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    1 to 5 = RSL millenium ti 66 with ti68yonex strings at 26 lbs,, LMAo ... wanted to tie at 30lbs , but scared of breakage, im not rich

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    1) Yonex nano speed 7000 3UG4

    2) Yonex MP 100 2UG4

    3) Yonex AT 700 OF

    4) Yonex Carbonex 8100 Light 3UG3

    5) Yonex MP 55
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    1) NS 8000 3U - Manoueverable, Powerful
    2) Cab 30MS 2U - Sexy , Balanced
    3) MP 99 3U - Once again, Sexy + Balanced
    4) Ti-7 Light 3U - Balanced
    5) MP 88 4U - Great Defensive Racquet

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    time to update

    1. BR racket with BG66
    2. Cab21 with BS900
    3. MP88 with BG66S
    4. Cab30MS (will be strung with Babolat natural gut soon)

    I only have above rackets strung, all my other rackets are unstrung, so I don't have 5.

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    1. Nanospeed 7000, head light but head heavy
    2. MP100, its a heavy but powerful offensive racquet
    3. Armortec700, good all around racquet
    4. Armortec800-OF, light racquet, head heavy
    5. Cab30MS, light racquet but good on offensive

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    whats the difference between the original mp88 and mp88SP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanatico
    whats the difference between the original mp88 and mp88SP?
    no difference, just the country code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanatico
    whats the difference between the original mp88 and mp88SP?
    IMO, no differences. My five rackets:

    1.NS8000 3u/g4
    2.going to get NS8000 3u/g4 or AT800De (torn between two loves)
    3.MP99 3u/g4
    4.Mp88 4u/g4
    5.Not yet.
    Hic hic I wanna buy one more racket NS8000 or AT8000De but cannot decide. Prefer another NS8000 but wanna diversify my collection. Can any one compare the feel of MP88 to that of AT800De. If they are almost the same (As I think they might be), I will go for one more NS8000.

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    In no particular order:

    1. Yonex MP99
    2. Yonex AT800Def
    3. Sotx Woven 8a
    4. LaFleche Ti500 Superlight
    5. RSL 4900

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    Default Monki

    RSL X1
    RSL 4900
    RSL 5900
    Armotec 700
    BADRUS 777 Defensive

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    Cool Monki's Favorite

    RSL X1
    RSL 4900
    RSL 5900
    Armotec 700
    BADRUS 777 Defensive

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    can anyone enlighten me ..

    i couldnt find my racket on the rsl website .. but what i found is , a racket 100% similar to mine . it is called ti 5900 5th millenium series RSL .
    but what is written on my racket is rsl millenium5 ti 66 .

    i am wondering did i bought a fake ?

    please check it out in www.rsl-1928.com
    and please post feedback to me .. i emailed rsl but i coulnt get a reply.

    ill post pictures l;ater on when i get home

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    Quote Originally Posted by lex1437
    can anyone enlighten me ..

    i couldnt find my racket on the rsl website .. but what i found is , a racket 100% similar to mine . it is called ti 5900 5th millenium series RSL .
    but what is written on my racket is rsl millenium5 ti 66 .

    i am wondering did i bought a fake ?

    please check it out in www.rsl-1928.com
    and please post feedback to me .. i emailed rsl but i coulnt get a reply.

    ill post pictures l;ater on when i get home
    See the topic of this thread and you should notice this is not the place to ask such question. You should start your own thread on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005

    4. Tactic XS-80i, 84g, cross-series, TORAY High Modulus Graphite.
    5. Tactic SiXVI, 77g. Carbon Fiber+Full Woven.

    Number 4 is awsome, if anyone try this racket, you'll notice the grommets alternates on the edge of the racket. Kinda like criss-cross. Pretty cool design. Increases the smash power by 10% (that's what the catalog says).
    I've tried both these Tactic rackets as well as the NamiSpeed. All excellent rackets, right up there with the best Yonex has to offer.

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    My Top 5 (rackets I have tested in detail):

    1) SOTX Woven 8 and 9 (8 = more balanced, 9 = more head heavy)

    2) DHS Top VS 3000 (impressive offense and good defense, heavy; the most underrated racket around)

    3) SOTX Woven 7 (total attack racket, very heavy a la Cab 9, weaker on defense)

    4) Yonex AT series (impressive performing rackets all around, just need better durability and refine the finish)

    5) RSL X-1 (an excellent all around racket, no weaknesses but pricey like Yonex)

    On the horizon/need more testing: SOTX Woven 11, 13, 16, a bunch of Tactic rackets, Toalson, Yang-Yang, Wilson NCode Series from Taiwan.

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    1. Nanospeed 8000 - Nice net play and good feeling (I use it myself)
    2. Armortec 800 OF - I think it's nice for bagground play (smash, cut etc.)
    3. Armortec 800 DE - Nice all around racquet!
    4. Armortec 500 - Very light and good feeling
    5. Armortec 700 - Nice smash and all around!
    That's my top 5!

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    1- Carbonex 20Sp (original)
    2-Carbonex 21sp (red version)
    3- Wilson Vtech Tour
    4- Mp99
    5- carbonex 21

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