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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Coming out soon guys.. dont worry.
    WOOOO-HOOOOO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    WOOOO-HOOOOO!!!
    so far only 'new' racquets out are ns7000 and 8000. Maybe more new ones out soon, usually JP has new ones around November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    This is part three of the 2003 (yonex) racket measurment focused on moment or the twisting force needed to put the racket into motion from the rest position. It doesnít reflect perfectly the amount of totally energy to fully swing the racket but the relationship between moment to angular momentum should be reasonably close.

    Again, the result presented is referenced to the 3U cab20m. Less than 1 mean the racket take less effort to move it than a 3U cab 20m. Relative moment greater than 1 means it would take more effort to move it than a 3U cab20m.


    Iím sure BF members could draw many conclusion from these data.
    Thanks to hydrocyanic inquiry, the previous relative moment data weren't given in percent like in other relative data tables. Here are the relative moment data converted to percentage relative to cab20ms.
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    on head heaviness of ns7000 and ns8000, they are quite similar. However, the grip size distorted the outcome because the G4 grip from the ns8000 feel like a G3.5 and the G4 from the ns7000 feel like G5. Anyone here tried ns7000 and 8000 and comment on their grip size?

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    thank you cooler

    by any chance you have the relative moment data on the at800de as well?

    another question:

    since the rackets' stiffness degrade over time, how would that affect the relative moment?

    thank you
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    Cooler: I hope this is not asking too much but can you put all three findings into one spreadsheet? This would be easier to compare. Thanks, Sir.

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    Cooler: just want to confirm the B-8100 is the Blacken, all stainless steel racket and of all the rackets you have tested so far, it's the hardest to "move".

    Thanks.

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    Cooler: sorry one more thing, based on your findings, is the 3U AT-700 G4 really that hard to move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Cooler: just want to confirm the B-8100 is the Blacken, all stainless steel racket and of all the rackets you have tested so far, it's the hardest to "move".

    Thanks.
    Yes.
    Yes, because it's also the heaviest

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    Anyone noticed that NS8000 feels easier to move than NS7000? I'm surprised because typically offensive rackets are slower and rely on momentum for power. Also, NS8000 is faster than AT800 OF, shouldn't NS8000 be more doubles oriented?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGr8Two
    Anyone noticed that NS8000 feels easier to move than NS7000? I'm surprised because typically offensive rackets are slower and rely on momentum for power. Also, NS8000 is faster than AT800 OF, shouldn't NS8000 be more doubles oriented?
    Are you comparing the NS8000 and NS7000 in 3U and the AT-800OF in 4U? If so, not me; I find the 7000 to be the easiest to move.

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    I was comparing the 2U for both NS, and 3U for AT800.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Are you comparing the NS8000 and NS7000 in 3U and the AT-800OF in 4U? If so, not me; I find the 7000 to be the easiest to move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGr8Two
    I was comparing the 2U for both NS, and 3U for AT800.
    Ahhhh, OK, I never tried the 2U NSs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGr8Two
    Anyone noticed that NS8000 feels easier to move than NS7000? I'm surprised because typically offensive rackets are slower and rely on momentum for power. Also, NS8000 is faster than AT800 OF, shouldn't NS8000 be more doubles oriented?
    No, armortec 800's are oriented for doubles.

    there are more pros using ns8k for singles than doubles
    there are more pros using AT800's for doubles than singles.

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    Default mp-30

    anyone have the stifness of the mp 30?

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    from yonex site


    Muscle Power-30
    Flex: Medium
    Frame: Graphite
    Shaft: H.M.Graphite
    Weight (grams): 3U (85-89g)
    Grip Size: G4

    i dont have a mp30 on hand
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    How cool to see Blacken in the charts. That's what I started with back in the 80's :-)

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