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    Quote Originally Posted by thunder killer View Post
    it will be ultra light,titanium dream,ti-power,power ace 99,nano tech 90.

    all this racket weight is around 80g to 83g.

    the ultra light now is reallly least in the market.i think is aound rm150-180 with string and grip.
    i believe the unstrung weight of the ultra light is 5u (less than 80g)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    i believe the unstrung weight of the ultra light is 5u (less than 80g)
    yes.ultra light and titanium dream is 5u

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunder killer View Post
    it will be ultra light,titanium dream,ti-power,power ace 99,nano tech 90.

    all this racket weight is around 80g to 83g.

    the ultra light now is reallly least in the market.i think is aound rm150-180 with string and grip.

    titanium dream is a around rm220 to rm260 with string and grip.

    ti-power is oval head shape.the price is rm120-rm150 with string and grip.

    power ace 99 is rm150 to rm 170 with string and grip.

    nano tech is rm190 to rm220 with string and grip.
    that isnt competitive price........

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    thunder killer.....do own a shop.....if you do...where is it located

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    I remember i bought my Pro Ace Ultra Light from AJ Racket with grip, String (BG 66) & Bag ( Big Size ) only around RM 150/= last year.

    It's a good racquet. If it compare with the newly bought ProTech Absolute 360, i still prefer ProAce.

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    so muslayer....how is the performance of the ultra light....i means power wise....clearing and back hand....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Jie View Post
    so muslayer....how is the performance of the ultra light....i means power wise....clearing and back hand....

    So far so good. All depend on ur technique, ur string tension, & ur skill.
    Ur technique wrong , no matter what racquet also the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat Jie View Post
    thunder killer.....do own a shop.....if you do...where is it located
    yes mat jie,i have a shop in segambut,taman sri sinar.i do mostly focus on pro ace brands.for ultra light,it more suitable for players who play defensive and rallies game are suitable.for smasher its tottally not coz the racket is too light and doesnt contain any power in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muslayer View Post
    I remember i bought my Pro Ace Ultra Light from AJ Racket with grip, String (BG 66) & Bag ( Big Size ) only around RM 150/= last year.

    It's a good racquet. If it compare with the newly bought ProTech Absolute 360, i still prefer ProAce.
    for sure.the ultra light and absolute 360 is a differrent standard racket. protech racket is stiff and hard

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    How much is Thundbolt V racquet with string (BG80) + grip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muslayer View Post
    How much is Thundbolt V racquet with string (BG80) + grip?
    if u buy one i will charge rm175 but if 2 i will charge rm340

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    'Thunder Killer' which Proace rackets are most Powerful. I interested in powerful smashers... how much your price? Thanks

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    if u mean for powerful smashes,for sure u need a more heavy racket.coz not all players use the same way to smash.some people they smash mostly using the wrist and some using the whole arm to swing down.if u really have good power,i will recommend u thunderbolt-5.it doesnt really cost much.

    RM170 with bg 66 string and grip.

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    'Thunder Killer' tks your fast reply. Need to ask more: Thunderbolt 5 would b similar to which Yonex racket? I need a 'Head heavy, Medium stiff racket'. How about DMS 328 or 99, are they stiff? If u have racket for test even better .
    Btw, your shop in Segambut is it open on Saturday, I plan visit this Sat. Dont mind I have your mobile no?

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    Hi 'Thunder Killer'. Are there any newer version of Pro Ace Platinium Dream? Current, I am using Yonex AT900P(4U) with BG66 @ 24lbs. I smash with arm swing and my racket only generated average power. Today, I tested Pro Ace Platinium Dream(4U) @ 24lbs and the power it generated was awesome. The impact sound was loud and I can feel the birdie go at a faster speed as compare to my AT900P. Do you have any recommendation for Pro Ace racket for player that like to smash with arm swing technic. Thanks

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    Platinum Dream 4U is a copy to Ti-10 similarity minus the weight, 3U would be almost same weight as Ti-10. This piece has a slim shaft & frame (shaft not as stiff as Ti-10) thus creating a faster swing.

    AT900P racket similar would be like Thunderbolt 2-5 (or new model Nano Power 200), shaft would be medium-stiff.
    Last edited by Willi@m; 08-25-2008 at 05:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hola4 View Post
    Hi 'Thunder Killer'. Are there any newer version of Pro Ace Platinium Dream? Current, I am using Yonex AT900P(4U) with BG66 @ 24lbs. I smash with arm swing and my racket only generated average power. Today, I tested Pro Ace Platinium Dream(4U) @ 24lbs and the power it generated was awesome. The impact sound was loud and I can feel the birdie go at a faster speed as compare to my AT900P. Do you have any recommendation for Pro Ace racket for player that like to smash with arm swing technic. Thanks
    hi hola,yonex at900 and pro ace platinuim dream is totally a different racket.
    at900 is more heavy and stiff,its more suitable for powerful player.the platinium dream is more lightter and flexible.is more suitable for players who has good wrist power to drive the shuttle.like what u said,u use your arm more for the smash.

    from my opinion,i think thunderbolt 3 and 5,sweetspot 5000 and titanium 11 is suitable.

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