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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Not me, just a stroke or two of bad luck, I mean a swing or two or three or four...
    Or a few strokes of your right hand???

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    That's why he is called Sir Dink .

    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart
    Or a few strokes of your right hand???

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    Dink.. i think you should have used a steel racket instead.

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    From what I can see, a still racquet will transform too much energy onto the bird that bird becomes a lethal weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Dink.. i think you should have used a steel racket instead.
    ..hmm, i wouldn't go that far, but perhaps??...
    Dan, have you tried using a more flexible racquets??..I don't know if having a stiff/very stiff vs. more flexible racquet will make a difference or not??.. Cos i was thinking maybe the torque/force of the swing compounded with the stiffness of the racquet causes the stress on the racquet..?!?!..
    Or if all the racquets that have been broken are all stiff/very stiff racquets..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    ..hmm, i wouldn't go that far, but perhaps??...
    Dan, have you tried using a more flexible racquets??..I don't know if having a stiff/very stiff vs. more flexible racquet will make a difference or not??.. Cos i was thinking maybe the torque/force of the swing compounded with the stiffness of the racquet causes the stress on the racquet..?!?!..
    Or if all the racquets that have been broken are all stiff/very stiff racquets..
    Chris, flexible rackets break much faster for me, usually at the shaft due to overflexing. Besides, I don't like the feel. I need an extra-stiff racket.

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    You need a CAB 22 then but they don't come in G3 anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Chris, flexible rackets break much faster for me, usually at the shaft due to overflexing. Besides, I don't like the feel. I need an extra-stiff racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Chris, flexible rackets break much faster for me, usually at the shaft due to overflexing. Besides, I don't like the feel. I need an extra-stiff racket.
    I assume FHM or some other mag will stiffen it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    You need a CAB 22 then but they don't come in G3 anymore.
    I don't need a G3 grip, a G4 is just fine. I will add an overgrip and make it out of spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Chris, flexible rackets break much faster for me, usually at the shaft due to overflexing. Besides, I don't like the feel. I need an extra-stiff racket.
    Hmm, i see...Sorry to keep commenting Dan, hope you don't mind.
    Actually my thinking was, eventhough mishits(off timing etc.) can be a cause, but i don't think it's the main factor. I mean a lot of people(any level) when playing can mishit also. But considering you have quite a powerful grip/swing(maybe in comparison to other people), that when the racquet comes in contact with the shuttle, the racquet which is quite thin/fragile already(in comparison to a tennis racquet) has to give in.
    ..Or maybe that particular racquet has been exposed to a few minor clashes or mishits before??..

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    lol reading about you breaking your rackets impress me hope you find a racket that fits you and doesnt break =)

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    Sir Dink may need a custom-made racquet that is U in weight. The whole thing get elastic Ti and triple dipped in Nano resin .

    Quote Originally Posted by Isometric_kid
    lol reading about you breaking your rackets impress me hope you find a racket that fits you and doesnt break =)

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    i will suggest a pure graphite racquet in ns9k or woven11 frame design. put it in high temp and high presure chamber for 48hr. this racquet will be super stiff and it will be girls best friend. unless he wears blue and red underwear, i don't think he can break this one.

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    They should call you SIr. MONGO! because any rackets you come in contact with. all resulted in horrble death! :P

    keep looking!

    hahahha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by guavawang
    They should call you SIr. MONGO! because any rackets you come in contact with. all resulted in horrble death! :P

    keep looking!

    hahahha!
    OMG! KICKO! Look who's awake at 1pm? My dear doubles partner. You at Starbucks? It's only 106F in the shade at the office right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    OMG! KICKO! Look who's awake at 1pm? My dear doubles partner. You at Starbucks? It's only 106F in the shade at the office right now!
    StarBucks: nice and cool 70F in the store, and wi-fi, and No overprice Electric bills.

    TO ALL: i have seen him destory over 50 rackets, since i met this guy!

    that shows How MONGO my doubles partners can BE!


    his 50% smashes is about 150% of Normal club players!

    so, it usually hits ppl in the chest

    and then he'll said " Ooops, that was my 25% smash!!!" KICK hahahaha

    THAT is why "NO Rackets can withstand that much of torture!!" ahahhah

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    Hahahahaha....DinkALot, your partner finally just can't take it anymore after reading all your "racket demolition" threads. Even have to go to Starbucks to register to post to BC.

    Welcome to BC forum, guavawang. I hope you wear enough protection for your backside when partnering with DinkALot. I think back-stabbing from Sir Dink is very painful....errr...i mean back-smashing.

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