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    haha yes you did according to DinkALot's review i can see that its the best for power but the rest are good and average, oh well ill just try em all and see what suits me best haha thanks! btw lets stick to topic ! Thanks alot guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    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?
    I think my 3U feels as hevay as a 2U.. so I can't imagine how heavy the 2U will be..

    I cant se why anyone would want sucha aheavy racket anno 2008.. light and powerful is certainly better than heavy and powerful :-)

    Rather a more headheavy 3U for power than a mid balanced 2U..
    Sorry can't just see the logic why to choose a 2U arc-10!

    /T

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I think my 3U feels as hevay as a 2U.. so I can't imagine how heavy the 2U will be..

    I cant se why anyone would want sucha aheavy racket anno 2008.. light and powerful is certainly better than heavy and powerful :-)

    Rather a more headheavy 3U for power than a mid balanced 2U..
    Sorry can't just see the logic why to choose a 2U arc-10!

    /T
    I agree.

    The 3U Arc 10 is even much heavier than AT-700 (the feel), and it can generate as powerful smashes.

    The more you use the Arc 10, the powerful it will become....

    Thanks.

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    Are you guys referring to the head heaviness of the ArcSaber 10? The 2U version might be more balanced but has more overall mass. Can anyone do a test with both the 2U and 3U?

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    BTW, any issue with the T joint durability so far? Any breakage around the T joint area?

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    sorry im new here but may i know what is the SP and JP version what are the differences?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalvinSeak View Post
    sorry im new here but may i know what is the SP and JP version what are the differences?
    JP distributed in Japan
    SP distributed in Singapore

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    SP distributed in South East Asia region.

    Quote Originally Posted by MSN04 View Post
    JP distributed in Japan
    SP distributed in Singapore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    Are you guys referring to the head heaviness of the ArcSaber 10? The 2U version might be more balanced but has more overall mass. Can anyone do a test with both the 2U and 3U?
    To me the ARC-10 3u really feels like a mid-balanced 2U..

    To confirm my feelings, I took my scale and measured one of my 900Ps and compared to my arc-10..

    The 900P 3U4 with bg80@28lbs was slightly less than 90g.. and the arc-10 3U3 with bg80@28lbs was 94g (original grip, no overgrips etc).. So at least I am happy that I can trust my senses :-)

    Anyone have an Arc-10 3U4 that could share the weight with bg80?? (no overgrip etc of course) ?? I am curios how much the grip size difference counts for if anything..

    When I break the strings next time I will try to remember to weigh it unstrung as well

    Personally I think YY should have made the arc-10 lighter.. If it mid balanced it should definitively not be heavier than the more head-heavy options like 900P in my opinion..

    It would make more sense to have a 4U and a 3U option of arc-10 imop, than a 2U/3U option...

    I never understood the point of making head-light or mid balanced racket that are overall heavy.. That kind of defeats the desing purpose of makim the quick and agile...

    /Twobeer

    P.S. I am abit confused here.. I just measured my Mizuno TX700 and it was 80g !! with RX100@27lbs ... very confusing.. maybe the scale is poorly calibrated.. or the 3U5 mizuno is really that light and head-heavy?? D.S.
    Last edited by twobeer; 03-30-2008 at 06:36 PM.

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    performance/quality/durability wise are there any difference between the SP and the JP version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalvinSeak View Post
    performance/quality/durability wise are there any difference between the SP and the JP version?
    I think there is little/no difference in the performance but there is a difference in quality and durability.

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    i am so happy with AS-10 and yesterday i went to shop a 3u one for my friend, S$279 including NBG95 string. a bit odd to me is that i felt 3ug5 is more head heavy than 3ug4. anyone got the same feeling? btw, it is difficult to get a 2u one in SG

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    Quote Originally Posted by needspeed View Post
    i am so happy with AS-10 and yesterday i went to shop a 3u one for my friend, S$279 including NBG95 string. a bit odd to me is that i felt 3ug5 is more head heavy than 3ug4. anyone got the same feeling? btw, it is difficult to get a 2u one in SG
    You are correct, the 3UG5 is more head heavy than 3UG4, because your grip size is smaller (with a lighter wooden handle).

    It is off course good for you if you are having a small palm. But... if your palm is huge, G4 will be more adequate...

    Thanks.

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    he...he..., i can almost hold a basket ball single hand but still prefer g5 grip easier to twist it right & left

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    P.S. I am abit confused here.. I just measured my Mizuno TX700 and it was 80g !! with RX100@27lbs ... very confusing.. maybe the scale is poorly calibrated.. or the 3U5 mizuno is really that light and head-heavy?? D.S.
    Sorry guess I was tired yesturday evening the TX900 with gosen strings was abt. 90g :-) so abt. same as 900P

    /T

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua View Post
    You are correct, the 3UG5 is more head heavy than 3UG4, because your grip size is smaller (with a lighter wooden handle).

    It is off course good for you if you are having a small palm. But... if your palm is huge, G4 will be more adequate...

    Thanks.
    Different sizes of grips (G) and weight (U) of a model should have identical balance point. If not, then the qc is not doing its job. Smaller wooden handles weigh the same as larger handles. The way they do this is a mix of drilled holes (to reduce /balance weight) and a plastic/rubber ballast (add/adjust weight) at the cap end of the wooden handle.

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    hi, sorry i'm new in this forum
    i just bought my AS 10 3U G5 and i think it's the best racket i have since.
    actually i dont understand does 3U mean the weight of the racket or only the weight of the head only?
    previously i used armortec 800 of.
    anybody would like to answer me? thanks

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