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    Quote Originally Posted by ct_23 View Post
    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..
    Ti-10 is not available in other countries .........
    only available in HK, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore.........
    master SH needs to persuade Yonex USA to get 1 for him by ship in from elsewhere......

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    Ti-10 is not available in other countries .........
    only available in HK, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore.........
    master SH needs to persuade Yonex USA to get 1 for him by ship in from elsewhere......
    and korea as well...

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    any of you guys know if the pros (GL and couple of others) use 3U or 2U? Just curious.

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    They are all using 3Us.

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    yesterday i saw asean games, looks like hendra setiawan use this racket too, his smash perform much faster and better than other comrades.
    maybe due his swing speed, so damn fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    yesterday i saw asean games, looks like hendra setiawan use this racket too, his smash perform much faster and better than other comrades.
    maybe due his swing speed, so damn fast...
    i thot he is using at800de

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i thot he is using at800de
    You're right, I'm pretty sure Hendra is still using AT800D, or at least from the HK Open 2007.

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    at asean games final 1st set i absolutely sure he use arc-7, due to yellow and black color, but for second set he might change to another.
    ants??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    at asean games final 1st set i absolutely sure he use arc-7, due to yellow and black color, but for second set he might change to another.
    ants??
    You calling me for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    You calling me for?
    yup, for the master of pro player's equipment, we need some enlightment here

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifuyono View Post
    at asean games final 1st set i absolutely sure he use arc-7, due to yellow and black color, but for second set he might change to another.
    ants??
    What kind of enlightenment do i have to explain from this statement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    What kind of enlightenment do i have to explain from this statement?
    hendra's racket..

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    u mean During SEAGAMES?

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    yeah, during sea games, mainly on final

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    i just got an Arc7 (3U) yesterday and strung it with BG66 at 25lbs. being a user of the NS7700 and Ti10 (lately the Ti10 has been my regular racquet), i must say that when i tried the Arc7 today, it felt initially a bit flat... then after playing several games with it, i found that the Arc7 does feel very different from my other racquets. control was very good and the power was there - just that i had to readjust from using the Ti10. if u mishit, the sound of the shuttle hitting the strings would sound really weird. hmm must play more to get better impressions of this interesting racquet.

    the stringers has mentioned that this racquet is able to take >30lbs tension easily.

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    This is my final review of the ARC7.
    It is a good racquet. Given the best score is 10 and worse is 0.

    Defense 9
    Smash 7
    Power 8
    Control 9
    User Friendly 6

    This is a racquet for advanced player. You need to get the right technique and hit it right to get the most power. Also right string such as BG85, BG80 or Ashaway MP will help on the power depot also. String at your own regular tension range, no need to adjust on the first try,

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    more ARC7 pix












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