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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    very nice review. i agree with most of it except for the defence part. did you test it during game play (singles or doubles)? or just stroking?
    I played with the rackets in doubles against the same opponents and a game with each racket. The reason why I prefer the NS9900 above the NR700's is because it was easier for me to return a smash to the back court. The NR700's were also fast, but I didn't manage to return it as deep as the NS9900. The NS9900 was faster and gave me just more time to do more. But it's very personal.

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    Did anybody try both MX 80 and 700 RP? Any comments on these rackets for doubles - which will be better in terms of smash, drive, recovery, net shots and net kills.

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    Depends, it really depends. MX80 is better in terms of smash, drive ... 700RP def. better for net shots and kills.. for me.

    I've used head light and head heavy rackets and I can use almost every of them. Maybe it is just a question of time needed to adept. From what I can read here I'm a tad disappointed, cause I really hoped to see one NS9000S with improvements. I wait for the next new rackets and decide then.

    Can anyone compare the medium flex Nanoray with the medium flex ArcSaber 5?

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    Been using the Nanoray 700FX for singles. In tight games the quick repulsion and manouverability works perfectly: 3U G4

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    wait NR900

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alegend View Post
    wait NR900
    Well if its release is the AE then things are very quiet

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    Quote Originally Posted by shosasakigamba View Post
    Well if its release is the AE then things are very quiet
    Trust me: it won't be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxg2009 View Post
    Did anybody try both MX 80 and 700 RP? Any comments on these rackets for doubles - which will be better in terms of smash, drive, recovery, net shots and net kills.
    I own both, both are 3U racquets. MX has better smash since it is slightly headheavy and has very stiff shaft. Both racquets do very well in drives. Recovery is faster in Nanoray 700RP. Netshots are good on both racquets. Net Kill is faster and easier on Nanoray.

    That said, 700RP has a flexier shaft so IMO control is not as good as MX80. MX80 has the stiffest shaft of all racquet I ever used - even more stiff than NS9000X so while it is a superb racquet, it is not for everyone esp beginners.

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    Do these come in 3U4G in the US? I can't find any, all are 4U4G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrdrgn123 View Post
    Do these come in 3U4G in the US? I can't find any, all are 4U4G.
    Only 4UG4 in US right now.

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    had a hunch that Nanoray 800 will exploded in Japan Open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    had a hunch that Nanoray 800 will exploded in Japan Open.
    Glad to hear it...

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    i have both NS9900 and NR700RP and both strung with BG66. I felt that my NS9900 has lack of power went push the shuttlecock behind the court and lack of smashing power.
    Oh ya, both also with tension 24lbs.

    Please advise better string for my NS9900.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiocool View Post
    i have both NS9900 and NR700RP and both strung with BG66. I felt that my NS9900 has lack of power went push the shuttlecock behind the court and lack of smashing power.
    Oh ya, both also with tension 24lbs.

    Please advise better string for my NS9900.

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    A 'better string' would be the string that you are used to it.
    It's the style of play and the technique to use NS9900 that's different.
    It's a head light racket with an extra stiff shaft, you've gonna need a very good wrist power to generate the power or smash you need.

    I have both NS9900 and NR700RP as well, and yes, NR700RP is easier on playing stroke, clearing back to back court. But I still prefer my NS9900 more.

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    try the BG80 or Zymax 67. lots of power in those

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    try the BG80 or Zymax 67. lots of power in those
    I would recommend you to use more tiny and repulsion string like BG66. I did use BG80 in my MX80 (which is having almost the same stiffness as NS9900), but I can't or hardly release power from it as some of you said that BG80 is quite hard and I have the same feeling. Unless you have a powerful wrist, then you can unleash the power from the string with the racket.

    However, BG80 in my SW37 4U is a perfect match due to the mid flex of the racket. The power is decent using this string

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    Dear guys,

    Thanks for all the recommendation and advise.

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