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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreyk

    Ti10 - Head heavy & very stiff
    MP77 - Even balance & medium stiff
    To me, I think MP77 is even more head heavier than Ti-10. Plus, I can't use either of them.

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    I have a Ti-10. Stiff, and (very) head heavy if you don't add on an overgrip.

    MP77 I heard was a heavy version of the MP99...which was why so many people perfered it because it was so much cheaper, but roughly the same build. I heard it the MP77 was just a bit less stiff than the MP99/MP100, but most people seem to agree it's a pretty heavy racquet...compared to the light racquets I guess...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lalanthier
    MP77 I heard was a heavy version of the MP99...which was why so many people perfered it because it was so much cheaper, but roughly the same build. I heard it the MP77 was just a bit less stiff than the MP99/MP100, but most people seem to agree it's a pretty heavy racquet...compared to the light racquets I guess...
    MP77 is Heavy version of the MP99??
    No, it's not. Both of them have 2U and 3U options, in case if you don't know what those mean you can do a search.

    MP77 is also less stiff and has no Ultimum Ti in the Frame (MP77 only has it in shaft). The feelings of those two are different, too. MP77 is used most likely for power, but MP99 is used for its control supremacy.

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    I own a mp 77, OWNED a mp99 (until i clashed it... ) , and used a ti 10 for about a week....

    mp77 is definitely the most powerful of the three. Contorl comes from experience is what I think. I mean, I can perfect a really tight drop shot with my MP 77 even though most ppl say it lacks control. All these other rackets are just to light for me...HEAD HEAVY ALL THE WAY!

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    i prefer to ti10!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmichael
    i prefer to ti10!
    you are replying to a 2 years old question.

    now its almost impossible to find brand new MP77 in malaysia although the Ti-10 is still available. hard to find though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by napee
    you are replying to a 2 years old question.

    now its almost impossible to find brand new MP77 in malaysia although the Ti-10 is still available. hard to find though.
    I think, Ali was sitting in front of his computer for 2 years now!!
    hahaha....

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    Quote Originally Posted by night
    I think, Ali was sitting in front of his computer for 2 years now!!
    hahaha....
    It's a hard question and took 2 years of thought

    I'd go with the Ti-10 too. Sounds like "titan"

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    Should not believe fully the Yonex officially saying because the speaker are not the same badminton skills as you!Believe your sensation : "really love Ti10".
    (In addition, I am one of players who regret because of buying a Ti10 last year .This is unimportant information which I send to you!)

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    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10..

    come on! come and chant along with me!

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10
    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

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    Ti10 for sure. Mp77 is just an average racket in my opinion.

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    i own a ti10 and it was an amazing racket

    in my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogflu
    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10..

    come on! come and chant along with me!

    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10
    ti10ti10ti10ti10ti10
    look like u r inflicted with ti10flu

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    look like u r inflicted with ti10flu
    yah Cooler you seem immune to it...

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    my racquet progression seem to missed the Ti-Mesh series.
    However, the ti-10's that i have strung, the shuttles bounce off this racket very nicely when tested.

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    i have used both rackets before.. honestly. ti-10 is my preferred choice.In terms of consistency, firmness and accuracy. But that does not discredit the mp77 as it is also a good racket that is lighter then ti-10.

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    Ti-10 for sure. I own both racquets. MP-77 is head light compared to TI-10 thus less smashing power.

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