Racket stock check!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Gon, Apr 26, 2002.

  1. lostLore

    lostLore Regular Member

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  2. samsudd_s

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    mr yonex-man, seem that u have all rackets with rubber grip. mind to share which grip is the best feel among those?
     
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    compare to SW35 vs BS10, which one u prefer the most? i also hardly search for the victor racket ATM, and need 2nd thought of having it.
     
  4. Sui-MY

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    Racquets owned in particular order since 2010:

    Yonex B-550- Sold
    Wilson X6- Sold
    Protech Phantom White- Sold
    Yonex Isometriz Z- Sold
    Wilson Smash 1000- Sold
    Babolat Nirvana Fuse Control- Sold
    Apacs Super Light II- Sold
    Gosen PKS Slim 760- Sold
    Yonex Voltric 70- Broken
    Fischer Pro No. 1 FT- Sold
    Apacs Tantrum 200- Bag
    Fischer Black Granite X-Lite- Broken
    Yonex Armortec 70 MG2- Sold
    Apacs Edge Saber 10- Bag
    Yonex Voltric 7- Sold
    Apacs Feather Weight 100- Bag
     
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  5. cycilver

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    haha im not mr yonex man xP but the grip i currently use is the RKEP g09 w/yonex tape, i find it to be vastly more durable compared to supergrap and doesnt get all gritty after a few uses.
     
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    thanks bro-yonex-master. i about to think to replace my ori grip with G06 Power Master and put overgrip G09 Elite on top...do u think it will increase to super-duper grab??:rolleyes::confused:
     
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    power master is very tacky in my opinion, rubbery. never tried using both together but if anything, it will help hold the g09 in place better bc the back of the g09 is not tacky. if by grab u mean just the contact between ur palm and the grip, then i think the addition of the power master with the g09 on top will make no difference :p
     
  8. limak

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    Y Cab21 3U SP
    Y Armortec 900P 3U BX
    RSL X2 Gold
    RSL Nova 6160
    RSL Heat 9500
    RSL Laser 9900
    Gosen RA6900
    Gosen RA9500
    LaFleche Ti500 Long
    Mizuno TC700
    Victor SW31 3U
    Victor Ripple Power 11 3U (PW11 marketed in Europe)
    Victor PW12 4U
    Victor DualPipe 8000
    Victor Challenger Ti70
    Victor SuperNano 5 3U
    Victor Z3000
    Victor SW35 3U
    Fleet Woven 2000
    Kason TSF300D
    Li-Ning UC2200A
    Li-Ning UC2200B

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  9. Dreamzz

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    haha, what sort of study purposes?
    racquet research?
     
  10. isben

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    Rackets in my stable as below.

    1) 4 N90II
    2) 3 TC700
    3) 2 Zelm Ultimate
    4) 1 MX80
    5) 1 VT80
    6) 1 Arc 10
    7) 1 Airblade Superlite
    8) 1 Ashaway Training Racket
    9) 1 Apacs Training Racket
    10) 1 RW Cobra II
     
  11. BrunoLi

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    wow, you have a lot of rackets.
    Which one you use more? Single? Double?
     
  12. isben

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    I only play doubles so unable to answer your query. But only the first 5 are in used. The rest are either being kept due to sentimental reasons or just as training tools.
     
  13. druss

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    Apacs Tantrum 300
    Apacs Visible Hollow 1800
    Apacs Lethal 70
    Apacs 900 Power Red and White
    Zelm 10000
    Panda Power Trinity
    Victor BS10 x 2
    Victor SW35
    Victor MX80 x 2
    Yonex Ti-6
    Yonex T-10 (3rd gen)
    Yonex Slim 10 (don't use anymore)
    Yonex AT900T x 2
    Yonex AT900P
    Yonex Arc10
    Yonex ArcZ Slash
    Yonex Arc 8DX
    Yonex NanoSpeed 9900
    Yonex MP99
    Yonex VT80 x 2
    Karakal mtec 70

    I think I'm missing a couple.
     
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    do u have time to play with all those rackets??...so much collector items. i wish i can buy half of it..:p
     
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    I am guessing what bag do you have to put all these in
     
  16. Avenger

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    I will buy loads of rackets when I start working :p

    for now,
    Yonex Carbonex 8
    Yonex Arcsaber 008T
    Panda Power Trinity pro

    thinking of Victor MX80 for my next racket
     
  17. herrysuba

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    this is my stuff..

    2 Yonex Ti10 gen2 3u4
    1 Yonex Armortec 700 old colour 4u4
    1 Yonex Armortec Superbrand 2004 3u4
    1 Yonex Carbonex 21 Special 2u4
    1 Lining n55 gen1
    1 Kason twister F9
    1 Apacs Ti10
    2 Sotx W7 x 2

    Tq.
     
  18. amleto

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    3x tpro
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    2x head power helix 8000
    1x head metallix 8000
     
  19. noobyo

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    Bro Avenger!

    I suggest instead of the victor MX80 to get either a Yonex Arc10 or AT900 P. Both are extremely powerful rackets, I can guarantee you will like them. If you want to avenge anyone, they'll help out a lot more than the MX80 will :p. Better to spend 60 more dollars and get a much better racket.
     
  20. j4ckie

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    I seriously doubt they're better than the MX80. With sufficient technique&timing, the MX should be more powerful than the Arc10, and probably more so than the AT900P due to the stiffer shaft. The quality is without doubt at least on par with those rackets, and if it's cheaper, I'd definitely go with Victor instead of Yonex.

    Still waiting for my UPro to arrive....this is the longest delivery since the invention of the airplane >.<
     

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