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    Default Racquet for the perfect Smash?

    <P>I have read lots of posts of people asking which racquet will make them smash faster, but it's all very dependant on their own level of technique and power etc.</P>
    <P>What I would like to know is if someone was to have the perfect smashing technique and world record power, which of the fllowing racquets (NS9000X, NS8000, AT700, AT900P, MP100, AT800-of, Ti-10) would maximise that persons smashing speed?</P>

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    if you are a fast swinger, go for NS series.....
    if you have ultimate power, go For AT series....
    so far i know that AT700 is an ultimate smash gear....
    and Ti10 too....

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    World record smash speed is using Ti-10 and AT700 is not far behind.....

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    and to clarify its the first generation Ti10 right? (the black, silver, red, dull color)

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    Would the world record have been faster with a different racquet though?
    Or is everyone of the thought that the best racquet to deliver that elusive perfect smash would be a Ti-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarfcichlid78 View Post
    Would the world record have been faster with a different racquet though?
    Or is everyone of the thought that the best racquet to deliver that elusive perfect smash would be a Ti-10.
    ask fu hai feng and see what he says :P

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    Was hoping for real opinions about the 7 rackets at the start of the thread rather than jokes. Anyway, i just rang Fu Haifeng and he said he was busy watching TV .
    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    ask fu hai feng and see what he says :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarfcichlid78 View Post
    Was hoping for real opinions about the 7 rackets at the start of the thread rather than jokes. Anyway, i just rang Fu Haifeng and he said he was busy watching TV .
    I was being sort of sarcastic when I said that but more because honestly, the question you asked can't be answered in a way. For example, people always ask, "which string gives the most power?" and the answer varies. Also, take myself for example, I feel that I get more power with the Ti-10 than an AT700. Does that mean that everyone else gets the same result? No, right?

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    I get your point and realise you were just joking . I guess my question is not based on which racket will give me the fastest smash because that will depend on my swing, i'm more of a defensive player anyway. I just wondered if there was a racket that is generally meant to be the most powerful assuming that you have perfect technique and swing speed etc. I suppose it would be the one with the stiffest shaft and the most head heavy balance, any thouhgts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwarfcichlid78 View Post
    I get your point and realise you were just joking . I guess my question is not based on which racket will give me the fastest smash because that will depend on my swing, i'm more of a defensive player anyway. I just wondered if there was a racket that is generally meant to be the most powerful assuming that you have perfect technique and swing speed etc. I suppose it would be the one with the stiffest shaft and the most head heavy balance, any thouhgts?
    Out of the current Yonex rackets, I would say that most players hail the AT700 to be the most powerful.

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    While you maybe have the ultimate smashing technique, your technique will still be individual and certain racquets will produce a faster smash than others.

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    For the ultimate smash I would go for an Armortec 700 strung with either NGB98 or BG65ti

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