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Yonex selection chart

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Winex West Can, Jan 20, 2002.

  1. DrBranDo

    DrBranDo Regular Member

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    Re: Arc Saber Z Slash

    Anyone out there know where the new yonex racket the Arc Saber Z Slash fits on the chart?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Danstevens

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    I can't say for certain but I'm pretty sure it fits in a similar position to the other Arcsaber rackets - it seems to be most similar to the Arc10 so I'd expect it to be around that region of the chart.
     
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    Check this out..

    http://www.yonex.co.jp/badminton/products/news/013-zslash/teaser.html
    -Skip Intro
    -Click on Function
    -Click on Spec List link (at bottom left); you'll see the chart
    -As mentioned, it falls under the same group as the other AS series rackets..
     
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    where doed ti-10 3rd gen stand in the chart?
     
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    hi guys, i do not seems to ba able to find the specification for MP99

    could you guys help me with the specs?

    flex?
    weight?
    balancing point?

    thanks alot... will appreciate the help
     
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    Flex - Stiff
    Weight - 3U (85 - 89.9 grams) or 2U (90 - 94.5 grams)
    Even Balanced Racquet. You can check its balance point directly from your racquet.

    Yonex has stopped producing MP-99.
     
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    oh well there goes a good racket.

    kind of like that classic racket. borrowed it from my friend during last few games and kind of like that specification.

    SO since yonex doesn;t produce it anymore, thus i want to find out the specs and order a trinity from panda with the same specs. hope it gives me the same results:D
     
  9. jediwannabe

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    Yonex Badminton Catalog 2010

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    Is NS9000 discontinued? cant see it on the chart??:confused::confused:
     
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    I thought it was discontinued awhile back since the NS9900 replaces the NS9000.
     
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    Suggested tension for ARC8DX is upto 27~28LBS.

    It is different to the other Yonex rackets.
     
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    I am also curious about it. Where should Ti10 3rd gen locate in the graph? Since i am Ti10 lover. :p
     
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    Hey everyone,

    Great chart update from the 2010 catalogue Jediwannabe. Can anyone interpret part of the chart for me as I believe there is a mistake on it. Looking at the suggested string section, it appears that the first line says "Hard Hitter" and so does the bottom line. I would assume that one of the two have been translated wrong. Anyone able to translate this??
     
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    Does anyone know where would the ArcSaber 5 stand?
     
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    Here's a link to the new 2010 Yonex specs chart(couldn't copy and paste here);
    http://www.bustedracquet.us/
     
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    Thanks to chilli for the link [​IMG]
     
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    "Control Player" according to BabelFish ;)
     
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    Thanx, this helps
     
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    Most of the high end Yonex racquets before the Arc8DX, the max tension recommended have been 25#s...even though most hard hitters have them in the high 20s.:)
     

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