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    Default yonex nanospeed 9900 broken is this right inside frame

    just wanted to make sure that this is right and racket is original
    i had a clash on the very first outing with my new nanospeed 9900 racket and 1 month after i found a hair line crack in the racket
    my friend done a rap on it witch has lasted but last night it broke
    looking at the inside it looks like fome inside then carbon over the top
    is this correct or should they be carbon all the way through
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    All frames are hollow. Some manufacturers like Yonex just chooses to fill theirs with foam for dampening.

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    thanks for letting me know it puts my mind at rest
    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    All frames are hollow. Some manufacturers like Yonex just chooses to fill theirs with foam for dampening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djlloydb View Post
    just wanted to make sure that this is right and racket is original
    i had a clash on the very first outing with my new nanospeed 9900 racket and 1 month after i found a hair line crack in the racket
    my friend done a rap on it witch has lasted but last night it broke
    looking at the inside it looks like fome inside then carbon over the top
    is this correct or should they be carbon all the way through
    thanks in advance for your help
    That is the "Solid Feel Core"

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    The built-in solid feel core cuts harmful miscellaneous vibration at impact. Solid feel core is carried in all racquets manufactured in Japan.

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    Did you check it for counterfeit with his serial number in one thread of our forum ?

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    the logo looks ok. but the grommet looks suspicious as original Yonex grommets are usually shaped at the tip.

    where did you get it and for how much?

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