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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    what was your previous racket?
    just a normal yonex carbonex + bg80.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphenix View Post
    just a normal yonex carbonex + bg80.........
    Carbonexes are powerful..definitely not normal

    wel, all i can say is put in more time. this racket is wonderful for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    Carbonexes are powerful..definitely not normal

    wel, all i can say is put in more time. this racket is wonderful for me
    ic...... u using 9900 huh. wat is the tension u using & using wat string?

    me using RSL M-650 and 25lbs though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphenix View Post
    ic...... u using 9900 huh. wat is the tension u using & using wat string?

    me using RSL M-650 and 25lbs though
    zymax 67 @ 26lbs..
    im waiting for it to break..almost time for restringing
    this time 27lbs

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    Hi guys,

    i broke my rsl Ti5900....... i dun think i can it @ Malaysia........... any recommendation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphenix View Post
    ic...... u using 9900 huh. wat is the tension u using & using wat string?

    me using RSL M-650 and 25lbs though
    After using quote a few of the RSL strings like the LT70, ti-630, ti-660, i'm going to say, i still like bg 80 (with some breaking in) and bg 85 the best at high tension (almost anything 25-26+). The reason, the LT70 feels like the bg65 except when it is first strung, it feels more powerful... pretty much like the nanogy 95 feeling. ti630 at 28+ lbs (i usually string 28-30), string bed is quite hard in terms of feeling, however i like that the strings move less than the bg66 (comparing to yonex thinnest strings). as for ti 660... the rating on rsl website says less feeling than ti 630 but i feel it better and is a bit more textured, so more grippy. However none of them has the feeling I like which is a softer feel at high tension (maybe i shouldn't string that high to start off with, but i don't smash much and they are great for drops :P) string plays a big part in my racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsysmurf View Post
    After using quote a few of the RSL strings like the LT70, ti-630, ti-660, i'm going to say, i still like bg 80 (with some breaking in) and bg 85 the best at high tension (almost anything 25-26+). The reason, the LT70 feels like the bg65 except when it is first strung, it feels more powerful... pretty much like the nanogy 95 feeling. ti630 at 28+ lbs (i usually string 28-30), string bed is quite hard in terms of feeling, however i like that the strings move less than the bg66 (comparing to yonex thinnest strings). as for ti 660... the rating on rsl website says less feeling than ti 630 but i feel it better and is a bit more textured, so more grippy. However none of them has the feeling I like which is a softer feel at high tension (maybe i shouldn't string that high to start off with, but i don't smash much and they are great for drops :P) string plays a big part in my racket.
    how are they compared to ashaway zymax?

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    Default RSL Heat 700

    Hi all,

    Recently i purchased the Heat 700 racquet, my first RSL racquet. A departure from the other brands i have used before in the past, i.e. Pro Ace, Gosen, Apacs, Yonex and Fleet.

    Have to say, from my first impression, a very nice looking racquet......good feel and plays well. At present, my third session trying out the racquet, so far, it seems promising and will probably be my "go-to" weapon in the future.

    Would like to ask the opinions of others in this forum, if anyone has had the chance to try out this racquet. Any feedback is most welcome.

    Thanks.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    how are they compared to ashaway zymax?
    i can't compare... never used it before... =(

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    Panda Bamboo next?




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    very retro look

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    i just noticed something... they don't have the frames the diamond series has... hmm... what's flowtech... why only 4 corners? didn't even notice that before.

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    Photos from the ebay site: - $165.00
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....STRK:MESELX:IT






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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsysmurf View Post
    i just noticed something... they don't have the frames the diamond series has... hmm... what's flowtech... why only 4 corners? didn't even notice that before.
    yup,my opinion,diomond series frame look more sturdy than flowtech..flowtech(rounded) n diamond frame(square)..maybe flowtech design for airflow....

    -sorry for my bad english

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    curvy frame looks...interesting

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    Sorry for wrong info about the M700 in my previous post,..M700 is more head heavy feel than m9500(ask 2 of my friend to try)..this is a problem when a beginner player like me make a review.also, i just upload some pic,9500 n m700...9500 head area is longer...why?
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