Techtonic 7i or Turbocharging 75C

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  1. Mclaren Ludan

    Mclaren Ludan New Member

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    Hey guys!
    I am currently using an Yonex Astrox 88d(2018), Astrox 99LCW and an Astrox 100zz (all 4u).
    Been thinking to try something new and planning to sell one or two of my rackets to fund for the coming racket.
    I am planning to try the techtonic 7i and turbocharging 75c (and duora 10-slight interest) to just get a new feel.
    No specific target of racket specs nor playstyle.
    Can anyone suggest me which one to try or give comments as well as your review regarding the rackets.

    Thanks!
     
  2. BalajiSethuraman

    BalajiSethuraman Regular Member

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    75c will not suit you I think cos it’s more head heavy that any of the racket u just mentioned on using it.. on the other hand 7i is very light.. all the astrox that u have been using is good at maneuverability. 75c is not that good at defence. ( I have used it’s yesteryear badge of n9ii). If u are seriously interested then try it out with dry swing.

    Check the Lining aeronaut 9000 or Kawasaki king k9. King k9 is easy power at disposal and an absolute GEM.. head heavy mid flex shaft and super maneuverability..


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    7i and 75C are two extremes of the spectrum, and don't choose from them.
    I suggest Turbocharging 80, or Tectonic 9 [similar to Tectonic 7 with slimmer shaft and more holes, this should be closer to yonex].
     
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    I see. Should i try aeronaut 9000c? Im planning to try Kawasaki Master900 but its still not available yet in my area. Have you guys heard of GGEM brand?
     
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    Master 900 is not an easy tameable beast.. take a dry swing of king k9.


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    I see. I just wanna ask, is the techtonic 7i worth the buy? I personally like the design and have used lighter rackets ( Arcsaber 69 light Rudy Hartono) and played quite well with it as well but upgraded to astrox series and still doing well. Is the techtonic 7i smashes really lack in power or is it still fine and worth the buy?
     
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    What about the tectonic 7? I personally like the design as well Hahaha. A lot said its good and worth the buy.
     
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    7i is very light. Usually light rackets u need to swing hard, so if your technique is not right u can develop elbows injuries


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