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    Default what is the best fz forza badminton racket u have used

    what is the best fz forza badminton racket u have used

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    So far..

    ...the Ti 299 N-light CNT from the 2010 collection, its great for doubles and fast and light through the air!

    But in the end of the day its up to you and what best meets your playing style.

    specs can be found here:

    http://www.forzabadminton.co.uk/titanium2010.html

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    I'm rather partial to the Ti 280... although it looks like they've replaced with the 290...?

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    I'm using Ti 555 N Forze with 96 holes grommet. the specification is Stiff and Very Stiff. Morten Forst Hansen give me the racket to me, now He is a Sales Manager at Forza company.

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    :-) .. It is fun that they are emphasizing that they use MWNT carbon in their 2010 series.. I guess they figure few players will realize MWNT is less expensive amterial that ARC nano and of course the enen more expensive CNT (SWNT) :-)

    /Twobeer

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    Hi there,

    not quite sure where you have got that information from?! All of the new Titanium range by forza have C.N.T in them... Ti 666 CNT , Ti 555 CNT etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    :-) .. It is fun that they are emphasizing that they use MWNT carbon in their 2010 series.. I guess they figure few players will realize MWNT is less expensive amterial that ARC nano and of course the enen more expensive CNT (SWNT) :-)

    /Twobeer
    agree with this statement.

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    Back in the day (3ish years ago) when i was sponsored by forza used the Ti-12 which then got discontinued/turned into the Ti-24 so i used those for a while as well as the kevlar 7 those were some of my favorite racquets espically the kevlar 7.

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    Used FZ 90000N very good for smashing and controlling

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