Flypower Arbi fan club

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  1. ormy4

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    i had the hardest of clash today while using the Enigma. my friend racket instantly broke and taco'ed. my Enigma survived with two deep scratches and no paint chip. from the surface it seems to look ok. which is really surprising as usually slim frame racket are quite brittle. but it seems that it is holding up for now.

    the clash was very very hard, my friend's 2nd tier brand racket didn't have a chance at all.
     
  3. TheSmasherKing

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    hi kwun... u know what.. i had same experience few months ago while using my tornado 800 & warrior 7... in both occasions, my racket survives and my friend's racket "gone with the wind" hehehe... i guess it shows that this brand esp. high end model has a good quality... :) my racket only had a small paint chip on it... :)
     
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    Haha... just gave them a call, no high end flypower too... :( So difficult to buy 1 here...
     
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    Btw, anybody knows whether el nino 07/08 is already in Singapore?
     
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    Can someone recommend me a flypower racket with these specs= Heavy head, Light, Good for smashing thanks :)
     
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    How light do you after? The Tornado800 and Warriors8 are good for smashing, with the tor800 has more flex on the shaft. Lighter than that there's only El Nino 08, as the KRB series are way to light for smashers. You need that extra weight to get a kick on your smash. That's what I think...
     
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    i think most of flypower racket has a heavy head (except for super light model :) ) ... i think if u want an affordable price n suits the criteria that u want, then try attack power model... :) super power model is also great...
     
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    how about the thunderflash 3000?
     
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    sorry for double post btw how much are the attack series balance point?
     
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    Can someone tell me the specs of flypower black/red/blue pearl?
    Thanks before
     
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    Just bought an Enigma 900 v2! =DD
    can't wait to give it a try soon!
    some ppl say it has the N90 and AT900P feel..
     
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    it's between 275-285mm.. sorry for late reply :)
     
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    hey guys, any news on new flypower rackets this year? :)
     
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    Can anyone here provide me with a Flypower logo stencil ?
    the new logo .

    cant find it anywhere.
     
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    Nova - Elnino 07
    Vita - Elnino 08
    Hendra Setiawan - Elnino 07
     
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    Nova - Elnino 07
    Vita - Elnino 08
    Hendra Setiawan - Elnino 07

    Sorry for Double post. :D
     
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    I am in the process of signing with Flypower and would really appreciate if you guys could help me out with racket and shoe selection.

    I like stiff-extra stiff, head heavy rackets (i currently play with Voltric 80, Armortec 700 before that)

    how would you guys rate the shoes as far as overall quality? I train around 20 hours a week so durability is a big issue for me.
    Which flypower shoe is the best? or should i try to work flexibility of using another brand shoe into my contract?

    thanks alot for any help this community will be able to provide me!
     
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    mzc88, I'd say tornado or enigma series would suit you. It feels to me as the most head heavy Flypower rackets around. As for Flypower shoes I don't have any issue at all with it beside it's look may not be as good looking as you would have like. But quality wise it's really good. Got a friend who signed up with Flypower and never complaint about it. So I say, go for it mate.....!
     
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    why not you try out Enigma 900 V2?
     

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