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    In that case I guess it would probably depend on how much you would charge for the service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    In that case I guess it would probably depend on how much you would charge for the service.
    Ahhhh, skip for now, just brainstorming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Not every racket. Panda asked who would be interested in this service. It only applies to those who are interested in this service.
    I'd definitely partake then. I find I am sensitive to differences in badminton racket balance down to the ~.75g, and 1-2mm bp. Though I definitely don't play like I do, it just annoys me when it is slightly off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    I'd definitely partake then. I find I am sensitive to differences in badminton racket balance down to the ~.75g, and 1-2mm bp. Though I definitely don't play like I do, it just annoys me when it is slightly off.
    Say G., did you review the TPro yet? For better or worse?

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    I've only had a brief session with it, but at the moment, its definitely leaving me with a definite want to restring my venerable 1st gen Ti10 to compare them, but I doubt it would survive anything over 25 pounds. But so far, everything you've sent me has gotten a definite positive review. In comparing equal stiffnesses, TPro is definitely better than the T1, I'll give a more detailed review at the end of the week.

    Maybe I'll do a side to side comparison with ZM62 at 24lbs with my Ti10.

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    Just FYI, there are a some head light TPros available:

    85.5g, BP274mm
    85.9g, BP276mm
    84.1g, BP277mm
    84.5g, BP278mm
    84.4g, BP279mm
    85.7g, BP279mm
    84.0g, BP280mm
    84.2g, BP281mm
    84.7g, BP281mm
    84.1g, BP282mm
    84.5g, BP282mm
    85.1g, BP282mm
    85.3g, BP282mm
    86.2g, BP282mm
    84.1g, BP283mm
    84.1g, BP283mm
    84.3g, BP283mm
    85.0g, BP283mm
    85.3g, BP283mm
    83.9g, BP284mm
    84.3g, BP284mm
    84.5g, BP284mm

    Thanks for your consideration.

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    The 85.9g, 276mm one looks interesting. I have yet to use a headlight racket I ever really liked. The NS8000v1, 9000, 9900 were all good, but they all felt like they lacked a little "meat"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Just FYI, there are a some head light TPros available:

    85.5g, BP274mm
    85.9g, BP276mm
    84.1g, BP277mm
    84.5g, BP278mm
    84.4g, BP279mm
    85.7g, BP279mm
    84.0g, BP280mm
    84.2g, BP281mm
    84.7g, BP281mm
    84.1g, BP282mm
    84.5g, BP282mm
    85.1g, BP282mm
    85.3g, BP282mm
    86.2g, BP282mm
    84.1g, BP283mm
    84.1g, BP283mm
    84.3g, BP283mm
    85.0g, BP283mm
    85.3g, BP283mm
    83.9g, BP284mm
    84.3g, BP284mm
    84.5g, BP284mm

    Thanks for your consideration.
    Sir, correct me if I'm mistaken but these specs are the raw specs of the TPros un-stringed and without grip, right?

    When someone orders from you with their desired specs, You will be the one choosing which racket will have the raw specs that could be altered to achieve the desired specs, yes?

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    No, these are dry weight specs meaning with original grip, unstrung.

    No, not doing altering currently.


    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    Sir, correct me if I'm mistaken but these specs are the raw specs of the TPros un-stringed and without grip, right?

    When someone orders from you with their desired specs, You will be the one choosing which racket will have the raw specs that could be altered to achieve the desired specs, yes?

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    So far:

    1st test 84.5 g bp 288 with a full overgrip on it strung at 22-24 mp. Solid racket felt
    quite a bit slower than my P and noticeable stiffer. Broke the strings half way through the night. Brought back out the P and so easy to use was a bit concerned about the TP.

    2nd test 83.9g bp 286 with basically half and overgrip spread out to cover handle or so.
    Big difference, no issues with defense and never even thought about bringing out the P.
    Only concern is stiffness as not far off the Ultra in stiffness. Compared a T2 and quite
    a bit stiffer definitely and reminds me of a T1.

    So at this point feeling much better about the racket. Do I wish it had more flex yes but
    if I can get used to it will be even happier. So like I mentioned with the Ultra Pro it is a racket that you have to work towards wielding. The TPro is in the same boat for me but
    I believe within my reach. The Ultra I think will be a bit further down the road.

    If you own a P remember to buy a TPro a few g's lighter due to swing speed.

    Stay tuned more to be written on this racket.

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    The more I think about that 85.9g 276mm or that 85.5g 274mm one even more so, the more I want them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    The more I think about that 85.9g 276mm or that 85.5g 274mm one even more so, the more I want them.
    Better reserve them. Panda is meeting a couple of people who specifically want BP270-280 TPros this Friday.

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    Heh. Let's allow fate to decide shall we? I shall consider another TPro after the weekend is through.

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    Maybe those headlight Tpros can rival the NS9900 for its money? We need a comparison! *off to bed for this young one*

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    hey guys, i wanna ask bout T2. how does it compare to apacs tantrum 200?
    wats the difference?
    quality, power, feel, and defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jysw1986 View Post
    hey guys, i wanna ask bout T2. how does it compare to apacs tantrum 200?
    wats the difference?
    quality, power, feel, and defense.
    just in case you would like to buy Panda Power racket, you can check the distributor here : www.dcbadminton.net/order.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    just in case you would like to buy Panda Power racket, you can check the distributor here : www.dcbadminton.net/order.htm
    yup, i am planning to look into panda racket. I know of someone that wanna sell his T2, but again, i wanna know how does it feel and etc compared to my current main which is t200. i cannot test it out, because different state, and its not worth going all the way to KL to check it out. I am in melaka, malaysia by the way. haha

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