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Yonex ArcSaber Z-Slash Stringing Pattern

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by bluecraze07, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. bluecraze07

    bluecraze07 Regular Member

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    Hey guys, just got my new Z-Slash, just wondering if anyone can post the z-slash stringing pattern since it's not on the official yonex site.
     
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    Deathsticks Regular Member

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    how many mains and crosses dose it have?
    i think you could use same pattern as arc 10
     
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    must be the same as the others yonex from the pas 10 years. If there hole for non shared at top like AT-800 just figure it out by logic. I never used string pattern for a racquet and i string lots of tennis with different pattern and at the end it always fitted.

    The only tricky thing is the last main that you go trought 11 from 9 and then do 10 but not everyone does it and that not a big deal either.
     
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    dritter_1999 Regular Member

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    Hi,

    How do you know which pattern it was designed for? There's no mention of it anywhere on the Yonex site.

    Thanks!
     
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    Mark A Regular Member

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    You're right, it has yet to appear under the stringing instructions. Just have observe that there are four pairs of single-pass grommets, which is (was) unique to the 9000.
     
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    Also though i do check on the pattern it can be done by just looking at which way the grommets are bent as to which hole is for main and which for cross
     
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    So, basically follow the NS 9000 S/X pattern?
     
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    No, AT800 and ARC-10 pattern...
     
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    Its the same pattern as Arc 10 and the NS series, when i string its quite obvious because the new holes are often closer to the original holes (thats if you can tell the original holes and the new ones)
     

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