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    Lol, only for show, not for play. But pandas do like to play, don't they.

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    Wow, I can't wait to see this video!

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    Here's Part 1 of 2, 41lbs. string job:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ocw-ckoQvE

    Racket: Panda Power Ultra
    String: Ashaway ZM70


    Quote Originally Posted by bluecraze07 View Post
    Wow, I can't wait to see this video!

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    Sounds like Master Tommy is in the background .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Sounds like Master Tommy is in the background .
    Well, he was in and out. Just check out Part 2 of 2. He did not want to play with the racket.

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    Yeah, Master Tommy is a young guy - a few months younger than the Stickman . He get to hit an hour with the 40 lbs string job.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Well, he was in and out. Just check out Part 2 of 2. He did not want to play with the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Derrick Tan aka Tanleels on BC is the SG/MAS distributor.
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    sir dan...

    derrick tan and tanleels are two different person, hahahaaaa.... derrick tan is aka derrick tan in bc... guess u got us mixed up...

    btw, i had gotten my trinity from derrick, thk u both...
    I guess the Panda isn't sleeping enough

    Thanks, tanleels, for the 'correction'.

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    PS: I'm on my second Ultra @ 33 pounds... and, boy, this thing can smash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    PS: I'm on my second Ultra @ 33 pounds... and, boy, this thing can smash!
    So I take it you like the ZM67 @33lbs. ?

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    Got another chance to try out the Panda power trinity again today.

    Initial feel
    The trinity was pretty hard to control. Felt that the swing speed seems to be very fast. Power was decent, control was

    Now
    Got a chance to play with the trinity for a 2hours session straight. Had the same problem as the first time i tried. After 30mins of playing with it, the racket grew on me. Control was good, power was great, defense was good! Should be the getting used to. Excellent racket, very fast swing speed through the zone.

    Great racket Dan!

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    This thing is a smashing beast!!! NGY-95 @ 35 X 37 is so good (in Panda's voice)!!! Strangely, the Ultra is quite easy to handle.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I guess the Panda isn't sleeping enough

    Thanks, tanleels, for the 'correction'.

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    PS: I'm on my second Ultra @ 33 pounds... and, boy, this thing can smash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    This thing is a smashing beast!!! NGY-95 @ 35 X 37 is so good (in Panda's voice)!!! Strangely, the Ultra is quite easy to handle.
    It's supposed to be friendly (relative to the rackets you used to use). I'm making it even more friendly, relatively speaking.

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    Part 2 of 2 of the stringing is here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzmjtFDSS74

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    Did you use padding material for the 41 lbs string job? I think I see padding material attached to the shoulder supports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Did you use padding material for the 41 lbs string job? I think I see padding material attached to the shoulder supports.
    Yep, I use clear polyurethane tubing. It's got good padding and most importantly, grips the frame to prevent it from slipping.

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    Hi Dink!
    have you played with this racket at 40 lbs?
    how it fills?

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    lol panda, this is insane.
    i wonder how strong are your wrist?
    and how fast and hard are your smashes

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    soon our rackets are going to be strung in the tension realm of tennis rackets!

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