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    Got My Ultra today and I'm surpised at how LIGHT it is.

    yes You heard me... light. It's about the same weight as my current Sp -9000 and is a little less head heavy - though that will likey change a bit when I re-grip to smaller grip.

    The shaft is ever so slightly thicker than my SP, but the joint is actually thicker on my SP.

    The Ultra is a hair stiffer, which is funny given the SPs were listed as mid-flex when they came out abut 7 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff View Post
    Got My Ultra today and I'm surpised at how LIGHT it is.

    yes You heard me... light. It's about the same weight as my current Sp -9000 and is a little less head heavy - though that will likey change a bit when I re-grip to smaller grip.

    The shaft is ever so slightly thicker than my SP, but the joint is actually thicker on my SP.

    The Ultra is a hair stiffer, which is funny given the SPs were listed as mid-flex when they came out abut 7 years ago.
    It's heavy for today's standards Sir, not 7 years ago. Also, I didn't send you a heavy one. I sent you one that was of average weight and BP. Have you actually played with the racket yet? You'll see it's stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    who's the distributor for MAS? and wat is the price in ringgit?
    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...

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

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    INdeed the panda power is very strong i suppose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    INdeed the panda power is very strong i suppose!
    You suppose?

    I'm going to string an 85.0g Ultra, tomorrow at 40lbs. and record it for Ashaway advertising purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    You suppose?

    I'm going to string an 85.0g Ultra, tomorrow at 40lbs. and record it for Ashaway advertising purposes.
    You are a heavy smoker..lol, no, it's heavy HIGH tension stringer and user

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    Don't forget a mechanical creature that never sleeps! A.I. Panda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    You suppose?

    I'm going to string an 85.0g Ultra, tomorrow at 40lbs. and record it for Ashaway advertising purposes.
    I wonder if any strings, rackets or birdies are harmed during the filiming process!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsumaranai View Post
    Don't forget a mechanical creature that never sleeps! A.I. Panda!
    should we bring in Dr. Conrad Murray for this patient?
    (hehe, just for fun)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    I wonder if any strings, rackets or birdies are harmed during the filiming process!
    lol, that's a nice one Only pandas could take the pressure

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    I always saw the cab 8 as the kalashnikov of badminton, maby it's time to rethink...

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    OK, I made the video.

    I'll upload to YouTube later on today.

    The info:

    String: Ashaway ZyMax 70
    Racket: Panda Power Ultra, 86.5g, BP290
    String Tension: Main: 40lbs., Cross: 42lbs.


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    Thats crazy tension
    cant wait to see the video

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    Quote Originally Posted by noppy View Post
    Thats crazy tension
    cant wait to see the video
    The video is nothing special. The only thing interesting is watching the digital read out go to 46+lbs. (10% pre-stretch) and coming back to 42lbs.

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    Hi... Back here >.> After gone for long... And For Christ Sake -.- 40 LBS... 28 Lbs made my hand so hurt already T_T... That Arc10... arghh... Changing to Flex racket now lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The video is nothing special. The only thing interesting is watching the digital read out go to 46+lbs. (10% pre-stretch) and coming back to 42lbs.
    Lol , okay now that is crazy!

    How long will the strings even last , I bet after your knock-up , the strings will snap!

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