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    The rackets will be ready in about 2 weeks with minor cosmetic changes to the shaft.

    Pricing, to be determined but definitely less than Li-Ning or Yonex pricing.

    Twobeer: the info you want is in the post, I'm using Toray.

    phandrew: the info is in the post already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    Some of the carbon fibers made by other fiber manufacturers claim even much higher specs than Toray's M series, but I have tried some and they are nowhere nearly half as good as Toray's.
    This is good to know as I'm using Toray and based on the informal testing I have done, I like Toray best too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    My take on racquets is to go for the highest tensile modulus like M65J which has a rather modest tensile strength of 559 ksi. This racquet can be strung upto 36lbs but you will have to take care to avoid clashes, because its high stiffness is relatively brittle.
    Not all fiber manufacturers specs are the same. Toray is by far the most conservative.
    Panda is not convinced going with the highest modulus is the best for badminton rackets. In fact, the best, most durable rackets Panda has used have been around the 30T and 40T range which is relatively low modulus.

    The 50T and higher modulus rackets have consistently broken faster because they are stiffer and eventually over flex, crack or crumble.

    Also, due to the stiffness, these high modulus graphites make the player more prone to injury.

    Anyway, again, Panda is no expert in materials but based on Panda's racket and shaft breaking experience, relatively lower modulus, specifically Toray's M30GC is much more durable.

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    Hi DinkAlot,

    Wow, simply wow. Once in production, would appreciate it if you can post the prices, specifications and delivery charges to Malaysia I would be very interested to find out more. Thank you.

    Justin

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    The shipping should be minimal as I plan to have a distributor in Malaysia.

    I already have sources in the US, UK, Canada, China, Denmark and Singapore.


    Quote Originally Posted by justinwyyau View Post
    Hi DinkAlot,

    Wow, simply wow. Once in production, would appreciate it if you can post the prices, specifications and delivery charges to Malaysia I would be very interested to find out more. Thank you.

    Justin

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The shipping should be minimal as I plan to have a distributor in Malaysia.

    I already have sources in the US, UK, Canada, China, Denmark and Singapore.
    Ooohhh, that is excellent news Do keep us all updated and all the best DinkAlot.

    Justin

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    If it is available in Singapore, I will definitely get one !

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    I wan to try both of them out as well. Do let me know how to get my hands on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isben View Post
    I wan to try both of them out as well. Do let me know how to get my hands on them.
    Haha... make that 3 sticks for Singapore. Can we choose the serial numbers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Yay!!! Panda Power Ultra looks sick! I love the design! When will it be on sale?

    BTW, what's "dc" stands for?
    that would be his name.

    I may be interested in trying them depending on the final specs
    perhaps these will replace costlier ti 10 s

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The shipping should be minimal as I plan to have a distributor in Malaysia.

    I already have sources in the US, UK, Canada, China, Denmark and Singapore.
    Woohoo!

    Lucky I live in the UK .

    Hopefully I can be one of the first few to try the rackets !

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    Haha... make that 3 sticks for Singapore. Can we choose the serial numbers?
    Yah, should have a SP code for singapore !

    Then I will take the 0000001 racquet please !

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    Please email the old friends when the 2 lethal weapons will arrive. I will take 1 each.
    PS: they might go to the evil empire's engineer lab....

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    DinkAlot

    will BC-ers get special price for Panda Power's Racket?
    we hope so...^^

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    count me in
    i'll buy both

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    hopefully the source in the UK is in london, i'd be keen to have a feel of the racquet.

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    Damn, this introduction and responds of racquets is bigger than the evil empire's products.

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