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    Item NANO SPEED 8000

    Size 2U G3 / 3U G4, 5

    Material H.M. Graphite
    NANO Carbon (Fullerene C60) in frame and shaft

    Features:
    Solid Feel Core (less vibration)
    5% greater repulsion power
    10% more durability (of frame)

    Stringing 3U: 19 - 24 / 2U: 20 – 25


    The general feedback from Mag on the NS7000 would be the general characteristic of the NS series.
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    hmm..probably means i should start saving up for a NS 9000 + paint
    nice job cooler

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    Hmmm it seems to be head light. I doubt it can be successor of Ti-10 or Mp-100

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    Item NANO SPEED 8000

    Size 2U G3 / 3U G4, 5

    Material H.M. Graphite
    NANO Carbon (Fullerene C60) in frame and shaft

    Features:
    Solid Feel Core (less vibration)
    5% greater repulsion power
    10% more durability (of frame)

    Stringing 3U: 19 - 24 / 2U: 20 – 25


    The general feedback from Mag on the NS7000 would be the general characteristic of the NS series.
    Any rocket scientists in the house who can explain how the Nanotubes & fullerene C60 affects the performance of the new yonex rackets? anyone...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy
    Any rocket scientists in the house who can explain how the Nanotubes & fullerene C60 affects the performance of the new yonex rackets? anyone...?
    That one , you have to ask some molecular technologist..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy
    Any rocket scientists in the house who can explain how the Nanotubes & fullerene C60 affects the performance of the new yonex rackets? anyone...?
    wait for the new yonex catalog, they'll talk a bit (with some pics) on it but that of course depends if u believe it.

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    is the ns7000 and ns8000 stiffer then the AT700, AT800OF or MP100? and how much would ns7000 and ns8000 be and when are they coming out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusclePower100
    is the ns7000 and ns8000 stiffer then the AT700, AT800OF or MP100? and how much would ns7000 and ns8000 be and when are they coming out?
    According to www.centralsports.co.uk, £150 for the 7000 and £160 for the 8000. Available in Europe March 9th

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    more pics.................
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    I am curious as to how Cooler managed to get a hold of this racket and bend it!!! If you have also tried playing with it, would be be so kind as to compare it to some other Yonex rackets? These racekts seem head light so compared to some head heavy rackets such as the AT 700,500 Ti10. Whats this like?

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    i have not seen the NS8000 yet. As i said before, JP is shipping in march, and today is still february

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    Anyway i have not yet tested on the NS8000.. In my Opinion based on the specs of the NS8000 , i dont think this racket is any much better than NS7000. Its just weird for me that so far i dont have an urge to buy racket from the NS series. NS7000 and NS8000 doesnt really look appealing to me.

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    eh...i dont think i'll be getting any of the nanospeed series unless a friend lets me try one. A R M O R T E C all the way for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brave_Turtle
    Hmmm it seems to be head light. I doubt it can be successor of Ti-10 or Mp-100
    Maybe a better successor for Ti 7 since this is head-light and stiff.

    If the Nanocarbon at 11 and 1 o'clock position does improve durability, it'd be nice..all of my broken rackets have broke from clashes at those positions.

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    any1 noes when ns8000 and clones will be avaliable in singapore?

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    Thumbs up Waiting ....

    I'm waiting the rackets come to Thailand. (... would like to test)
    The NS7000 is too light to play for me.
    The smashing power is not good but cut and net shot isn't bad.

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    Smile Winex NS8000,NS9000

    I met Winex NS8000 and NS9000 last week. Its price about $US 80-90 in Thailand and the racket come with big bag.

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