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    Panda finally had a chance to take some better pictures. These aren't great but good enough for the web (so he thinks). Will take more and update the website sooner than later...




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    Woah the ultra 1 sounds like my kind of singles racket,and the trinity 1 my kind of doubles racket
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    Default First Impression with T2

    Just try the racket 87.9g BP286 during lunch hour in Smash City.

    1. It is much easier to get along with after just few shots.
    2. The Clear is just a matter of a flick of movement....Excellent
    3. Smashes are dead on and accurate. (I do get the huge sound even with ZM70)
    4. Drives are flat and powerful
    5. Net/ and Drop; need more time to adjust to the string and the shaft stiffness (It strung with ZM70@26lbs)

    Overall, I am very happy with it and thanks for your design.


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    Dink,
    Nice pics for your website... but you may wanna correct the U2's stiffness index.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Dink,
    Nice pics for your website... but you may wanna correct the U2's stiffness index.

    Doh! You're right, the stiffness is 7.8-8.2. ...

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    Default My noob Review

    Here's my review of the T2, just got it a week ago. My T2 is 86.5g at 286mm strung with Zymax 62 @25lbs, at least that's what I think it is.

    First Impressions:
    Looking at the racket itself it has a very good paint job, rivals the yonex I've seen. Picking it up, it felt extremely light and a slight head-heaviness, not alot though.

    Warm-up:
    Woah this thing swings fast and I mean FAST! The swing speed is comparable to a NS9900 if not faster. The racket is pretty flexible, maybe a little too flexible for my tastes. The clears were great, not as good as with my T1 though. Maybe it was because my T1 was at 89g and 288mm or it was just really cold. I had to play with plastics since my season is about to start. Drives were very accurate and I could hit it so close to the net that it skimmed the top a couple of times.

    Game time:
    My underhand high serves were lacking a little depth, but my backhand and flick serves were perfect. Drop shots were prefect, but I think I need a little getting used to for hair pin net shots. Tumbling net shots were fine though. Smashes were like rockets with I hit the sweet spot. Power for the lift was easy to generate. A simple flick was that was needed to send it flying to the back court. Defense was superb, faster than my T1 and comparable to a NS9900.

    Conclusion:
    The T2 is a huge improvement over the T1, aesthetically and playability wise. A really light racket that packs a lot of power. I think its just a little too flexible for me, but overall its a great racket for the price. I give it a 9.5/10

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    So sir dink, I tried to make a DC badminton stencil, and it looks good, real clean and nice, especially in red ink on white string on a T2 (extra free advertising heheh) but the reverse is of course, backwards! I wanted to make one instead with the capital DC letters instead, I think it would work better as a stencil. Does anyone have any better ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    So sir dink, I tried to make a DC badminton stencil, and it looks good, real clean and nice, especially in red ink on white string on a T2 (extra free advertising heheh) but the reverse is of course, backwards! I wanted to make one instead with the capital DC letters instead, I think it would work better as a stencil. Does anyone have any better ideas?

    If you're going to make a DC Badminton stencil, it has to be like this, otherwise it's not it.


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    ^^
    Cool! I never realized the "triune-ess" of your logo until just now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
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    Cool! I never realized the "triune-ess" of your logo until just now.
    Amen to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    If you're going to make a DC Badminton stencil, it has to be like this, otherwise it's not it.
    how's this? I made it two nights ago, and painted it on. This is what it looks like after one 4 hour session. The only sad thing is that when you flip the racket, its backwards. But the front side looks cool! Does Sir Panda like it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    how's this? I made it two nights ago, and painted it on. This is what it looks like after one 4 hour session. The only sad thing is that when you flip the racket, its backwards. But the front side looks cool! Does Sir Panda like it?

    Hero status! That's very good.

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    It looks cramped. Perhaps you can get more space by stencilling it with the frame on its side (like what Yonex does)?

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    Pandas are nice, graphically, I don't think you should neglect them. This site shows you how to paint chinese style using a 'mao bi'.
    http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/p...120/panda.html

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    That was a speed stencil, I made the stencil and inked it in about 10 minutes. I'll make a better looking, more planned out one this week. Maybe experiment with the negative color effect, but the c is far too close to the triangle edge on this stencil, I promise to make a better looking one and post an update.

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    And there's also no white in between the d and the c, will work on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by singnflip4life View Post
    And there's also no white in between the d and the c, will work on it
    Are you spraying the paint on?

    If so, how about using a permanent ink marker instead? That may be more accurate and allow finer control. And it should be more permanent and not come off onto the shuttlecock.

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