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    Hi guys,
    madman is my good friend, he didnt post here at all
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    And Gold- continues to post around like a madman....just not here....

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    Well, nearly 50 of Gold-'s new posts have been deleted
    I hope we won't see yet another rehashed question on stiffness!

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    sry for asking too much question cus i dun wan to buy another racquet like yonex ti-10 purple that i did and sell it away cus i dun like the racquet. i dun wish to buy another racquet like that and regret it.

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    my drop is average, my clear from a back court suck(cant hit from my back court to opponent back court), i can smash but cant jump smash. i play around twice a week. i am a lesiure player no coach have teach me before. and i borrow a nano9000s from somebody like few days ago, i like that racquet but it need alot back effort to clear the shuttle from the back. i hope there is sumthing cheaper then nano9000s but have the same feeling with it and slightly head heavier. if there is need i would save money to buy a more expensive racquet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    sry for asking too much question cus i dun wan to buy another racquet like yonex ti-10 purple that i did and sell it away cus i dun like the racquet. i dun wish to buy another racquet like that and regret it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    my drop is average, my clear from a back court suck(cant hit from my back court to opponent back court), i can smash but cant jump smash. i play around twice a week. i am a lesiure player no coach have teach me before. and i borrow a nano9000s from somebody like few days ago, i like that racquet but it need alot back effort to clear the shuttle from the back. i hope there is sumthing cheaper then nano9000s but have the same feeling with it and slightly head heavier. if there is need i would save money to buy a more expensive racquet
    i see.......
    there is nothing wrong with ti-10. there will be no racket that can improve one's technique, skill or etc.....

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    if u can't even do a back court with light racket...there is no point to u even give u a head heavy racket >.<....or maybe u need find an even balanced racket =D

    anyway...stil the same.. u need to go the badminton shop and swim by ur own hand to get the right feel....unless u are a person tat can easy used to any new racket =)


    and what the reason make u don't like Ti-10?? the paint job?? or ...???

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    If you don't have the power then try going with a lower tension to give you more power.

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    If dont like stiff shaft, try medium flexi. Have a look at RSL 7490, and play with lower tension as phandrew mentioned (21-24lbs). If YY minded, MP66/NS5k should be alright.

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    by the way the racquet i borrow from my friend was apacs nanospeed 9000 not the yonex nanospeed9000s. is there a difference in apacs ns9000 and yonex ns9000S?
    Last edited by Gold-; 10-09-2008 at 11:04 PM.

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    sure there is different....yonex always feel more solid than Apacs racket...and apacs is 4U while yonex is a 3U if not mistaken....but most of the feel they can feel more solid is come from advan player....for me i think there is 20~30% different (for my Edgesaber10 compared to ArcSaber10)

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    First time i've ever seen a thread specifically called down to a particular member. Gold you must be real popular among everyone.

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    he scared to get a wrong racket...but actually u can try apacs clone series...if u don't make a very powerful smash , jump smash like those TOP player in the world.....u have no worries about the durable...apacs clone series is easy to use....if u wan just go Apacs nano 900 power (white)[clone of Armortect 900 techni) which have less head heavy compared to apacs nano 900 power(red) [clone of Armortect 900 power and head heavy than white]...

    u just can get the racket with RM120 and singapore doller $60~70 only...it's cheap enough brother =D

    but if u have high budget...just go for Yonex... =D
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    Hi chongkiatz,
    U r right to state that there are other rackets which are cheaper than those established brands. Apacs is one of them. However, Proace is another good alternative. Proace Thunderbolt 2, Proace Platinum Dream and Proace ABS 1000 are all very good rackets. Much cheaper than those established brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    he scared to get a wrong racket...but actually u can try apacs clone series...if u don't make a very powerful smash , jump smash like those TOP player in the world.....u have no worries about the durable...apacs clone series is easy to use....if u wan just go Apacs nano 900 power (white)[clone of Armortect 900 techni) which have less head heavy compared to apacs nano 900 power(red) [clone of Armortect 900 power and head heavy than white]...

    u just can get the racket with RM120 and singapore doller $60~70 only...it's cheap enough brother =D

    but if u have high budget...just go for Yonex... =D

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    yeah...proace is same line with apacs....i use proace and cab20 yonex all the time when i'm secondary school....but after know Apacs , i start to use it and forgot about Proace already...wakakkaka

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    my drop is average, my clear from a back court suck(cant hit from my back court to opponent back court) [...]
    This has very little to do with the racquet you use.
    This has all to do with your basic hitting technique.

    You need to get someone to show you the right method.
    That will save you energy, money, time and heartburn

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    Gold, i would suggest save your money and spend it on 1to1 coaching sessions instead.

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    who can teach me? i would like to learn during the holidays?

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