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    Quote Originally Posted by mnanchala View Post
    You may feel this way because you probably have a 3U 1st gen.

    2U Ti-10 is a beast. It is a hammer to smash. Defense is decent, but certainly slower than desired.
    Totally agree.

    I have a 3rd gen. Took it out for the first time today.
    So didn't feel any slowness at all for defense, perhaps i'm used to even slower rackets.
    But at the last round I was finally getting used to it and was having a smash fest.

    Best thing is, i didn't feel any soreness. Normally i do when using my old racket or anyone of my friend's racket.

    It's worth every single cent.

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    @mnanchala
    actually, all my Ti-10 is 3U

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    BCL did use Ti-10 for singles, well previously. I've seen photos before and they were 100% Ti-10s. Well, I guess now he switched to ARC10.


    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    BCL?
    You mean, Bao Chunlai?

    He doesn't use the Ti-10.
    He uses the ArcSaber 10

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    my Ti-10 shaft paint chipped already.....damn.
    Clashed racquet with an auntie in doubles.....

    But on the other hand, noticed that the shaft is made of a honeycomb like material. Is that the titanium mesh???

    But stilll.....

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    bro jk1980...

    i just got new Ti-10 from a friend...

    but after string and went back only realize big paint chip in frame area..

    dunno i knock somewhere or stringer fault..

    heart pain...

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    Issit only Ti-10 is known for the paint easily chipping off? I think i heard from forum is like this

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    my Ti-10 shaft paint chipped already.....damn.
    Clashed racquet with an auntie in doubles.....

    But on the other hand, noticed that the shaft is made of a honeycomb like material. Is that the titanium mesh???

    But stilll.....
    From what i know there is no titanium mesh on the shaft of Ti-10

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    Still loving it...

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    I really would like to have the yellow-black Ti-10
    But in Germany it is not available...

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    after buying the yellow Ti-10 and using it for a good 4 months, when reverting back to the old red-black Ti-10, the feeling is just incomparable. As of now I'm still a die hard fan of the ORIGINAL Ti-10.

    The specs of it just perfectly matches up into a combination that works, its head heaviness put together with it's stiffness is great. I love the solid feel and control when hitting the shuttle.

    I've tried finding replacements for it, since the original is very hard to obtain now, but had no luck. I've tried AT 900 Power, AT-900 Tech, AT-700 Limited, Ti-10 Yellow. They are all decent racquets but to me not the same as Ti-10.

    Right now i'm interested in trying out the ARC 10 cause it seems pretty similar, guess i know what i want for my christmas present this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
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    I dont know for sure but some member here use 28-30 lbs if i'm not wrong Looks @Dink racket review, he use 28lbs
    Mine is 26X28 lbs but not too sure since the stringer using old machine (perhaps he dont calibrate often) Btw, tension is personal preference and i use BG66 Sharp....if you strung with other string type / brand tension might be different too.
    issarakaya, I don't get what's the reason for different tension for vertical and horizontal lines. Can explain a bit ar

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    Errr make your frame head still look propotional i tried to string in 26 lbs all and the head look more rounder hehehehehehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
    Errr make your frame head still look propotional i tried to string in 26 lbs all and the head look more rounder hehehehehehehe
    You kidding me right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
    Errr make your frame head still look propotional i tried to string in 26 lbs all and the head look more rounder hehehehehehehe
    That shouldn't happen. Something may be wrong with your supports or machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    You kidding me right?
    No, it really happen to my racket hahahahaha
    Quote Originally Posted by bluecraze07 View Post
    That shouldn't happen. Something may be wrong with your supports or machine.
    maybe, but i'm not strung by myself when finished and i look at the frame and what happpen hahahahaha and immediately cut it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    issarakaya, I don't get what's the reason for different tension for vertical and horizontal lines. Can explain a bit ar
    Check out the Stringing Techniques section.
    The reasons have been posted several times.

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    I've read Ti-10 is head heavy in some post. But i'm quite sure the writing on the shaft says head light.
    Issit the 1st gen is the head heavy version and the 3rd gen is the head light version?
    Then some post say they all feel the same....
    What gives?

    Quote Originally Posted by ting03 View Post
    after buying the yellow Ti-10 and using it for a good 4 months, when reverting back to the old red-black Ti-10, the feeling is just incomparable. As of now I'm still a die hard fan of the ORIGINAL Ti-10.

    The specs of it just perfectly matches up into a combination that works, its head heaviness put together with it's stiffness is great. I love the solid feel and control when hitting the shuttle.

    I've tried finding replacements for it, since the original is very hard to obtain now, but had no luck. I've tried AT 900 Power, AT-900 Tech, AT-700 Limited, Ti-10 Yellow. They are all decent racquets but to me not the same as Ti-10.

    Right now i'm interested in trying out the ARC 10 cause it seems pretty similar, guess i know what i want for my christmas present this year

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