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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Sep 21, 2007.
Thanks for your review on this racket.
Do you own the Yonex ESPRO stringing machine?
Of course... i do not own an ESPRO Machine. Its expensive u know. But i've used it several times for stringing.
Ants, I may have missed it - but did you specify if this racket is more head-heavy, balanced or head-light?
I think nowadays most high-end rackets are Iso Shaped. I'm not even sure if they will come out with high end Cab. You will know if they do.
btw what is NGP?
Okie, what about an iso head heavy and uber stiff (stiffer than NS-9K)?
You will know next year. But Stiffer than NS9K.. hmmm dont think so.
Nice Gentle Panda
thanks for the review ants ....
right, i guess some of us will have to wait for a head-heavy version.
maybe the AS8 or AS9?
Some will wait.. maybe not u since u will wait for what Reiko is going to use next. Heheh..
thanx for the review ants......
are you trying to hint that rei-chan will be switching to the as7 soon?
seriously though, do you know if yonex have any plans to release a head-heavier version in the arcsaber series?
I'm just joking about the Rei-Chan thing. Regarding Head Heavy AS series.. that is yet to know. However if some opinions and studies that have been submitted and have accepted.. maybe there will be.
I don't know.. i dont work for Yonex.
The arcsaber 7 isn't my type of racket according to Ants review
Alias 'Natural Gas Producer'.
Blame the bamboo fibres.
ants has it got more power than NS9000X and is it as manuverble
Why don't you just compare this review to his NS9K-X review?
that's a good point actually, i should start compiling all ants's reviews for future reference.
i wonder if he'll be kind enough to email them to me, assuming he's got them saved on his computer somewhere.
Hmm, according to the Japanese Yonex site, it is said that this racquet is for beginners and intermediate players that want more power out of their hits..
Yonex' information might be inaccurate, compared to yours. =p
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