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    so attractive, I want one

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    How does compare with Arc-Z?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    How does compare with Arc-Z?

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    No comparison(used both). I'd say it's a A900/Arc10 combo stick...love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    How does compare with Arc-Z?
    ...and AT900T??

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    some posters are comparing it to the old AT-700. are the rackets at all similar to each other?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobee View Post
    Well... if u like Arc 10 then u will like Arc 8.
    Just wondering, what would be the main similarities and differences between the 8DX and the 10? I'm looking to finally get new rackets to slowly replace my MP99s. I know the 10 is a good replacement but how would the 10 compare with the new 8DX?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I finally used the Arc 8 DX last night (3UG4). Feels quite good in terms of the playability since it plays and feels similar to that of Arc 7.

    The differences is the stiffness as it is a bit stiffer and it does feel a little on the light side swings a little fast compared to Arc 7, therefore you need to adjust the timing a bit. Other than that, I believe it's a pretty good racket to use.
    Which G and U size of 8DX do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    Which G and U size of 8DX do you have?

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    3UG4. I think you must of miss-read it because when you quoted me, the answer is already there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ishak.ahmad View Post
    One question, is it available in singapore now ?
    Saw a few pieces in Queensway, selling around SGD250.

    Didn't buy it coz I didn't find it spectacular or with new tech. I don't prefer even balance/Arcsaber series.

    Previously someone has posted a side by side picture of ARc8 vs ArcZ;
    I found that the frame of Arc8 is thicker than ArcZ and is somehow similar in thickness to Arc 10.

    On the plus side, the colors is more traditional and the warrantied tension is up by 3 pounds for a 3U racquet.

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    I want, where can I get ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I finally used the Arc 8 DX last night (3UG4). Feels quite good in terms of the playability since it plays and feels similar to that of Arc 7.
    @Matt:

    Would you consider to take 4U3G or 3U3G racket.

    So I have to choice between 4U and 3U. Any thoughts?

    Thx

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    Can I know what type of fame is the 8DX? (aero or box)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    @Matt:

    Would you consider to take 4U3G or 3U3G racket.

    So I have to choice between 4U and 3U. Any thoughts?

    Thx
    At the moment, there are no 4U Arcsaber rackets. They're offered in 3U or 2U only.

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    A real pity actually, that Yonex doesn't make even-balance 4U racquets. Considering how many racquets Yonex puts out into the market, I'm surprised that there are certain permutations that it hasn't yet hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wristworks View Post
    A real pity actually, that Yonex doesn't make even-balance 4U racquets. Considering how many racquets Yonex puts out into the market, I'm surprised that there are certain permutations that it hasn't yet hit.
    4U is too light that one would not be able to generate enough power even thou you one would gain the swing speed. One can only go so light before the benefits of return simply drops off.

    From the pro's perspective, they go 3U or 2U and on top of that may put lead tape to slow the racket speed down for control because they have the power.

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    I think its mostly because Yonex has only started to dabble into 4Us, in the past 2-3 years.

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    The new NS3000 is going to be 4U with a headlight balance. I wonder what that will feel like.

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