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    max tension stated on n900p white is 28lbs.
    should have been 30lbs as stated on the apacs site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    haha just trying to get more knowledge on the game and equipments
    most important, searching for places to play hahaha
    I'm also very beginner and just attend few classes of badminton training, hopefully can get some improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jockey View Post
    max tension stated on n900p white is 28lbs.
    should have been 30lbs as stated on the apacs site.
    tried not to string to 80% of its max tension, seriously, it will easy to break into two pieces.

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    old don't go, the new 1 would never come haha

    i think 26/27lbs should be ok

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    any racket that suit for double games player?? fast swim with abit head heavy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    any racket that suit for double games player?? fast swim with abit head heavy....
    This is my personal anecdote from my experience with APACS. Their own rackets are top notch, while their clones play differently from the originals. That being said, I am mostly a singles player, though I do play doubles very often because places I play at don't have too many courts.

    If you are aiming for an APACS racket, I would recommend the Lethal 70 for doubles. It is extremely fast, very slightly head heavy, and very very powerful. The Tantrum 300 essentially plays as a lighter, less stiffer version of the Lethal 70. This usually means easier to produce power, albeit in a less raw form. Anyhow, you should take a look at both rackets. Either will present an excellent choice for doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    any racket that suit for double games player?? fast swim with abit head heavy....
    Quote Originally Posted by No_One411 View Post
    This is my personal anecdote from my experience with APACS. Their own rackets are top notch, while their clones play differently from the originals. That being said, I am mostly a singles player, though I do play doubles very often because places I play at don't have too many courts.

    If you are aiming for an APACS racket, I would recommend the Lethal 70 for doubles. It is extremely fast, very slightly head heavy, and very very powerful. The Tantrum 300 essentially plays as a lighter, less stiffer version of the Lethal 70. This usually means easier to produce power, albeit in a less raw form. Anyhow, you should take a look at both rackets. Either will present an excellent choice for doubles.
    i agree on what he said although i think the lethal series are more suitable for singles play

    in Msia, most probably you can get L60 and Tantrum 200
    L70 is for america, europe and singapore market
    if you want fast swim, get the 4u version of Tantrum should do it
    lethal 4u is quite rare in Msia though

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    i agree on what he said although i think the lethal series are more suitable for singles play

    in Msia, most probably you can get L60 and Tantrum 200
    L70 is for america, europe and singapore market
    if you want fast swim, get the 4u version of Tantrum should do it
    lethal 4u is quite rare in Msia though
    I saw this L70 in one sport shop of OUG and Puchong AJ if not mistaken. Price wise not really sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    I saw this L70 in one sport shop of OUG and Puchong AJ if not mistaken. Price wise not really sure.
    well a seller that i contacted said that L70 is actually available in Msia
    just that he can't start selling..yet
    some orders from taiwan factory of something

    price wise..should be more expensive than L60

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    so ....the Tantrum 200 and Tantrum 300 play different??? what is the spec for both??? i would like to get a 3U racket....4U is not that great.....

    Being Edgesaber10 , Apacs visible hollow 1800 , AMP 90 user before (since 2007) , but switch to Gosen 6900 since end of 2009 until now , but too bad gosen 6900 is out of production , so can't get spare one , so would like to looking for Apacs OWN modal (not the clone one)

    so would like find something tat 84~86g , 290 BP.....is that Tantrum 200 fixed my needed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    so ....the Tantrum 200 and Tantrum 300 play different??? what is the spec for both??? i would like to get a 3U racket....4U is not that great.....

    Being Edgesaber10 , Apacs visible hollow 1800 , AMP 90 user before (since 2007) , but switch to Gosen 6900 since end of 2009 until now , but too bad gosen 6900 is out of production , so can't get spare one , so would like to looking for Apacs OWN modal (not the clone one)

    so would like find something tat 84~86g , 290 BP.....is that Tantrum 200 fixed my needed??
    isn't that 4u?
    3u is less than 90g if im not mistaken..no?

    if you want 290BP..it would be lethal series
    tantrum is 285 +- 5

    basically i think t200 and t300 is the same
    i'm not too sure but the case might be similar with L60 and L70
    they're made for different regions hence the different model
    if there are differences, it would be very minor

    T200:
    Frame Material : 30T HM Graphite + Nano (Japan Mitsubishi M30)
    Shaft Material : 40T HM Graphite + Nano (Japan Toray M40)
    Flex :Stiff
    Weight : 4U (81-86g) G2
    Length : 675mm
    Max Tension : 30lbs
    Balance : 288 ▒ 3mm
    http://www.apacs-sports.co.uk/catalo...t/prod_39.html

    T300:

    • Frame Material : 30T HM Graphite + Nano (Japan Mitsubishi M30)
    • Shaft Material : 40T HM Graphite + Nano (Japan Toray M40)
    • Flex :Stiff
    • Weight : 3U (86-89g) G2
    • Length : 675mm
    • Max Tension : 35lbs
    • Balance : 285 ▒ 5mm
    http://www.apacscanada.com/tantrum-300-p-102.html
    Last edited by ziggy87; 02-23-2010 at 11:54 PM.

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    oh btw, my friend has a T200 3u
    so no worries

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    where ur fren get the T200 with 3u version???

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    where ur fren get the T200 with 3u version???
    i'm not sure but confirm is 3u
    met him just now for a session

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    klein_8888, have you managed to find the suitable one for yourself? I am also looking into Apacs for the following spec.

    Weight: 85g
    Flex: High

    Does any of Apacs racket has these spec?

    Quote Originally Posted by klein_8888 View Post
    always wanted to try apacs racket . im looking for something very flexible and light weight . any recommendation apacs fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenggk View Post
    klein_8888, have you managed to find the suitable one for yourself? I am also looking into Apacs for the following spec.

    Weight: 85g
    Flex: High

    Does any of Apacs racket has these spec?
    you can try the edgesaber 10

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    can some one post the actual specs for es10?

    i see people claming that the racket isnt stiff at all.
    but when i go to their website its listed as stiff and rated 4u.

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