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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Another update.
    1. Voltric 80
    2. Arcsaber Z-Slash TH
    3. Arcsaber Z-Slash
    4. Arcsaber 10
    5. Nanospeed 800
    Wohoo... looks like VT80 has found its way to the top pretty fast..

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    Mine's :
    1. Yonex VTZF
    2. Yonex VT80
    3. Yonex ARCZS
    4. Li-Ning Woods N90
    5. Li-Ning Storm N77

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    Thumbs up

    1) Airblade Rasmussen Titanium
    It's old, but if you know where to find a racket with a shaft as stiff as this one, I'd like to hear about it. Not too weighty once you get some thinner strings on it, but enough to make smashing worthwhile.

    2) Airblade Tour (Wasp)
    More flexible, but that means you can play with plastic shuttles without trouble. The Rasmussen Ti just chews up plastics. Also quite old and you'll have to get rid of the original strings. Very light and headlight to boot, so great for a net player. Not difficult to clear, but smashing from the back may prove futile.

    3) Razor V1.1
    Heavier and much more flexible than the Rasmussen, making it a much better singles racket. Clearing's easier, and if you want to smash without much effort, then this can do it. Finding the right tension's a bit hard though.

    4) My first racket was crooked ... it'd been welded back together after it'd snapped But a first racket's like your first woman, no?

    5) Waiting for the perfect racket to add to my list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Wohoo... looks like VT80 has found its way to the top pretty fast..
    I have been using it for about a whole month and I love it !!

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    1) Li Ning N90
    2) Gosen Shiden
    3) Yonex Voltric ZForce
    4) Victor Dravesword LYD
    5) Yonex Armortec 900P

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    Top 5 of racket I own
    1) Yonex NS9900
    2) FZ Forza N-Light 84 - broken
    3) Yonex NS7000
    4) Yonex Arc Z-slash
    5) Karakal SL70

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    TOP RACKETS which i have and love
    yonex vt 70
    yonex vt 60
    yonex arcsaber 3 FL
    carlton vapour trail tour
    yonex NS 6600 (its broken tough luck)

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    Arc Z
    TC400
    Shiden
    Tenbu
    SW31

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    PhotonArc 10Bs12Ns6600zslash

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHsu View Post
    Photon
    Arc 10
    Bs12
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    zslash
    Fixed it for ya.

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    Flypower Tornado 900

    Dislike all my others

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    I don't own all of these, but I'm guessing that these are the ones I would like the most

    N90
    C7
    MX60 / MX80, not entirely sure
    VT-ZF
    SW35

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    My Top 5 for Singles,
    1. Li Ning N90
    2. Li Ning N90 II
    3. Li Ning N50I
    4. Victor SW35
    5. Li NingN50II
    for dopple and mixed the first two change Position^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIE X5 View Post
    Update my list...
    1)RSL Gold X3 (The easiest get my feel when play)
    2)ARC 9
    3)ARC 7
    4)Kason F9
    5)Apacs Lethal 90
    Another update:
    1) RSL Gold X3
    2) Victor MX80
    3) Arcsaber 7
    4) Apac Lethal 90
    5) Kason F9


    MX80... the most forgiving & impressive but rank 2 due feel sore elbow if play too long.
    How ever even had sore elbow but really addicted with MX80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIE X5 View Post
    Another update:
    1) RSL Gold X3
    2) Victor MX80
    3) Arcsaber 7
    4) Apac Lethal 90
    5) Kason F9


    MX80... the most forgiving & impressive but rank 2 due feel sore elbow if play too long.
    How ever even had sore elbow but really addicted with MX80.
    Haha, out of those five, the MX is certainly not the most forgiving Only if you strung it at 22 and the Arc at 33

    My fav 5:
    1. Bravesword 09 (even though it's been broken for so long....I'll get new ones soon!)
    2. Bravesword 10
    3. N70
    4. N90
    5. Oliver T50Power/YY Ti-10 (3rd gen)

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    do you want to sell you ti swing power? let me know?

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    do you want to sell your mp90? let me know

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