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    Quote Originally Posted by sarathyj
    Not bad, except for the Balance. I'd have perferred a slightly head-heavy racquet. I haven't re-strung it...still at factory tension. Will try something like 25lbs or so to see if it improves the smashes. Overall, I like this racquet so far.
    I tested the SL70 Karakal last week....BG85 strung at 10.5 kilo...the balance point of this racket is 300cm which gives it even balance because the racket is 675cm long...Control was excellent and smashes were strong but not overwhelming but considering the weight of the racket (actually 74gr) it will produce good smashes...Your timing will be off for a week or so but dont worry it will come and so will the smash...

    Also if YangYang is available try the NanoSensation extra lite # 7 headlite or the Extra lite # 3 which is head heavy balance....

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    if budget is not a concern, how bout an NS9000 S-type. most male & female pros use it & there are a lot of good reviews bout it. i have no experience w/ the new AT's but they also have good reviews (3U versions) here in BC. for older AT's, the AT700 is an awesome all-around racket. im not crazy bout the AT800's but they are relatively good rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Hai
    I tested the SL70 Karakal last week....BG85 strung at 10.5 kilo...the balance point of this racket is 300cm which gives it even balance because the racket is 675cm long...Control was excellent and smashes were strong but not overwhelming but considering the weight of the racket (actually 74gr) it will produce good smashes...Your timing will be off for a week or so but dont worry it will come and so will the smash...

    Also if YangYang is available try the NanoSensation extra lite # 7 headlite or the Extra lite # 3 which is head heavy balance....


    That is one freaking long racquet!!!

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    Try a li-ning wingstorm 650 super light 78 grams +/-3, super power and excellent control!

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