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Thread: Yonex ArcSaber 10 Review
04-24-2008, 02:07 AM #919
I don't see any reason why people cannot add lead tapes on the frame. I have been playing badminton for these number of years (approx. 30 years), I really cannot comprehend the rationale behind.
04-24-2008, 02:18 AM #920
ha ha,maybe the new member is yonex messenger who affraid that people wont buy new yonex racket,but just modified the existing racket become what we want.cause this modification really2 interisting.Even I put golf lead tape which one heavier than tennis lead tape on my nanospeed 8000.
if every people can modified nano 8000 became arc saber 10,maybe more powerfull than arc saber 10, why do people should buy arc saber 10?,only for solid feel?,I think it dooesnt to important,nano 8000 already had sold feeling to,even arc saber feel nicer than nano 8000
I mean this modification can make Y.... profit goes down,if everybody know about this,thats why i always keep telling Hansip dont tell to anybody about this modification,except people that u already known well.
ha2 interisting isnt it ??
armortec 800 defense can become 800 off
iso swing power ss can become sx
even sx can become ss
04-24-2008, 02:25 AM #921
This Tuesday evening, I have a minor clash because my new partner cut into my path, snatching my shuttle. I pulled back my Arc Saber but... the clash was still unavoidable... I was pretty surprised. I heard the metal clashing sound, and you can feel that you are having a strong racket (don't test it please! ). The entire racket was intact; no chip off at all.
04-24-2008, 02:37 AM #922
Hi Chua, racquets that can withstand clashes are not necessarily the best racquets. Actually the best racquets using the best materials will not sell, simply because they will shatter from even minor clashes. Racquets are marketing compromises. Racquets that use the raw materials kevlar and hmg can withstand clashes better than others. The trick is to make a kevlar/hmg material racquet with high playability-it is not easy because you have to try out various kevlar/hmg/uhmg/epoxy resin matrix. At best you can make a good kevlar racquet but not a great one.
04-24-2008, 02:46 AM #923
04-24-2008, 02:52 AM #924
04-24-2008, 03:14 AM #925
Just want to share my problem and let people who has the same problem aware of the alternative solution. But some people are getting the message differently.
Basically if I have more money I will buy a 2U Arch 10, I pretty much confidence that it will be better of for offense. May be next year.
BTW now with little bit of experience I am very much satisfied.
Before, when I switch from Arch to Ti, I felt my Ti is much better.
Now when I switch, I felt my arch is better than Ti-10.
04-24-2008, 03:31 AM #926
04-24-2008, 03:36 AM #927
04-24-2008, 04:07 AM #928
04-24-2008, 04:36 AM #929
By the time, if the arcsaber-700 really launch.
Then, you guy will complaint head too heavy. Defence very slow. Caused your arm painful.
After that, try to do some stupid thing to make it head light back.
At the end, hope that Yonex come out ArcNano 8000 with is head light balance.
04-24-2008, 07:46 AM #930
04-24-2008, 08:06 AM #931
Hi, I agree with HKChua, I already had a couple of racquet hits with arc10 and I was surprise that it didnt suffer a paint chip at all. It is in contrast with my nano9000 with which I broke two of them already from a minor racquet clash. I truly feel that there was something really wrong with the quality of nano9000 racquets. Arcsaber series is a Yonex coming back to its tradition of quality and durable racquets. My friends keep reminding me how powerful and durable their ti and muscle power series racquets as compared to the newer yonex and carlton racquets. Despite what Taneepaks said my idea of a very good racquet is something that would improve my badminton game without me buying a new one every couple of months.
04-24-2008, 09:43 PM #932
04-24-2008, 09:58 PM #933
If you want a head heavy ARC10, you can easily take off the original grip and use a tennis overgrip.( use the entire grip, don't cut it short)
Someone said that BG66 suits ARC10. After trying that, I agree with it.
BG66 provid more solid feel on impact over BG80.
I didn't like BG66 on my other rackets at all.
But with ARC10, they match each other.
04-24-2008, 10:32 PM #934
04-24-2008, 10:34 PM #935
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