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    Good deal ! Does it comes with strings ?

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    Yep, free Gosen Pro70- labor is free of charge. I must admit that I didn't really like the Gosen RX200s that I got with my TC700s, so you should be aware of that.

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    I am thinking to buy L7 or TC400. Just waiting more review from Twobeer and other.
    Anyone can tell me how different between L7 and TC400 .

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    just got a TC700 i would say it is a great racket stuff is abit stiff but overall a racket pack with power...

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    Default Ratings for L9

    Anyone can give a ballpark rating based on ants or dinkalot's format on L9?

    i.e.

    For example: Ants's style

    Power 8/10
    defense 8/10
    control 8/10
    maneuverability 8/10
    feel 8/10

    or: DinkaLot's format

    Power: excellent-
    defence good+
    control good+
    maneuverability good-
    feel average
    balance even
    stiffness soft

    Thanks

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    Just my 2cent worth.... I am not a good player just a beginner kinda... i only use the racket for 2session so far each about 3hours...

    Power: 8.5/10(To me the smash feel really good and with power...my backhand return also can hit quite far back)

    Defense: 7.5/10(still not use to it....at net play and return of smash kinda lack of 'strength' kinda......)

    Control: 7.75/10( overall i am quite happy with the racket maybe just take some time to get use to it and i get i will be fine? or i also need to polish up my skill...)

    Maneuverability: 7.75/10(so far so good but feel abit 'heavy' i dont know how to put it...but overall i guess is a racket that if u are like it means u will like it if not..... =X)

    Overall: 8/10(the paint job on the racket and the durability of the racket seem very good...quite stable as well didnt feel much vibration...while getting use to the racket and i hit the frame quite afew time but it feel so solid....)

    Anyway my 1st ever review before this all my racket is oval racket and quite old like yonex Ti50 pro n mizuno CX300 etc very very ancient rackets and more recent purchase will b victor Ti95p, Prince White Zone(ISO).... haha i am still a beginner do advise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoNsTaR View Post
    Just my 2cent worth.... I am not a good player just a beginner kinda... i only use the racket for 2session so far each about 3hours...
    Which racquet?

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    IOOPPPZzzzz TC700 haha

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    Default Mizuno Luminasonic 9 (LS9)

    Got mine in 3UG6 which will make my racquet a bit head heavier than a G5 or G6. I requested for G5 but got a G6 instead which is fine by me as I can always double grip if I want a bigger grip. I requested it strung with BG66 Maxima but I think it was strung with BG66 instead. The print on the strings only have 'Yonex BG66'. Anyone using BG66 Maxima can fill-in on what the print on the strings are?

    Weight strung without grip: 93g
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    How thick is the shaft of L9? Is it as slim/aerodynamic as YY Arc Z?

    If I remember TC700 has a very thick shaft and 'fat' t-joint.

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    I have no way of knowing as I don't have a caliper. Visually the LS9 shaft looks slightly slimmer than the TC700 but the TC400 looks thicker then the TC700. But then again it could be the white paint finish that makes it look big compared to the TC700 green.

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    U get the racket all in at how much ar?! If u ever goin to let go of the racket let me Noe hehe

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    Oh oh, I lost my bragging rights !

    Well, it was a good 3 weeks anyway

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    Hahaha Now there is 2 lumi9 in sg? Hahaa

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    Man, 93g strung is very light.

    As far as I know the BG65M only comes in white.

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    Did you buy this from e78? I requested a 3U5 and instead got a 3U6 as well- no biggie though.

    My L9 felt head heavy, but still less so than my two 3U4 TC700s. The shaft's diameter looked about the same, if not thicker, than the TC700's, which could be a perceptive illusion created by the TC700's dark grey. But after I took some dry swings with it, I realized just how fast this racket was.

    For me, the racket was definitely not as powerful as the TC700, but felt extremely solid- maybe more so than the TC700- was extremely quick in transitioning, and just felt easier to handle overall. It seems to be a different experience than the one Twobeer had with his L9, and I surmise that the difference in specs may have contributed to that disparity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YueFei View Post
    Did you buy this from e78? I requested a 3U5 and instead got a 3U6 as well- no biggie though.

    My L9 felt head heavy, but still less so than my two 3U4 TC700s. The shaft's diameter looked about the same, if not thicker, than the TC700's, which could be a perceptive illusion created by the TC700's dark grey. But after I took some dry swings with it, I realized just how fast this racket was.

    For me, the racket was definitely not as powerful as the TC700, but felt extremely solid- maybe more so than the TC700- was extremely quick in transitioning, and just felt easier to handle overall. It seems to be a different experience than the one Twobeer had with his L9, and I surmise that the difference in specs may have contributed to that disparity.
    I agree with you, the L9 is definitely faster than the TC700. It doesn't have outright power like the TC700 but the feel is nice, it has that solid feel. The TC700 feels solid but it feels more inert than the L9.

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