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Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Smichz, Sep 9, 2007.
This is crazy. lol I really don't agree with this.
Hehe..that'll be cool if u can make it happend!
Hehe..it's up to u whether u agree with this or not.I did this because i just wanna wake my "dead soldier" up again.That's why i said "a solution for a broken frame".This might be a hope for ppl who broke their racket n still wanna fix their racket n bring it to the game,again.I'm not suggesting for u guys to cut ur 2 good rackets and make a hybrid one.That'll be too risky!But since my TSF300 is already dead,so i did something to it came back.That's why i said that this is more of a frankenstein racket.
I took it to someone who is specialize in fixing rackets.I guess he used a glue that requires u to blend two different liquids to make it stronger.Sorry..i dont know the name of the glue.The package usually came with 2 glues n u mix them manually.
Not t-joints that modern yonex rackets uses now.It's an outer t-joint,which usually comes with an older version of yonex rackets.Some places has it,like indonesia.
hybrid rackets! imagine a NS9KX shaft with an AT700 head.
Looks Like Frankensteins racket
Generally this seems to be somethin to do if you have too much spare time at yor hands
It kind of reminds me of the old "switch your graphic card instructions from Docktor Nårton http://www.datadocktorn.nu/us_kortbyte1.php)
That would just be deadly..
U can try it if u have that two dead soldiers..hehe,n share it with us afterwards..lol
I might be able to try it. I have both the AT700 and NS9K(S), the NS9KS's frame is broken.. I just need my at700's shaft to snap, so that i can make the ultimate hardhitter's racquet. Since the NS9K's head is broken, I took the U-shaped grommets out and I'm going to put it onto my isometric racquet, once the strings break. So.. my iso will be a musclepower racquet
It'll be easier if u have friends from indo,since they will be easier to shop it for u.Badminton related stuffs r alot over there..they sell a pack of U grommets for Rp5000 only,n the outer t-joint is only around Rp8000.Cheap thing they have there.
Maybe you can use it now, but you are right, it looks damn ugly.
Haha.. I've actually been collecting the U-shaped grommets from broken racquets that I've found in rubbish bins around the courts..
Heh.. I might sound really really poor, I also steal the replacement grips and overgrips from broken racquets in rubbish bins if they're still in good condition and they're new.
Haha..nothing's wrong with it.Last time,i also took a broken ti-7 from the court dustbin,n i use it for experiment.So..next time,try to look for an outer t-joint from broken cheap steel rackets..that way,u can try to make ur own hybrid racket.
Maybe we can call that as re-cylcing.
haha i really think this wont work very well and buy a new racket is what you should do if your serious, but this is good fun haha are you going to give us a review of your DIY racket? haha
Central sports in coventry repaired a Carlton Airblade superlite i used to play on,.. the repair was spot on,.. racket took the same tension as it always had and played the same,.. even restrung it for me,.. all in for £40.
Shame it broke 2 months after on the opposite side of the break!
Im wondering if there is anything in the laws of badminton stating that "upgrading" your racket is legal?
I don't think so,.. as far as i know you can play on whatever you want,....It would make stringing/ grommeting your racket problematic wouldn't it,... and changing grips etc, Heavy mods,... I doubt there's a rule against it.
The only rule concerning the racquet is that it should not exceed a certain amount of length for the shaft, handle, frame ( length and width ), etc. Weight and stuff matters absolutely not.