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    Default Victor Super Nano 5 and Victor Super ti16

    can you give some comments about this rackets cause im plannin to buy 1 of them

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    Nano 5: strong frame high tension, flexible shaft,
    Ti16: weaker frame, good feeling

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    Tnx sir Whats the maximum tension of Ti-16? and what do you think of Artery tec 88 light? I need a racket that suits a smasher like me

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    I find that nano 5 is more for net play than smash attack. If you always looking to attack should consider the stiffer and head heavy nano 3. Net play and placement shots superb for nano 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggdogg17
    Tnx sir Whats the maximum tension of Ti-16? and what do you think of Artery tec 88 light? I need a racket that suits a smasher like me
    dont call me sir pls i dont deserve it, anyway if you are a smasher forget Nano5 and Super Ti16

    Super Ti16 cant handle much tension, its max is 26 which is unsafe

    get Artery Tec

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    Artery tec? hmmm.. but what artery tec model do you think is the best? in terms of durability, quality and performance?

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    get the high end artery tecs example Artery Tec Pro-999, Artery Tec Ti 98, its good for smashing and can handle high tension too but i advice you do now push its limits 30 can be done but unsafe.

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    i want both the AT-99 and the super nano 1... i'm an all around player who has a trademark smash... whch would i need?..

    victor users like yy_ling needed here.. thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bic33
    i want both the AT-99 and the super nano 1... i'm an all around player who has a trademark smash... whch would i need?..

    victor users like yy_ling needed here.. thanks..
    lol ok...
    i think you should get AT-99, since its stiff and more head heavy, it will be good for your smashing, by the way your AT-99 means the Artery Tec Ti-99 which is red right?

    you can see victor and yonex high-end rackets in this way(but both have excellent products)

    Victor | Yonex

    Power Waves = Nanospeed
    Artery Tec = Muscle Power
    Super Nano = Armortec
    Super Ti = Carbonex
    Last edited by yy_ling; 11-30-2006 at 11:15 PM.

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    is victor super nano head heavy?

    how does it compare to yonex at 700?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chgoh25 View Post
    is victor super nano head heavy?

    how does it compare to yonex at 700?
    the super nano is not that head heavy cos. I just bought 1 yesterday.

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    head heavy with smash power - get powerwaves 11(stiff) or powerwaves 12(medium stiff) both comes in 3U.
    smash power - get Artery Tec Ti99(stiff) or 98(medium) also comes in 3U
    for balance and control with less smash power - go for super waves 31 or 32 (31 comes in 3U but 32 i only saw 4U)
    for super nano series, get Nano 3 for more power
    personally, i wouldn't get super ti series

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacvios View Post
    I find that nano 5 is more for net play than smash attack. If you always looking to attack should consider the stiffer and head heavy nano 3. Net play and placement shots superb for nano 5.
    Quote Originally Posted by yy_ling View Post
    anyway if you are a smasher forget Nano5 and Super Ti16
    was actually quite impressed with its power after watching Suket smashing effortlessly with the racket during the SO2007
    Last edited by roller; 10-15-2007 at 03:11 PM.

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