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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Any normal FB couldn't give a killing smash from the back court,especially in doubles,against other professional players which has a very good defensive play.
    How do you define "killing smash"?
    Also you're saying against pros with very good defensive play? If they are good in defense, how would one kill them with smashes especially from rear court?

    I am not sure if Ahsan is using the commercial version of FB but I am pretty sure they don't win points purely from hard smashes from the back court.

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    Dear fans: Currently I am using BS victor 12N , I am looking for another similar racket , is this racket suitable, please advice, can this racket string 29-30 tension ? Thanks

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    Try Tenbu and Shiden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Dear fans: Currently I am using BS victor 12N , I am looking for another similar racket , is this racket suitable, please advice, can this racket string 29-30 tension ? Thanks
    Why not getting another BS 12N? Anything not good with 12N?

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    there are so many cases showing that this is the most fragile racket ever. i don't even understand why anyone would take the risk on a US$200+ racket.

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    Maybe some people just have $$$ to spare ^^

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    Woo.. Even administrator also say This racket no good... ok shall skip this racket

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    I have the FB 7U (I think). It was the lightest one. Anyways, I find it hard to clear and no smashing power. After I added some weight to the head, everything changed. My smashes were great, clears were easy and even light enough to have great defence and net play.
    The only thing I find is that this racquet has small sweet spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    there are so many cases showing that this is the most fragile racket ever. i don't even understand why anyone would take the risk on a US$200+ racket.
    its really fun to wield!

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    Hi Fans , if this racket break easily , how come Ahsan and the Denmark double player Modersen still can play 32 tension ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi Fans , if this racket break easily , how come Ahsan and the Denmark double player Modersen still can play 32 tension ?
    Some says they're different grade from the commercial version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuser View Post
    I have the FB 7U (I think). It was the lightest one. Anyways, I find it hard to clear and no smashing power. After I added some weight to the head, everything changed. My smashes were great, clears were easy and even light enough to have great defence and net play.
    The only thing I find is that this racquet has small sweet spot.
    Hi Hi, can I know do you add weight to the head?

    I recently got one FB, totally let down by the smashes but very happy with the drives and fast play...and with this rac, i can play longer too..haha

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    There is 2 way to add weight , one by the lin Dan way , put 1 white tape, the other is go to Chris buy the small weight, ask him fix for u ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    There is 2 way to add weight , one by the lin Dan way , put 1 white tape, the other is go to Chris buy the small weight, ask him fix for u ...
    buy tungsten tape from yonex. v heavy. one inch is 1gram plus already.

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    Specifications:
    YonexArcSaber FB SP/IP
    Stiffness
    Stiff
    Frame Shape
    Isometric
    New Built-in T-Joint Technology
    Frame
    HM Graphite
    CS Carbon Nanotube
    Shaft
    HM Graphite
    Nanometric
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    F (73 gram)
    Total Length (frame tip – handle end)
    674mm (26.5 inches)
    Grip Size
    FG5, FG6 (subject to availability)
    Recommended String Tension
    Main 20-24lbs
    Cross 22-26lbs
    Balance Point from Grip End
    290-300mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    There is 2 way to add weight , one by the lin Dan way , put 1 white tape, the other is go to Chris buy the small weight, ask him fix for u ...

    white tape...2 smashes come out already der!!! but will try and stick some cell tape to the head and see how it goes this weekend..
    Thanks mate...see u r from Spore too....I am also having problem getting the votrix z force in SG, can't seems to find it in any of the shops in the city....do you know any shops that still have this model?

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    Why not u go Chris Shop , its at reasonable price...

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