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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Just checked shuttlehouse. They have the 4UG5 but damn...it comes out to CDN$220 (after discount of 22%) + shipping. If I really want it...I need to buy a whole lot of stuff to get a better discount and make it worthwhile.
    the ones in the US are 4UG5. maybe you can get it from here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    the ones in the US are 4UG5. maybe you can get it from here?
    Thanks for the tip. I'm planning on going to Portland in July. Maybe I can pick one up from there (ie. Portland Badminton Club).

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    The US version is 4UG4. Do you really need G5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    The US version is 4UG4. Do you really need G5?
    No. Just thought the G5 might suit her better cuz she's got small hands.

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    Has anyone had the chance to try both the Arcsaber 9FL and Nanospeed 3000?
    Both are called featherlight by Yonex, but how do they compare with each other?

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    Both are great racquets. I think the ARC9FL is more for attack and clear. Stiffer is good for a girl who has power to swing it. NS3000 is for the girl who plays up front and more defensive style. Both are easy to turn and fast. NS3000 is just a little too flexible to hit hard and control IMHO.

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    Do you guys know what tension would be the best for the racket ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungirl526 View Post
    Do you guys know what tension would be the best for the racket ?
    Tension is a personal preference. Suggest you start at your normal tension and then up it 1-2 lbs each time until you're happy. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Tension is a personal preference. Suggest you start at your normal tension and then up it 1-2 lbs each time until you're happy. Good luck.
    Thanks ! I have another question , i'm using bg65 with 23lb , its been months and the strings are getting loose? it doesn't sound as nice as before ! Should I restring it with 25 lb ? or try bg80 with 23lb ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungirl526 View Post
    Thanks ! I have another question , i'm using bg65 with 23lb , its been months and the strings are getting loose? it doesn't sound as nice as before ! Should I restring it with 25 lb ? or try bg80 with 23lb ?
    If it's been months...the strings have probably lost it's tension. Again...tension and string type is a personal preference. The only way you will know is to experiment.

    I used to have 24lbs...then up it to 25lbs...then again up it to 27lbs and have settled on this tension. I'm still in the process of finding a string to stick with. I've tried BG65, BG65ti, BG66UM, BG80, BG80P, BG85, VS650, and VS850. I'll probably try some more before settling on a string.

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    Just bought this for my wife. What a sexy racket~! Got it strung with BG66u @22lbs.

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    does yonex have a racket which is around 78-80g in weight? thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    does yonex have a racket which is around 78-80g in weight? thanks.
    voltric 30... arcsaber FB, F or 5U(coming soon)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vajrasattva View Post
    voltric 30... arcsaber FB, F or 5U(coming soon)...
    thanks.. is there a racket which is 78-80g but lets me strung at 25 lbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    does yonex have a racket which is around 78-80g in weight? thanks.
    ArcSaber 6 is also coming/available and swingweight for FB in weight F is ~77gr (by AT700). You can string all of them at 25 but you probably mean under warranty? Then you can probably forget about any Yonex ...
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    Just got this for my girlfriend. It's one nice looking racket if you like pink. She was using my Bravesword 12 for a bit.

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