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Nanogy String Difference

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by blackfrost, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. blackfrost

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    What the difference between a nanogy 95 and nanogy 98?
     
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    This has being discussed many times so search the forum. Read DinkAlot's string review.
     
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    sorry if i bothered you. thanks
     
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    that was helpful. Thanks
     
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    NBG95 thicker less powerful, NBG98 thinner more powerful. 95 more durable than 98. From what I've heard, NBG series lacks feel.
     
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    So what is the best string for power?
     
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    NBG98 is the most powerful string i used.
     
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    ya i agree, considering what alot of people say, but my supplier ran out of NBG98 strings. What are the top three for power?
     
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    In order of Yonex
    1.NBG98
    2.BG66
    3.NBG95, BG80 and BG85.
     
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    What color would look best for arc10? white, blue, or yellow?
     
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    Red. You can get the NBG98 in red.
     
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    Ya i have also heard that red looks best but my top options are BG80 and BG66. Does BG80 come in red?
     
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    Both of them don't come in red.
     
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    Other red or gold, what would be the best color? Blue, Yellow, White.(for arc10)
     
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    White would be the best option out the the 3 colours.
     
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    really? you think? what bout yellow?
     
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    Red and Yellow don't mix
     
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    98 fantastic
    95 average
     
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    gold? My supplier just got the NBG98 in gold. shold i get it? over the BG80?
     

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