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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. kenner30

    kenner30 Regular Member

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    i have the tc75c...its super heavy lol for the first bit my shoulders were giving me issues...but now im fine and use it for doubles. now that i think about it, ive previously stated its sluggish for doubles but its not. because of the frame, its actually pretty quick. its just a bit of a strain to use...usually if im playing for more than 3 hours, ill switch to a lighter racquet...i actually ended up picking up a tc75 because of the sale on the canadian li ning site
     
  2. mackstine

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    Yeah, that sale is awesome! same reason why I picked up the 75C. Thanks for the reassurance on this racket. on a dry swing, it seems to be pretty decent, but heck, if its slow at first, then I'm sure a good session of Paul Stewart armchair exercises can help fix that up right away.
    Just out of curiosity - is there a string you enjoy using on this racket?
     
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    i rotate between strings actually...ive used aerobite, bg80 and bg66um on this. they all pretty much produce amazing smashes...im not the greatest at net play so i havent really seen difference at net play between the strings...hopefully this virus thing dies down so we can actually go out and play!
     
  4. terrynguyen121988

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    Anyone try 6000 and 6000D ?


    AERONAUT 6000D 4u 83g BP 298mm

    AERONAUT 6000 3u 87g BP 290mm (medium stiff)

    Nanoray Z Speed 3u BP 290 +-3 mm (extra stiff)

    I see 6000D racket was close with 9000C and I need an advice from you, please.

    My friend told me that 6000 racket will fit to me, 9000C racket will need a POWER ARM.

    I can play Nanoray Z speed in 5 set without any problem, although it has extra stiff, but anyway, Z speed racket was a "neutral racket" (not heavy or light head) with BP: 290 +-3 mm (6000 Aeronaut was close to z speed and with medium stiff, it can be easier to play, to me).

    Please give me some advice if you was tried it (6000 and 6000D)
    aeronaut 6000.jpg
     
  5. Coolkas

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    I dont really know the difference between take down and high end, and price in your country
    But i think its better for you to go straight to the high end?
    High end Aeronaut has 2 airstream ( that aero hole thing) ,meanwhile 4000 only 1, not sure about 6000
    If you want an aeronaut, the head lightest from high end series is 7000B i think, it has 298mm bp like 9000c by specs but many people say 7000B swing faster ( i didnt own 7000B, but i own 9000c
    And i think theres no Lining racket that play like z speed, even the closest one wont feel similar :D
    But perhaps the closest one is Calibar 900B( It is rated medium flex but some say it is stiff, even if it stiff it wont be as stiff as Z Speed)
     
  6. terrynguyen121988

    terrynguyen121988 Regular Member

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    Thanks ^-^

    I've heard that 9000C was a heavy head racket and a good seller told me that I can be exhausted in third game if I use 9000C racket.

    "I can play Nanoray z speed racket" = just to tell you about my ability.

    I like 9000C but I am afraid that I cannot handle it. (I was scared of 88D too). I see my friend (who was stronger than me) playing 88D (11kg tension) racket and he was painful after 2 games. (exhausted !!!???)

    I've heard that aeronaut 6000 racket is a "easier version" of aeronant 9000C racket, so that I need some advice from the one who has experienced with aeronaut 6000 racket.

    6000 and 6000D racket have 1 aero hole (the length was 3 grommets) and 9000C has 2 aero holes (the length was 2 grommets for one aero hole).
     
  7. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Trust me brother the 9000C ain't that heavy at all, atleast not like ZF2 heavy, try a dry swing and compare if possible.

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    terrynguyen121988 Regular Member

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    I've tried 9000C yesterday (one of my friend has it, but I am afraid to ask him to borrow it ^-^).

    Just 3 minutes on court, I knew that 9000C will not be so heavy (like zf2). It's even quite light to my hand. ^0^ The people who told me 9000C was a so heavy racket was wrong.

    I will buy 9000C without hesitation anymore.
     
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  9. Budi

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    i dont think they are wrong as they say it like that base their own feeling with their own physical capability.
    Thats the reason its never easy to ask for a racket as there is to many parameter involved.
    My TK770HT is 3U 99gr, its light enough for me for double. I can say 3U head heavy is good for double. But i never tell my physical capability & form. All of you wont know my club level. It could be im actually that good but also can be my club level happen to be at lower level than my average skill.
     
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    I've already bought a 9000C (domestic market in China) with $ 171. Will give a review soon.
     
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    I feel 75ex very heavy so want to sell it before but Now I really like my 75ex and for me 75ex is more solid head feel when do hit and a little more stiffer shaft than N9ii.

    Is N90IV and 3D caliber 900B is only rename and same racket with same feel or totally different racket?
    Thanks for answer.
     
  12. Vivek Bagadhi

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    N90IV=C900B

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  13. Michaelgtj

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    For TC75ex user like me.
    Which one is better racket for fast attacking double player
    N90IV/900B or TC70/N7ii?

    Because Aeronaut series not really for me, I don't know why. N99, 7000b,9000,9000c&d
    Not that bad but I like TB and 3DC more.
    Thanks before
     
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    Calibar 900B is definitely a great racket . It terms of speed between n7ii and 900b, n7ii is tad faster than 900B but less powerful than 900B . You cannot go wrong with 900b .


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    Between Lining canada has a great sale going if anyone is interested.


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  16. terrynguyen121988

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    Wish I was there, haha. I will buy one more 9000C racket
     
  17. tranpro

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    Hello guys
    Im looking for a lining racket (7000, 7000b, tc70)
    Im a immediate player, use astrox 7 4u. Wrist is not strong to much. Play mostly doubles. My style is control, net shot and sometimes make a full smash
    Which is more suitable:
    - more user- friendly
    - not feel heavy too much
    - suitable for doubles and single game
    - maneuverability in drive, defense
    - not lack to much power in back court
    7000 4u and 7000b 3u are they different to much in weight feel?
    Thanks so much. Hope u guys give me a hand
     
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  18. Michaelgtj

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    If compare 900B with 75ex which is better for powerfull smash?
     
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    Just my suggestion, Base on that 3 racket 7000b is best for you to get more power repulsion with your wrist.
     
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  20. Budi

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    no one can say for sure.
    Im more on muscle so heavier racket play best on me rather than lighter racket as i had to generate even more swing speed to achieve powerfull stroke.
    My friend is kinda lighter hand, his swing is fast but not quite strong. So having lighter racket he can maximize his swing speed to hit hard.

    So... Are you more on strength or speed?
    Which one hit harder? Its the one that can sync well with your physical form. Not to heavy that it slow you down but not to light so that you loss to many weight momentum. The perfect balance for your physical form.
     

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