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    Default ti-10 VS new ti-10

    i was just wondering if the new ti-10 will be abit different then the old ti-10, now talking about the color but the material or the structure of the racquet... anyone have any ideas about it??

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    its a very different racquet.
    more head light.
    supposedly lower modulus graphite.
    more flexible.

    overall, i feel it has been watered down.

    refer to http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=31598 for more details.

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    someone go buy a new ti-10 and take some photos to let us see if it is a real yonex product. No one has yet proven it's a real or fake yet.

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    [ [quote=chickenpoodle]its a very different racquet.
    more head light.
    supposedly lower modulus graphite.
    more flexible.

    overall, i feel it has been watered down. ]

    i agree.... more flexible?? i like ti-10 the way it is...
    if its more head light then wouldnt it feel ike a used up 8k??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    someone go buy a new ti-10 and take some photos to let us see if it is a real yonex product. No one has yet proven it's a real or fake yet.
    Yes, it is real as many Yonex HK dealers are getting them in stock.

    I certainly agree on more pictures part. It would be nice to see some close-up pictures of lettering and frame pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Yes, it is real as many Yonex HK dealers are getting them in stock.

    I certainly agree on more pictures part. It would be nice to see some close-up pictures of lettering and frame pictures.
    maybe it is a SP product line.
    I'm surprised that yonex altered original ti-10 spec so much and still call it a ti10. If that is the case, the AT700 should be called ti-10 too because it's head heavy, med stiff, red and has ti. The AT700 is closer to the original ti10 than this new fangle yellowish one.


    Hmmm, thinking aloud, i think i know why yonex did that.
    Last edited by cooler; 04-01-2006 at 11:05 PM.

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    I think this thread discusses about the new Ti-10 better:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=30723

    And these are pictures of Ti-10 and the new one side by side from bbesports.com:

    http://www.bbesports.com/yonex/images/racket/ti10_0.jpg
    http://www.bbesports.com/yonex/images/racket/TI10.jpg
    http://www.bbesports.com/yonex/images/racket/TI10_1.jpg

    And I think it is confirmed that the new color scheme of Ti-10 is real

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    How are you people getting info on this racket?

    Is there actually "info" out there?

    BTW, on the new colored Ti-10, it sez "high modulus graphite head light racket made in japan" on the shaft instead of "high modulus graphite made in japan" like it sez on the original one.

    Also it's the newer paint that chips off.

    Time to massively stockpile the old Ti-10

    Anyone selling?

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    I assume you ment to say Ultra!

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    I own a 2U Ti10 now... call it "Tank" cause it feels like one, hits like one and dozes anyone!
    You have to be physically fit to handle it well to its full potential...
    So a little head light(er) wouldn't be a problem if your technique is sufficient

    Reading bout this "new" Ti10, I'm willing to pick up a 3U/G3...
    Problem is: they're not available in Holland...
    Will find out a way (when my wallet is bulking again)

    BTW: anyone know what price it is?

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    i have been using the original Ti10( red t10) for about 2 years now. love the racket(3U version as 2U version is too heavy to me).

    i have recently bought 2 of the new Ti10(yellow) racket. though it is stated headlight, the racket still packs lots of power.

    the yellow t10 is more flexible and gives more whip when hitting the bird as compared to the red one. you can really feel the racket snap back when you swing at the racket. the racket gives better power for ppl using wrist snaps to generate power than a full arm swing .

    it also swings much faster making defence a lot easier. though e racket is suppose to be headlight. i find that it does lose out in terms of power at all to the red t10.

    overall i am sold to the new t10, thus i bought 2 of them and i dont see why one need to stock up e old version. just my 2 cts worth after 2 weeks w the new t10





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    price was SGD 165 w grip, bg66 and a single compartment bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    though e racket is suppose to be headlight. i find that it does lose out in terms of power at all to the red t10.
    Hi surge, just curious about sth... isit u meant "it doesn't lose out in terms of power at all to the red Ti10" as the red Ti10 was supposed to be head-heavy and very powerful. Correct me if i am wrong ......coz if the new Ti10 was as powerful as the red old Ti10 and yet less stiff...will be very tempted to give it a try.

    Coz use to swing the Ti10 using my friend's racket...find it very powerful.....but very very stifffff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    price was SGD 165 w grip, bg66 and a single compartment bag
    Thanks for the info and pictures Surge. Is the new Ti-10 just SE Asia sales specific? Cause I have not seen nor heard anything about it in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Thanks for the info and pictures Surge. Is the new Ti-10 just SE Asia sales specific? Cause I have not seen nor heard anything about it in the U.S.
    exactly, i havent heard of anything about a new ti-10. a friend told me that his aunt who owns a badminton shop in china stop getting the old ti-10, so i guess this must be the reason why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blinan8088
    I think this thread discusses about the new Ti-10 better:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=30723
    crap, that was the thread i was thinking of linking, but i wasn't paying attention and got the wrong one.

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    i have a feeling that the new ti-10 is going to be alot like mp-100. muscle power, iso head and ti-mesh are on both racquet. only difference is that the new ti-10 has a bigger ti-mesh surface area but dont have ult-ti

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