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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by dorysan, Nov 14, 2009.
bro wan which shop,? saw your location is at setapak jaya it's it Rampai Sport ?
ko so i should buy 1
you're joking, right?
flip on racket 180 degrees and they're the same....
he is right
anyone can give us the most wanted answer?
is it plays like the real deal?
How to know which one is for offensive and which is for defensive ? ...
If it does i'll be disappointed haha.
I dont think the orignal Z-slash was ever that good.
haha...cant wait for d review of tis z-spark..
ya,how to differentiate it for offensive or defensive ? they look similarly
have you tried the yonex arc z yourself?
is the shaft as slim as the yonex one???
Saw a couple of these, the design's very striking. Supposedly, the difference between the 2 is that the shaft of the defensive one is more flexible than the offensive one. However, my friend (who's selling these rackets for RM 95/- each) says that though the stated max tension is 30 lbs, it's quite risky to string it that high because the racket head is slightly slimmer compared to the usual Apacs design.
I guess it's just a generic graphite clone from Apacs, much like the Nano Power 900 series, without any special material to reinforce the slimmer head.
wow MYR95 for this ...so the recommended string tensions is between 22-25lbs ??
My friend thinks 26 lbs should be the max.
was wondering since Z-Sparx has offensive & defensive version , does this mean Z-Slash is the same ?
nope it doesnt, what i fear is when apacs does that, the racket is usually no where near the actual YY one
If you look carefully at the pics that I gave, u will notice the diffrence
Have you tried it personally? I think the offensive having the same gold theme should be the same as the YY Z slash right?
yeah of course!
Nope...never tried yet. So dont know how they feel
I'm itching to buy this racket now!
Heh and my initial eagerness has turned into wariness.