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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
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    Alias 'Natural Gas Producer'.

    Blame the bamboo fibres.

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    ants has it got more power than NS9000X and is it as manuverble

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpro View Post
    ants has it got more power than NS9000X and is it as manuverble
    Why don't you just compare this review to his NS9K-X review?

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    that's a good point actually, i should start compiling all ants's reviews for future reference.

    i wonder if he'll be kind enough to email them to me, assuming he's got them saved on his computer somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ants
    Suitability : Intermediate/Advance. Singles/Doubles racket
    Hmm, according to the Japanese Yonex site, it is said that this racquet is for beginners and intermediate players that want more power out of their hits..
    Yonex' information might be inaccurate, compared to yours. =p

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    Alias 'Natural Gas Producer'.

    Blame the bamboo fibres.
    u mean biofuel converter

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Hmm, according to the Japanese Yonex site, it is said that this racquet is for beginners and intermediate players that want more power out of their hits..
    Yonex' information might be inaccurate, compared to yours. =p
    It is true that the racket is also suitable for beginners. Even Gao Ling who is super advance player is using it. I dont think she is a beginner. . But the racket may most suitable for intermediate players.

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    Good work ants! Always helpful reading your reviews.

    on a side note - just saw your post count, you've hit a "milestone" of 8,888 posts!!! Now you need to go and buy 4D
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    u mean biofuel converter
    And even biomass energy producer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    And even biomass energy producer.
    wow, surely this comparison has run its course by now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    wow, surely this comparison has run its course by now!
    You're right - been on for too long without a whiff of success.

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    Here is the pics & spec of the Arcsaber-7

    http://store.yahoo.co.jp/seiko-spo/arc7.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Temasek Green View Post
    Here is the pics & spec of the Arcsaber-7

    http://store.yahoo.co.jp/seiko-spo/arc7.html
    i don't really undestand this bit of the spec. does that mean that there will be a g6 version of the AS7? and i take it these measurements are the circumferences of the handle for G4, 5 and 6?

    G4(太)G5(細)G6(極細)グリップ周長の中心値(mm)848178

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    whoops, i just copy and pasted that and it looks like it did not come out right, hopefully if you go to the link you'll see it and know what i mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsloh View Post
    Good work ants! Always helpful reading your reviews.

    on a side note - just saw your post count, you've hit a "milestone" of 8,888 posts!!! Now you need to go and buy 4D
    HEheh... thanks.. didnt know that i hit the 8888.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    whoops, i just copy and pasted that and it looks like it did not come out right, hopefully if you go to the link you'll see it and know what i mean.
    from what i can see, that the different weight to different grip sizes too....
    i wonder how smaller G6 to G5. so far, i can see that this model's weight ranging from 2U till 4U. which other model do have these selections??

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    damn, we need someone to translate the page for us.

    i'm beginning to think that it doesn't come in g6 at all, and the stuff at the bottom of the link is just a rough guide for all racquets in general, not specifically for the as7.

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