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    My current top 5 racket:
    1. Kason - Twister F9
    2. Victor - The legend
    3. Victor - MX80
    4. Arcsaber zslash
    5. Victor - SP22

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    Here's mine:

    1. Flame N55
    2. Flame N55
    3. BS 10
    4. Z-Slash TH ( Sold )
    5. Z Slash ( Sold )

    My GF:

    1. Rocks N30
    2. Rocks N30-II
    3. Rocks N30-II
    4. BS 11
    5. NS9900 ( Looking for Buyer )

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    My current racket:

    1. RSL Diamond X5 Silver
    2. RSL Diamond X3 Gold
    3. Yonex NCTUFF 9

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