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    Quote Originally Posted by Dill

    2 karakak pu
    It may the stupidest question you guys have heared (I was taught no stupid questions exists btw)
    But what does PU stand for??

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_poppema
    It may the stupidest question you guys have heared (I was taught no stupid questions exists btw)
    But what does PU stand for??
    it stands for polyuerathane.

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    I just got myself AC105EX Mesh Grap... They are okay except I don't think they're that durable. I've only been using them at home and I can see a few parts that are darkened already.

    For some reason, when I play badminton.. My hands don't sweat at all. Actually, it has the opposite affect. My hand gets dried after playing badminton. So dry that I can see my skin being.... Dried? :P

    And from that dryness it darkens my grip and it feels weird.


    What's wrong with my hands? Should I put some more lotion on my hands or something? Or should I change my grip when it becomes all dark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenpoodle
    lots have ribs. in fact, every company has their equivalent, except maybe yonex. i haven't seen a ribbed yonex grip as of yet.
    and they're always replacement grips.

    the one on there is the original stock grip for the carlton.
    black knight competition grip is the most similar.
    theres a wilson and dunlop version that is almost identical too.

    lots of variations in thickness and width of the bumps.
    Just found this...
    http://www.presports.com/product_inf...facturers_id=4

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    it seem many players in asian tend to remove the factory grip and replace it with aftermarket replacement grip. There 2 to 3 times more choice of grips in those market than over here(canada)

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    There's ribbed yonex grips in canada?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    nice, its just like the carlton airblade grip, and the black knight competition grip.

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    Yeah, too bad I couldn't find any in stores. Otherwise it would have been mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    There's ribbed yonex grips in canada?!
    yes, we should.
    Ask for AC104EX Wave Grap.

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    As far as I know, Wave grap is not ribbed.. It's totally flat with nothing on it.

    I was just holding one yesterday



    Say... Replacement grips add more weight than overgrips, changing the balance of the racquet right? So if I take an even balance racquet and put on a replacement grip, will it make it head light? Or will it still be even balance?

    Moreover, how can you measure the racquet's balance? I don't seem to get it
    Last edited by Neosakai; 05-23-2005 at 12:51 PM.

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    I use Yonex and Ashaway grips they are great! Gives a good grip, spongy and comforting. Need to be replaced every month though

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    Quote Originally Posted by saham
    I use Yonex and Ashaway grips they are great! Gives a good grip, spongy and comforting. Need to be replaced every month though
    until now, I can't solve this grip problem.

    If I remove the original grip and wrap with 1 layer of replacement grip (Fleet, Karakal,etc) my right hand thumb will suffer blister.

    BUT, if i use an thin overgrip to wrap the stock grip, I lost a lot of power during smashes. Oh god! Is there any good suggestion to the above matter.

    my racquet is between G2 ~ G5.

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    Well, I just recently replaced my Cab-10 Grip that had Yonex Supergrip to Wilson Cushion-Aire Overgrip. It's good, it's super tacky, and I love it so far!

    I also tried Towel Grips... Not good. It just feels... weird.

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    Default is this ultimate grip?

    I was never a fan of towel grip. Recently, i see more and more top jr players (over here) using this style. I came across it and had held it several time and i like it. The method is this (if not mentioned in bf before):

    wrap a towel grip over original grip or wooden handle, then wrap your favorite synthetic over grip over the tower grip. I get good grip plus a soffie feel to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    As far as I know, Wave grap is not ribbed.. It's totally flat with nothing on it.

    I was just holding one yesterday


    There is a version of ribbed grip selling in singapore as i stated in the thread i created , Yonex Titanium Grip : Energy Transferring Technology , i brought one to use and found out that on the inner diameter of the grip there is threads and lines maybe is supposed to transfer energy or something , the one i brought is Yonex Ti 8000

    For singaporeans maybe u can check out safra toapayoh and bras basah although i do not know there got or not. but i do know that royal sporting house and gallen sports at parkway does have the whole stock of it , with authentic sunrise sticker also, so no doubt it is real. Will try to take pictures if i can.

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    i use yonex super grap series i have various ones and they are very tacky! but not too durable

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    Quote Originally Posted by hongkie
    There is a version of ribbed grip selling in singapore as i stated in the thread i created , Yonex Titanium Grip : Energy Transferring Technology , i brought one to use and found out that on the inner diameter of the grip there is threads and lines maybe is supposed to transfer energy or something , the one i brought is Yonex Ti 8000

    For singaporeans maybe u can check out safra toapayoh and bras basah although i do not know there got or not. but i do know that royal sporting house and gallen sports at parkway does have the whole stock of it , with authentic sunrise sticker also, so no doubt it is real. Will try to take pictures if i can.
    About this type of titanium grip, I feel like is a bit of oily after using it and you will also found out that your palm have some kind of shinning dust.

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