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    (1) Yang Yang MP 88
    (2) Yonex Cab 21
    (3) Masuka Widebody MS - 220
    (4) Yonex Cab 8 SP
    (5) All RSL Racquet


    Quote Originally Posted by rosso
    Name your 5 top rackets you either have or would love to have. List them respectively, that is, in order of importance. Many thanks!

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    An Update

    1. MP99, power, control, you name it, MP99 does them all !
    2. Cab30MS, it's similar to MP99, but with different feels.
    3. ISO-TIS, easy to use with foolproof frame size.
    4. Ti-10, great for smash lessons.
    5. Cab20P, durable, lots of power, and most importantly, it's blue!

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    Angry My Babies

    1. Yonex Ti-7 Light
    2. Yonex Ti-7 Light
    3. Yonex Armortec 500
    4. Victor Columbia IV
    5. Victor Columbia V

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    Default Top 5 racquets that I have and/or want...

    1. Yonex Carbonex 22 (want two more spares)

    2. Yonex Carbonex 30 MS (want to try)

    3. Yonex Ti-10 (want to get)

    4. Victor Phoenix 2000 (want to get)

    5. Carlton Rassmussen (want to try)

    Anything that's ultra stiff, 2U weight and small grip handle (preference: Oval frame)... I am game.
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    1. SOTX Woven 2
    2. SOTX Woven 16
    3. Yonex Cab 8dx
    4. Yonex Cab 9
    5. SOTX Woven 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy75
    1. Yonex Carbonex 22 (want two more spares)

    2. Yonex Carbonex 30 MS (want to try)

    3. Yonex Ti-10 (want to get)

    4. Victor Phoenix 2000 (want to get)

    5. Carlton Rassmussen (want to try)

    Anything that's ultra stiff, 2U weight and small grip handle (preference: Oval frame)... I am game.
    i suggest u replace your 3rd choice with cab20L

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    I have demo-ed a Ti-10 before, it felt alright so I will make an ISO exception for the racquet. In addition, I think Ti-10 is more available than CAB20Long so it'll be easier to replace a broken one.

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    i suggest u replace your 3rd choice with cab20L

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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy75
    I have demo-ed a Ti-10 before, it felt alright so I will make an ISO exception for the racquet. In addition, I think Ti-10 is more available than CAB20Long so it'll be easier to replace a broken one.
    Well, I have both Ti-10 and Cab-20L here. I can tell you that, the Cab-20L is virtually indestructable. It's basically like a supersized Cab22 with stiffer shaft and stronger frame. This thing is evil and I don't think I will be ready for it until I get stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    An Update

    1. MP99, power, control, you name it, MP99 does them all !
    2. Cab30MS, it's similar to MP99, but with different feels.
    3. ISO-TIS, easy to use with foolproof frame size.
    4. Ti-10, great for smash lessons.
    5. Cab20P, durable, lots of power, and most importantly, it's blue!
    lol, i thought u liked the cab 30 ms the most

    mine is

    1. AT 500 4ug4 - i first didn't like it, and then liked it alot, and then hated it, and currently, LOVING IT!!! very all round, and it is an IDEAL stiffness for me... my smashes feels like it bends my shaft, just enough to make it powerful.

    2.) Mp 99 2u- I tried my friends... i luv the power

    3.) mp99 3ug5 - i have this racket... not as powerful as the above mp 99, but that might be due to my strings (if u want to hear teh story, just go to the "STRINGS: A FACTOR IN MY MP 99" thread on teh equipment forum

    4.) MP 100- Tried my friend's: just like mp 99, except i never smashed with my power since i was afraid i might break it

    5.) ISO TI SP SS- Due to it's shaft stiffness, i can't produce enough power cuz the shaft bends too much if i swing with my normal swing speed... so whenver i feel tired and don't feel energetic, i play with this. when i'm tired, i can't swing as hard, so it's great

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    If you read my initial post, Cab-30MS never exceed MP99 in my mind.

    Quote Originally Posted by New_Guy04
    lol, i thought u liked the cab 30 ms the most

    mine is

    1. AT 500 4ug4 - i first didn't like it, and then liked it alot, and then hated it, and currently, LOVING IT!!! very all round, and it is an IDEAL stiffness for me... my smashes feels like it bends my shaft, just enough to make it powerful.

    2.) Mp 99 2u- I tried my friends... i luv the power

    3.) mp99 3ug5 - i have this racket... not as powerful as the above mp 99, but that might be due to my strings (if u want to hear teh story, just go to the "STRINGS: A FACTOR IN MY MP 99" thread on teh equipment forum

    4.) MP 100- Tried my friend's: just like mp 99, except i never smashed with my power since i was afraid i might break it

    5.) ISO TI SP SS- Due to it's shaft stiffness, i can't produce enough power cuz the shaft bends too much if i swing with my normal swing speed... so whenver i feel tired and don't feel energetic, i play with this. when i'm tired, i can't swing as hard, so it's great

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    1). yonex mp 88
    2). yonex cab 20
    3). yonex swing power ti sr
    4). yonex cab 8 sp
    5). yonex mp 27

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    1. Yonex TI-10
    2. Yonex AT800 DE
    3. Yonex MP-99
    4. Yonex MP-88
    5. Yonex MP-100

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Well, I have both Ti-10 and Cab-20L here. I can tell you that, the Cab-20L is virtually indestructable. It's basically like a supersized Cab22 with stiffer shaft and stronger frame. This thing is evil and I don't think I will be ready for it until I get stronger.
    Excellent!!! I cannot wait to have it strung and start playing with it. Hopefully, the feel is close to the MP-99; if the new 2U Carbonex 20 Long can jump in between the space between the MP-100 and Ti-10, I would be happy. I am hoping for the same thing with my new 2U MP-99. But as with my experience with my 2U MP-100, I think I have adapted to the lighter 3U racquets. If this is true, it'd be a bummer since I won't be using those two new racquets that much.


    My list is:

    1) MP-99 3U (Great power and a little more responsive then the MP-100)
    2) MP-100 3U (Ultimate power and excellent feel)
    3) Ti-10 2U (Excellent power but not as responsive as the 3U MP-100/MP-99)
    4) ISO 800 2U (Excellent power and control with solid shots)
    5) Ti-7 2U (Lighter version of the Ti-10 with decent power and the control was okay)

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    Yonex
    MP 99
    MP 100
    At 800OF
    AT 700

    SOTX
    Woven 13

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    1.Yonex mp 88(best of all the mp rackets in my opinion)
    2.APACS Powerconcept 900<clone of mp 100>(very controlled racket much lighter than mp100)
    3.Yonex Cab30ms(i just like controlled rackets)
    4.PROACE Thunderbolt II(very good swing system)
    5.Sintec Armorace 700(friend of mine claimed its good.dying to get my hands on it)

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    1) Yonex Nano Speed 8000
    2) Yonex Muscle Power 99
    3) Yonex Carbonex 30 Muscle
    4) Yonex Nano Speed 7000
    5) Yonex Muscle Power 88

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    Default 5 top rackets

    1. Carlton Ariblade Rasmussen Superlite- because Rasmussen is my favourite player, I am a Calrton fan, I like its power, feel control.

    2. Carlton Airblade Lite-I got this cheap in Canada, good control, good control

    3. Nanospeed 7000 (fake though) - still pretty good, considering i paid 10 CND
    and its better than my Carbonex 7000

    4. Victor Thunder 1119- light,

    5. Carbonex 7000DF- It has decent control, pretty durable

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