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    Default is the nanospeed 9000s good

    i have an armortec 900p and i was thinking of getting the nanospeed 9000s. i am offensive based but i can also defend when needed. so i was wondering whether it would be hard adjusting to the ns9ks?

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    NS9k is head-lighter than your AT900P

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    Quote Originally Posted by iph03n1xi View Post
    NS9k is head-lighter than your AT900P
    do you happen to know if it's a lot lighter than the AT900? is it easy to adjust to?

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    why not make a jump to ArcS 7? Prolly cheaper than ns9000s too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    why not make a jump to ArcS 7? Prolly cheaper than ns9000s too.
    i prefer a stiff racquet. i've also tried my friend's as10 and i didn't like it that much.

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    if u like stiff, go for the ns9000x, it is still head lighter than 900P

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    if u like stiff, go for the ns9000x, it is still head lighter than 900P
    i was wondering though, would my power decrease by a lot if i go with the type s? i'm afraid the type x would be too stiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InAHurry View Post
    i was wondering though, would my power decrease by a lot if i go with the type s? i'm afraid the type x would be too stiff.
    eh, i figure your power wont decrease much at all. its you swinging the racket. its more timing and stuff. shouldnt be a major power loss.

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    has anyone tried both racquets and could give me a personal view of them both?

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    look here, nuff said.....

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    thx jymbalaya, that was very helpful. does anyone have any comments about the mp99 or ns8000? those seem very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InAHurry View Post
    thx jymbalaya, that was very helpful. does anyone have any comments about the mp99 or ns8000? those seem very good.
    the ns8000 is headlight while the mp99 is slightly head heavy. i've used both and i prefer the headlightedness of the ns8k over the mp99.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    the ns8000 is headlight while the mp99 is slightly head heavy. i've used both and i prefer the headlightedness of the ns8k over the mp99.
    how's the power for both? compared to my at900p, is the ns8k a big difference? i heard that the mp99 is really powerful. any comments on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InAHurry View Post
    how's the power for both? compared to my at900p, is the ns8k a big difference? i heard that the mp99 is really powerful. any comments on this?
    I have used the all three and yes, the 900P has more power than the 8K and the 99 but then it lacks the speed needed for defence in doubles.

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    i've also heard good things bout the at700. if i get that, would that be an upgrade to my at900p?

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    would the mp99 be an upgrade either? sry for all teh questions

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    It is apparent that the nice knowledgeable folks who have responded so far are not going to be able to predict, to your satisfaction, what racquet will suit you exactly.

    With the prospective purchases that you are naming, you obviously have deep pockets.

    Perhaps you should buy two of the rackets that you are pondering ... preferably two very different rackets .... and see what suits you.

    Or better yet, why not borrow or rent these models before you buy. (but I forgot...you're "in a hurry")

    Anyhow, good luck.
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