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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by pizzaboi, Jan 14, 2016.
Hey guys...can I know any good string and tension for jpx ltd ?thanks for recommendation
I used BG66 force 27lbs. Good for 6 weeks.
Or if you like a little bit "hard" feel, BG66 ultimax also a good option as it does have a better sound and higher repulsion (based on personal experience). Same tension 27lbs
What did you feel in specific?
Maybe starting with the word : "Its too...."
Sorry bro i can't be more specific. Any shots i made was just average. Its like you play with training racket but TCY96 just like the lighter one.
Anyone has review on Caliber VS Tour?
I did already. You can check my previous post. VS tour is better than REG but if you want to buy a new one. I recommend JPX LTD or Technix 1.2
Alr have JPX Ltd. Wanna try VS Tour
Then try Technix 1.2 bro i really do not recommend VS tour
Why? Can tell me the diff?
Hitting sound better than LTD. You would love the sound of TX12
For intermediate player, TX12 is a perfect choice. LTD is a better choice for a player seeking for power and accuracy.
This week Im going to try zymax 66 fire power on LTD and TX12 (with 4 knots method, 27/28, +1 on cross). I will share the result
My setup for LTD is Gosen G-Tone 5 @ 28lbs. Sound incredible loud and crisp.
Got my second jpx ltd few days ago after selling away my n9ii. Lost my love for n9ii after playing with jpx ltd. The reason might be n9ii a lil bit too flexible. Got feels to try jpx 8.5 and technix 1.2, any good review on it?
If someone can enjoy JPX LTD, then you will not return to another brand for at least 1 year. I'm not really a fan of Mizuno but im very satisfied with LTD and TX12. I may purchase racket from Yonex again but only if they could make something real good.
I recommend TX12, the attacking power is not as good as LTD but the hitting sound is very nice. TX12 feels even balance but you can still throw a hard punch. I dont recommend 8.5
Any N9ii users shall try JPX LTD i bet 7 out of 10 might sell their N9ii.
Why you dont recommend 8.5?
It doesn't feel really good for clear and smash.
A bit disappointed with the JPX LTD's durability on my part, just broke another one recently, no clashes no cracks (i checked them before i played), no hitting on the floor, frame simply broke after i hit a smash. To top it all up, i'm yet to hear from my regular shop for a warranty claim on my previous broken JPX where the shaft snapped off the handle. Shame, it was a nice racket to play with.
Guys can I know where can buy grommets of jpx ltd?
This is a real concern!
I hope mine would be okay for at least 5 years hahaha.
You must be a super hard hitter!!!
What is your string tension?
Mine 27lbs and the racket supposed to be okay up to 30lbs