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    Anyone notice that their Apacs rackets' paintjob is not even on both sides of the racket? My L70 looks like the decals are higher up on the frame on one side, but I didn't think it was supposed to be uneven Ó la Z-Slash.. Also, I think the racket's shaft is slightly twisted, as if the shaft was placed into the handle at the wrong angle. I think I see what everyone means now by getting what you pay for in terms of QC for Apacs rackets..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    lethal 9 is the most heaviest in those three rackets.
    Got Lethal 10

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    hi L70 4U owners, which string & tension looks the best? any suggestions?

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    Can anyone recommend me an APACS racket which is well-balanced and suitable for beginners ? Something light and user friendly .

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimiberbs View Post
    Can anyone recommend me an APACS racket which is well-balanced and suitable for beginners ? Something light and user friendly .
    edgesaber 10

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    Guys, I really like the ArcSaber 10, a head-heavy but overall pretty light racquet. I was wondering if there's an APACS equivalent that I can get. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by direstraits View Post
    Guys, I really like the ArcSaber 10, a head-heavy but overall pretty light racquet. I was wondering if there's an APACS equivalent that I can get. Any suggestions?
    The Apacs EdgeSaber 10 is the "equivalent" of the Yonex ArcSaber 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by direstraits View Post
    Guys, I really like the ArcSaber 10, a head-heavy but overall pretty light racquet. I was wondering if there's an APACS equivalent that I can get. Any suggestions?
    Hi there,

    I think you got the wrong spec. info for Arcs 10. To find an Apacs racquet that has a similar spec. then, let us identify first Arcs 10 correct spec.

    Arcs 10 spec and type of player preferences:

    Flexibility : Stiff
    Weight: 85-89gm(3U) / 90-95gm(2U)
    Head balance: Even
    Level preferences : Advance
    Style of play preferences : All - round

    I've played with Arcs 10 before strung with Yonex BG66 at 29 lbs. IMHO, the closest Apacs racket that i've used that able to give the same performance are:

    1. Apacs Tantrum 200

    Spec:

    Flexibility : Stiff
    Weight: 89gm(3U)
    Head balance: Even (285 +/- 3 mm)
    Level preferences : Advance
    Style of play preferences : All - round

    2. Apacs Visible Hollow 1800

    Spec:

    Flexibility : Stiff
    Weight: 89gm(3U)
    Head balance: Even (285 +/- 3 mm)
    Level preferences : Advance
    Style of play preferences : All - round

    3. Apacs Slayer 99 3U

    Spec:

    Flexibility : Stiff
    Weight: 89gm(3U)
    Head balance: Even (285 +/- 3 mm)
    Level preferences : Advance
    Style of play preferences : All - round

    SS

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    Any recommendations for good mid flex rackets from Apacs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybes View Post
    Any recommendations for good mid flex rackets from Apacs?
    Lethal series perhaps? I m using lethal 8, easy to get used to n handling it is a breeze..clears are easier imo. Itz lite 4u, mid flex. U cn consider this

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    Quote Originally Posted by shooting stroke View Post
    Hi there,

    I think you got the wrong spec. info for Arcs 10. To find an Apacs racquet that has a similar spec. then, let us identify first Arcs 10 correct spec.
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    Hey there SS, thanks very much for the incredibly detailed response!

    I have the Tantrum 200, and I can tell you that the Arc10 that I used is *nothing* like my T200. To be honest, the Arc10 that I used is not exactly genuine, and it had a very obvious heavy head feel to it.

    Shortly after posting my question here, I did a little research on the Yonex website, and basically came to the same conclusion that you pointed out, which is that the Arc10 that I played with do not correspond to the Arc10 as stated on the website.

    Too bad, because I thought the racquet is pretty good, and if I got the genuine article I would be getting more of the real Yonex goodness!

    I do have 2 questions:
    1. Where do you find the specs for the APACS racquets you quoted in your post? Finding a good APACS website with good info is like finding a needle in a haystack.
    2. Any suggestions for a stiff, head-heavy APACS?

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    Any suggestions for a stiff, head-heavy APACS?
    Yes: Lethal 70.

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    hmm.. lethal 8.. is it really mid flex? I had the t200.. just sold it.. too stiff for me.. therefore looking for a less stiff one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by direstraits View Post
    Where do you find the specs for the APACS racquets you quoted in your post? Finding a good APACS website with good info is like finding a needle in a haystack
    www.apacssports.com
    they are now back after so long

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    Hi guys, i am a beginner and i am wondering which model to get:

    1) Apac Edgesaber Z Slayer
    2) Apac Edgesaber 10
    3) Apac Nano 9900
    4) Apac Nano 900 Power

    If possible, please include explanation as to why the one that is chosen is superior to the others, thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saladz View Post
    Hi guys, i am a beginner and i am wondering which model to get:

    1) Apac Edgesaber Z Slayer
    2) Apac Edgesaber 10
    3) Apac Nano 9900
    4) Apac Nano 900 Power

    If possible, please include explanation as to why the one that is chosen is superior to the others, thanks in advance!
    Man, If Uv read thru this thread not even from the beginning u must have a fair Idea which one to start with from your list above. There is sooo much information here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiloo View Post
    Man, If Uv read thru this thread not even from the beginning u must have a fair Idea which one to start with from your list above. There is sooo much information here.
    Believe me, i have gone through most of the recent posts lol and that is how i managed to narrow down to only 4 choices. It's really hard to choose between them as the earlier posts mostly recommended only either one of the four without any comparison.

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