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    mid flex shaft & slight head heavy. Good buy. I had a 7900 which served me well & little regret that I miss out 7490.

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    Thinking to get RSL Heat 180. Can anyone give review about the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by araz916 View Post
    RSL racquet easily found in Malaysia JB Taman Sentosa. RSL Scream series is exclusive for Malaysia market.
    Just bought M11 SCREAM 180, String Nanogy 98 23 lbs. 89grams in weight and slightly head heavy, IMPROVE MY SMASHING ALOT. Will get another pc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hew128 View Post
    Hi araz916,

    I have a M11 Scream 158 and 180. Both with BG6 at 22lbs tension.

    Find that I prefer the 158 as the 180 was a "bit stiffer".

    i never use 158 before, but just tested 180 last night. It give me tons of power, with the total weight of 89g including string nanogy 98 @ 23lbs, slightly head heavy, mid stiff shaft, it really improve my smashing......

    Imagine the string is not really relax yet, once it start to loosen, this beast will turn u into semi-pro.....hahaha just kidding

    I must say, with this kind of price tag, really worth it man....

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    Surprised me that the light weight of RSL 180 can make such of power smashes. It's very easy to use to (which took me 3-5 hours play time?) and the smashing power is similar to the Yonex AT700 Ltd that I used to play with.

    Agreed with Alexch, It worth for it's price. But it's hard to say whatever you like it or not, because everyone has a different feelings.

    Btw, I got my 180 @ 24LB Yonex BG65TI.

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    X5 series are here soon.
    anyone with details, please share.

    thanks.

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    i Just bought the rsl diamond x3 silver. Good racquet, u can feel the taper shaft is doing its job.^^.reconmended to buy.

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    bro,
    any news on rsl x4 and x5 series?
    any good shop to buy in pg and bgk?

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    What is BGK?so far havent see any shop in PG selling x5.^^.sry, cant help u.

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    I don't think the X5 series is out yet, RSL Normally release the whole series druing March-Apr, depending on your area. So... it won't be too long to go . However, I still love my RSL X2 Blue. one of the best racket I had so far. Love the feeling of Heat 700 and 6900.

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    Default Rsl m11 x5

    Today i went to a shop to buy a pair of shoe but i stumbled upon the 3 X5s, i took a good look at all three. Those are really good looking rackets with a good feel also. Confused of which to get, i asked my wife which to buy she said the best looking is the white one, I agreed and bought it.

    It feels slight head heavy to me with taper shaft, the gold maybe head heavy and the silver maybe is head light. Wanted to post some pics but too large of a file....

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    anyone used x3 silver?
    might consider getting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jysw1986 View Post
    anyone used x3 silver?
    might consider getting it
    I have X2 Gold, X2 Blue, X2 FP, X2 SP, X2 AP. The only ones I don't have is X1 Pro, X2 Pro and the X3 series (I got too poor). Anyway... I'd say swing the racket see how it feels. Quite a few people here did like the X2 Blue. While the reviews were great, it was not a racket for me and I ended up not using it much. X2 Gold is quite a heavy racket and being stiff on top resulted in some stress on my arm so I stopped using that as well. I can tell you I like lighter rackets (2 FP, 2SP). So it really all depends on your preference. Swing it a couple of times, see if you like the racket then decide whether you want to buy it or not.

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    yeah i guess... problem is, i most probably got to order it through online.
    coz my place doesnt have rsl rackets. haha...
    i need to travel around 2 hours to get to another state.
    which is ridiculous just to get a racket. haha therefore i guess its hard for me to test it out.
    i might consider giving it a try probably in a month time.

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    lol.Jon, i have x3 silver?U want to try?kakaka.Wait for x5 series le, better looking somemore man.

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    eh u got ah? how to try la. u penang. wakkaka...
    x5 series? yeah, gonna wait for it.
    probably few months time. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jysw1986 View Post
    eh u got ah? how to try la. u penang. wakkaka...
    x5 series? yeah, gonna wait for it.
    probably few months time. haha
    Meet in the middle and then find a place to bat it out then jysw can try racket out

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