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    Default Nanogy 95 On MP44??

    I was thinking about buying a Yonex Mp44 on badmintonalley.com and i've been reading that it doesnt have that much power it in. Sooo.... i was thinking that sence Nanogy 95 gives alot of repulsion would it make a big differnece when it is strung at 22 pounds on the Mp44

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    Honestly I don't think you will see a major difference, although Nanogy 95 is an excellent string, it won't give the MP44 a drastic power jump.

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    Why not consider a different racket? The MP44 isn't exactly a powerful racket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan
    Why not consider a different racket? The MP44 isn't exactly a powerful racket...
    I Don't have much money as i try saving my lunch money but end up spending it on food, but anyways i was just thinking about useing the Mp44 wit nanology 95 as a spair to much Mp29 light with Bg 65ti strung at 22 pounds

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    Well, If you don't have money, I can't really see why you should take the Yonex route (as you pay a premium for the brand, marketing etc.)..

    For the same money as a MP44 you can usually get better stuff from makers like Tactic, Winex, Trump, Yang Yang, Kason, Victor etc..

    That said, I see no problem why you should not be able to get great power from a MP44, NG95 combo!! Great strings and a good racket.. Should be able to get some bombers with godd tensioned NG95 and an MP44 in the hands of a good player!

    /T

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    That combo calls for 30 + lbs of drop weight tension .

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    I suggest you get another MP29. Awesome racket as far as entry level muscle powers go. Stick an MP29 with nanogy, I think its cheaper, and you'll keep the same feel and power.

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    1. Your own technique counts way more important than any string or racket.

    2. If budget is tight, consider reputable non-yonex brands.

    3. All the talking about "xxx gives better power or yyy gives better control" is very much personal preference. Whether the MP44 + N95 string works for you or not, is unknown.

    4. Personally, I would go to the local stores to try some non-yonex brands, and find the best one (performance vs. price) for yourself, and string it with BG80. It should be a cheaper and safter and better approach.

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