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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    Kwun, are you going to get a Tpro?
    No, Kwun is not getting a TPro.

    He is getting at least a couple.

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    Sir, is there any status update for the T-shirts?

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    got my Tpro just now,
    first impression, this racket is pretty impressive
    got mine 84.8 gram 295mm
    it feels pretty solid when I swing it

    will try it tomorrow or on Saturday

    some photos (Sorry for crappy photos )




    Last edited by Avenger; 03-24-2011 at 11:20 AM.

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    Does the Tpro have a flex shaft? or is it as stiff as the Upro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JukUx View Post
    Does the Tpro have a flex shaft? or is it as stiff as the Upro?
    Tpro is more flexible than Upro
    Tpro: 7.8 ~ 8.2
    Upro: 7.5 ~ 7.7
    *the greater the number, the more flexible it is
    but I think the Tpro is still pretty stiff

    http://www.ibuysports.com/badmintoninfosheet.html

    SOTX stiffness chart:
    8.0 extra stiff
    8.5 stiff
    9.0 medium stiff
    9.5 flexible

    and as you can see the Tpro is in extra stiff area
    the Upro should be ultra stiff then

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    Quote Originally Posted by avenger View Post
    kwun, are you going to get a tpro?
    It would be fun to compare tpro with vt80, bs10, sw35 and mx80
    Quote Originally Posted by dinkalot View Post
    no, kwun is not getting a tpro.

    He is getting at least a couple.
    hehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    No, Kwun is not getting a TPro.

    He is getting at least a couple.
    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    hehe...
    The perquisites of being The Boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    Tpro is more flexible than Upro
    Tpro: 7.8 ~ 8.2
    Upro: 7.5 ~ 7.7
    *the greater the number, the more flexible it is
    but I think the Tpro is still pretty stiff

    http://www.ibuysports.com/badmintoninfosheet.html

    SOTX stiffness chart:
    8.0 extra stiff
    8.5 stiff
    9.0 medium stiff
    9.5 flexible

    and as you can see the Tpro is in extra stiff area
    the Upro should be ultra stiff then
    Anyone knows the stiffness of Yonex rackets to have a comparison (NS 9900, Voltric, Z Slash ..)?

    Cheers

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    The Tpro is a good replacement for my Ti-10 just wish it was a different color though XD

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    Never got a answer to my question before, so I'll just give it a go again, with an update.
    Now nearly half of my lower grommets (the ones sticking out of the frame) have their top broken off, but seems to remain intact down in the frame. Is this a problem?

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    Best you take an image and send it to your Distributor.

    This goes for everyone; that's what your Distributor is for, to service you.





    Quote Originally Posted by OliverHH View Post
    Never got a answer to my question before, so I'll just give it a go again, with an update.
    Now nearly half of my lower grommets (the ones sticking out of the frame) have their top broken off, but seems to remain intact down in the frame. Is this a problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flixor View Post
    Anyone knows the stiffness of Yonex rackets to have a comparison (NS 9900, Voltric, Z Slash ..)?

    Cheers
    sorry, I don't know about it..
    but from what I read, NS9900 is the stiffest out of three

    maybe someone who has Tpro and these three rackets can help us about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    sorry, I don't know about it..
    but from what I read, NS9900 is the stiffest out of three

    maybe someone who has Tpro and these three rackets can help us about this?
    The TPro is noticeably stiffer than the Z-Slash and more powerful. Mine felt just as quick, but that's due to lower weight and BP, I guess. It's also more controlled (as the head is bigger).

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    Got back earlier than expected from my holiday so now keenly awaiting some racquets (and hopefully not a red card) in the early days of next week, excitement indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    The TPro is noticeably stiffer than the Z-Slash and more powerful. Mine felt just as quick, but that's due to lower weight and BP, I guess. It's also more controlled (as the head is bigger).
    thanks for the info

    Quote Originally Posted by Teebs View Post
    Got back earlier than expected from my holiday so now keenly awaiting some racquets (and hopefully not a red card) in the early days of next week, excitement indeed.
    hopefully you are there to get your racket before the courier leaves

    can't wait to use the Tpro tomorrow

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    I wish, it's not being delivered till Monday/Tuesday for that very reason. The long wait continues... Good to have to live with a Precision and a T2 for when I play Sunday, sad times indeed.

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    short review about Tpro
    play 1 hour only today due to the court is booked for five a side football

    spec: 84.8 gram
    BP: 295mm
    String: Zymax 67 red, 24lbs
    Grip: RKEP ultimate red

    History: Cab 8, Arcsaber 008T

    I must say I'm impressed, I thought it would be a damn slow racket, but it is not. It as fast as my Arcsaber 008 that is even balance
    I have no issues about timing, it's like you already use this racket for years

    the racket feels pretty solid and less vibration, most likely due to very stiff shaft
    clear from base to base is pretty easy,
    netting is pretty good

    now, the best thing is my smash become pretty hard
    it's like boom! and the bird hits my partner body

    Defense department also good, most likely due to the weight of the racket. It is fast enough for me to recover the bird, even the hardest one

    overall, I really like this racket, however this is a short term review and I'm in pretty good condition today
    let's see when I can play longer, maybe tomorrow

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