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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    Nice pics, what string/tension will you be using on the ARC10?
    I am thinking 23/25, NBG98. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    I am thinking 23/25, NBG98. What do you think?
    Try 25/27 instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    I am thinking 23/25, NBG98. What do you think?
    If you can handle it..25lbs-26lbs might be good if you player with feathers. If it's plastics I think it's fine. Btw you reply so fast !

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    thx for the suggestion, antz and azn_123

    (yeah, I am waiting for a conferece call... so... haha... nth happening atm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    thx for the suggestion, antz and azn_123

    (yeah, I am waiting for a conferece call... so... haha... nth happening atm)
    Ah I see, do you have a NS9k S or X? I was wondering if you had the X could you do a comparision with the ARC10 and the NS9k X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    Ah I see, do you have a NS9k S or X? I was wondering if you had the X could you do a comparision with the ARC10 and the NS9k X.
    hard to compare..2 different types of racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    Ah I see, do you have a NS9k S or X? I was wondering if you had the X could you do a comparision with the ARC10 and the NS9k X.
    err.... it is hard for a beginner to give you good comparison/comment... I can try tho...

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    Lol MSN04, 23/25, so low!! Even my Arc7 is tighter than that and Alan is trying to copy my reference acckkk!!

    By the way, none of your rackets will be done first because my rackets is on the top of the list as top priority by default!! hahahahahahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    I am thinking 23/25, NBG98. What do you think?
    what color of string you want to use? Yellow, gold or red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Lol MSN04, 23/25, so low!! Even my Arc7 is tighter than that and Alan is trying to copy my reference acckkk!!

    By the way, none of your rackets will be done first because my rackets is on the top of the list as top priority by default!! hahahahahahah
    on top of the clashing/breaking list? wahahhahaha~!

    All my racquets were strung at 23 or 22 lbs... so I don't know....
    well... I used to play with walmart 10-dollar racquet

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWK207 View Post
    what color of string you want to use? Yellow, gold or red?
    Red... got the red ones in the same order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    on top of the clashing/breaking list? wahahhahaha~!

    All my racquets were strung at 23 or 22 lbs... so I don't know....
    well... I used to play with walmart 10-dollar racquet
    ROFL!!! I don't think Wallmart was around here when you got the racket!! Maybe from Zellers or Sport Check ahahahhah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Yoda View Post
    ER yes it does mean your technique is bad. try swinging your racket with just your arm/shoulder and then just with your wrist. You will find that you can swing the racket faster using just your wrist.

    Just using your arm shoulder is what gives people shoulder problems and tennis elbow etc.

    You will get so much more power from your strokes

    Anyone who has had proper coaching will be wrist players
    I get much more power using forearm rotation than using my wrist, and I get more power from adding shoulder. I actually lose power if I try to snap my wrist. That's how it works for me.

    Sorry about being off topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    If you can handle it..25lbs-26lbs might be good if you player with feathers. If it's plastics I think it's fine. Btw you reply so fast !
    Sorry, I just noticed a typo, it was suppose to be "might be good if you play".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    I get much more power using forearm rotation than using my wrist, and I get more power from adding shoulder. I actually lose power if I try to snap my wrist. That's how it works for me.

    Sorry about being off topic.
    Give yourself another 10 years, you will like flicking with wrists...

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Lol MSN04, 23/25, so low!! Even my Arc7 is tighter than that and Alan is trying to copy my reference acckkk!!

    By the way, none of your rackets will be done first because my rackets is on the top of the list as top priority by default!! hahahahahahah
    GR! Matt lol jk....I'm just giving a recommendation!

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    was finally able to try the 10 today

    strung my 3UG4 10 with BG-80 at 24lbs.

    first impressions was how RED it was, but after a while it kind of grew on me. to be honest, the 7 is a better looking racquet! if the grip wasn't red then it wouldn't have been such a shock. on the first touch i thought "OMG, so (head) heavy" but after swing it a couple of times the heaviness disappeared.

    the very first contact with the cork was just plain solid! it reminded me when i first used the 700 minus the heaviness. like most, clears were quite effortless, smashes were much faster and more accurate (in terms of where i want them to go) and response time during defense was quick. was able to return smashes to the baseline or just whip it cross court without too much effort.
    shuttle placements wasn't much of a problem. net play wise, i was able to generate more spin on the shuttle but after 3 weeks off, net play was a bit of the bad side. the fast flat exchanges were really easy on the forearms and wrist.

    overall, it's quite similar to the 7 but on smashes and drives, the 10 requires less effort. hopefully when i have recovered from my flu i will be able to discover more positive aspects of the 10.

    while waiting for friends, some people had a feel for the racquet and was quite impressed with the weight of it. i've already have people queueing up for a little play.

    should i start saying "goo-bye" to the 900P? that is a hard question to answer!

    well, that's my 2 cents

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