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    YONEX Badminton Rackets Chart by BbeShop.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gessle
    YONEX Badminton Rackets Chart by BbeShop.com
    Huh, that's interesting. Seems they've compiled a number of the discontinued models in with the newer ones too.

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    Notice that, the shop is trying to squeeze everything onto the graph and make every racket unique on the graph. This yields incorrect graph since I see in no way that Cab-10MS is more singles-oriented than Cab-20Long. Notice that many of them are not done by Yonex; BBE made their own judgements on this.

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    how's the new nanospeed 7000 compared to the armortec 800 OF? is the 7000 the only model in the nanospeed lineup?

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    As of today, NS8000 is not out yet, therefore, NS-7000 is the only one for now.

    Here is the 05' Yonex graph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    As of today, NS8000 is not out yet
    In the UK it is. At the All England
    I poicked up a copy of the UK Yonex catalog for 2005. It had the NS8000 on the chart like this.
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    On the chart with the MP30..... NS7000 is placed very close to MP30..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gessle
    YONEX Badminton Rackets Chart by BbeShop.com
    I refer to the YONEX Badminton Rackets Chart by BbeShop.com.

    Noted there are MP30, MP33 and CAB-30MS.
    My question is whether MP33=MP30, just like MP99=MP90, MP88=MP80, MP77=MP70, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim
    I refer to the YONEX Badminton Rackets Chart by BbeShop.com.

    Noted there are MP30, MP33 and CAB-30MS.
    My question is whether MP33=MP30, just like MP99=MP90, MP88=MP80, MP77=MP70, etc.
    from the following link....
    http://www.bbeshop.com/en/racket_ti.htm

    i do not think that MP30 = MP33

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    So what's the difference between mp 99 and 90? It looks the same =\

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    This is the selection chart featured in the UK 2005 catalogue, it features both the NS7000 and NS8000.
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    All these chart seems illogical doesn't it?

    Firstly : MP100 is supposed to be the most offensive racket claimed by yonex and after they updated the chart it became as offensive as AT800OF than it disappear.

    Secondly : Many people made comment that AT800DE is more offensive but has less control yet they put it much lower on the chart compared to MP99

    So if they really collected these statistic, they would have made MP99 lower and AT800DE higher or its just BF'ers has different views

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai91
    All these chart seems illogical doesn't it?

    Firstly : MP100 is supposed to be the most offensive racket claimed by yonex and after they updated the chart it became as offensive as AT800OF than it disappear.

    Secondly : Many people made comment that AT800DE is more offensive but has less control yet they put it much lower on the chart compared to MP99

    So if they really collected these statistic, they would have made MP99 lower and AT800DE higher or its just BF'ers has different views
    No, Yonex makes graph based on the comparisons, or I should save, it's relative graphs. MP100 is not on the graph because it's out of production in most of countries. The graph itself has no unit, and therefore, it's not based on the absolute values (There is no X-Y values).

    People is another factor; Everyone feels things differently. The graph is just their intended design or goal, it doesn't necessary mean people would feel it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    No, Yonex makes graph based on the comparisons, or I should save, it's relative graphs. MP100 is not on the graph because it's out of production in most of countries. The graph itself has no unit, and therefore, it's not based on the absolute values (There is no X-Y values).

    People is another factor; Everyone feels things differently. The graph is just their intended design or goal, it doesn't necessary mean people would feel it that way.
    agree with you....
    like me myself....even people tend to say Ti-10 is good for smashing and singles game....
    I've tried for couple of months to get used to it...but still...I found that my cab 21Sp is much much better....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wawan
    agree with you....
    like me myself....even people tend to say Ti-10 is good for smashing and singles game....
    I've tried for couple of months to get used to it...but still...I found that my cab 21Sp is much much better....
    Totally agree with you,i think cab21 is just the really classic
    in cab series

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    How come the ns7000 and ns8000 are neither doubles oriented nor singles? What does it mean then? Sorry, my first time, sorry again if i interrupted too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegodofdeath21
    How come the ns7000 and ns8000 are neither doubles oriented nor singles? What does it mean then? Sorry, my first time, sorry again if i interrupted too.
    It can be preferably be used for both singles and doubles without problems.

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