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    I just strung a low end model rsl 4170, it seem quite sturdy for its range and it's a head light balanced racket too. It reminded me of the old pro kennex design, nothing fancy but the frame is strong.
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    heavy? but it looks sooo light =P hahaha... any reviews on those rackets? i haven't heard of the TI-88 or TI-99. i'm still loving the x2 FP... cept my arm is a little tired these days to generate the power for it...

    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    these are my RSL's racquets. Ti-88, Ti-99, X2-SP & X2-FP.
    very like the X2-SP and X2-FP
    Ti-99 is not my favourite. maybe due to its heaviness.
    other 3, is ok to me.

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    RSL Diamond X1 for US$130-140, good price?
    i personally think its quite expensive...
    help please

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    yup...kinda expensive, plus it is last year's model. diamond x2 pro replaces the diamond x1 if i'm correct. that cost about USD 115-130 in malaysia

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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsysmurf View Post
    yup...kinda expensive, plus it is last year's model. diamond x2 pro replaces the diamond x1 if i'm correct. that cost about USD 115-130 in malaysia
    diamond X1 is still in the 2007 catalogue, i dont think it will replaced by X2-Pro. X2-Pro costing ard USD 100 in malaysia....

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    guess i'm wrong =P but from the stiffness rating and all, it seems like it is the upgraded model of the x1 diamond

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    Are there any shops in Singapore that sell X2 rackets and yonex grips at a good price?

    Thanks!

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    i haven't tried the new RSL rackets.. because i bought a yonex armortec 900 power.

    pls help me. i want to try the rsl millenium 7 ,,but i want that the racket is best in SMASH,CLEAR,DEFENSE,CONTROL. pls help me.. thanks!!

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    How much the diamond x2 in jb now,anybody can update here and which shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marckevin20 View Post
    i haven't tried the new RSL rackets.. because i bought a yonex armortec 900 power.

    pls help me. i want to try the rsl millenium 7 ,,but i want that the racket is best in SMASH,CLEAR,DEFENSE,CONTROL. pls help me.. thanks!!
    you may choose either Diamond X2-AP or X2-SP......

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    you may choose either Diamond X2-AP or X2-SP......
    okay!! thanks

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    Love my armortec 800 off.
    Now wanna get a new rsl which feel similar. Any suggestions ? Maybe a Diamond x2 but which one ?
    I am also playing with the heat 4800 but i think it is too flexible.
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    Diamond X1 is quite similar. Try it.



    Quote Originally Posted by jernfey View Post
    Love my armortec 800 off.
    Now wanna get a new rsl which feel similar. Any suggestions ? Maybe a Diamond x2 but which one ?
    I am also playing with the heat 4800 but i think it is too flexible.

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    I am currently using a Gosen Gavun Aermet 3400 racquet. I love the feel and power of that racquet. I want to get my hands on a RSL racquet. Can anyone please suggest a RSL racquet similar to the one I have ?

    I am mainly a doubles player. Going through the posts, I found that the 6900 or 5900 are suitable for doubles play. Any suggestions ?

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    Keeprocking, RSLn Laser 6800 is more light weight than 6900. Its 84-86g, even balance, taper shaft, iso head poly matrix carbon. I think its more suitable for you for double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jernfey View Post
    Love my armortec 800 off.
    Now wanna get a new rsl which feel similar. Any suggestions ? Maybe a Diamond x2 but which one ?
    I am also playing with the heat 4800 but i think it is too flexible.

    I think they stopped selling the X1 since the X2 range was out 3 months ago in Msia. Can try some old shops with old stocks. The closest RSL to the AT 800 Off is the X2 Pro in terms of feel and power but not weight. Its 2UG5 but sure feels light to me.

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    which new RSL rackets is similar to armortec 900 power?

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