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Kevlar N-Power 155 PP

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ciaran249, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. ciaran249

    ciaran249 Regular Member

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    Does anyone know of or used this racket
    i was lookin at these for a replacement to my ns6000
    which i hate too much flex and too headlight
    plz respond if anyone knows anything about this racket
    thanks
     
  2. Alom

    Alom Regular Member

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    ciaran249,

    Quick seach on Google showned the spec for Kevlar N-Power 155 PP:


    • 2 Point Power Plus. 88 hole Dura Frame
    • Weight: 85-89g
    • Flexibility: Stiff
    • Length: 674mm
    • Balance: 290mm (M)
    • Shaft: 40T Ultra-HM Nano Graphite w/full woven kevlar
    • Frame: 40 T U-HM Nano Graphite w/ Full Woven Kevlar, Wide Body, Super Power, Half CF

    Power ******
    Control ******
    Player Offensive/allround


    The spec for Yonex Nanospeed 6000 is:

    • Frame Shape: Isometric / Built-in T-Joint
    • Frame: Hi-Mod Graphite + Nano Carbon
    • Solid Feel Core
    • LSC System
    • Shaft: Hi-Mod Graphite + Nano Carbon
    • Total Length (frame tip – handle end): 675mm (26.5 inches)
    • Balance Point from Grip End: 280-290mm
    • Flex: Flexible

    MBS states that the NS6000 is stiff, that is incorrect. The racket is flexible.
    I have not played with either, but you can evaluate from the above spec.
     
  3. twobeer

    twobeer Regular Member

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    Based on what you write, my best guess is that you will like the Forza much more than the NS6000!!, stiffer and more power potential. I would maybe cosider to move up to 205 PP which is stiffer and a more headheavy..

    Cheers,
    T
     
  4. wristworks

    wristworks Regular Member

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    Most of Forza's Kevlar line is in the medium balance range. Twobeer is correct; if you're really dead set on a "head heavy" racquet, the 205 PP is the way to go. But if you merely want to move from head-light to even-balance, there are far more choices. With the flexibility, too - if you want to move from a flexible raquet to a very stiff racquet, that's one thing. If you want to move from a flexible racquet to a one that is merely stiff, that's something else.

    Personally, I use the Kevlar 110 (which I think they re-marketed as a 115 T/T). Great racquets.
     

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