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    Heya well The MP 100 is a good Powerful Racket but it is not as manuarable as the NS 8000. i can play well with both the MP 100 and NS 8000 i can play well with any racket lol. I use a £30 Inflight Racket sometimes and get loads of power out of it.

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    oh the U ratings the MP 100 is a 2U G3 The NS 8000 is 3U G3

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    Not really a good test, since you have changed from a 2u to a 3u, with different tensions. When changing from a heavy to light racket you often feel can do anything with it. and you say "crap" tension does this mean lower? if so then that will increase the smash speed too. I would imagine you have different string type too?


    Good Luck with it though, you sound happy with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesd20
    Not really a good test, since you have changed from a 2u to a 3u, with different tensions. When changing from a heavy to light racket you often feel can do anything with it. and you say "crap" tension does this mean lower? if so then that will increase the smash speed too. I would imagine you have different string type too?


    Good Luck with it though, you sound happy with it!
    lol bit harsh... the poor guy was just giving his opinion. Still, i think if i switched from a head heavy racket to a head-light racket, i could probably get more power behind my smashes.

    So... im gonna get one in the summer

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    Just the truth! (sorry if offended tom)

    Actually normally head light rackets =less power unless you can move the racket faster. It depends on your swing style.

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    lol no worries. But you see the thing is that i've tired 3U rackets in the past and played rubbish with them and and always perfered 2U rackets lol. But you see the thing is i always got more power out of a Head Heavy Racket. But with the Nanospeed 8000 i can smash harder than a headheavy MP 100.

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    also lol before i get slated more lol. I play better with higher tensions lol so nerrrrrrrr :P lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttktom
    also lol before i get slated more lol. I play better with higher tensions lol so nerrrrrrrr :P lol.
    Its good to hear that you had a good time using the NS8000. Unfortunately i dont have the chance to use it yet. Maybe i should try it once i get to try it in few weeks time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttktom
    lol no worries. But you see the thing is that i've tired 3U rackets in the past and played rubbish with them and and always perfered 2U rackets lol. But you see the thing is i always got more power out of a Head Heavy Racket. But with the Nanospeed 8000 i can smash harder than a headheavy MP 100.
    well, good to hear that u had extracted the 'pluses' from the NS800, and gave a little bit of support to the NS series that it isn't just a marketing ploy by yonex to jump on the nano fad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttktom
    lol no worries. But you see the thing is that i've tired 3U rackets in the past and played rubbish with them and and always perfered 2U rackets lol. But you see the thing is i always got more power out of a Head Heavy Racket. But with the Nanospeed 8000 i can smash harder than a headheavy MP 100.
    Well you might have found "the one" the very racket you can play to your fullest and cherish with the rest of your life. I am still polygamous (with rackets I hasten to add) changing virutally everytime I play. I just hope for your wallets sake the prices come down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    http://www.yonex.co.jp/badminton/pro...000/index.html

    Japan Website already have the NS8000.
    Shows real value in all England, stands in apex the nano- technology April 6th sale schedule Nano- tech on-board badminton racket 2nd feature " nano- speed 8000 "

    < For upper-class person in top light/write design, British Open suddenly victories! >
    With the ヨネックス, nano- carbon * hurrah ream was adopted and " the inclination pulling out which is light the efficiency where high rally and high intensity " differ was made to compound, 2nd feature " nano- speed 8000 " of the nano- tech on-board badminton racket is sold from April 6th.
    Sold in the November last year " nano- speed 7000 " frame top and in the shaft nano- carbon * hurrah to compound ream, being lightweight, it actualizes strong structure. Since selling, we obtain favorable comment as the top light/write design which is superior in operativity.
    In new product " nano- speed 8000 ", while to make the top light/write design 7000 in the same way, the amount which the shaft 15% is lightened by the fact that weight it distributes in the frame and grip, is made the design where the head is effective.
    In addition by the fact that the solid feeling core of the new material is built in to the frame section, it made the racket which has the striking answer which the hard hitter taste does firmly.
    The Chinese and Korea players have used nano- speed 8000 already in the tournament. In March it was done in England, the tournament of the worldwide highest peak with British Open of noted tradition, the Chinese chain & the phone which faces to the conference at nano- speed 8000 win with boy singles. The ヤン * way of China which enters into the best 4 with the woman doubles / we use also the pair of the ツァン * ジュエン and the バオ * チュンライ et cetera of boy singles. Power and the surface stability which are not were appraised by the players in the former top light/write, were proven with the large stage, height of the efficiency British Open beautifully.
    Nano- speed 8000 at the meeting place of the international conference * ヨネックスオープンジャパン of the badminton which from April 5th is done at Tokyo * generation after generation wooden second gymnasium is announced & is displayed, from the following 6 days is simultaneously sold with entire country.
    * For upper-class person nimble operativity of top light/write high bounce. Although hurrah compounding ream, to the angular section of the frame, and the whole shaft lightening the shaft, it strengthens entire structure. Weight 15% was lightened by the fact that approximately 20% it thins the shaft part.
    The top light/write design which makes the weight which it lightens the grip section and the frame section move, is superior in operativity. In the design which than nano- speed 7000 is closer to even balance, the upper-class person likes, it became the racket where the head is effective even in the top light/write design.
    * The solid feeling core is built in, in the striking answer where surface stability is high, does firmly. By the fact that new material " solid feeling core " is built in to the frame section, it does not change the size of impact at the time of shock, attenuation time of the vibration short becomes fast, while while holding down the careless vibration, the upper-class person seeks and doing firmly answer was made possible, stability of the surface was raised.

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    how is ns 8000 compare to AT800anyone ever compare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkong03693
    how is ns 8000 compare to AT800anyone ever compare?
    u have to be more specific.

    if not grip size, at least specify the U's

    like ?U 8000 compare to ?U of AT800 XX, XX being DE or OF.

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    sorry i forget AT800 OF
    thank you for reply anyway

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    Hi all:

    According to the spec. published by Yonex. NS 8000 should be head heavier than NS 7000. I put both rackets on the balance beam. NS 8000 came out to be head lighter than NS 7000! Any of you try it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YUEMOKAU
    Hi all:

    According to the spec. published by Yonex. NS 8000 should be head heavier than NS 7000. I put both rackets on the balance beam. NS 8000 came out to be head lighter than NS 7000! Any of you try it?
    Really, what a revelation (same weight / using same grips I presume)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YUEMOKAU
    Hi all:

    According to the spec. published by Yonex. NS 8000 should be head heavier than NS 7000. I put both rackets on the balance beam. NS 8000 came out to be head lighter than NS 7000! Any of you try it?
    Were they (the test samples) unstrung in original state and in the same weight range?

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