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    Default apacs vs protech

    which of this racket brands is better.im just curious to know can anyoen tell me the difference thanks.

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    Prefered protech shuttle. Protech's racket seems fragile, as my friend has it and not last long for 25lbs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swgiant
    Prefered protech shuttle. Protech's racket seems fragile, as my friend has it and not last long for 25lbs...
    Then, you should try apacs. (the manufacturer declare that all their apacs racquet can strung at 30Ibs. much more better than Fleet)

    BUT CAN YOU HANDLE 30Ibs. HA HA HA .

    Frankly speaking, apacs racquet is a good buy in Johor Bahru. (Buy 1 free 1 with 1 big bag)

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    personally, i prefer proace racket. Proace ti dream + bg85 == damn good!

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    ya i also prefer proace racket.i got a platinium 530.like it alot.im curious to know if orotech rackets have the same feel as proace or does it feel a little hollow like the apacs rackets???

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    Quote Originally Posted by swgiant
    personally, i prefer proace racket. Proace ti dream + bg85 == damn good!
    what the characteritics of your ti dream? Head heavy / Even balance / Head light? what is the weight of the rcket with before stringing?

    I saw the proace ABS system racket yesterday and the design of the frame looks weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouisW
    what the characteritics of your ti dream? Head heavy / Even balance / Head light? what is the weight of the rcket with before stringing?

    I saw the proace ABS system racket yesterday and the design of the frame looks weird.
    5u, a bit of head-heavy

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    im curious to know if protech rackets have the same feel as proace or does it feel a little hollow like the apacs rackets???

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    touch before a protech raquet(clone for mp99) at 10n10,quite hollow,but i don't think as hollow as apacs.although i think stringing and trying out is better than my touching though

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