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    Default rsl heat ti 4900 vs mp 28

    who is better???

    for smashing dropping controls

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    RSL 4900 in all aspects . . . not even close!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToMitch View Post
    RSL 4900 in all aspects . . . not even close!
    Concur wholeheartedly. The 4900 is one of the best all-around rackets you can buy and one of my top three for bang-for-the-buck at $125 retail, $100 street price.

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    The new 7490 is supposedly an incarnation of the 4900. Does it play the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty23 View Post
    The new 7490 is supposedly an incarnation of the 4900. Does it play the same?

    Nope, unless I tested the wrong racket. The 7490 is much more endloaded.

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    I think I will stop thinking and just get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty23 View Post
    I think I will stop thinking and just get one.
    I prefer the 4900; tried, true and proven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I prefer the 4900; tried, true and proven.
    Hi DinkAlot!

    I have been using the 4900 before but I find it difficult for smashing and doing dropshots from the baseline. Now I bought a 7490 and it solved a lot of my problems. One thing I really like about the 4900 is that it's a great defensive racket. Can you share more of your experiences on the 4900?

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    how much the 7490??

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee728 View Post
    how much the 7490??
    Hi! It is around P3850 at Toby's and badminton hub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLdude View Post
    Hi DinkAlot!

    I have been using the 4900 before but I find it difficult for smashing and doing dropshots from the baseline. Now I bought a 7490 and it solved a lot of my problems. One thing I really like about the 4900 is that it's a great defensive racket. Can you share more of your experiences on the 4900?
    Again, it's a great all-around racket. Difficult for smashing, I can see but dropshots? That's not the racket, that's probably your swing. But then again, everyone swings different and the 7490 is (obviously) more suited to your swing.

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    THE Energy Ti 5190 is this a gud racket???

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Again, it's a great all-around racket. Difficult for smashing, I can see but dropshots? That's not the racket, that's probably your swing. But then again, everyone swings different and the 7490 is (obviously) more suited to your swing.
    Thanks DinkAlot! I guess you are right that it's in my swing. I sometimes use my old 4900 and I'm still amaze of its defensive attributes since I can swing it faster than my new 7490.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee728 View Post
    THE Energy Ti 5190 is this a gud racket???
    I do not recommend the Millennium 5 series since they are not durable. Try the new Millennium 7 instead.

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    i think millennium 7 is expensive

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    what string is gud for rsl 4900 cuz thats my racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee728 View Post
    what string is gud for rsl 4900 cuz thats my racket
    For a thin string: BG66

    For a medium string: BG80

    For a thick string: MP or BG65, BG-70

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