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    Never seen MA coded rackets before... I assume it's Malaysia?_?

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    MA coded rackets are distributed to malaysian national players...hardly can buy them

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    The person who posted the photo claims that these are LCW's rackets and, judging from some other posts, it seems that he runs into LCW from time to time and should be credible.

    The VT80, in terms of specs, is both stiffer and less head heavy than the AT700, but probably still more head heavy than either AT900s. I would hope that it at least improves upon the AT700; after all, VTs are supposed to be more agile ATs compromising the power side of the equation. :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by YueFei View Post
    The person who posted the photo claims that these are LCW's rackets and, judging from some other posts, it seems that he runs into LCW from time to time and should be credible.

    The VT80, in terms of specs, is both stiffer and less head heavy than the AT700, but probably still more head heavy than either AT900s. I would hope that it at least improves upon the AT700; after all, VTs are supposed to be more agile ATs compromising the power side of the equation. :S
    in other words...a more durable and a wee bit powerful version of AT900T? i like the sound of it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by YueFei View Post
    compromising the power side of the equation. :S
    Enter Nanopreme material @ VT80 , slimmest Yonex shaft ever ... we'll just have to find out

    Volctric is supposed to combine absolut power with faster racket speed through the tri-voltage system, well at least according to the VT70 pdf .
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    I think it will be great to have head heavy racket with slim frame With AT700 you need extra effort to cut the air because of box shape frame

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    Sorry didn't read all the way. ...but did the thread mentioned VT80's stiffness rating? Compared to VT70?

    Maybe compared to AT700 or NS9900?

    Thanks.

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    Also wondering the same thing..... Why is everyone comparing it with at900 and at700 instead of the vt70?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Sorry didn't read all the way. ...but did the thread mentioned VT80's stiffness rating? Compared to VT70?

    Maybe compared to AT700 or NS9900?

    Thanks.
    Go to the Yonex Japan website, it's up already with the usual balance and stiffness bar .

    Quote Originally Posted by justinpops View Post
    Also wondering the same thing..... Why is everyone comparing it with at900 and at700 instead of the vt70?
    Maybe cause it has taken the exact spot of AT700 on the Yonex chart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Go to the Yonex Japan website, it's up already with the usual balance and stiffness bar .




    Maybe cause it has taken the exact spot of AT700 on the Yonex chart?
    Oops my bad, will go there right away. Tks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Enter Nanopreme material @ VT80 , slimmest Yonex shaft ever ... we'll just have to find out

    Volctric is supposed to combine absolut power with faster racket speed through the tri-voltage system, well at least according to the VT70 pdf .
    Yup, my bad, it was supposed to be "WITHOUT compromising..."

    And since the admin of at700.com made the inevitable comparison between NANOPREME and Mizuno's Tetra-Axial material, describing it as the having the Tetra-Axial material being fully integrated into the shaft composition and thereby making the implication that it's superior to the T-A material application on the TC line of rackets, I'm also very curious if it'll live up to that hype.
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    Who cares about the code! Who bought 9928248 and 9928242! Reviews! Need more reviews!

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    On the Facebook site of Yonex Germany they show some pictures of new Voltric 7, Voltric 5 and some other new painted rackets which will be sold at german open first time. Attachment 92217Attachment 92218Attachment 92219Attachment 92220http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182918_204470209568781_200003790015423_871258_1375 271_n.jpgAttachment 92221

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    The Rackets above Voltric 5 and 7
    Arcsaber 5DX Gloss Magenta, Gloss Orange
    and New design of the Arcsaber 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukas11365 View Post
    On the Facebook site of Yonex Germany they show some pictures of new Voltric 7, Voltric 5 and some other new painted rackets which will be sold at german open first time.
    They are already for sale in many parts of the world . Also there are threads for each model as well, with actual pictures, except for ARC7 new colour ... I think ArcSaber 5DX has been on sale in England for months already even.

    Voltric 5 & 7: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-7-VT5-and-VT7
    ArcSaber 5DX: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-SP-Arc5DX-SP?
    ArcSaber 7 (2011): http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...rc-7-Color-!!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    They are already for sale in many parts of the world . Also there are threads for each model as well, with actual pictures, except for ARC7 new colour ...

    Voltric 5 & 7: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-7-VT5-and-VT7
    ArcSaber 5DX: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-SP-Arc5DX-SP?
    ArcSaber 7 (2011): http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...rc-7-Color-!!?
    In England I haven't seen the Voltric 5 or 7 or Arcsaber 7 (New Colour)
    On the internet.

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