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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    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.
    thank you for your advice!
    i'll string a racket in a little lower tension to make clear shot easier

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    my new racket lethal 18 cannot suit my style very much, will sell it if anybody interest with it.

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    badminton bay or some badminton racket shops' description of Tantrum light exclusive says that the weight is 78 +/- 1g (6U-G2).

    i think it's not 6U but 5U. am i wrong?
    3u:89-85
    4u:84-80
    5u:79-75
    6u:74-70
    7u:69-65
    right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by editor132 View Post
    badminton bay or some badminton racket shops' description of Tantrum light exclusive says that the weight is 78 +/- 1g (6U-G2).

    i think it's not 6U but 5U. am i wrong?
    3u:89-85
    4u:84-80
    5u:79-75
    6u:74-70
    7u:69-65
    right?

    you are right, 78g should be 5U.

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    i'm relieved. i wasnt wrong thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    you are right, 78g should be 5U.
    it weighs 80-82gm with the string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    it weighs 80-82gm with the string.
    Not sure why that's relevant though.

    Anyway, I think apacs class their weights differently to Yonex. I can't explain why they would call a 77-78g racket a 6U otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Not sure why that's relevant though.

    Anyway, I think apacs class their weights differently to Yonex. I can't explain why they would call a 77-78g racket a 6U otherwise.
    you are back here after a long time! how is your VT80 doing? Do you still play with T300 and L70?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    you are back here after a long time! how is your VT80 doing? Do you still play with T300 and L70?
    3U VT80 is doing great for me - it's still the new "toy" for me, so I've hardly touched my T300 and L70 for the last few weeks. To be honest, I don't think anything has changed significantly except my footwork and conditioning have improved - nothing to do with the racket. The VT80 smashes feel nice, but I'm pretty sure if someone measured the actual speed of the shuttle, it'd be pretty much the same as my smashes with the T300 and L70 - again, it's all about technique and racket adaptation. In my opinion, those that find one racket hugely better than another are generally lacking technique etc and are below B- level.

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    I am new in here... Just got my new apacs!
    nano 9900..
    Wish me luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by solar View Post
    I am new in here... Just got my new apacs!
    nano 9900..
    Wish me luck
    Wow...from Serbia! How big is badminton there? Just curious! How you enjoy your new purchase

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    Have fun no luck needed.

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    Anyone. Try 7u or 6u can gv ur exp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghooga View Post
    Wow...from Serbia! How big is badminton there? Just curious! How you enjoy your new purchase
    It is OK, I just need some time to get used to it.
    Balance is much different then my previous racket.
    Badminton is not big, but... It`s getting bigger.
    We have some promising juniors. Won some medals in Badminton europe junior / youth circuit.
    But... Basketball, Handball, Football, Waterpolo, Voleyball... Those are traditional serbian sports.
    And now, every kid wants to play tennis because of Novak Djokovic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    Anyone. Try 7u or 6u can gv ur exp?
    At the beginning they were useful for me to improve footwork and some trick shots.. but at later stage I started to use 4U then 3U/2U.

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    could anyone give review on apacs finapi 101?

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    guy would like to ask u all is lethal 8 and stern 909 is it a gd racket

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