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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    The boss said tantrum is old model already so no more.
    I mean to say the Tantrum 200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    sorry to disappoint you but do not trust everything that you read..

    1. N900P is already obsolete. some shops might still have it but it already stopped production. it's replaced by N990P.
    2. from my experience, the Red and White version does not have any differences. i can feel their balance is the same. similar frame. i guess it's just a marketing gimmick from Apacs.
    3. if you're used to 3U, the N900P will be too light for you as it's 4U.

    my advice, if you have the budget, skip Apacs's clonexes. you can consider their Tantrum range. 3U, even balance to slight head heavy, mid stiff to stiff. best for doubles. Tantrum 200 is the most high-end Tantrum so check it out.
    Sorry to interrupt. as refer to your above statement, i do have different comments.
    1) the N900P red & white do have different, especially on its frame , white is aero frame, red is box frame, the red head weight is more heavy. Name:  B.jpg
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    4) Too bad, this model is obsolete, still hoping to get the old version, since i don't find the same handling feel with the new version type.

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    oh..then maybe the 1 that i compared with is the new version which has the box frame. no wonder i found no differences. new version is obsolete, old version is antique! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghooga View Post
    Wow, I'm surprised that no one has commented on APACS Lethal 100!

    http://apacsbadminton.co.nz/osc/prod...2cad69f4b25274

    Is that piece on anyone's New Year's wish list
    Frame Material : 30T Japan Hi-Modulus Graphite + Chrome Braided Graphite
    Shaft Material : 50T Japan High Modulus Graphite + Chrome Braided Graphite
    Weight : 2U 90 +/- 1g
    Length : 675mm
    Max Tension : 35lbs
    Strung Tension : 26lbs (Strung with Apacs Slayer 66 made in Japan)
    Balance : 285 +/- 3mm (Slightly Head Heavy)
    Flex : Stiff 7.5 - 8


    lower max tension and BP
    but it's 2U
    that's a beast

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    oh..then maybe the 1 that i compared with is the new version which has the box frame. no wonder i found no differences. new version is obsolete, old version is antique! haha
    anyway, if u happen to see this particular model in sale on any shop that u visit, please inform..... Thanks..

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    hi.. can i ask something here..
    which racquet is similiar with visible hollow 1800 ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    thanks for the info bro..

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    Any info for the APACS Rapier 88 SG..? TQ in advance..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Densha View Post
    hello everybody, I'm currently using Yonex Rackets ( NS 9900 / Z Slash LTD )
    I would like to know if there's any difference between edge saber z slayer RED or YELLOW.
    Because the Regular Z slash and the Limited one aren't the same.

    Can you also tell me please which Apacs model is the most similar to NS 9900.

    Thanks
    I have 2-N9900 from Apacs which are clones of the NS9900. I bought them after I broke my NS9900 and could not afford to buy a new one. I found them to be the same as the original NS9900. The Y Z-Slash and the Z-slayer on the other hand I found to b 2 totally different kettle of fish. Your call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    I have 2-N9900 from Apacs which are clones of the NS9900. I bought them after I broke my NS9900 and could not afford to buy a new one. I found them to be the same as the original NS9900. The Y Z-Slash and the Z-slayer on the other hand I found to b 2 totally different kettle of fish. Your call.
    wow..your NS9900 is a 4u?
    similarly light headed? similar stiffness?

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    Well is was supposed to b a 4U but I assure U of the similar head light and stiffness. Actually these are my 2 rackets I play with mostly, besides when I'm trying out the other Apacs rackets. I string for a friend who imports Apacs and propose same to fellow players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iambacktoplay View Post
    Hi, may i know where u got your Tantrum 200 and how much you paid? thks
    Bro , u can try to call Asraf @ 98860499 , Newlink sports @ Queensway shopping centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    Well is was supposed to b a 4U but I assure U of the similar head light and stiffness. Actually these are my 2 rackets I play with mostly, besides when I'm trying out the other Apacs rackets. I string for a friend who imports Apacs and propose same to fellow players.




    Hi Kiloo,

    Do you feel the Apacs 9900 lacks power to clear baseline shots being head light? May I ask what tensions you using on them? Does this racket favor high or lower tension? Thanks

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    hello all, I would like to know if edge saber 10 is as good as arcsaber 10?
    I want to recommend a racket to my friend, and if edge saber 10 almost same with arcsaber 10, I would recommend that one

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    I wonder if anyone can come up with a list of either YY or Victor's rackets that are similar to Tantrum 200/300? DinkAlot compares it to a heavy-balanced AT 700 but unfortunately there's no such racket.

    Appreciate all the feedbacks

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    Hi Kiloo,

    Do you feel the Apacs 9900 lacks power to clear baseline shots being head light? May I ask what tensions you using on them? Does this racket favor high or lower tension? Thanks
    Mine are strung: 1- 24lbs BG68ti, 2- 24lbs BG65 pre-stretched
    The BG65 stringbed is harder and it is more difficult to 'shoot' with it but is excellent when control is required.
    The BG68ti clears the baseline well, yes. Of course it also depends on the power the person can input on the swing.
    Most APACS rackets are rated to OVER 30lbs contrary to many others. So U can put whatever u feel like quite safely.

    We have a policy we adopted in order to satisfy our fellow players. We have demo rackets of many types which we give them to try for them to get a feel of the racket during game or training. They can decide from there which is good for them. A privileged shops rarely indulge.
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