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    Quote Originally Posted by marckevin20 View Post
    which new RSL rackets is similar to armortec 900 power?
    i dun think there's really any comparison between rsl and yonex rackets. the diamond x2 pro and the diamond x1 are the stiffest racket in the line of RSL rackets. in terms of weight distribuation, i'd say the 6900 is similar to the armortec900 power (i dunno any of the 7 series cept diamond x2 fp) however, the flex on the 6900 is also a lot more than the 900 power. i dun think there's really any comparison between yonex stiffest racket and rsl stiffest racket.

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    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.
    Which one is head light? how much the price? tq

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    Quote Originally Posted by passtome View Post
    How much the diamond x2 in jb now,anybody can update here and which shop?
    Please call 07-2513490 Chee Yen Enterprise

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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsysmurf View Post
    i dun think there's really any comparison between rsl and yonex rackets. the diamond x2 pro and the diamond x1 are the stiffest racket in the line of RSL rackets. in terms of weight distribuation, i'd say the 6900 is similar to the armortec900 power (i dunno any of the 7 series cept diamond x2 fp) however, the flex on the 6900 is also a lot more than the 900 power. i dun think there's really any comparison between yonex stiffest racket and rsl stiffest racket.
    ok!thanks drowsysmurf!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakloo69 View Post
    Which one is head light? how much the price? tq
    RSL's racquets are mostly even balance. Ti-88, X2-SP and X2-FP are head lites. Ti-99 is head heavy. Ti-88 and Ti-99 are not current model, i think that is not so easy to find in the market nowadays.
    Ti-88 = RM 190
    Ti-99 = RM 230 (as i remember...)
    X2-SP = RM 300
    X2-FP = RM 320
    above pricing as guidance only.....
    more review on X2-SP and X2-FP, can be found on earlier discussion.
    as for Ti-88 and Ti-99, i havent spare my time to write here. hopefully can do it over this weekend......

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    RSL's racquets are mostly even balance. Ti-88, X2-SP and X2-FP are head lites. Ti-99 is head heavy. Ti-88 and Ti-99 are not current model, i think that is not so easy to find in the market nowadays.
    Ti-88 = RM 190
    Ti-99 = RM 230 (as i remember...)
    X2-SP = RM 300
    X2-FP = RM 320
    above pricing as guidance only.....
    more review on X2-SP and X2-FP, can be found on earlier discussion.
    as for Ti-88 and Ti-99, i havent spare my time to write here. hopefully can do it over this weekend......
    The prices you quote for Ti 88 and Ti 99 are rather low, the last time i was quoted around at least RM280 for the Ti 99 with string, grip and a double sling big bag. Does the price come with the above mentioned? And where is the shop which quoted the prices that you have mentioned?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsysmurf View Post
    i dun think there's really any comparison between rsl and yonex rackets. the diamond x2 pro and the diamond x1 are the stiffest racket in the line of RSL rackets. in terms of weight distribuation, i'd say the 6900 is similar to the armortec900 power (i dunno any of the 7 series cept diamond x2 fp) however, the flex on the 6900 is also a lot more than the 900 power. i dun think there's really any comparison between yonex stiffest racket and rsl stiffest racket.
    i have e 6900 and my fren uses the yy armortec9. armortec9 is alot more head heavy than e 6900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge View Post
    i have e 6900 and my fren uses the yy armortec9. armortec9 is alot more head heavy than e 6900.
    I agree, after trying the AT900T, i find the 6900 relatively more like even balanced rather than head heavy.

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    Hopefully to see one day RSL will sponsoring top badminton player....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakloo69 View Post
    Hopefully to see one day RSL will sponsoring top badminton player....
    good idea...
    then the price for the racquets increase 50%....... hahaha

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    RSL DOES sponsor top players... just not a lot...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    good idea...
    then the price for the racquets increase 50%....... hahaha
    It s fine with quality increase too...hehehe

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    Default RSL Millennium 5 Heat Ti-88

    Length = 670mm
    Maximum string tension at 28lbs
    Lightweight, even balance
    good for fast swing, defense
    powerful from its thinning tube technology
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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    Length = 670mm
    Maximum string tension at 28lbs
    Lightweight, even balance
    good for fast swing, defense
    powerful from its thinning tube technology
    Hmm can't seem to find Ti88/Ti99 from the rsl racquet comparison table. Whats the stiffness rating and head balance like for both racquets? (Btw i've never seen these racquets in AJ before)

    How about Ti100, has anyone tried them out yet? Its rated as extra stiff and weigh 93-95g, i don't think i can handle such racquets yet

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    Default RSL Fire Power Ti-99

    Length = 675mm
    Maximum string tension = 28lbs
    Lightweight (slightly heavier than Ti-88), head heavy
    Good for power strokes from its head heaviness
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    they all so seksi =P

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    these new models? how these compares with 300A for example?

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