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    Anybody know where is it can get the diamond x2 AP in JB and how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandm View Post
    I always thought that higher tension for more power and less tension for control, it seems that RSL have changed the old thinking!
    hi! a typical "high" tension racket will generate more responsive return since the shuttlecock can leave the racket's head faster. this translates to a lesser stroke for you. you will benefit better on the power and control factors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thom_RP View Post
    The 7 series is already available here in the Philippines. Any recommendations for me. I like to smash and I also like to drop. But I'm having a hard time perfecting my drop. I currently have the x1 (w/ bg65ti at 28lbs.).

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    try the m7 7490! i used to have the m4 4900 but it lacks power. the 7490 is the hybrid type of the 4900 and this time it gives you more power at a lesser stroke. it's effective for drop shots too. mine has the bg65ti at 26lbs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA View Post
    Most of RSL racquets are Even Balance. But you could have a try on RSL 5900, it's double play racquet, light. Faster than your X1 racquet.
    are you referring to the m5 heat5900? it's a powerful racket indeed but not a durable one. trust me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToMitch View Post
    Maybe you mean RSL 5800?

    Weight : 3U (83g 87g)
    Flex : Medium Stiff
    Max Tension of up to 28lbs
    Shaft Diameter : 7mm


    guys, just be extra careful with this batch of m5 series.

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    I have try Diamond Ap,really not bad,then how about the Heat 7490,any comment and different between?

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtome View Post
    I have try Diamond Ap,really not bad,then how about the Heat 7490,any comment and different between?
    I haven't tried the new M7 X2 series yet but I've been reading good reviews about it. I recently bought the new M7 7490 and I put aside my old M4 4900. The difference in power is astonishing Although I find the new M7 7490 a bit heavier, but the power you'll get is non-negotiable. Even the "control" characteristics are impressive such as net dropshots from the baseline and net dropshots per se. I'm also using BG65 Ti strings with a 26lbs on it. Try one now dude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtome View Post
    Anybody know where is it can get the diamond x2 AP in JB and how much?
    You can go to Cheng Enterprise at Masai Town behind the bus terminal. It s about 35 KM from JB town. You can take a bus from Larkin. There is so many RSL racket here. The taukeh told me that he concentrate on selling and order RSL because of high demand from the customer. The other brand that you easy to find a lot there is Pro Ace. However other brand such as Yonex, Mizuno, Fleet etc also available.

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    RSL Canada, what about RSL Milinneum 5 Energy 5180. Can you give me a detail specification about this racket. TQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakloo69 View Post
    You can go to Cheng Enterprise at Masai Town behind the bus terminal. It s about 35 KM from JB town. You can take a bus from Larkin. There is so many RSL racket here. The taukeh told me that he concentrate on selling and order RSL because of high demand from the customer. The other brand that you easy to find a lot there is Pro Ace. However other brand such as Yonex, Mizuno, Fleet etc also available.
    ic.then do u know how is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakloo69 View Post
    RSL Canada, what about RSL Milinneum 5 Energy 5180. Can you give me a detail specification about this racket. TQ
    www.rsl-1928.com
    that is rsl main site and it contains their previous racket specs.

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    just got my X2-FP today. tried out at tonite's games. very lightweight. just now, played some poor games. so, i will try it out tmrw nite, see how it suits me. just need some time to adjust. swing faster than the shuttles.... hehehhehe

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    have anyone ever tried out RSL strings before? Which are the better ones?
    Sorry if its not appropriate to ask abt strings here

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    Please be careful to use X2-Pro, will hurt you if you donot have very strong wrist. recommend Diamond X2 AP.

    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    a. X2-Pro
    b. Heat 7900

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    http://www.rslcanada.com/Racquets/specifications.htm

    For the Racquet Specification (English Version)

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    Hi ,

    I am sorry I didnot try this model.



    Quote Originally Posted by wakloo69 View Post
    RSL Canada, what about RSL Milinneum 5 Energy 5180. Can you give me a detail specification about this racket. TQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA View Post
    http://www.rslcanada.com/Racquets/specifications.htm

    For the Racquet Specification (English Version)
    No detail for this M5 Energy 5180 model.

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