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    Originally posted by shiriblue
    oh and while you're at it, check out the Victor Dominator Ti. For a racket with and ISO head and Ti mesh woven in at that price, its a great deal.

    This one is such a great deal. My friend bought it, and love it. Hell a lot of power with ok control for such a wonderful price.

    Well, last time I check BadmintonWarehouse, it was out of stock.

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    MP22 is probably not what you want if you're looking for power. I'm speculating that because it on the specifications it labels are very flexible and assuming that you wanted a smashing racquet, you had the power to utilize it so you want a stiff one.

    The MP33 is what you should be looking at out of the low MP series if you are comparing power.

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    Ok, just double checked.

    Victor Dominator Ti is in stock!!! Very good choice for beginner / Int. players, if u looking for power as well as reasonable control.

    So, my top three votes go to

    1. Cab 8200

    2. Victor Dominator Ti (only $55 + $8 S&H) - great value

    3. Yangyang Ti-Woven Yoga/Fighter $65 + $8 S&H


    Now, u can make a decision base on ur $$$.

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    Originally posted by LazyBuddy
    Ok, just double checked.

    Victor Dominator Ti is in stock!!! Very good choice for beginner / Int. players, if u looking for power as well as reasonable control.

    So, my top three votes go to

    1. Cab 8200

    2. Victor Dominator Ti (only $55 + $8 S&H) - great value

    3. Yangyang Ti-Woven Yoga/Fighter $65 + $8 S&H


    Now, u can make a decision base on ur $$$.
    ok, out of those three, i'd go:

    1. Victor Dominator Ti

    2. Yangyang Ti-Woven Yoga/Fighter

    3. Cab 8200

    sorry but i just dont like the 8200 haha. tried it a couple of times, didn't seem like it gave me much power or control, just like my old 97vf until i got it string with 68ti

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    Originally posted by shiriblue

    1. Victor Dominator Ti

    2. Yangyang Ti-Woven Yoga/Fighter

    3. Cab 8200


    Hmmm....

    Gyro indicated that him/her prefer drive/clear over smash (if I am not wrong), however, s/he did also metion about "offensive game", too.

    Yeah, Cab8200 could be kinda light for him/her, if the majority for his/her game is smashing, but not control. Well, Cab8200 does being able to generate decent power, depend on the tech u use.

    Ok, well, let me give 2 lists:

    1. More aggressive hard hitter (smasher):
    Dominator Ti > Yangyang Yoga/Fighter > Cab8200

    2. More fitness control type (defense first, attack second)
    Cab8200 > Dominator Ti > Yangyang Yoga/Fighter

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    yea i need a raquet with good placement, but can still smash well so im pretty sure i will go with the yonex carbonex 8200

    Anyone ever heard of Nova Sports in Stony Brook, NY, US? I hear they are a big yonex dealer, but their website doesnt seem to work, does it work for anyone else? http://www.nova-sports.com/

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    I've dealing with them before. The price kinda way too expensive (plus tax), unless they do those "promotion sale".

    Are they out of business now? Their site seems down forever.

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    Hey, I didn't know there were people who lived in both NYC and the Bay Area in CA!!! I just moved to the Bay Area (Palo Alto to be exact) from NYC this past summer...so it looks like I have the best of both world. Does anyone here know any of the following two high schools:

    -Stuyvesant HS (in Lower Manhattan, near the WTC site)

    -Palo Alto HS (ugh, compared to "Stuy")

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    Originally posted by palydu
    Hey, I didn't know there were people who lived in both NYC and the Bay Area in CA!!! I just moved to the Bay Area (Palo Alto to be exact) from NYC this past summer...so it looks like I have the best of both world. Does anyone here know any of the following two high schools:

    -Stuyvesant HS (in Lower Manhattan, near the WTC site)

    -Palo Alto HS (ugh, compared to "Stuy")
    hey dude, our cities are almost next door. i'm from fremont, pretty close to where you are. lazybuddy is from ny but i dunno if hes from ca also.

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    Originally posted by palydu
    Hey, I didn't know there were people who lived in both NYC and the Bay Area in CA!!! I just moved to the Bay Area (Palo Alto to be exact) from NYC this past summer...so it looks like I have the best of both world. Does anyone here know any of the following two high schools:

    -Stuyvesant HS (in Lower Manhattan, near the WTC site)

    -Palo Alto HS (ugh, compared to "Stuy")

    I live in NY, but not Manhattan. I do know Stuyvesant HS. Yeah, a good school, but I don't like their students too much. Jealous? Maybe... Since they never worry about the budget issue, and always enjoy the best stuff. For ppl like me, who used to suffer from the endless "education budget cut" when I was in HS, surely won't feel too good.

    Never been to CA, but planning a trip in San Jose area this coming summer...

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    Originally posted by palydu
    Hey, I didn't know there were people who lived in both NYC and the Bay Area in CA!!!

    Are u reffering me??? Nah... I live in NY only.

    How did u come with this conclusion???

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    Originally posted by Gyro
    yea i need a raquet with good placement, but can still smash well so im pretty sure i will go with the yonex carbonex 8200
    Gyro,

    Got ur racket yet? If yeah, how do u like it? Mind to share some "1st hand" impression with us?

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