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    Hi JC,
    Thank you for reviving this thread, it's just as funny as it was the first time I read it
    as for 22x22 vs 22x24: the first is what is commonly referred to as 22lbs tension, the later as 24lbs.
    So 22x24 is effectively higher, the other difference is frameshap. 22x22 is msot likely to be a "short and fat" rackethead while the 22x24 is less distorted (were talking mm's here, so don't panic )

    Illpjlau,
    CD has been banned some time ago...that's why he's been so quiet...
    and please, keep me out of any internet pissing-contests

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    oh man CD was so fun to read.... i'll miss him.. *sniff*

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    It might be fun to read, it was frustration for those who try to make sure new members do not get he wrong ideas. Thanks to Kwun for turn off the crap so we don't need to hear those pissing sound and keep flushing the toilet for him.

    PS, CD6 keep missing the toilet because he is too short. (height, and body part)

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    Master SH, you are good!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    It might be fun to read, it was frustration for those who try to make sure new members do not get he wrong ideas. Thanks to Kwun for turn off the crap so we don't need to hear those pissing sound and keep flushing the toilet for him.

    PS, CD6 keep missing the toilet because he is too short. (height, and body part)

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    I mean, usually people just miss the point. Man, this guy miss the entire toilet!

    OK, I will stop beating the dead horse now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    I mean, usually people just miss the point. Man, this guy miss the entire toilet!

    OK, I will stop beating the dead horse now...

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    Stop pounding on a dead horse

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    I just want to say the Great Panda is better than me on this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby View Post
    CD has been banned some time ago...
    I thought it was quiet.

    I miss him...

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    Won my friend with a yonex B-450 low torsion steel with one string that snapped skill matters more until your at such a level that requires the use of equipment to further improve your play.

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    Neil, don't get too emotional now .

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Nicholls View Post
    I thought it was quiet.

    I miss him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    of course, after 2 months, strings are ready to be cut for a new string

    thats only if the strings manage to survive 2 months...

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    while i may not agree with cd6 for just about everything,one thing i have to agree with is that 2 different strings can get equal power, after all lindan uses bg65, peter gade uses bg80 and taufik uses bg66 and they can all smash 300km/h

    i don't think you can smash the hell out of someone outside of the beginner level using 15lbs of tension and standing still... unless of course your level is that much higher than theirs... i remember seeing my highschool gym teacher beat a beginner sitting in a chair using a $15 racket with default strings..

    also, anyone can base-line clear.. i don't think tension matters there. i can clear using an improperly strung racket (i didn't realize my clamps were broken, so sue me), i think the tension was about 15lbs (if i'm lucky)... sadly i strung other people's rackets with those broken clamps, but they could all clear just fine

    all in all i have to say, equipment does make a difference, unless playing someone weaker than you. nobody can be consistant using crappy stuff. someone ranked 1st would lose to number 2 if #1 was using that $15 racket and #2 was using the best stuff in the world.

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    i want to know what is the ideal tension for armortec 900 technique

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