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    Cool Power?

    Has anyone got both the 7000 and 8000 and can tell me which produces more power. Just after an opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Foo
    Has anyone got both the 7000 and 8000 and can tell me which produces more power. Just after an opinion.

    thanks
    I've been using NS7000 (2U G4) about three months and it became my first choice racket after my MP99 since then. Last three days I just bought a NS8000 (3U G3) and had a go last night for two hours. So, what can I say hear that NS8000 feels very solid when it hit the shuttle compared to 7000. For me, what Yonex claims "solid feel core" on NS8000 is true. Btw, I still couldn't give exact comparison between them and need more time to do so. Both of them were strung at 26lbs and so far NS7000 still my first choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ditorajo
    I've been using NS7000 (2U G4) about three months and it became my first choice racket after my MP99 since then. Last three days I just bought a NS8000 (3U G3) and had a go last night for two hours. So, what can I say hear that NS8000 feels very solid when it hit the shuttle compared to 7000. For me, what Yonex claims "solid feel core" on NS8000 is true. Btw, I still couldn't give exact comparison between them and need more time to do so. Both of them were strung at 26lbs and so far NS7000 still my first choice.
    did you play with a 2u or 3u mp-99?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkinJapan
    did you play with a 2u or 3u mp-99?
    I've both .....................................

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    please give us your review or comparison of the 2 soon, it is quite interesting to find out the difference. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ditorajo
    I've been using NS7000 (2U G4) about three months and it became my first choice racket after my MP99 since then. Last three days I just bought a NS8000 (3U G3) and had a go last night for two hours. So, what can I say hear that NS8000 feels very solid when it hit the shuttle compared to 7000. For me, what Yonex claims "solid feel core" on NS8000 is true. Btw, I still couldn't give exact comparison between them and need more time to do so. Both of them were strung at 26lbs and so far NS7000 still my first choice.
    thanks i look forward to ure comparison

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    thx for the effort ditorajo! appreciated~

    it took me about 10 mins in front of the screen to slight discover the difference in shape between the 2 rackets one thing I did observed was that the string on the NS7K has got a red YY logo, did yours come with string when you got it?? cause mine was hollow initially and I had to pay extra for the strings..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    When comparing 7000 to 8000, notice:
    1. 7000 is having "hollow head", which means the inner frame has more hollowness.
    2. 8000 could pack more inner stuff at the head, and that could make 8000 more head heavy than 7000. Different frame design (inner) could make difference easily.
    You got it right there.. on the spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manabu
    thx for the effort ditorajo! appreciated~

    it took me about 10 mins in front of the screen to slight discover the difference in shape between the 2 rackets one thing I did observed was that the string on the NS7K has got a red YY logo, did yours come with string when you got it?? cause mine was hollow initially and I had to pay extra for the strings..
    If you notice from my previous post, NS7k has been strung at 26lbs, means that no Yonex rackets come with that tension as standard when you purchase them. Of course, I got it restrung and asked the stringer to stencil the logo on it . I asked the seller cum the stringer of my NS8k to restring the racket since the standard string tension (~22lbs) don't suite me and he restrung it with BG80 for free. Try to look at his shop website here if anyone of you interested

    http://www.rapidrepair.biz/shop/index.htm

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    http://www.yonex.co.jp/badminton/pro...000/index.html

    Japan Website already have the NS8000.
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    translation please, tq.

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    coolll .........

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    Where can I find the chart of NS8K ?

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    i've just tried the Nanospeed 8000 last night in a badminton match it is bloody fantastic love it lol. so much more easier to manuver then my MP 100 and it is more powerful too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttktom
    i've just tried the Nanospeed 8000 last night in a badminton match it is bloody fantastic love it lol. so much more easier to manuver then my MP 100 and it is more powerful too.
    bloody??
    u lucky guys, i haven't touch a NS8000 yet.
    I can't hardly wait to 'bend' these new NS racquets
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    Quote Originally Posted by ttktom
    i've just tried the Nanospeed 8000 last night in a badminton match it is bloody fantastic love it lol. so much more easier to manuver then my MP 100 and it is more powerful too.
    Why do you think it is more powerful as well as more maneuverable? It is possible, but why do you think this one is? Materials? Or just your style being more suited?

    Be aware that when you first try a racket you always feel better with it. What are the U ratings for your MP100/NS8000 respectivley?

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    Honestly cooler it was so powerful and fast it had a crap tension in it and i could smash harder with the crap tension than i could wiv my normal tension with my MP 100. I really think Yonex have cracked it this time . I've Tried the NS 7000 that is good but nowhere near as much power as the NS 8000. I thought it would be hard using a Headlight racket froma headheavy MP 100 and AT 500. But picked it up and it was great straight away . It is the Dogs Bol**x

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