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Yonex selection chart

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

  1. Avenger

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    new racket? hmm.. never heard about the rumour
    however I know limited edition racket (different paint job) will be released soon
    VT80, NS9900, Ti-10, Ti-5, and Ti Zero
     
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    It's the VT-80 Limited edition.
     
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    we can only wish i guess haha =]?
     
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    As posted earlier:

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    Is it just me, or does anyone else think there is a big hole in the upper right quadrant. Li Ning has the N90. Yonex has... VT90 maby?
     
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    So to my understanding, the Ti-Z is the best Yonex Defensive racquet with equal doubles and singles ability and the VT-80 is the best Yonex Offensive racquet with equal doubles and singles ability. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    I'm curious, how much can we expect to pay for the original peter gade signature yonex arcsaber? I know the price has gone down.. any idea as to what is the current pricing?
     
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    #292 demolidor, Oct 24, 2011
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    Funny how they switched the X Fullerene / Fullerene between the shaft and head for the Nanoray 700RP (versus the NS9900). They must be running out of ideas at R&D.
     
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    Taiwanese chart from 2011 catalogue (includes current Ti-10 and Cab21):

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    #294 demolidor, Feb 3, 2012
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    So, the Ti10 is not head light?? :)
     
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    More even balance than headlight yes ... (description of "head light balance" on the racket is more for the whole Ti series I think. More like Nanospeed series in terms of balance overall with Ti-10 the most headheavy of the series and Ti-Zero very headlight, Ti-1 and Ti-3 also headlight

    matrix_badminton_tiz.jpg
     
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    since the announcement of VT ZF :D

    this is the latest chart of YY (as of 23 February 2012)

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    Does that mean the VTZF will be slightly better for doubles than the VT80 given it's on the repulsion side? Given the NS9900 is a doubles racquet, I assume repulsion is better than hold for doubles?
     
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    can someone explain the hold/repulsion scale? thanks
     
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    head-heavy..:crying:
     

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