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    Well I'm not complaining, I think it's quite an elegant colour. I do hope we see a change from this striped motif with the Revelation, though

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    DinkAlot, that TC700 got me thinking - have you tried out any new racquets recently? I know you were looking for people to send in Li Ning racquets so you could update your reviews thread ... and I was just wondering what the influences of the next generation of PPs would be.

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    The "Revelation" is the future of rackets. Actually that future is already here in woven rackets, especially SOTX. Relatively speaking, good woven graphite outperforms the best, regular, non-woven graphite. But there is too much of a good thing. For instance, the TC700 is just that. The TC700 uses Meidai's Tetris Axial (TA) woven graphite which is quad woven (as opposed to bi-axial for regular woven graphite). On paper, TA woven graphite is way superior to anything. But in reality, it's too much of a good thing. I found the TC700 dead and uninspiring. It was like hitting with a washboard. The TC700 was very stiff but not as stiff as the U1 or X2 Gold but it was more demanding than both.

    So, right now it's about getting the woven Revelation frame, which is based on the AT900T frame but can take 35lbs. with no problems and match that to the proper shaft.

    I may do two versions of the Revelation, one with an extra stiff shaft and one with a moderate shaft. This is still 3+ months away.

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    That sounds great. I have heard plenty of good things about the AT900T so that sounds like a good source of inspiration

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    Hi bro DinkAlot: I want to say sorry to u , i had ask you too many questions..

    And i send an e.mail to the supplier of panda rackets already , right now Panda Ultra 1 no stock, once arrive i will test it on courts.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi bro DinkAlot: I want to say sorry to u , i had ask you too many questions..

    And i send an e.mail to the supplier of panda rackets already , right now Panda Ultra 1 no stock, once arrive i will test it on courts.

    Thank you!
    No worries Sir.

    There are no more U1s. They are discontinued. If you are truly looking to purchase one, e-mail me and I can try and find one for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Are you sure? Please prove it.
    You know i will do so gladly....

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Sorry about that SSTurbo, next time I'll write a longer response. That was done in between classes on my phone. But i do highly recommend all of them, they are all very good, some are just better suited than others for each individual.

    And how's this. I like his rackets so much that if you buy one, and don't like it, I'll buy it from you for full price if you want.
    Haha! I'll take up that offer 8)

    I believe i'll be buying the T2 once it arrives in Canada!

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    Anyone who is in Malaysia who are intrested in a demo session please refer to the following thread:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=77245&page=2

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    Dinkalot,

    I've just come back from the gym where I thoroughly enjoyed my Trinity 280mm/86g.
    So quick, so solid, so lovely.

    Thank you for a quality job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    Haha! I'll take up that offer 8)

    I believe i'll be buying the T2 once it arrives in Canada!
    Hahahaha I can only buy one of each type. And you'll have to wait for me to raise the funds. And that was only directed towards ssturbo as an apology for my poor description of all the different rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    Hahahaha I can only buy one of each type. And you'll have to wait for me to raise the funds. And that was only directed towards ssturbo as an apology for my poor description of all the different rackets.
    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww.. oh well 8)

    I'm sure i'll enjoy the PPT2, since everyone says it was designed after the Ti10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    I'm sure i'll enjoy the PPT2, since everyone says it was designed after the Ti10
    So was the original Trinity. We made upgrades on the T2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    So was the original Trinity. We made upgrades on the T2.
    Awesome!
    So what specs will get it closest to the Ti10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    Awesome!
    So what specs will get it closest to the Ti10?
    87.0 - 94.0g, BP300-305. We felt the Ti10 was a great attacking racket but could use more defense so we dropped the BP.

    In defense of the 1st generation Ti10, it was created during time where the norm was 2U and 3U (85-95g) rackets, the game was not as fast as it is now which is contributed by the new rally scoring system.

    The new 2nd and 3rd generation Ti10s are about 5mm more balanced than the 1st Gen. The Trinities are still, a bit more balanced. There are Trinities that are in the BP290-295 range but BP285 is the norm. You would have to order specifically and ask for a higher BP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    87.0 - 94.0g, BP300-305. We felt the Ti10 was a great attacking racket but could use more defense so we dropped the BP.

    In defense of the 1st generation Ti10, it was created during time where the norm was 2U and 3U (85-95g) rackets, the game was not as fast as it is now which is contributed by the new rally scoring system.

    The new 2nd and 3rd generation Ti10s are about 5mm more balanced than the 1st Gen. The Trinities are still, a bit more balanced. There are Trinities that are in the BP290-295 range but BP285 is the norm. You would have to order specifically and ask for a higher BP.
    So what would the BP of the NS9900 be? :O
    Does the Canadian distributor give these oppurtunites to order specifically?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random-person1 View Post
    So what would the BP of the NS9900 be? :O
    Does the Canadian distributor give these oppurtunites to order specifically?
    The BP of the NS9900s that I have tried were around 275-280, they were too headlight relative to the stiffness of the racket. If Yonex added 5-10mm more to the head, the 9900 would be my new favorite Yonex racket.

    You should contact MJ at www.mjstrings.ca for specifics, thanks.

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