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    Does anyone have the latest chart,that includes the arc10,9,9900?

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    Here's the Yonex selection chart from the 2009 catalog You can obtain it from here:

    http://www.yonex.dk/fileadmin/data/f...inton_2009.pdf

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    looks there are all kinds of confusing charts... maybe it is better to just try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jediwannabe View Post



    Here's the Yonex selection chart from the 2009 catalog You can obtain it from here:

    http://www.yonex.dk/fileadmin/data/f...inton_2009.pdf
    according to this chart the ns9900 is slightly head heavy which is weird as on the shaft it reads head light balance

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    The charts states that it's neither head heavy nor head light. Smack bang in the middle.

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    So then shouldn't it state it is even balanced ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormfox View Post
    hmm.. saw those XY chart... not exactly what i had in mind...

    something like these below.... i managed to get a couple o clear shots of the Carbonex section of the list... the rest are unclear cos the lamination causes out of focus for the text. (resized to fit forum limits)

    Any one has any leads on where to find this? else i cab go back and try taking down the rest for everyone if you all find it useful
    This chart seems to have more details.... where you take the pic? U have clearer ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    So then shouldn't it state it is even balanced ?
    Only going by the chart. I don't have a NS9900 to check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukwomble View Post
    That doesn't look right.

    Yonex lists the NS9000S as "stiff" and the NS9000X as "extra stiff". They are to the far right of the chart.

    So it looks like

    Right = Stiff
    Left = Flex

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    What it means is that on the right is the repulsive rackets that give u more power and allows u to feed of the power of the other person as well
    Hold means that the racquet holds the shuttle on the string bed longer and therefore you are able to control the shuttle better and easier

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    can some one clarify whats hold means?

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    It is the opposite of replusion
    While repulsion allows the shutle to fire of the strings at speed hold means that the shuttle is kept on the stringbed for a longer time and therefore you get more control and accuracy which means that the arcs 7,9,10 racquets allow you to control the shutle whereas the nanospeeds let the shuttle fire of the strings
    Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    It is the opposite of replusion
    While repulsion allows the shutle to fire of the strings at speed hold means that the shuttle is kept on the stringbed for a longer time
    but wouldn't that be more related to the string tension instead??

    anyway can someone enlighten me on how many types of ti10 are there exactly now? and what do they differ in??Is ti 10 head heavy or head light? been looking through many threads but i'm confused

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    just reading what the yonex catalogue said in the arcsaber section diving birdie

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivingBirdie View Post
    but wouldn't that be more related to the string tension instead??

    anyway can someone enlighten me on how many types of ti10 are there exactly now? and what do they differ in??Is ti 10 head heavy or head light? been looking through many threads but i'm confused
    I have ti10 gen 2nd, it's written even balance.
    Ti10 so far have 3 version, their spec are the same, i guess.. But few people said 1st and 3rd gen tend to a little more head heavy than 2nd gen.
    But the color a little bit diffret, 1st gen tend to black, 2nd gen yellow, 3rd gen purple.

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    Default Re: Arc Saber Z Slash

    Anyone out there know where the new yonex racket the Arc Saber Z Slash fits on the chart?

    Thanks.

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