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    why dont u guys make some polling on this 5 top racket topic?. Might be interesting to see the results. Is polling available in this forum?.

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    1. Yonex Carbonex 21
    2. Mizuno Mystic Power 800
    3. Babolat Satelite Pulsar
    4. Hiqua Slim 10
    5. Yonex MP77

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanatico
    whats the difference between the original mp88 and mp88SP?
    i looked at other websites and for the original mp88, the recommended tension is up to 21 lbs. for the mp88sp, it is up to 24 lbs.

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    My Top 5 for use at the moment, but I only have four different racquets:

    1. Karakal SLTi-80
    2. Slazenger Xcel S1
    3. Karakal SL-80
    4. Slazenger Pro Carbon Ti

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    1) Yonex Isometric Slim 10 - unfortunately as this was discontinued some time ago I can no longer find any to buy

    2) Babolat Satelite Pulsar - I have three of these, they are terrific all round and are fantastic value

    3) Yonex Muscle Power 88 - I have one 3U MP88, I think it's the most unde Yonex racket

    4) Carlton Airblade Superlite - Amazingly light and quick, great for defending

    5) Babolat Booster Lite - My first impressions were that it is remarkably similar to the Slim 10 but haven't really played with it much so my judgment is reserved for now.

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    1. SOTX Woven 8 (can't beat the price with such performance!!)
    2. SOTX Woven 9
    3. Yonex AT 500
    4. Yonex ISO 900 SS
    5. Pro Kenny Dynamic 800

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    This is my list of excellent racquets:

    Armotec 800 (Offensive)
    Armortec 300
    Nanospeed 7000
    Carbonex 21
    Carbonex 10

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    mi top 5!!
    1)proace abs power1000
    2)yonex muscle power100
    3)yonex nanospeed7000
    4)yonex muscle power99
    5)yonex powerpoint(fake racket frm china)

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    Updated list:

    -True Speed TS-100
    -SOTX Woven 8 & 9
    -SOTX Woven 7
    -Yonex AT800-DE
    -DHS Top VS 3000

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    - Yonex AT 700 4u/g5
    - Yonex AT 700 3u/g5
    - Yonex AT 800 OFF 3u/g5
    - Yonex MP 77 3u/g5
    - Yonex TI 10 3u/g5

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Updated list:

    -True Speed TS-100
    -SOTX Woven 8 & 9
    -SOTX Woven 7
    -Yonex AT800-DE
    -DHS Top VS 3000
    any link and detail on your true speed? show us some pictures

    favorite:
    1. wilson n90(selling though, can't sell my ti10 due to being a gift)
    2. ti10

    trying it tonight: woven9a, should be above ti10 from speculation

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    1) Cab20 Original
    2) Cab30MS
    3) AT800 DEF (4U)
    4) Carlton Aerogear FX 700(something like that)
    5) NS7K

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrocyanic
    any link and detail on your true speed? show us some pictures

    favorite:
    1. wilson n90(selling though, can't sell my ti10 due to being a gift)
    2. ti10

    trying it tonight: woven9a, should be above ti10 from speculation
    Sure, I can post some pictures tonight...going to play Bad now...yes, I give the 9 the edge, it's more stable than the Ti10 and better for defense. Power is comparable.

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    update on my list
    1. woven9a, boy this thing is good! much much more stable off-center shot(first time using it :P ), durable paint, had a good clash with an at700 today, no scratch, the shaft is less stiff, but good repulsion anyways
    smash is fast, string is sotxti65, strung at 25lbs and much better than ti10 bg66 at 24, handle is abit small though, got to put an overgrip later when the grip is done
    2. wilson n90, putting it here b/c it gives me an easy time
    3. ti10
    4. tispsx, not my style

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    1. mmoa mbr-9800 85g "completely woven"
    2. mmoa mbr-502 ATB 86g "Anti-Torsion-Bridge"
    3. victor artery ti-98 3u
    4. victor Zhao Jianhua 3000 3u
    5. victor artery ti-99 3u

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    1) Woven-8 - Just got this racket and I'm in love with it.
    2) Cab20 - Definately on my tobuy list when I get the money
    3) Carlton Airblade - Heard good things about this headlight racket, definately worth trying
    4) Woven-9 - Lighter version of Woven-8
    5) NS8k - Just to conform a little.

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    Update (again):

    1) SOTX Woven 11
    2) SOTX Diamond Fighter D-600 and D-900
    3) Yonex NS9000-X
    4) True Speed TS-100
    5) SOTX Woven 7

    Honorable Mention: SOTX Woven 8 and 9, Yonex AT-800 OF and DE, Yonex NS9000-S, DHS Top VS3000, Yonex Ti10 2U, Yonex MP100 2U.

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