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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Lethal and Slayer are supposedly more suitable for singles whereas Tantrum for doubles. However, I think it depends on your playing style. If you are the type that smashes from the baseline, there's no reason why you cannot use a head heavy and stiff racquet.

    What you are asking for is like the holy grail which everyone is searching for. The requirements for fast at the net and smashing bombs from baseline are almost diametrically opposite. There are all round racquets but normally they don't excel at anything though some come close to being the top in almost every single category (Adidas Duoforce is one such racquet).

    My suggestion is that you can consider getting a head heavy/stiff racquet in 4u specs so that it is still relatively fast at the net. I cannot think of an APAC racquet that fit that criteria but you can consider Yonex or Victor. For Yonex, look at the VTZF 2 (4u) and for Victor, you can consider both the Thruster K9000 (4u) or K6000 (4u). I have the K6000 (3u) and the power is very good with excellent repulsion (the shaft more flexy compare to K9000).
    I looked up your YY and Victor suggestions, and they really fit the bill, thanks. However, their price are almost 3 times that of T200, so need to consider all the angles. Would you advice me any differently if I put it like this: If I find in my match I am mostly staying up front doing net and blocks, then I will use my Finnex Power Smash. But if I find myself frequently covering the back court, or if I find my smashes from the back not troubling my opponents at all, then what racket would you recommend that will give me more power in the backcourt smash, and I do not mind losing some speed at the net (since I will be at the net less)?
    And just to make sure I'm understanding tension rightly-Sometimes I read a reviewer say a certain stiff racket would need a certain high tension (26-28lbs) to maximise its benefits. It makes me wonder if I string that racket at my current preferred tension of 23lbs would I fail to experience the benefits described in the review. Would starting a new racket require another round of tension optimisation, or would my currently favoured tension apply to all racket types? Thanks.

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    try the tweet series.

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    Anyone tried the edge saber z slayer yellow edition? I want a back up for my arcsaber z slash and was wondering if this would be a cheaper alternative?

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    i'm in the market for some light racquets, currently I use Kumpoo nano powershot 990 weight 82 gr dry, and it's much faster than other apacs I owned before (T200, VH2020,L60 all 3u,) very obvious, I'm looking at those 2 models: apacs feather weight 100 and lethal light 1.10.someone please give review and comparision between those two racquets, Featherweight 100 and Lethal light 1.10 have different frame shapes, FW has Bravesword like frame ( Weight (grams): 76 gLength: 675 mm Balance: 290 mm) and LL1.10 has aerodynamic. here're spects of the two:http://www.badmintonbay.com/Badminto...t_id=55i'm so confused by their descriptions, anyone who play with boths please give comments, and what's the different between those 2 frame shapes? (both fast)thanks

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    Whats the differences between the Lethal 60, 70, 90, 100, 110, etc?

    I looked at the Specs, they seem to be basically all the same. balance is about 290. Frame is stiff. Weight is about 86-90.

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    Has anyone tried the Apacs Slayer 550 or 660?

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    Hello, just wanna ask some question. Have you guys ever use APACS Stern 350 Power? its korean spec.

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    The 60 and 70 are almost identical, my 60 was slightly headheavier (but maybe that was just mine).Both are box-framed rackets.The 90 has a frame like victors braveswords and it's more even balanced, the same goes for the L100 (that's a 2U though).The L110 is a bit like the 90, but with a more round frame. It's slightly heavier (mine was) and more stable, but a tad slower.

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    Hi, I am an offensive player and currently I have VT 70 and AT900P which are head heavy type. So if I wanted to look for apace range, what should I be looking at. Thanks.

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    Furthermore, do they have anything similar to VTFZ and VTZF2? Thanks again.

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    I would like to sell new apacs tantrum 200 for rm250 and lethal 60 for rm275 with free apacs string made in japan, grip and apacs shirt. Can COD near bukit jalil, puchong, kinrara, serdang, sri petaling or KL area. Just contact me at 012-2225728 or wan260702@yahoo.com for inquiry The price is fixed as mentioned above. TQ

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    Disappointed!!

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    Why slayer 74?

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    Ordered 3 Apacs Slayer 99 racquets. Hopefully it comes within the next 1-2 weeks.

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    care to explain slayer 74

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    Posted 2 question and was hoping some advise but none came. So disappointed lor

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    Question: How much quality control does APACS have on their high end (lethal, tantrum, slayers) rackets? When ordering APACS racket, do you need to worry much about getting a racket that is totally out of spec (weight, balance point, flex)? Is APACS fairly consistent in their production?

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