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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    What if I take this racket and strung it to a higher level compare to other middle class rackets?

    I did not try SW36 yet. I'm waiting for G4 grip.

    Regards

    why would you want to string this racket at a higher tension since you dont consider yourself a pro level player? Stringing the racket at tensions lower than 25lbs makes the racket easier to handle as the sweetspot is larger, hence easier to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    why would you want to string this racket at a higher tension since you dont consider yourself a pro level player? Stringing the racket at tensions lower than 25lbs makes the racket easier to handle as the sweetspot is larger, hence easier to use.
    I see.

    But what then is a point buying good racket if string tension are everything according to your statement?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    I see.

    But what then is a point buying good racket if string tension are everything according to your statement?

    Thanks!

    for me, i buy good racket for its performance...and the string tension suits my playing level. i've tried stringing at 26lbs but just couldnt play with it as the whole racket feels like a woodnen plank, but that's just me. i've seen court friends who are just starting out, omg their string tension is at 31lbs!!! they said the "expert" player ask them to string at that tension, plays better!!! and after a short while, they come complaining of elbow pains...
    so what then, is your objective by stringing your racket at high tensions since you dont consider yourself a "pro level" player?
    you can always string it up to your suitable tension, and i'm sure the AT900T will have no trouble performing up to your required tension.
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    Hi!

    Just a question. I tried AT900T second time and today I also got Carlton VT Tour and I must say it just feels great!!!!!

    What I want to ask is I have AT900T U3 and Carlton is U4 (I'm not sure if Yonex and Carlton have same griping sizing).

    Both racket have different characteristic: AT900T head heavy, Carlton even balance, etc.-...

    What would happen if I change AT900T for U4 regarding racket performance and my game?

    I do not feel that AT900T is heavy - it feels great but Carlton have another great feeling because it is kind of balance weight.

    Remember this is my second play with AT900T.

    Regards
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    Yonex Amortec 900 Technique For Sale!

    Hi does anyone want to buy an Yonex Amortec 900 Technique 4U G4 US coded strung with BG80 at 26/28lbs for $175? If the price is too high I can negotiate. The racket has a minor paint scrape on the top of the frame from picking up the shuttlecock too much. I can also supply one free Yonex Super Grap with the racket. If anything feel free to email me personally. Thank You!

    Email: xhenryjai@hotmail.com

    Racket Specs:
    Model: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    Grip Size: G4
    Weight: 4U
    Racket Shaft Code: 250594US
    Strings: Yonex BG80 26/28 lbs
    Other: Stock Grip wrapped with Yonex Super Grap (red)

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    i have a 4ug4 one, and its my main racket now. however i find that the racket is much more head heavy than my previous at 800 def 4ug5. i mean its great, theres more power, but i always thought they are both similar to each other.

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    bit of an out of the blue question, but i was wondering whether someone could tell me which weight TH was using during the time he was using the technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    bit of an out of the blue question, but i was wondering whether someone could tell me which weight TH was using during the time he was using the technique.
    Pretty sure it was a 4U. He used the 4U AT700 as well, if my memory serves me correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jymbalaya View Post
    Pretty sure it was a 4U. He used the 4U AT700 as well, if my memory serves me correctly.
    It was a 3U. Can't tell you about the AT700 but I'm positive about the AT900T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejym View Post
    It was a 3U. Can't tell you about the AT700 but I'm positive about the AT900T.
    As far as I am aware, he use's 3UG4 for all of his rackets. Including AT900T and AT700 (old)

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    i remember ants saying that he used a 4u at700.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    i remember ants saying that he used a 4u at700.
    I think he used both weight versions, there is a photo on this forum that ants posted of one of TH rackets, and it was 3UG4

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    4u AT700 ,I dont see any point in that ! and I guess it wont be that popular

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    I have a question about the armortec 900T. I tried one today and unfortunately it was a 4u racket. I found the power wasn't nearly what I am used to. I use a z-force (4u) currently and am looking for a new backup racket. I'm really between the at900t and the voltric 80. probably would get 3u either way but my main concern is whether the 3u armortec 900 is going to be much more of a hard hitter then the 4u? and whether or not the voltric 80 might also be a better option?
    any help is welcome!

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    A friend of mine is facing a similar dilemma. Which racquet to choose between AT900T, VT80 and VTZF if one desires a head heavy racquet that generates the most power of the 3 mentioned options? Thanks in advance!

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