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    i just picked up my at900t, can't wait to get it strung and tested...
    from what i read, bg80 seems to be really popular
    i've been considering bg80/85, which is better for a control oriented player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.leung View Post
    i just picked up my at900t, can't wait to get it strung and tested...
    from what i read, bg80 seems to be really popular
    i've been considering bg80/85, which is better for a control oriented player?
    BG68ti is probaly the one of the best control strings
    Are you worried about durrability ? If no get BG85 if yes get BG80 I think however BG80 is better overall than BG85

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    yes, i'm worried about durability, because i'm not a high level player so stringing will only happen when needed
    i will do some research on the bg68ti as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by b.leung View Post
    yes, i'm worried about durability, because i'm not a high level player so stringing will only happen when needed
    i will do some research on the bg68ti as well
    ok but according to the yonex string chart the BG68ti are the best control string. I have tried them on my friends arc10 and they were nice for control and had a good amount of power but not as much ad BG80

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    Had the AT900 P , it was a good racket , then I got the Ns8000 and NS 9900 , both of them blew the AT900P away in term of control and power .. but then I had a go on the Tantrum 200 and that was like magic (the feelllllll )

    BTW, the Apacs nano red is a bad, bad racket and does not play similar to the AT900P

    I still love the at900p because of the head-heaviness and as a backup to the NS9900 in XD

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    Just received and tried my AT 900P, and woah, what a racquet... I'm very critical about racquets, but this one has something special. I played with arc 7, AT 700, and some other racquets, but the AT 900P overpowers them all. It felt right immediatly in my hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice man View Post
    Just received and tried my AT 900P, and woah, what a racquet... I'm very critical about racquets, but this one has something special. I played with arc 7, AT 700, and some other racquets, but the AT 900P overpowers them all. It felt right immediatly in my hands
    Is yours a 4u or a 3u ?

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    3U, arc 7 was 3U too but AT 700 4U

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    i know i alr asked this..but i forgot the answer...AT900T is stiff or flexible or medium??is it good for controling???

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    Last time did own a AT900P which was broken 1 week ago..T.T I hav another racket from Fleet which has totally the same lenght and balance point as the AT900P but i jz simply feel that i can press down the shuttle easier wif AT900P...'-'lll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    i know i alr asked this..but i forgot the answer...AT900T is stiff or flexible or medium??is it good for controling???
    here's an approximate rating of yonex rackets stiffness
    NS9900>AT700>MP99>NS8000>NS9000x>AT900p>ARC10>AT90 0t>NS9000s>NS7700>NS7000>NS800>ARC9>ARC7>NS4500>AT 600>NS6000
    I think thats about it
    I would say the AT900 is stiff

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    here's an approximate rating of yonex rackets stiffness
    NS9900>AT700>MP99>NS8000>NS9000x>AT900p>ARC10>AT90 0t>NS9000s>NS7700>NS7000>NS800>ARC9>ARC7>NS4500>AT 600>NS6000
    I think thats about it
    I would say the AT900 is stiff
    oh thx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    here's an approximate rating of yonex rackets stiffness
    NS9900>AT700>MP99>NS8000>NS9000x>AT900p>ARC10>AT900t>NS9000s>N S7700>NS7000>NS800>ARC9>ARC7>NS4500>AT600>NS6000
    I think thats about it
    I would say the AT900 is stiff
    You should move that to somewhere near the bottom of the list... it's stiffer than ARC7...but not as stiff as NS7000. From my experiences....

    NS9000X>NS9900>AT900P>AT900T>MP99>NS9000S>ARC10>NS 7000>AT700>ARC7.

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    Default AT900P rules!

    Just got a new AT900P 3UG4 with Nanogy 95 @ 24lbs. It is a great racket with power, control and touch. AT900P/T is still one of the best rackets ever made by Yonex, despite all the latest rackets coming out IMHO...

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    Wink AT900T upgrade

    After so much self-assessment and long consideration, I finally upgraded from my flexible AT600 to a 3UG4 AT900T yesterday. Changed the string to Zymax 62 at 24x22 lb and put a black Super Grap on top of the original grip to keep the same configuration as the old axe. Everything would have been perfect except that I have to wait till Thursday to go to the court

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tactician View Post
    After so much self-assessment and long consideration, I finally upgraded from my flexible AT600 to a 3UG4 AT900T yesterday. Changed the string to Zymax 62 at 24x22 lb and put a black Super Grap on top of the original grip to keep the same configuration as the old axe. Everything would have been perfect except that I have to wait till Thursday to go to the court
    Congratulations on your upgrade. You will not regret it. It is a very nice racket.
    It will looks even better with a black string and white Karakal PU grip.
    Take good care of it as it is not a VERY strong racket in terms of built (if you know what i mean) Bang Bang and it's bye bye.

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    AT900 Power has a better control and great amount of energy output for those who love head heavy racket. But if you want to have a better control of your shots.. i would suggest bg66 sharp or bg66 maxima.

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