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    Quote Originally Posted by shot3gun View Post
    The arc 7 is a LOT stiffer than the Arc 10. Trust me.
    HAH. funny, you are.the ARC10 is a bit stiffer than the ARC7

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    Arc 7 is medium stiff while arc 10 is stiff
    in my mind
    flexible < medium < stiff < extra stiff
    <--less stiff - more stiff-->

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    Arc5 looks like the Ti-10 3rd Gen I have.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jymbalaya View Post
    HAH. funny, you are.the ARC10 is a bit stiffer than the ARC7
    Quote Originally Posted by Deathsticks View Post
    Arc 7 is medium stiff while arc 10 is stiff
    in my mind
    flexible < medium < stiff < extra stiff
    <--less stiff - more stiff-->
    Quote Originally Posted by shot3gun View Post
    The arc 7 is a LOT stiffer than the Arc 10. Trust me.
    That's racket's feeling is Arc 7 is stiffer than Arc10 upon shuttle impact. Arc 10 is stiffer than Arc 7.

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    Flex the rackets yourself.

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    would you say the arcsaber 5 is a mid range racket? since its 5 and not 7 9 10 or z?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    That's racket's feeling is Arc 7 is stiffer than Arc10 upon shuttle impact. Arc 10 is stiffer than Arc 7.
    still dont quite understand. so is it a good thing for weaker player with arc7?

    arc10 and 5 which 1 stiffer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    still dont quite understand. so is it a good thing for weaker player with arc7?

    arc10 and 5 which 1 stiffer?
    Well Arc7 is easy to use. It's realy player preference.

    As I mentinoed earlier, I will be able to try out the Arc 5 this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shot3gun View Post
    Flex the rackets yourself.
    Flexing the shaft does does is not a good reference because it does not reflect how it performs in gameplay. It's more like me saying saying, oh I swing the racket which is "head heavy", but I feel that it is not. It does not change the facts.

    Try it in actual gameplay. Arc10 is more powerful than Arc7.
    Last edited by Matt; 12-09-2009 at 09:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Well Arc7 is easy to use. It's realy player preference.

    As I mentinoed earlier, I will be able to try out the Arc 5 this weekend.
    I've tried the 10 and didn't like it much so it does come down to player's preference at times. I've been wanting but haven't had the chance to try the 7 yet but I hear really good things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    I've tried the 10 and didn't like it much so it does come down to player's preference at times. I've been wanting but haven't had the chance to try the 7 yet but I hear really good things about it.
    Arc7 is effective using wrist power. Arc10 is effective using leverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Arc7 is effective using wrist power. Arc10 is effective using leverage.
    if so, then thats probably why I don't like the 10. i shall go try it out soon

    thanks matt

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    I finally tried the Arc5.

    This racket is more stiff than Arc7 for sure. It took me sometime getting used tryng to get the power down as I wasn't use to the stiffness. After a while, I sort of figured it out and doing powerful smashes and drives with it, more deadly than Arc7. I can say it's pretty responsive if for players with quick wrists.

    I will play it more tommorow since I have not fully gotten use to the racket since at times, I swapped back to my Arc7.

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    btw are the shaft length or the handle length of arc5 same as arc7 and 10?

    and is arc7 and arc10 have same shaft and handle length?

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    Shafe/Handle length is the same on all the three racket.

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    i wonder if the Z slash's smaller frame will be used in any other rackets

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    Overall, I'll stick with my 7 even thou 5 is ok to me. The feel is somewhat close to my liking to the 7.

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