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Thread: Name your 5 top rackets!!!
10-22-2005, 06:29 PM #52
Mine will be:
(1) AT800 DEF, 3U G5 good in defence and provide decent smash power. Not very stiff n very easy to handle.
(2) Yonex Ti 10, 3U G5. Very powerful n stiff racket but not as stiff as MP100.
(3) MP 100, 3U G4. If u have the strength and love to smash hard, I think this is the baby.
(4) NS8000, 3UG5, this racket will provide good retrieval in smashes and clears wen u are very tired. Well balanced.
(5) Carlton Airblade Ramussen. 2U G5. I love this racket as it is light and good for control.When u are dammed tired. U may need to defend and use a racket with ease, n this racket comes in handy.
(6) ProAce ABS 1000, 3U G5. This is another light and easy to handle racket.
10-22-2005, 06:52 PM #53
1) Yonex Ti-10
4) Yonex Iso-30VF
5) Wilson n1
10-22-2005, 09:09 PM #54
Yonex rackets are so popular. Why?
Everyone ownes at least one Yonex racket!
Here are my rackets.
1. Kason Carvel U-3, only 77g. Carbon Graphite.
2. Kason Lepton F-1, only 77g. Carbon Graphite.
3. Gosen MP-77 Light, only 77g. Carbon Graphite.
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).
10-23-2005, 05:48 PM #55
1. Carlton Airblade Tour 2005 - a lovely racket, i really can say this suits me and my playing style (offensive) perfectly, it produces alot of power and gives great control, with the aerodynamic frame and oval head gives a real solid feel.
2. Carlton Rasmussen Tour - Peter Rasmussen is my favourite player and inspiration in badminton, very similar to the Airblade Tour and like it for teh same reasons.
3. Yonex Nano Speed 7000 - a very nice racket, this racket gives me great control and very nice power, along with the stifness lets me generate a surprising amount of power, highly reccomended and much prefer it over the NS8000.
4. Yonex 800 Defensive - this is a very nice racket, easily one of my favourite out of all the Yonex rackets, much more realiable and easier to use of the AT800 OF this racket gives great power and control, along with a lovely colour scheme and aerodynamic shaft makes this a very nice racket to use.
5. Yonex Armortec 700 - very promising racket, the AT700 is very good for singles, a head heavy balance and light weight frame makes it a great racket for power whilst retaing control, but over time found it was too head heavy for my liking.
10-23-2005, 07:51 PM #56
1. Nanospeed8000 3UG3
2. Nanospeed8000 3UG4
3. MusclePower100 3UG4
4. MusclePower100 3UG4
5. MusclePower99 3UG4
10-23-2005, 08:00 PM #57
1) MP99 3U G4
2) Ti-10 2U G4
3) AT800-of 4U G4
4) Carlton Airblade Superlite
5) AT700 3U G4
10-23-2005, 08:24 PM #58
mp 88 sp
cab 20 cn
cab 20 jp
cab 20 sp
cab 10 original
10-23-2005, 09:38 PM #59
I would like to update my old list
AT800 OF 4U - Best balance of power and maneuverability
Kimoni Nano 7000 - Most power for its weight ive ever seen
AT800 DE 4U - The most forgiving racket ive had
AT 700 4U - Still fast and powerful
ISO Ti SS - Still the old reliable
Originally Posted by stantan
10-24-2005, 12:12 AM #60
Muscle Power 88
Armortec 800 OF
Muscle Power 99
10-24-2005, 04:35 AM #61
1) Yonex MP 100
2) Yonex Nanospeed 8000
3) Yonex Ti-3
4) Inflight XP 50
5) Yonex Armotec 500
10-24-2005, 08:28 AM #62
1. proace power ace 99
2. nanospeed 8000
4. iso tour 800
5. proace abs 1000(want to try)
10-24-2005, 09:01 AM #63
1. MP99 3U,G4
2. Ti-10 3U, G5
3. Armortec 700 4U,G4
4. NS8000 - 3U,G4
5. Armortec 800 OF 4U,G4
10-24-2005, 04:00 PM #64
since my mp99 was cracked yesterday, I guess it's time to update:
1. Cab20 with BG85
2. BR racket with BG66
3. MP88 with BG66S
4. NS7000 with BG66
5. None, as I don't have any other racket that is strung at this moment.
Hopefully this is enough for the UH Tournament this week, or I will have to find some time to string some rackets.
10-25-2005, 10:24 PM #65
1. Yonex MP100
2.RSL Diamond X1
3. RSL 3200
4. Yonex MP99
5. Yonex AT700
10-25-2005, 10:57 PM #66
11-07-2005, 10:21 AM #67
MP66 I never thought i would like a headlight racquet...but hey it feels great. also the more flexible shaft is good when i'm hitting poorly
AT800D (3U) Effortless clears, but timing is still wrong with smashes due to the different balance
AS-Ti Cuts through the air, but stiff and requires good form otherwise its like a cricket bat.
Winex Armanetic 701 (4U) Too light, and the strings have gone all loose, but it was good while it lasted.
Airblade Pro Something that reminds me that its not the racquet but the technique that counts....a yardstick to measure my performance against.
11-07-2005, 11:21 AM #68
<off thread post, sorry>Originally Posted by red00ecstrat
Mind to post the difference between the ca20 with different country code.
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