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    If AT900 has been removed, get ready for next VT series on this august.
    Well, Apacs has 7U, will FB's F weight can match it?

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    lighter is not always better. great for marketing, but not for hitting. it may be ok if they managed to get a high balance point, but with so little material it will be difficult to achieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    lighter is not always better. great for marketing, but not for hitting. it may be ok if they managed to get a high balance point, but with so little material it will be difficult to achieve.
    Yup. Agree with you big boss.
    It's all about marketing strategy...

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    I'm going to wait until this piece is out and a few reviews hit the ground. Yonex must have given this some thought before bringing out such a radically unusual product...

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    I'll be reviewing it but not sure when I will have one delivered. I'l also be getting Arcsaber 11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    I'm going to wait until this piece is out and a few reviews hit the ground.
    given it is 6U i am not sure if you want it to hit the ground.

    (gosh you so baited me on that one..)

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    The paint job looks really eye catching
    I love the new paint scheme Yonex has done with the Arcsaber series

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    I was able to get my hands on the new rackets again last week, and the balance point for both ArcS FB and ArcS 11 was dead middle. Without strings or additional grip though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    given it is 6U i am not sure if you want it to hit the ground.

    (gosh you so baited me on that one..)
    LOL! Maybe you'd never know until you find ZYL handing you another one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    I was able to get my hands on the new rackets again last week, and the balance point for both ArcS FB and ArcS 11 was dead middle. Without strings or additional grip though.
    Is the Arcsaber 11 and FB available in Canada now? Retailing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Is the Arcsaber 11 and FB available in Canada now? Retailing?
    Nope, we should receive the new rackets for retail at the end of the month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    Nope, we should receive the new rackets for retail at the end of the month.
    Thanks for making that clearer

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    The arcsaber 11 is available as of now in the Netherlands

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    What would someone like kwun suggest would be a 'safe' tension to use on the Arc-FB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgecamilleri View Post
    What would someone like kwun suggest would be a 'safe' tension to use on the Arc-FB?
    Yonex's recommended tension is up to 24lbs. i wouldn't go much higher than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    Yonex's recommended tension is up to 24lbs. i wouldn't go much higher than that.
    Would that mean 24 mains and 26 crosses, or would 22 mains and 24 crosses be the maximum you would recommed?

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