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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Recommended tension is 17-22lbs. However i have it strung at 28lbs. So far the actual MAX tension has not been reached yet.
    28lbs. is good enough for me, thanks.

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    what is LSC system?
    does ns6k has solid core feel too?

    thanks thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrocyanic
    what is LSC system?
    does ns6k has solid core feel too?

    thanks thanks

    LSC stands for (LOW SHOCK & COMFORT) patent pending. It does have Solid Feel Core as well.
    Last edited by ants; 09-29-2005 at 01:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    28lbs. is good enough for me, thanks.
    I think its good enough for man people LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    I think its good enough for man people LOL!
    Man people? Huh? How do you mean Sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S4MadMan
    Man people? Huh? How do you mean Sir?
    I'm pretty sure Ants meant
    I think its good enough for manY people
    Or it could mean that this racquet is suitable for men (with small hands?) not just women.

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    ROFL
    you mean the NS-series is desinged for women? and teh 8k is known too break..
    omg..

    some bloke on the club asked me(/my dad) to get him the most expensive racket me, thinking he's a fool..got him teh racket, the NS8k...
    he's a brainless smasher..not capable of any sort of tactics but speed and power..he's got a huge temper, breaking 10 rackets in 2 years...

    and he wants a girly, head-light, breakable racket, wich isn't desinged for smashing...

    still don't know what was wrong with his at-800-def...he got it 2 months...weirdass

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    Haha.. i was laughing at my post. Sorry guys. What i meant was good for MANY People. Not MAN people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Haha.. i was laughing at my post. Sorry guys. What i meant was good for MANY People. Not MAN people.
    I really couldn't figure out the post. Thanks for clearing that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    I think its good enough for man people LOL!
    or,

    I think its good enough for man',' people LOL!


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    Actually the racket can be used by anyone. Not only for females. It is designed for female user friendly since it has a smaller grip "which generally most women does have small hands". For the guys who have small hands can use also.
    By the way this racket can be used by kids as well.

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    I got my NS 6000 last week, and have had it strung with Gosen NanoCubic at 24/26 lbs.

    My review after trying it out for a while is....

    It sucks

    It feels more head-heavy than the specs would indicate (maybe it's because of the small grip?!?!), no feel (probably the LSC takes away some of the feel, using the Nanocubics (0,70) isn't probaly sutiable as well.. I would guess BG66Sharp or BG80 would be a better choice!

    Desipe the "sluggish" feel of the 3U compared to AT700/4U, NS7000/8000/3U/2U , it still doesn't pack much punch.. Highly dissapointed...

    So as always.. racket taste will be different from persons for persons..
    This one is definitively not for me... So now I have to find that special girl I guess to give it to ;D

    For me:
    Control 7/10
    Power 6/10
    Feel 5/10
    Defence 7/10

    cheers,
    Twobeer

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    Does anyone can tell me where I can obtain a NS6000 over here in Germany ?
    I am highly interested in one and would love to try out.

    btw. I am a guy with female hands and just 1.43m tall.
    I was looking for a head light raquet for ages and then after considering the Winex Aerodynamic 200, the NS6000 appeared.
    At the moment I am playing with a ten year old ISO 800 SP 2uG5, quite heavy but I love the feel of control (feedback) it provides.

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    Default Yonex Ns6240??

    Im new to Badminton and a friend from Saudi Arabia is selling me a YONEX NS6240 (Made in Japan). I searched in the internet about this model, but never found info whether it is genuine or immitation.

    Please help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdizon
    Im new to Badminton and a friend from Saudi Arabia is selling me a YONEX NS6240 (Made in Japan). I searched in the internet about this model, but never found info whether it is genuine or immitation.

    Please help!
    it's a fake. The dark reddish brown one?
    my fren bot one from beijing, for peanut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdizon
    Im new to Badminton and a friend from Saudi Arabia is selling me a YONEX NS6240 (Made in Japan). I searched in the internet about this model, but never found info whether it is genuine or immitation.

    Please help!
    Definitely fake.

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    Thanks S4MadMan and cooler. vbmenu_register("postmenu_302475", true);

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