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    i have just purchased the ns9900 from bkk it is a g53u, an i need too string the racket up asap an i was wondering what type of tension i can string it up to without any problems? as the racket says upto 25lbs but i also heard from somewhere that this racket can hold upto 38lbs because of the materials used in this racket or is that just a myth???....

    Also i heard there was a difference between uk specified ns9900 and ones bought in far east???

    Thanks guys n gals....

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    I've strung with NBG98 string. 27 lbs no issue.

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    I'm using BG80 strung at 29lbs. Been using for 2 weeks and still no problems yet. =D. Hope that helps. =D

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    thanks guys i was thinking of stringing mine up at 26x28 with bg65 or nbg-95. out of interest how much can you buy nbg-98 for?

    Can most yonex rackets take these high tensions?

    Do you guys string your rackets yourself?

    Thanks for your replys..

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    I strung mine at 30 to 32lbs. Either i string it myself or some pll will string for me. At the moment it is still ok... have been using it for sometime now.

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    The higher the tension, the harder you have to hit the shuttle to have the trampoline effect, especially for smashing. I have my own stringer, and after a few restringings, I found 27#s ideal for my style. Prefer BG80 over NGY95.

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    Mine is using BG66s @ 28lbs at the moment. Very nice, I might say. No problems yet.

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    I hope you can help me all. I have always played with the At 700 Special edition, but they are all gone so now i need new rackets. I think the best successors will be or the Nanospeed 9900 of the Amortec 900 power. I am a attacking player and I like to play with stiff heavy head rackets, can somebody give me an advice? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nsmaling View Post
    I hope you can help me all. I have always played with the At 700 Special edition, but they are all gone so now i need new rackets. I think the best successors will be or the Nanospeed 9900 of the Amortec 900 power. I am a attacking player and I like to play with stiff heavy head rackets, can somebody give me an advice? Thanks
    Are you only considering Yonex racquets only ? Both NS9900 and AT900P doesn't play like AT700. I presume you are referring to AT700 Limited edition ? The closest to that would of course be the current version of AT700.

    One of the closest racquet in feel to the AT700 is SOTX CP5000, I have one and it plays very similar to the AT700.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nsmaling View Post
    I hope you can help me all. I have always played with the At 700 Special edition, but they are all gone so now i need new rackets. I think the best successors will be or the Nanospeed 9900 of the Amortec 900 power. I am a attacking player and I like to play with stiff heavy head rackets, can somebody give me an advice? Thanks
    If you're familar with AT700 and prefer stiff heavy head rackets, AT900P will be more suitable for you as NS9900 will be a bit on the head light side, tho' it is a very stiff racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nsmaling View Post
    I hope you can help me all. I have always played with the At 700 Special edition, but they are all gone so now i need new rackets. I think the best successors will be or the Nanospeed 9900 of the Amortec 900 power. I am a attacking player and I like to play with stiff heavy head rackets, can somebody give me an advice? Thanks
    You can still get AT700 in 3U. They are pretty much the same racquet except the paint job. (That is what the evil empire told me...)

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    I bought NS9900 last week at Pertama Complexs for RM700, equipt with string BG65 on 26lbs. Second time using it yesterday.

    My first impression is very lighweight racket. I missed a few return and had week smashing at first 2 or 3 set. But after second session, i was blended together with racket. I react fast, delivered powerfull smash, quick return and i think it was amazing. The only regret is that i removed the original leather grip which makes the handle feels hard and much smaller. I'm a smasher type of player which i'm more confortable with bigger handle.

    During the game last night, i had clashed with my friend's old MP77 racket. Luckily he just hit my racket's handle and my small finger. His racket's broke and mine escape without single scratch. Fuuhhh...real scary..

    My overall recommendation is save your money and get this racket! And don't remove the original grip as it will give you softer feelings when holding it.

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    Planning to get NS9.9K soon. Before that can recommend me what string shld i use and at what tension.

    Really clueless in terms of string types and tension.

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    dun go for nbg98...too soft and lose tension quite quick

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    may refer to Dinkalot string review & then u can decide for yourself

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    Can you please advice where the dinkalot string review is please...

    Also i have just bought 2 ns9900 and i strung 1 racket with bg65@25x27lbs and it felt ok maybe because it was the first session using it, but 2nd session i had my other racket strung with nbg-95 at 26x28lbs and that felt an played awesome i would reccomend that set up at this moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jk1980 View Post
    dun go for nbg98...too soft and lose tension quite quick
    i'm currently using nbg98 with the ns9900 and they are fine.

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