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    ^ That's what I've found from my measurements of TW vs CA coded Yonex rackets. CA ones have a much tighter variation, eg. 4U VTZF is 82.5g BP315mm +/- 0.3g BP3mm

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    Haha.. if u have a jp and sp vtzf2... check the rear cap and you can see the different

    There is racket code pure ip and non pure ip...

    So u believe they are the same..

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    http://www.sg-mark.org/KIJUN/S0080-00.pdf

    Anybody understand the pdf which tells us the quality check for badminton rackets?

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    Apparently the mysterious black racket LD had been using is a yonex, so what TS saw on the zf2 might really be for LD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thestig View Post
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    Apparently the mysterious black racket LD had been using is a yonex, so what TS saw on the zf2 might really be for LD.
    It might. But is it okay that Yonex sponsored the racket? Because he seems to wear SHB SC6i..

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    The shaft and shape of it really looks like a zf2 to me.
    Too bad can't see the grommet clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    It might. But is it okay that Yonex sponsored the racket? Because he seems to wear SHB SC6i..
    As far as I know, his contract with Li Ning is ending or ended. And the shoes he was wearing seems like a pair of Adidas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duhzzz View Post
    The shaft and shape of it really looks like a zf2 to me.
    Too bad can't see the grommet clearly.
    Hope this help;
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    Quote Originally Posted by thestig View Post
    As far as I know, his contract with Li Ning is ending or ended. And the shoes he was wearing seems like a pair of Adidas.

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    This is outdated already, last two tournaments was clearly Yonex SC6i in custom colour and no logo's. Maybe Adidas didn't have deep enough pockets to seal the deal and Yonex poached him. Contracts often run from WC to WC (but not necessarily so), maybe we will see an announcement after it has finished.

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    Ah I see, thanks for the heads up. 😃

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    As fiq_axis reported, yep, the Arc9FL"N" new color was announced couple of days back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by esppy View Post
    As fiq_axis reported, yep, the Arc9FL"N" new color was announced couple of days back...

    http://www.yonex.co.jp/news/2014/07/1407020900.html

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    Translation of the news article:
    Title: Arcsaber 9FL, badminton racket aimed at female players, gets a new design (pearl pink) that will go on sale in the middle of July.

    Arcsaber 9FL is a racket with characteristics female players look for: a soft hitting feel, operability and lightness, good repulsion and a design focus. Thanks to the soft hitting feel and the repulsion characteristics from the high-tech materials/toughlex it becomes possible to shoot "attacking clear shots" deep into the opponent's court. The light weight is another forte of the racket. (4U weight)

    The design is a base of pink and pearl and seasoned with black, being feminine and cute but also giving a tightened impression.

    No idea what they mean by tightened impression (hikishimatta inshou) though.

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    I am more excited to buy VT70tune. The color soo niceee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    The officer said all rackets are treated same. Every time when one step completed, the QC check will be executed. When I visited at there, there are 9 tables of workers did a QC check on the Arcsaber 9FLN shafts before sent to the paint job process.. and also, at that time, they were aiming of producing 4600 rackets.
    The chance of a lifetime to get into the factory. Thanks for the report. Seriously speaking, did they say what happens if a racquet doesn't pass the qc?

    I wonder what is the percentage of racquets that don't pass the qc.

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    Hi TS/bros... Most international players eg lee chong wei use Z force 2 which code , Japan code ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    The chance of a lifetime to get into the factory. Thanks for the report. Seriously speaking, did they say what happens if a racquet doesn't pass the qc?

    I wonder what is the percentage of racquets that don't pass the qc.
    No, as they were very confidently told me that they had very little percentage of failures. When I was there, they used some kind of multi colored tapes to determine quality of the racket. They taped it on the lowest section of the shaft and proceed to next step..

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