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    Find that T200 isw slow to swing. Its like the racket is not very aerodynamic

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    t300 is t200 but uk version i believe. Different paintjob but thats it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    Find that T200 isw slow to swing. Its like the racket is not very aerodynamic
    .. but no doubt the racket is the best for all round play at that price range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    .. but no doubt the racket is the best for all round play at that price range.
    I should take out the words "at * that * price * range" from my previous statement. T200 is one of the best among several other high end rackets.

    Currently I got Dunlop AeroGel 4D Tour - The racket that Wong Choong Hann used to use. Oh! - it is awesome. It is stopping my temptation to buy VT80.

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    How does the Dunlop compares to the vh2000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    How does the Dunlop compares to the vh2000?
    I play singles with 4D Tour and Double with VH2000. I do not have any comparison on the same ground. But what I can say is - 4D tour is slim but stable. You can do flick service easily, response or recovery is very fast, it is a balance racket (but I feel slightly head heavy) - so I am better in defense and control (good for deceptions, which is I feel very difficult with VH2000). Most importantly it can deliver good amount of power (easy to execute acute angle smashes; I feel 4D delivers more acute angle smash that that of with VH2000) and have great repulsion (fast drive and fore-/backhand clears'; more or less same like VH2000). Overall I felt easy to use; easier than VH2000 (just one game I played singles). I do not use it for doubles because I am kind of afraid to break this racket, the paint/design is really good and have nice details (4D braided aerogels). Some time I will upload photos in equipment thread in BC. I can say from my experience that it plays as good as T200 with added advantage of more aerodynamic frame and shaft structure. Impact shock - T200 > 4D Tour > or = VH2000. I am using 25lbs in all of them. Stiffness - T200 > 4D Tour ~ VH2000. Frame weight, 3Us - T200 & VH2000 (88-90gm) ~ 4D (87gm).
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    guys, where can you buy Apacs Finapi 88 in KL ? As well as Edgesaber Z and Edgesaber 10 ? How much are they ?

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    Default Apacs lethal X18

    my new weapon after broken stern 200~
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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    my new weapon after broken stern 200~
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    wow~ nice bag~ comes with racket?

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    I got this lethal x18 as well. Mine is 4U, light racquet, good for defend and speedy playing style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peen98 View Post
    wow~ nice bag~ comes with racket?
    come with racket after i give the seller extra rm170...

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    How is the Stern 200? I was considering getting a cheapish racket since I broke my MX80. Actually crying over this :'(

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKChai View Post
    How is the Stern 200? I was considering getting a cheapish racket since I broke my MX80. Actually crying over this :'(
    stern200 is a good double racket. it have slim shaft (diamater 7.0 mm) and slim frame (is aerodynamic but not like victor bs series), with light weight and balance it is very suitable for front double player...if you really want this series, better you get the stern 300/330 because they have woven materials in frame and shaft.

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    apacs wad racket same as yonex nano 9900 ? i means not clone....is spec...high speed and attk not also too bad..

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    how's 6u rackets when you smash? like lethal light special or tantrum light exclusive.
    some posts say it'll be no-power smash..

    sorry for my poor english x

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    Quote Originally Posted by editor132 View Post
    how's 6u rackets when you smash? like lethal light special or tantrum light exclusive.
    some posts say it'll be no-power smash..

    sorry for my poor english x
    No, it is not true for everybody. It depends on your wrist action. You can generate equal amount of power in you smash like that of heavy rackets. In fact I have noticed that TLE is better in term stability compared to many other 4U rackets. So it will be easy to put the shuttle down wherever you want.

    It is true for me that I was unable to deliver enough power like that of a heavy rackets for fore-and back-hand clears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    How does the Dunlop compares to the vh2000?
    @ txv611 - I played doubles with 4D and realized that VH2000 is more powerful.

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