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    I second what jerby said. In a way, you need to hit it right to get the power. On the other hand, you can miss hit and still get the shot over in a good position. That is why I call this a "lucky" racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Not really. I think this is the luckiest racquet I have used so far. If I have a choice of racquet from my bag, here is my selection from first to 5th.
    1) Cab30ms
    2) NS8K
    3) NS9K-x
    4) ARC7
    5) AT700
    How about Ti-10 (new version)? i can assure you would not regret owning one though. (suggest to use BG80 @ 27lb-V; 25lb-S or 1lb lower depending on your wrist strength)

    Try n let me know your comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrummerBoyGreg View Post
    For YinLoung:
    Where do you buy your Yonex racquets in Canada? I'm having a tough time finding a dealer with decent prices.

    For silentheart:
    You mentioned that to get a good price, you just need to know where to buy and who to ask. So, where do you recommend buying from? Also, do you have any Arc7's left?
    Not every store has ArcSaber 7 but I recall finding a lot of them at sport expert - stcathrine - quebec...... if that's where you are. It's priced 239.99$ + tax ( 272~$ ) and stringing is about 10-30 \$ depending where u go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ct_23 View Post
    How about Ti-10 (new version)? i can assure you would not regret owning one though. (suggest to use BG80 @ 27lb-V; 25lb-S or 1lb lower depending on your wrist strength)

    Try n let me know your comment
    Sorry, Ti-10 is not available in US. Yonex would not let me have one. I amnot ablut to pay full price in Asia and S/H charge just to know it is a good racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Sorry, Ti-10 is not available in US. Yonex would not let me have one. I amnot ablut to pay full price in Asia and S/H charge just to know it is a good racquet.

    not recommended to you?
    dont get piss off(ablut??)............

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post

    not recommended to you?
    dont get piss off(ablut??)............
    Dear Master Drifit.
    I can not recommend the new Ti-10 because I have not tried it yet. I just can not say good or bad on the racquet or give out any opinion untill I actually try it out.
    Yes, I have been very busy these days. Between my real job, my no pay job and by charity job, my wife is threatening me not to give me any XXXX job because I am just too busy.
    SH

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Dear Master Drifit.
    I can not recommend the new Ti-10 because I have not tried it yet. I just can not say good or bad on the racquet or give out any opinion untill I actually try it out.
    Yes, I have been very busy these days. Between my real job, my no pay job and by charity job, my wife is threatening me not to give me any XXXX job because I am just too busy.
    SH
    blow............ just let me filled in the blank
    Ti-10 is great racket. i did mention so many times already. all rounder with extra punch of power in smash. even balance(slightly head heavy), less stiff shaft. if not that great racket, Yonex will not continue to produce it......
    the most important point of all, are you good in badminton to judge a racket?
    most people just talk about equipment, do one wonder how reliable the informations being tell?

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    SH, you can always argue why Yonex USA isn't getting good sales in badminton, just like they won't give you the Ti-10 or won't attempt. If it was Tennis, I bet they would stretch their legs! ^.^ Just a theory! =)

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    Dear Drifit,
    You have a very dirty mind. It is "GOOD" job...

    Dear Matt,
    You are right, I got RQiS1 and 2 before they went on sale. Also, YY did stretch their 3 leg and send me a RQiS2 in 4 1/8 grip size for my wife at very deep discount when I asked. Or I will have no racquet for testing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Dear Drifit,
    You have a very dirty mind. It is "GOOD" job...
    aikes.... you filled in the wrong blank......
    back to thread's title;
    Arc7 is a good/great racket if one can fully utilize its performance.
    great whipping sound, what i can say......

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    rofl. One thing for sure, SH work hard for the money, so hard for his honey

    back to topic.
    Maybe with nanotube construction, we can't compare AS7 'shaft' flexibility conventionally like with other regular graphite rackets. Man, how do i write this without sounding dirty??
    Last edited by cooler; 12-06-2007 at 01:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    rofl. One thing for sure, SH work hard for the money, so hard for his honey

    back to topic.
    Maybe with nanotube construction, we can't compare AS7 'shaft' flexibility conventionally like with other regular graphite rackets. Man, how do i write this without sounding dirty??
    Oh Master Cooler,
    You are good, so very good.
    I just got the new ad material from Yonex. From my reading and deduction of the mumbo jumbo. I think the newCS nano carbon give flexability in 1 direction (up and down for the shaft) while it is rigid sided to side (resist torque) This give you the control with great whipping shaft. It only sound dirty when you have a dirty mind...
    PS: Yonex 2008 calandar is in. I will ship some for you next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    PS: Yonex 2008 calandar is in. I will ship some for you next time.
    is me included in the shipping list........

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    is me included in the shipping list........
    I would, except it is cheaper for you to go to your local shop and ask for the free one there than I ship it to you... Wait for the pictures this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    I would, except it is cheaper for you to go to your local shop and ask for the free one there than I ship it to you... Wait for the pictures this weekend.

    i thought shipping cost borne by sender...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Oh Master Cooler,
    You are good, so very good.
    I just got the new ad material from Yonex. From my reading and deduction of the mumbo jumbo. I think the newCS nano carbon give flexability in 1 direction (up and down for the shaft) while it is rigid sided to side (resist torque) This give you the control with great whipping shaft. It only sound dirty when you have a dirty mind...
    PS: Yonex 2008 calandar is in. I will ship some for you next time.
    Ahh I guess that's why the racket does not perform well on plastics!! =) It's designed for feathers - which the game is meant to be played!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Sorry, Ti-10 is not available in US. Yonex would not let me have one. I amnot ablut to pay full price in Asia and S/H charge just to know it is a good racquet.

    What a 'pitty' you dont have a chance to try Ti-10......Since you have read a alot hence giving your comments here...Why not you write to Yonex asking for a T1-10 on a special price..

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