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    i played with this racket for 2 months and its flexy, even balance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorysan View Post
    i played with this racket for 2 months and its flexy, even balance.
    so the stats is wrong lol
    what about the weight 4u

    Specification
    • Frame Material : Hi Modulus Graphite + GS Carbon
    • Shaft Material : Hi Modulus Graphite + GS Carbon
    • Flex : Stiff
    • Weight : 4U (86▒2 gm) G2
    • Length : 675mm
    • Max Tension : 30lbs
    • Balance : 285 ▒ 3mm

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    yeah its 4U
    but its really flex...compere to other stiff rackets that i have tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t1nosupr1mo View Post
    so the stats is wrong lol
    what about the weight 4u

    Specification
    • Frame Material : Hi Modulus Graphite + GS Carbon
    • Shaft Material : Hi Modulus Graphite + GS Carbon
    • Flex : Stiff
    • Weight : 4U (86▒2 gm) G2
    • Length : 675mm
    • Max Tension : 30lbs
    • Balance : 285 ▒ 3mm
    definitely something wrong there
    normally i see apacs 4u is below 86g
    below 90g is 3u already

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    Quote Originally Posted by t1nosupr1mo View Post
    can some one post the actual specs for es10?

    i see people claming that the racket isnt stiff at all.
    but when i go to their website its listed as stiff and rated 4u.
    apacs low end raacket usually not on SPEC, so when u see 4U and its balance all are not so accurate, i tried its weight, about 3U range and it is medium stiff only, not really stiff

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    Quote Originally Posted by loneboy62 View Post
    apacs low end raacket usually not on SPEC, so when u see 4U and its balance all are not so accurate, i tried its weight, about 3U range and it is medium stiff only, not really stiff
    their high end are not that much better
    their rackets have high potential..but not on spec
    if they correct this..my bag will be full with apacs haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    i'm not sure but confirm is 3u
    met him just now for a session

    so overall u think that tantrum 200 is an offensive racket?? will it weight lighter???

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    so overall u think that tantrum 200 is an offensive racket?? will it weight lighter???
    tantrum is good for offensive playing
    i think my friend's T200 is off spec
    i say this because just now i feel a new T200 without grip and string
    it's far far more lighter although stated 3u
    so my friend's unit might be off spec until 2u LOL

    go to some shop and try hold and swing it to feel it yourself
    just now tried a new L60, no string and grip
    in the end, my choice went to RSL
    the L60 is on spec i think..BP is at the words "HM"..weight i not sure
    tempting but still did not choose it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    tantrum is good for offensive playing
    i think my friend's T200 is off spec
    i say this because just now i feel a new T200 without grip and string
    it's far far more lighter although stated 3u
    so my friend's unit might be off spec until 2u LOL

    go to some shop and try hold and swing it to feel it yourself
    just now tried a new L60, no string and grip
    in the end, my choice went to RSL
    the L60 is on spec i think..BP is at the words "HM"..weight i not sure
    tempting but still did not choose it
    I am sure the T200 is 4u , although 1-2 g would not make much difference but when they mess up the Balance-point I would be abit worry when buying any apacs rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jockey View Post
    krzy, if u have been playing for only one year it is unlikely that you have already acquired the necessary technique and power [no offence meant] to handle a lethal 70 and get the best out of it especially if u plan tp play at 26lbs. just bear in mind that higher tension does not mean better. which racket have u been using up to now??

    nano 900 power white would be a good bet [IMO], using bg80 @ 26lbs.
    currently using nano 900 white @ 26lbs nbg 95. if compared to my letahl 70 i would rate power 9/10. and i find control better with my nano 900 white.

    hope this helps you.
    Hai thanks for the response i've been using yy at500 nanogy 95 @ 23/24 lbs.
    for a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    maybe he's really talented hahahahaha

    control is good with nano900. i'm using the red version though
    but lack a bit of smashing power..not head heavy enough
    strung BG66 @ 26lbs
    however, i think that my n900pr is off spec
    compared to my friend's white, his is slightly heavier, both the feel of the racket and the head
    both 4u and he's using a thicker grip

    btw, planned to change to BG80 @ 27lbs

    will upgrade to an on spec L70

    jockey, what's the max tension stated on your n900p?
    Lolz maybe im talented ^.^
    i wish

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    I am sure the T200 is 4u , although 1-2 g would not make much difference but when they mess up the Balance-point I would be abit worry when buying any apacs rackets.
    err..if i'm not mistaken, the T200 that i held was 3u ALTHOUGH fatigue might altered my memory BUT it's not important so let's skip this topic

    the BP issue on apacs is very annoying
    Quote Originally Posted by KrzyMouse View Post
    Lolz maybe im talented ^.^
    i wish

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    Hi apacs friends,

    I received my Z-spark racket bought from Badmintonbay, based in Malaysia and shipped to Japan. I strung this racket at 27lbs. I also own another Apacs racket, Nano 900 power (red) strung at 25lbs. Apacs racket is quite good even it strung at high tension. I own Yonex Carbonex 30ms and strung at 23lbs because previously I strung at 25lbs and found that quite difficult to clear back to back. Always be half court and easy for the opponent to smash. This is not the case with the Apacs rackets.

    However, I have something in my mind about the bottom logo. Please see in the attached pictures...one of the pictures shows the different logos at the bottom of the rackets. Anybody knows about this difference?
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    dont worry, its just because its other model.
    my T200 and my Nano900 got other logos too.
    Quote Originally Posted by fariz80 View Post
    Hi apacs friends,

    I received my Z-spark racket bought from Badmintonbay, based in Malaysia and shipped to Japan. I strung this racket at 27lbs. I also own another Apacs racket, Nano 900 power (red) strung at 25lbs. Apacs racket is quite good even it strung at high tension. I own Yonex Carbonex 30ms and strung at 23lbs because previously I strung at 25lbs and found that quite difficult to clear back to back. Always be half court and easy for the opponent to smash. This is not the case with the Apacs rackets.

    However, I have something in my mind about the bottom logo. Please see in the attached pictures...one of the pictures shows the different logos at the bottom of the rackets. Anybody knows about this difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorysan View Post
    dont worry, its just because its other model.
    my T200 and my Nano900 got other logos too.
    Ya. Should be ok. I think it is due to different batch of rackets production or to differentiate rackets for different country.

    There is 3rd type color logo, which is silver color bottom. I think it is for SG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapA_xlonG View Post
    Ya. Should be ok. I think it is due to different batch of rackets production or to differentiate rackets for different country.

    There is 3rd type color logo, which is silver color bottom. I think it is for SG.
    can show a picture of that silver bottom cap?

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    I dont have camera with me now and i dont know how to post photo in BC also.

    Someone can help to post if they own it.

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