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    Default TI 10 vs NS8000 vs ARCSABER 7

    Anyone have comment and comparison information for this 3 racket?Ti 10 3rd gen with shorter grip right?

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    Wow....I've never seen anyone comparing these since they are all for different players and different characteristics.

    Ti-10 3rd Gen is head-heavy and without vibration dampening cone cap. Stiffness is similar to an Arc10, and second most stiff of the 3 racquets.

    NS8000 is head-light and with "solid feel core" and no vibration dampening cone cap. Stiffness is more than Ti-10 and Arc7.

    Arcsaber 7 is even-balanced and with vibration dampening cone cap. Least stiff of the 3 racquets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Arcsaber 7 is even-balanced and with vibration dampening cone cap. Least stiff of the 3 racquets.
    Since when did the Arc7 have a vibration dampening cone. Counterfeit? LOL!!

    NS7700 is the one with the Vibration Filter Cap. Arc7 has the Control Support Cap (C.S.CAP).
    Last edited by Matt; 07-14-2009 at 01:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Since when did the Arc7 have a vibration dampening cone. Counterfeit? LOL!!

    NS7700 is the one with the Vibration Filter Cap. Arc7 has the Control Support Cap (C.S.CAP).
    Hacks! Haha~ Just kidding... Yea, Matt's got the technical term down....Excuse me!

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    lol! Well because the design of the cap is different which is why I posted ! eheh! It did not make sense to me when I saw it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    Wow....I've never seen anyone comparing these since they are all for different players and different characteristics.

    Ti-10 3rd Gen is head-heavy and without vibration dampening cone cap. Stiffness is similar to an Arc10, and second most stiff of the 3 racquets.

    NS8000 is head-light and with "solid feel core" and no vibration dampening cone cap. Stiffness is more than Ti-10 and Arc7.

    Arcsaber 7 is even-balanced and with vibration dampening cone cap. Least stiff of the 3 racquets.
    Ti-10 3rd gen is not head-heavy

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    Looks like Gemcat does not quite know his stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wan Njang View Post
    Ti-10 3rd gen is not head-heavy
    I feel TI-10 3rd generation is rather head-heavy tho ... well .. it's not as heavy as AT700 or AT900, but definitely it's heavier than NS8000 and Arc Saber 7 - perhaps because it has shorter grip; hence players are tend to hold the racket toward the end of the racket and therefore feel heavier in the racket head frame.

    Nevertheless, among 3 of them (TI-10, NS8000 and Arc Saber 7), I vote for Ti-10 - especially the 2nd generation. IMO, It provides powerful smash and clearance while preserving easy-to-meanuver defense. Arc Saber 7 probably is my 2nd choice among those 3

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    well, i think that with some practice, the NS8K could become a good racket to use. i find it pretty powerful, and its maneuverability is excellent.

    however, i agree you cant go wrong with a Ti10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wan Njang View Post
    Ti-10 3rd gen is not head-heavy
    I have both Ti-10 2nd Gen and 3rd Gen. Ti-10 2nd Gen is head-light and it's in 3UG5. Ti-10 3rd Gen is originally head-light but modified to head-heavy and it's in 2UG4. That's reason why I said it's head-heavy...haha~ Sorry if I was confusing~

    And I love NS8000!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    I have both Ti-10 2nd Gen and 3rd Gen. Ti-10 2nd Gen is head-light and it's in 3UG5. Ti-10 3rd Gen is originally head-light but modified to head-heavy and it's in 2UG4. That's reason why I said it's head-heavy...haha~ Sorry if I was confusing~

    And I love NS8000!
    Now sound more reasonable...

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    Sounds like the racket is lead-taped to make it head heavy !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Sounds like the racket is lead-taped to make it head heavy !!
    Busted!

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