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How to differentiate Nanospeed 9000 Type S from Type X?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by hilmee, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. hilmee

    hilmee New Member

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    Guys,

    Sorry if this sounds trivial...

    I have not physically seen nanospeed 9000 series yet.

    However, I'm very much interested with this racquet.

    Just want to know how to differentiate between type S and type X.

    Hilmee
     
  2. nanteos

    nanteos Regular Member

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    Heyyy, the only difference is the type X is extra stiff and the type S is stiff
     
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    drifit Moderator

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    one with Type S wording
    another one with Type X wording
    this is how you differentiate them.
     
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    plus the colours on the cone are different.
     
  5. a.kurniawan

    a.kurniawan Regular Member

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    I think the colour of yy logo on the T-joint is different as well...
     
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    i think the cone of the S is dark blue
    i think the cone of the X is silver
     
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    It saids on the shaft S or X besides the other cosmetic features.
     
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    These are the difference i know

    NS9000X - Silver cone, silver yonex logo at t-joint, stiffer shaft, type X printed on shaft
    NS9000S - Black cone, gold yonex logo at t-joint, more flexible shaft, type S printed on shaft
     

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