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racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Power
shaft serial: 8124801
cone code : 091284US
lol at the news papers
if it is to smash or large for your hand, it will just be not comfortable to your hand
so you'll get calluses or something
Ouch the grommets are coming out
and yea the marks are probably from the stringer
you should take it back for a restring to make sure the grommets...
yes i would say its durable.
i've used it for about 5 months already
and it still in good condition
lol i did not know peter gade uses this bag
i have the black/white version
great bag :)
I seem fine using a 2U MP100 in doubles :P
i think picking a weight depends on if you want maneuverability or potential in a racket.
Yea i agree with yoppy
the arc100 has a better paint job then the arc7
warm up every day of play.
do drills and etc. to get your usual game back
nope it is a repainted arc 7
balance point is the same
the frame shape/mold is exactly the same also
i havent used it but i have a friend who currently uses it
try the NS9k type x
or arc 8DX
its a fake the 2 triangle like things in the yonex sign on the t joint are to far apart
A team mate bought the BLX wave and decided to try it.
its way to flexible for me but control and power was really good.
to me i felt i had a lot...
i would buy the 7724
the 7724 as more comfortable back pack straps and the material and build is better then the 7926. i currently use 7926 but...
No, the only time you'll need to restring is if you break the string naturally.
if you just cut it your self then that would be a waste of string
looks like the string dugg in pretty deep in to the racket
the only problem with it is that the top cross tie off is moved lower
the stringer can just tie it off on the top main but i don't see why he...
is the racket just missing 1 string on both sides?
the only reason strings would move is because a string next to it is not the same tension
strings would not move because the strings that it is...