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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    There have been tournament pictures showing the wider than Z frame posted on BC.. Do a search ;-)
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    Every single one of the tournament pictures posted on BC that had been referred to and debunked at the other Chinese Badminton forums by people with more connection than you and I (on par with ants I have to point out).

    There is no point to argue this further anymore if there is no further evidence ;-)

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    Is Huang Yuxiang using N50II ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Every single one of the tournament pictures posted on BC that had been referred to and debunked at the other Chinese Badminton forums by people with more connection than you and I (on par with ants I have to point out).

    There is no point to argue this further anymore if there is no further evidence ;-)
    Maybe you could post some links and the names of the persons you refer to? So anyone can base their views based on how trustworhty theses are. I have certainly felt the look on the pictures posted confirmed Taufiks frame being wider than my Z.. but of course it could have been photohopped or something.. But on the other hand, I dont feel that a Yonex employed stringer may be the most objective source either.. :-) I kind of trust BC members who says they have held Taufiks rackets personally, a bit more..

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    There have been tournament pictures showing the wider than Z frame posted on BC.. Do a search ;-)
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    I have seen that pic, and that was ArcZS not Arc10

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    Default Do these two frame look different to you??

    Do these two frames look different to you??
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    so just lets the mystery continue....thats will make badminton more beautiful.....i will upload the picture when TH retired one or two years ahead.....

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    Which racket does Hendra Setiawan and Kido use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ishahloveain View Post
    Which racket does Hendra Setiawan and Kido use?
    Kido uses Flypower Enigma 900 and Hendra uses Flypower Warriors 7.

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    I actually spent a little bit of time to count the number of main strings above the first cross string at the top of Taufik's racquet (Arc Z TH cosmetics) in the photo provided by demolidor.
    If I counted correctly, it is 14.
    On a retail Arc Z TH however, it is 12.
    On the other hand, on a retail Arc 10, it is 14.
    Make your own conclusions.
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    did jung jae sung use bravesword12 or superwave37 for a game or 2 in the recent tournaments? because i swear i saw him using a blue shaft racket

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    BS12 if I'm correct.

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    Yeah I saw it clearly in today's match, definitely BS12 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Yeah I saw it clearly in today's match, definitely BS12 ...
    You mean he's now using the BS12 more than the SW35? Not that I'm surprised, just curious. Good players don't find much difference between rackets and how they perform, despite the different specs. We're all "head heavy" this or "extra stiff" that to eg. get better smashes or more control - if we bothered to improve our technique by 1%, our performance would increase by 100%. The racket probably only improves our performance by 0.001% hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    You mean he's now using the BS12 more than the SW35? Not that I'm surprised, just curious. Good players don't find much difference between rackets and how they perform, despite the different specs. We're all "head heavy" this or "extra stiff" that to eg. get better smashes or more control - if we bothered to improve our technique by 1%, our performance would increase by 100%. The racket probably only improves our performance by 0.001% hehe.
    It was only round 2 still after all against an opponent they should defeat on paper, it's quite likely he would switch back to SW35 in the next round . And I agree that searching for the holy grail of rackets while your technique and physique are far from optimal and even less important when you're not even intending to compete on a high level/competitive play. All that aside for most it's just about the joy of playing and having a couple of different types or shiny latest models surely attributes . No harm, no foul
    Personally I have enough goodies to last a good while but it's still tempting when new exotic stuff is released like the Gosen Ryoga series. So far resisted the temptation ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    It was only round 2 still after all against an opponent they should defeat on paper, it's quite likely he would switch back to SW35 in the next round . And I agree that searching for the holy grail of rackets while your technique and physique are far from optimal and even less important when you're not even intending to compete on a high level/competitive play. All that aside for most it's just about the joy of playing and having a couple of different types or shiny latest models surely attributes . No harm, no foul
    Personally I have enough goodies to last a good while but it's still tempting when new exotic stuff is released like the Gosen Ryoga series. So far resisted the temptation ...
    I agree, it's so tempting to buy new shiny equipments where you can brag especially woven racket

    so.. you want to become a samurai that excel in speed?

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    Any update on which rackets the pros are using at the Indonesian Open? Looks like two VT80's are clashing for at least one final tonight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Any update on which rackets the pros are using at the Indonesian Open? Looks like two VT80's are clashing for at least one final tonight?
    LCW and PG..does anyone know what weight version PG uses? Anyone else notice LCW's smash is more potent with the VT80 compared to AT900p? PG should think twice before lifting..

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