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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    Here's a link to the new 2010 Yonex specs chart(couldn't copy and paste here);
    http://www.bustedracquet.us/
    Thanx, this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by badman2009 View Post
    Suggested tension for ARC8DX is upto 27~28LBS.

    It is different to the other Yonex rackets.
    Most of the high end Yonex racquets before the Arc8DX, the max tension recommended have been 25#s...even though most hard hitters have them in the high 20s.

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    For the 2 suggested strings, above and below what is the difference? Anyone can read japanese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapA_xlonG View Post
    For the 2 suggested strings, above and below what is the difference? Anyone can read japanese?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...&postcount=235

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    Quote Originally Posted by jediwannabe View Post
    Yonex Badminton Catalog 2010




    Why is at900 "technique" on the side of the repulsion and the power
    one on the hold side ? Isn't this meant to be the contrary ??

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    based on this chart, is Nanospeed 9900 very good at smashing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck1981 View Post
    based on this chart, is Nanospeed 9900 very good at smashing??
    Yes NS9900 very good at smashing, but need a very strong arm/shoulder with lots of energy.

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    Can someone explain what is the difference between "Hold" and "Repulsion" (that you see on the selection charts) and why you would want one or the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael23 View Post
    Can someone explain what is the difference between "Hold" and "Repulsion" (that you see on the selection charts) and why you would want one or the other?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...highlight=hold

    Particularly #2, 15 & 17 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    You're a time-saver and a real gentleman, demolidor.

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    That should've been #10 instead of #15 btw .

    If you want to label things I guess you could say repulsion has excellent counterattacking qualities whilst hold gives you more control over the shuttle. Armortec's in between as too much hold same way too low a tension doesn't maximize the trampoline effect and too high a tension doesn't give enough trampline effect. Speaking from a layman's point of view . Perhaps the more you shift to the repulsive side of the axis the more vibration as well(?) but other factors like shaft stiffness and strings/tension in particular can compensate or enhance the specific qualities.
    But there are far more technologically knowledgeable members here that I'm sure can and/or have explain(ed) better. Only interested up to a certain level ... give me anything and i'll play with it.

    Nothing beats out trying in person as a wise man once said

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    You're a time-saver and a real gentleman, demolidor.
    +1. It's becoming harder and harder to search for things on BC. However, even after the reading the thread, I'm still confused I hope some Yonex representative can explain it once and for all!

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    It seems like there's a trend to the Yonex racket chart. Head light rackets like the Nano series tend to have a repulsion characteristics. Even balance rackets like the Arcsaber series tend to have hold characteristics and Head heavy rackets like the Armotec and Voltric are in between the spectrum.

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    may I know where is yonex carbonex 8 in this chart?

    and I'm sorry to ask a newb question, what is the differences between head heavy and head light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    may I know where is yonex carbonex 8 in this chart?

    and I'm sorry to ask a newb question, what is the differences between head heavy and head light?
    no idea where the Cab8 would be, the racket was put before I was born.

    And to answer the 2bd question short and vaguely (as it's been asked 1000 times before)

    Head heavy = Easy power, Hard Defence
    Head light = Easy Defence, harder to generate power

    Of course ability, fitness and flexibility of shaft all play a part.

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    how abt MP22??????

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