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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    cold? u have more furs than me
    Hey, I'm a domesticated NGP. When it's cold, it's still cold.

    On other note: Matt, yeah, 76 is too fast and 77 way too fast for you, I could imagine those bullets.

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    Rofl!! Naa, I've played using them but they just go too fast. Rarely, I have seen both 77 and 76 fly at the correct speed for a short while if the facility was very warm (temperture gradually dropping to where it short be) when the 78 was noticably and visibly travelling too slow.
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    Yesterday was fun...played a a cc with him and his cousin!!! The Yonex as 40 are amazing. The repulsion and sound was tremendous. First time I played with a yonex as 40 hehe matt kinda scared me when he smashed AHHHHH

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    Hmm I recently played with the sosan black shuttlecocks. Do you guys know where I can buy them. And hehe if anyone has played with them please left your reviews here!

    Thanks very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Uh, I think your numbers and ours (U.S.) are reversed. 0 for us = slowest, 5 = fastest. We in SoCal usually use a 3. Sometimes 4 in the cold winter.
    Lol so you say, I've had to strip some 4 birds down before because they wouldn't fly fast enough.

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    I wonder what would happen if you taped your feather's on the shuttle LOL

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    it will become heavy and fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorus_blue
    it will become heavy and fast
    Well it would depend on where you tape the feathers. If it was just in the middle to add weight then it'll fly like a bullet, but if it's on the outside branching out then you are going to have a slow moving bird.

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    hehe I was just fooling around =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Agree, the best is going to be the AS-50 but the best for the money is the AS-40 on your list.

    However for $18-$21/tube, you can get RSL Tourney Classic. It's right up there with the best.



    Yup, me too...RSL Tourney Classic birdies are smooth in flying, and while hitting the shuttle back it is also quite comfy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yewmeng
    Yup, me too...RSL Tourney Classic birdies are smooth in flying, and while hitting the shuttle back it is also quite comfy..
    I had a tube of RSL tourney classic and while they are decent birds, I don't see why people find them so great. As of now I swear by black label aeroplanes.

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    I heard good things about RSL shuttles too. Where can I buy them in my area??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dummey
    I had a tube of RSL tourney classic and while they are decent birds, I don't see why people find them so great. As of now I swear by black label aeroplanes.
    Beauty or quality (in this case) is in the eye of the beholder. The Tourney Classics are great for me while I find the black Aeroplanes good but not as good as the Classics. So I think it all depends on the shuttle batch and playing conditions.

    I bet if we tested two ideal tubes from each manufacturer, both would be excellent. But the key is finding the ideal batch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Beauty or quality (in this case) is in the eye of the beholder. The Tourney Classics are great for me while I find the black Aeroplanes good but not as good as the Classics. So I think it all depends on the shuttle batch and playing conditions.

    I bet if we tested two ideal tubes from each manufacturer, both would be excellent. But the key is finding the ideal batch.
    Where do you find RSL Tourney Classics in the states?

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    Umm anyone?? Can I buy these rsl no.1 in vancouver?

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    You could buy RSL No.1 and Classic in Vancouver. Phil Weier is selling them, his contact, philweier@hotmail.com and 604-727-5211 OR you could go to Yumo badminton centre in Richmond if you only need a few doz.

    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    Umm anyone?? Can I buy these rsl no.1 in vancouver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLCANADA
    You could buy RSL No.1 and Classic in Vancouver. Phil Weier is selling them, his contact, philweier@hotmail.com and 604-727-5211 OR you could go to Yumo badminton centre in Richmond if you only need a few doz.
    Could you tell me the prices for RSL shuttles if you past by yumo next time? Thanks !

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