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    Yeap, I totally agree. As long as you like the racket, who cares . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    I like the 7 more for double... I think the 7 is faster. (note: please don't give me those x-sec crap again)

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    how much is this racket in KL ? .. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    I like the 7 more for double... I think the 7 is faster. (note: please don't give me those x-sec crap again)
    Crap? You should take a look at what Yonex says about why fast swing speed in a badminton racquet requires slim frame dimensions. Pls refer to Yonex T joint patent 7211010 by visiting www. patentstorm.us/patents/7211010-description.html.
    Although Tonex says we are not quite there yet about designing a racquet with extremely slim x-section with durabilty, I think we are already there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Let's keep this all related to the Yonex ArcSaber 10
    Need he say more?

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    We are discussing about ArcSaber 10 being faster than the AT900 P, which many owners seem to agree. I am saying that if true then it is due to the ArcSaber 10's slimmer x-section. Yes, the topic is about ArcSaber 10, but that does not mean any post here must have the word ArcSaber 10. If so, then nothing gets discussed in depth here. Doesn't it satisfy your curiousity to find out the reason for its faster speed and better maneuverability?

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    The other way is to start a new thread to continue the technical discussion with a link to this thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    We are discussing about ArcSaber 10 being faster than the AT900 P, which many owners seem to agree. I am saying that if true then it is due to the ArcSaber 10's slimmer x-section. Yes, the topic is about ArcSaber 10, but that does not mean any post here must have the word ArcSaber 10. If so, then nothing gets discussed in depth here. Doesn't it satisfy your curiousity to find out the reason for its faster speed and better maneuverability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    The other way is to start a new thread to continue the technical discussion with a link to this thread.
    Yes, you are right, if there is more interest in what makes a fast racquet.
    BTW, the patent I referred to was not Yonex's. Yonex's T joint patent is US patent 4575084 and UK's EP1388354.

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    AT-900P, 3UG4, 65Ti@25lbs
    AS-10, 2UG5, NBG95@26lbs
    i felt AS-10 outperformed AT-900P in every aspects except AT-900P was more stable. even baseline smash was awesome. what a beast! if u want to make ur opponents's legs shake in their shoes, go for 2U AS-10!!

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    I was going to ask if anyone has used a 2U ARC10. You made a good choice by choosing the 2U version. Anyone else have tried 2U version?

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    I purchased a 2U Arc-10 (strung with BG85@25lb) a few days ago. I haven't been able to play with it much (will definitely log a lot more hours in the coming week), but my initial impressions are:

    o This thing is heavy! I definitely need to get used to a 'faster' hit timing
    o Drives, clears (backhand as well) and smashes all have a lot more power, but this could be attributed to using a 2U racket (My AT-700/900s are 4Us)

    Hopefully I can adjust to the heavier racket and won't regret that I got a 2U instead of a 3U! It definitely plays like a different racket than what I've been using (the 900P), and I will update everyone with a more detailed analysis in the future~

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    Its not easy to change from 4U to 2U. its easier from 3U to 2U. Take your time to adapt the playability of a 2U racket.

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    hey guys im planning to buy an Arc saber 10 just wondering which string would be best for me if im an offensive player? BG 66 or BG 80? Ive read thru many postings n even my supplier told me that BG 80 works well with high tension but my previous racket i strung it at 25 lbs with BG 65 n my shoulder hurts this is because i just started badminton 2 weeks ago and im loving it so i would like to upgrade to this cool racket, and i restrung my previous racket to a BG 66 at 24lbs which i think its great!

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    BG-66 and BG-80 are both good choices.
    The latter lasts longer, of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalvinSeak View Post
    hey guys im planning to buy an Arc saber 10 just wondering which string would be best for me if im an offensive player? BG 66 or BG 80? Ive read thru many postings n even my supplier told me that BG 80 works well with high tension but my previous racket i strung it at 25 lbs with BG 65 n my shoulder hurts this is because i just started badminton 2 weeks ago and im loving it so i would like to upgrade to this cool racket, and i restrung my previous racket to a BG 66 at 24lbs which i think its great!
    NBG-95 It really packs a punch

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    ahh ok will try out NBG-95 when i get my arc hehe =D most probably next week cant wait

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    NBG98 not bad too.... hah.. now i got you thinking.. hehehe..

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