all muscle power 88 owner lets talk !

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by filipek, Nov 18, 2005.

  1. ShyYen

    ShyYen Regular Member

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    Just realised i have this racquet as well =) Its great all balanced raq to have when you first begin playing badminton. Never broken it and have had it for over 4 years +, have moved on from that to Ti8
     
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    I had a MP88 3u4g Blue colour. I had it for 4 years after clashing with my Partner it broke a week ago. I was a good racket with decent power and good at defense.
    As i couldn't find one in my area I switched to NS6000.
     
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    MP 88 is a great racket, I switched it from Nanospeed 9000s to MP 88... simply because it was lighter and better defensive. although, for my smashes i have to get use to.
     
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    Ur guys thinks MP88 can stand 28pounds stringing?
     
  5. toby zhang

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    mp88 blue 4uG4 was my first yonex racket. loved it, good power, great defense, great feel, and very fast, but control is lacking a bit due to its light weight and flex. the racket is also very fragile and I broke 2 mp88s in a period of three years. as a result, I moved on to W16. maybe comparing it to the W16 made it feel not as accurate and consistent(haven found any racket that gives me more control than a W16), lol. I would like to get another mp88 for it being such a great doubles racket
     
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    what is the different between MP88 , MP 99 n MP Limited? Someone tell me please.huhuhuhuhu.
     
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    Differences:
    1) Price: MP99>MP88>MP LTD
    2) Shaft Stiffness: MP99>MP LTD>MP88
    3) Weight: MP88 can come in 3U and 4U, whilst MP99 and MP LTD come in 3U and 2U (?)
    4) Balance point.
    5) Availability.
    6) what else could be there ?

    The stiffness is a big factor which makes the MP88 different from the MP99/LTD. The MP88's shaft is more flexible than the MP99/LTD shaft.
     
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    about the price, i agree wif u sir. i find the MP99 a lil bit cosy than MP88.the rest i havent try MP88. maybe i have to buy one.
     
  9. hellobilly

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    hi i'm new here and i'm now using a red one also~ 3ug4 same as yours...
    actually i am looking hard for a new racket and semi-retired my MP88 before it broke (especially it's a red one, u know...) :(

    i have not tried the blue one yet..... do you think any difference between the red one and the blue one?
     
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    My blue MP88 4U can handle 27 pounds string tension with BG68Ti.
     

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