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    Hi! I have a question. What is the difference between NS 9000 s and NS 9000 x? Can anyone explain it please? thanks in advance

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    Its just the stiffness of the shaft. S being stiff and X being extra stiff. Besides that, the colour difference of the cone. Thats all.

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    Also the yonex logo colour on the frame is different.

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    so which one is better for me if i'm a type that do alot of drop shot?

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    most likely the S then, if you don't have enough arm/wrist power to use the X.

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    Depend on what kind of drop shot. Are you talking about net drop up close to the net or back court drop from the back? If you do a lot of net drop and has good strength for clear and smash, X will be a better choice while if you do a lot of back court drop and like to clear and defend smashes, S will be my suggestion.

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    If I'm correct, the X has feels that the head is heavier compared to the S.

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    @ matt
    yes, you're correct, X slightly heavier than S

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    I have a question again now. With both of the racket for X and S what is the good lbs for the string to handle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboiz86 View Post
    I have a question again now. With both of the racket for X and S what is the good lbs for the string to handle?
    any tension from 20-30lbs.
    whichever tension that you preferred.

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    which 1 u really prefeer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboiz86 View Post
    which 1 u really prefeer?
    Any tension that you are comfortable with. Some people may find 20lbs too low and some may find 30lbs too high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboiz86 View Post
    which 1 u really prefeer?
    guess that, you are still new in badminton.
    now, get yonex bg-66 @ 23lbs for a start.
    as time goes on, you may try out other type and tension of strings.

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    Yeah, there are no specific tensions for a string. It just depends on your preference.

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