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New Yonex Racket chart!~

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by StrikeGX, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. StrikeGX

    StrikeGX Regular Member

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    new chart!~
     
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    Hmm what are the quantum like.. attacking , defense? head heavy head light?
     
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    top is head heavy and bottom is head light (reading off from the japanese which know kinda how to read)
    im guessing the one on the left is HOLD and the right one is REPULSION as seen on other charts =O
     
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    NS 9900 more head heavy than arc7 ??
     
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    No idea man i got this from shuttle house Yonex Fall catalogue ;P
     
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    From Yonex JP :
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    Top: Head Heavy
    Left: Hold
    Right: Repulsion
    Bottom: Head Light

    Do anyone have a idea where should I place the Mizuno TC700 in this chart?
    I think it should be some where between at900t and ns9900.
     
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    Funny that they can't even get their own racket-series-names right :-D

    ARORTEC... :D :D a new amazing series from YY :D :D

    /Twobeer
     

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    Wow, can't believe all these years, aerotus is still up there in the racket chart!
     
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    What.. Comparing my 2U 1st Gen TC700 to my 2nd gen 3U AT700, the TC700 is head-heavier (320mm), and the "kick-point" feature makes it feel like a "hold" racquet to me. Top left.
    Or maybe it's just mine ? lol
     
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    [​IMG] Haha I had it like this but I only have an AT700 and 8DX here as reference points here as far as head heaviness is concerned. Probably I would put it more on line with the AT900's on second thought but since Kwun recently measured his Arc10 @ 300mm (assume unstrung given the 86.x gram) ...

    There is a whole sticky reserved for this topic fiy: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?4389-Yonex-selection-chart ;)

    [​IMG]
     
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    (My AT700 I is 300mm unstrung, factory grip and TC700 ~293mm unstrung, factory grip)
     
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    I did place it slightly below AT700 in headheavyness in the first place :)

    You probably have the 2U that usually has a bit less head heavy BP than the 3U My 3Us are 298-310.. btw the bp of VT70 is speced at abt. 290mm .. so it shouldnt really be below that :)

    also btw, AT900T is speced ab.t 285-295mm so putting the tc700 below that in balance would be wrong imhop..

    /Twobeer
     
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