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    so the specs is still remain secret except da 2U weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    we always do till they launched the nanoray which to me, is a disaster
    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    why do you think it's a disaster, i'm just curious?
    I'm guessing because it isn't available in 2U anymore ...

    In other news I think I've read about a Voltric I-Force one of the previous days ... I see it has passed here already http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...oltric-i-force
    Saw it mentioned again in a post along with NRZ-Speed so sounded like more news

    There is some more written about the Z-Speed at the AT700 forum. Available in 2U and 3U, striking orange colour, RRP 26,000 Yen, 27lbs tension, some kind of Voltric style bulges at 3 and 9 o'clock. Rumoured record applied for at Guinness: (+)480km/h
    Forgot what "beat box" is supposed to mean but perhaps thin cross section at top of frame and t-joint

    Oh yeah the Voltric i-Force part was the release date in June ...
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    Omg can't wait for this racquet to come out )))))))))))))))))

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    If the rumoured spec are true, is it just like the Nanospeed 9900 with a little tweak? I think since this racket is so similar to the NS9900 (spec wise), they need a bombastic marketing to boost up its sales; and it's a Guinness record.

    Looking forward to seeing any leaked images though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n0m5ky View Post
    If the rumoured spec are true, is it just like the Nanospeed 9900 with a little tweak? I think since this racket is so similar to the NS9900 (spec wise), they need a bombastic marketing to boost up its sales; and it's a Guinness record.

    Looking forward to seeing any leaked images though.
    Tbh, I would be prefectly happy if that were true - an NS9900 with a Z string pattern and a flashy new paint job? Couldn't ask for a more suitable Yonex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    why do you think it's a disaster, i'm just curious?
    Try the NR800 and a high end NS you will have the same opinion. To me, NR800 is so badly made but who am I to comment, one of my favs using it.

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    Any new updates? New leaked images?

    Will the "Sonic Metal" technology also be featured in this new racket?

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    I'd keep a look out at the World Championships - it's entirely possible it'll be used there. The NR800 appeared way before the launch date...

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    It sounds quite promising . This guy that usually has the scoops from the AT700 forum apparently has seen it in person. Probably someone will be using it at the WC already yeah ...

    "Touched the NR-ZSP

    Color is also good: orange head and tail, the middle dark for the tone.
    NR Series but the appearance point of view, the feeling is the evolution of AT
    racket than NR800.
    No ARC-ZS so smooth, but the speed is faster than the ARC-ZS: ARC-ZS swing faster than a 10% increase, it is amazing.
    Feeling like NS9900 and AT900-T for human use, should be able to get started quickly.
    4,8 o'clock EX-HMG recessed. Beat box (frame) is small, but, and ARC-ZS feel completely different: ARC-ZS feel a bit long, NR-ZSP feeling is a small square head.
    In order to increase the sweet spot 2点10 o'clock position of the weft some special, plastic blank with a white color glue sideways into the air, and BabolaT some racket like glue empty but how it increases the sweet spot, I do not know.
    YY should be tested in the past and present of plastic empty plastic empty place

    The second week of September 5, JP listing. Other editions grab the market, it may be quicker ...

    http://www.at700.com/thread-20645-1-1.html

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    Do you think it's a replacement for the NS9900 only or both Z-Slash and NS9900? Because I don't see any way to improve the Z-Slash to become something new/breaktrough. It has been 3 years since the release of the Z-Slash and Yonex seems to be happy with it (no improvement whatsoever).

    Anyway, I'm curious whether the current NS9900 owners would happily switch to the NRZS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Feeling like NS9900 and AT900-T for human use
    This made me laugh - what would it feel like for a lemur?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    This made me laugh - what would it feel like for a lemur?
    bad translation

    what the original writer meant was that people formerly using AT900T and NS9900 will like this racquet

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    Quote Originally Posted by vajrasattva View Post
    bad translation

    what the original writer meant was that people formerly using AT900T and NS9900 will like this racquet
    I do love me some Engrish.

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    Any new updates? Is there leaked images a player using the racket in their preparation (training) for the World Championship?

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    Interesting.

    I hope it ends up with the NS9900 stiffness, repulsion and head size but the Z-Slash balance, speed, power and feel.

    Probably asking too much here! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    Interesting.

    I hope it ends up with the NS9900 stiffness, repulsion and head size but the Z-Slash balance, speed, power and feel.

    Probably asking too much here! lol
    I need a word with you... Z-Slash balance on a Nanoray?!? Heresy!!!

    X-stiff, super head-light... or there'll be hell to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    I need a word with you... Z-Slash balance on a Nanoray?!? Heresy!!!

    X-stiff, super head-light... or there'll be hell to pay.
    Well sort-of. The balances of the old Nanospeeds varied a bit and so too does the ArcSabers. The ZS was one of the most headheavy "even balance" of the ArcSabers, so just hoping for a NR that has a balance that's a little more head heavy than the current NRs. Closer to an Arc ZS would be my preferrence... probably not going to happen though...

    I always felt the NS9900 was a tad too headlight for me, probably because I have a 3U, 2U probably would be better.

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