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    i just came back today from playing at Lee's...and i guess i have almost gotten used to it... I have the 3U version so i think that's why i'm not having A LOT of trouble.

    i like the feeling of the racuet when i smash becuz it feels very powerful especially in doubles when i am at the back attacking it's really fun to smash with this racquet!!

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    Default where do they sell ti10

    TI 10 I wanna get a t10 because my armortec 800 of is getty rusty so I want
    to get a new racket so i can get better and better do u know where they
    sell plz thanx

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    Same for me...I have a Ti-10 2U but I can't generate the full potential of my racquet.

    I read responses where sometimes it can produce such great smashes and sometimes it's just weak...that describes my problems really well. Although, I don't have much strength, I know I can produce a better smash with this racquet but I'm not quite sure about the proper technique in using this racquet.

    I have actually adapted to doing a lot of drops (cross-court as well) and works real great. Strange but true

    Any information or tips is great. Thanks in advance.

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    Good power! I like the feel of it. It feels similar to a as-1

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    Has anyone tried the more retro version of the ti-10, as "regular" not "long" length? How do these differ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcl49
    Has anyone tried the more retro version of the ti-10, as "regular" not "long" length? How do these differ?
    ya that was wat i was curious about too...and could someone post a pic of it? i've never seen it before

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    wah...didn think there is a regular version. anyone seem one before. thought the long was just o indicate this racket has a longer shaft design? doesnt mean there is a regular one right?

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    can anyone show me a picture of a Ti10 plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ting03
    ya that was wat i was curious about too...and could someone post a pic of it? i've never seen it before
    here you go:
    http://www.yonex.co.jp/badminton/old...ket/ti10r.html

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    did any one use the regular version, does it feel different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman
    lol i think you misunderstood me...i mean a pic of the the regular version...if there is one

    I have already have a Ti-10 Long version lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ting03
    lol i think you misunderstood me...i mean a pic of the the regular version...if there is one

    I have already have a Ti-10 Long version lolz
    The only difference between Ti-10R and Ti-10 Long is 10mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    from what i gather from this forum, seems a lot of people like Ti10. would you guys like to share why? ( even if tis just colour its fine!)

    basically anything about Ti10!
    I think I'm switching back to Ti-10 from MP-99 now that I'm starting to use the Ti-10 again. I like the feel a lot, even more so than before. Even though it is a 2U which is heavier than my MP-99s that are mostly 3Us, it is not much slower yet giving me a little more power on my smashes. I used to get shoulder pain when I was using the 2U MP-100 and 2U ISO-800 Tour so I thought I am not suited for 2Us at all. However, after two sessions (2-3 hours each) of using the 2U Ti-10, I did not get sore at all. Maybe I didn't play at my full potential with the Ti-10 but I feel sore (general muscle sore all over) the next day when using the 3U MP-99s. I think it is due to the fact that I have to swing faster/harder since they are 3U racquets. I think I'm going to try to play much as 5-6 hours a few more sessions like when I do with the MP-99s and if I don't get sore as much as with the MP-99, I'll grab a few more Ti-10s. I really hate to leave my family of MP-99s in storage though.

    Yeah, so just because you don't like a specific weight of a racquet doesn't mean you should elimate the other racquets of that weight for you may find that it suits you better like in my case. I play doubles most of the time unless there are not enough people for a match, in which case I will just do drills or singles, so I thought the 3U MP-99 would be better for me than the 2U Ti-10. The Ti-10 just feels right with the right amount of stiffness and head-heaviness. I wonder if I will get the same result with the 2U MP-99 CP which still needs to be strung.

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    I love my Ti-10. I have MP-77 (1), Cab30MS (2), NS8000 (1) and TI-10 (1). I have 2 more Ti-10 in the group order initiated by bluejeff. Ti-10 is by far the most powerful racquet I have played and once I played I can't leave it along. My favorite is definitely Ti-10.

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    Ti10 baby!@

    Yes, waiting on confirmation on teh bluejeff group order.

    - Ilham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elmo18
    Ti10 baby!@

    Yes, waiting on confirmation on teh bluejeff group order.

    - Ilham
    PM was sent to you on 11/4. Please check.

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    You can equate a Ti 10 to the 44 Magnum pistol that packs a wallop but takes time to get used to. In my case, it took me about 3 weeks. However, once you've learned to play with the Ti 10, you'll simply fall in love with it - HARD. Other racquets will not easily measure up to a Ti10.

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