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    It can handle up to 30 lbs. Yes, it is fast to swing especially on drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reiko View Post
    It can handle up to 30 lbs. Yes, it is fast to swing especially on drive.
    Which U are you referring to?!?!

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    I'm referring for the 4U racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reiko View Post
    I'm referring for the 4U racket.
    I believe my 900SA swings faster than that!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I believe my 900SA swings faster than that!!
    whats that matt?? 900 sa?


    4U is really fast but kinda brittle. I sold my last AT 900 T 4U already.I am surely going to miss it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    whats that matt?? 900 sa?


    4U is really fast but kinda brittle. I sold my last AT 900 T 4U already.I am surely going to miss it..
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=40427

    This one is different because there is no 3U version since it's a model of it's own!! =)

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    You mean 900 swing power sa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    You mean 900 swing power sa?
    That's right!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I am assuming you purchased this from an authorized dealer, which would be CD coded. In this case, the AT900s, G4 and G5 only comes in 4U while 3U only comes in G3.
    For the grip size on AT900s, 3U comes with G3, G4, and G5 whereas the 4U only comes in G4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSomeGuy View Post
    For the grip size on AT900s, 3U comes with G3, G4, and G5 whereas the 4U only comes in G4.
    I believe some areas also only carry 4UG5 as well.

    As far as the catalogue saids.

    3UG3-5
    4UG4-5
    Last edited by Matt; 10-01-2007 at 05:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I believe some areas also only carry 4UG5 as well.

    As far as the catalogue saids.

    3UG3-5
    4UG4-5
    If so, shouldn't the Yonex website have it posted? Maybe it's not authentic or not made by Yonex?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSomeGuy View Post
    For the grip size on AT900s, 3U comes with G3, G4, and G5 whereas the 4U only comes in G4.
    sad that in canada... no 3UG5...
    I had to order mine from Japan

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    Alrite, something is weird..

    I was given an AT 700 (old) as a gift and i have been using it for 2 games.
    The at 700 is so much more powerful and fast as compared to the AT 900 T!!!

    I mean i know that AT 900 T do not pack that much punch, but i control better and etc with the AT 700!!

    I have never used the AT 700 before so this is my first, I am wondering what is going on..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    Alrite, something is weird..

    I was given an AT 700 (old) as a gift and i have been using it for 2 games.
    The at 700 is so much more powerful and fast as compared to the AT 900 T!!!

    I mean i know that AT 900 T do not pack that much punch, but i control better and etc with the AT 700!!

    I have never used the AT 700 before so this is my first, I am wondering what is going on..
    Was it a 3U or 4U racquet? It also depends on the weight and stringing too. I own two AT900T (One strung at 28lbs with BG66 and one strung at 26lbs with BG85) and it worked out well for me. Mine is a 4U racquet.

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    mine is all 3u so thats why i am wondering what is happening?,,

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    No Blurry, you haven't adapted to 3U yet. I like my racket.

    However I know with my 900SA, I can swing faster but it's not as powerful as the 900T.

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    I am looking at getting an Armortec 900, still deciding Power or Technique. I went to Lee's Badminton (like most people in Toronto/GTA Area) and tried both out in my hands. The 900 Power feels quite solid, while the Technique is slightly (very slightly) lighter. The 900 Technique I would say is quite a balanced racquet. It feels great since I play a more balanced game, also I will be likely getting the 3U version.

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