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    this summer, i'm planning on buying two maybe 3 more mp99's but before i do, i wanted to know what other yonex racquet is smiliar to it. any suggestions?

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    I don't think there are any other YY that's stiff and even balanced like the MP99. The ATs are head heavy while the NS are head light. The closest I would say is the AT900T which some people describe as being even balance compared to the rest of the AT line.

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    nah. the AT900 T is nothing like the MP99.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    nah. the AT900 T is nothing like the MP99.
    Agree, buy more MP99 before it get phased out next year or the year after that. I got a news from Yonex that MP line is being phased out in 2 yr (may be 1 depend on model) in US. NS line is suppose to be the replacement, however, there might be a new line in 2 yr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keben View Post
    this summer, i'm planning on buying two maybe 3 more mp99's but before i do, i wanted to know what other yonex racquet is smiliar to it. any suggestions?
    others views may differ but imho the ns8000 would be feel similar to the mp99.

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    Why not u try the other like Carlton Powerflo 807 Wide

    85 g
    Stiff
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    Iso head micro carbon
    up to 28lbs

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    i'm just gonna buy more mp99's for now before i can't buy them any more

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    maybe i was taking in all the info wrong but i couldn't find an answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by roller View Post
    others views may differ but imho the ns8000 would be feel similar to the mp99.
    i agree with you here, except ns8 is obviously a hella lot lighter than mp99 and the feel's nicer with the sfc

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    what's sfc stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keben View Post
    what's sfc stand for?
    sfc = solid feel core

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    i guess i'm gonna look into the ns8000 for now. if any other racquets come into this thread, i'll look into those too

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    How about AT800DE????

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    for now, i'm gonna stick to mp99's. when the time comes for me to change to a different racquet, i'll look into the other series

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    Quote Originally Posted by keben View Post
    this summer, i'm planning on buying two maybe 3 more mp99's but before i do, i wanted to know what other yonex racquet is smiliar to it. any suggestions?
    Try the MP90, it is very similar

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    from what i read here in the forums, the mp90 is the same as mp99. only difference is that japan uses different numbers for their racquets.

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