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    I think they would rather get paid in €€€ these days . Have no recollection of TBH with VT70 ... any idea when?
    But nothing like a new racquet for some new impulses in their stagnant development

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    I've spotted a startling similarity between the NR700s and the Li Ning N90-II... seems YY aren't content just with pilfering their OWN designs.

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    For Canada:

    Here's the memo I've just received; MAP denotes minimum advertized price
    Nanoray700 FX Frame - Available end September MSRP $275 MAP $215
    Nanoray700 RP Frame - Available end September MSRP $275 MAP $215
    Nanoray500 Frame - Available end November MSRP $230 MAP $175

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    1)nanoray...speed of light? remind me of a 1998 song by madonna...the designers must be a fan of madonna !! for me its just another gimmick to release new racket with diff name for sales....at least its brings some excitement to all baddy fans n ppl visiting forum to talk about it...no talk no fun !!

    2)aero frame....aero plane......sound alike? thats way its travel faster than rocket !
    may i know if this is the rebirth of widebody evolution? i tot the slimmest frame and shaft travel the fastest with min air contact...now increase of size at the bottom frame still travel faster due to heavier frame weight?? guess engineer can speak and turn around the facts whenever they want forsake of marketing gimmick...can someone check what the shaft diameter compare to ns9900?

    3)flexi frame with FX model...if shaft flexi its make senses to me but flexi frame for better control shot to corner? perhaps its try to tell us its frame which flex so much that shots can curve to corner. I never knew R.carlos in soccer skills can transfer to badminton game now....again forsake of marketing any sentence can turn into senses...
    i sort of worry with flexi frame as its diff to control the shuttle when there hard hitters

    well, lets keep the talks going as its so much fun to begins...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    For Canada:

    Here's the memo I've just received; MAP denotes minimum advertized price
    Nanoray700 FX Frame - Available end September MSRP $275 MAP $215
    Nanoray700 RP Frame - Available end September MSRP $275 MAP $215
    Nanoray500 Frame - Available end November MSRP $230 MAP $175
    Pre-tax ?

    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    1)nanoray...speed of light? remind me of a 1998 song by madonna...the designers must be a fan of madonna !! for me its just another gimmick to release new racket with diff name for sales....at least its brings some excitement to all baddy fans n ppl visiting forum to talk about it...no talk no fun !!

    2)aero frame....aero plane......sound alike? thats way its travel faster than rocket !
    may i know if this is the rebirth of widebody evolution? i tot the slimmest frame and shaft travel the fastest with min air contact...now increase of size at the bottom frame still travel faster due to heavier frame weight?? guess engineer can speak and turn around the facts whenever they want forsake of marketing gimmick...can someone check what the shaft diameter compare to ns9900?

    3)flexi frame with FX model...if shaft flexi its make senses to me but flexi frame for better control shot to corner? perhaps its try to tell us its frame which flex so much that shots can curve to corner. I never knew R.carlos in soccer skills can transfer to badminton game now....again forsake of marketing any sentence can turn into senses...
    i sort of worry with flexi frame as its diff to control the shuttle when there hard hitters

    well, lets keep the talks going as its so much fun to begins...
    The slogan is "Get Ready For Speed" not "speed of light" ...

    Looked to me like WideBody rebirth as well ...

    I think you should check out some superslowmo videos of shuttle impact ...

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    i dont see another widebody or aero body, gain more speed over here.
    show me some data to provide....yonex...
    i hope yonex can come out with a much smaller diameter below 6.7mm shaft and even thinner frame with new evolution material to get hold to the racket strength....
    playing around with rebirth frame, new repaint, new wording are all about marketing gimmicks....

    lets work harder on real improve racket engineering b4 the other like victor,li-ning coming up with more surprises....

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    i dont see another widebody or aero body, gain more speed over here.
    show me some data to provide....yonex...
    i hope yonex can come out with a much smaller diameter below 6.7mm shaft and even thinner frame with new evolution material to get hold to the racket strength....
    playing around with rebirth frame, new repaint, new wording are all about marketing gimmicks....

    lets work harder on real improve racket engineering b4 the other like victor,li-ning coming up with more surprises....
    Seems like YY is more into cutting corners to save on material expenses and to produce design gimmics to make trouble for clone makers, more than to try to increase high-end performance. The ones loosing out will be LCW and other sponsored players who will have a dissadvantage (albeit small) coming next OG, when Victor, LN-players will have better faster, more powerful gears..

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    Yonex should just stick a VT80 head on an X-Stiff shaft, add some Nanopreme, remove the steroid Tri-V bulges, and shave it down to 280-285 mm. Would be the perfect YY racket, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Yonex should just stick a VT80 head on an X-Stiff shaft, add some Nanopreme, remove the steroid Tri-V bulges, and shave it down to 280-285 mm. Would be the perfect YY racket, IMO.
    I think they would not really stick with the head if they redesigned it to get rid of the bulges :-P .. I think they should slim down the head and produce a slimmer+stiffer shaft with high flexpoint for more power and 679mm racket-length to be pusihing the legal margins and use real CNT (or even woven cnt) on weak spots in the frame to guarante strings to break before racket when strining a high tension.

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    Yeh, the slim VT80 shaft really impressed me, and I suppose it would play stiffer if the racket were 20-25 mm shorter in balance. The hoop was incredibly strong, which is why I want them to carry it over to the NRs.

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    yonex lets hire these young forumers....seems they know better than the yonex engineers!
    post more later u got hire by them....

    well players will not losing out ...see TBH and MY ladies, what racket they using now? why go back ti10 if these new racket are getting better n better?
    see what string is LCW using now if BG66UM is better replusion...
    so players just dont bother to follow the trend for latest model or release but go back to the one which already good....but lets be fair not to go back to woody racket like the 60s..... hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    yonex lets hire these young forumers....seems they know better than the yonex engineers!
    post more later u got hire by them....

    well players will not losing out ...see TBH and MY ladies, what racket they using now? why go back ti10 if these new racket are getting better n better?
    see what string is LCW using now if BG66UM is better replusion...
    so players just dont bother to follow the trend for latest model or release but go back to the one which already good....but lets be fair not to go back to woody racket like the 60s..... hehe
    Duuh.. LCW and other pros dont use the .66 strings becuase they break them to often, so they need to trade the repulsion for durability..

    /T

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    yonex lets hire these young forumers....seems they know better than the yonex engineers!
    post more later u got hire by them....

    well players will not losing out ...see TBH and MY ladies, what racket they using now? why go back ti10 if these new racket are getting better n better?
    see what string is LCW using now if BG66UM is better replusion...
    so players just dont bother to follow the trend for latest model or release but go back to the one which already good....but lets be fair not to go back to woody racket like the 60s..... hehe
    the last i checked, LCW and TH were using the BG66UM while PG was using BG80.

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    Not headlight crap again! This is the very reason why I'm sticking to my AT700's! I swear, Yonex perfected the grommet system on the MP99/MP100, and since then all rackets seem to have worse string and frame durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raksasa.gorgon View Post
    the last i checked, LCW and TH were using the BG66UM while PG was using BG80.
    Wow that infor must be very long time ago....go find out more !!

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    This is unrelated to the topic, but last I checked, wasn't LCW using BG 66 Sharp on his VT 80 at 30lbs tension?

    And on a related note, I wonder what will be different and similar between the nanoray and nanospeed.

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    The NanoRay brochure with the different NR racquets info and also the BG80P string.
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