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    Quote Originally Posted by risingsun View Post
    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.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=38509
    U shouldn't miss this as u can see this thread the moment u click on "String" tab.

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    got ns9.9k last week, tried it out yesterday, after being an arc10 user. went from 26lbs bg80 on arc to 27lbs bg70 ns and i have to say, i prefer the ns by far. i assumed i would have a lot of trouble adjusting to the new balance and stiffness, but it seemed to suit me more. i would actually consider going at about 29-30 tension, since i think i could use a bit more, and the string is going to soften up a bit soon.
    things i noticed was, that head light suits me a lot more, to the point where i actually smash better with ns in one day, than i did with arc for about 8 months. angles are faster, reaction time is better, so i can get in a good swing, where with arc i might have had to pick a different shot. feels solid. i recommend. went from being an arc10 fan to ns in a day. actually took me a while to adjust to arc10, but played with ns as if i had been for months.

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    yeah the arc10 is far more rigid so it takes alot longer to adjust to the arc10 whereas the ns9900 is alot easier to get use to and I think that it is a great racquet

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    Just a small update

    I relised the problem with why I didn't like it
    As I was used to towel grip and a G4 grip in comparison to what I had with my ns9900 with no overgrip and a G3 size
    What I did was I added a towel grip and it seems to have done the trick I really like the racquet again

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    Tried out the NS9900 for a bit yesterday. Very very fast racquet, much faster than the other nanospeeds. Powerful too, and feels good. Unlike the NS9000X which sometimes feels hollow and has poor headspeed for a nanospeed, the NS9900 felt exceptionally responsive and quick. More forgiving, and also more rewarding I think.

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    Yes it is... Good accuracy too, placement of shots are very accurate if you hit it right.

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    Is it just me or the string,i felt better while playing with its brother,NS9000X.Last time i strung my 9000X at 28lbs,BG85.Now i'm using a 24lbs 9900 65ti.Felt weird.No power.Maybe i should restring it before i can say anything about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    Is it just me or the string,i felt better while playing with its brother,NS9000X.Last time i strung my 9000X at 28lbs,BG85.Now i'm using a 24lbs 9900 65ti.Felt weird.No power.Maybe i should restring it before i can say anything about that.
    BG-65Ti is much less powerful than BG-85.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstevens View Post
    BG-65Ti is much less powerful than BG-85.
    Yes,i am aware of that.I believe the tension matters as well.I prefer 65ti these days,since it has both power and durability.Next time i'll string it at higher tension,such as 27,28 to see its real face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    yeah the arc10 is far more rigid so it takes alot longer to adjust to the arc10 whereas the ns9900 is alot easier to get use to and I think that it is a great racquet
    Hah....the only racquet IMO that is really too stiff for me is probably NS9000X....probably because of the weird balance and the insane stiffness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    yeah the arc10 is far more rigid so it takes alot longer to adjust to the arc10 whereas the ns9900 is alot easier to get use to and I think that it is a great racquet
    i you think its less stiff than the ARC10?
    wow.

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    Hey...

    Using Yonex MP66 now and use it for almost 3yrs. Thinking about switching to NS 9.9K. What do u think? You think it is a good idea.. Big investment.

    YOu think i will have a hard time adjusting to new racket since got so much use to MP66??

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    You'll find it's much stiffer but a bit speedier too. You might have to get used to the more rigid feel. You could try the NS6000 first, cause it's similar to the MP66.

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    Haha.. got my new NS9.9K.. not try it out yet..

    Tension with 66 string at 25lb. wanted to 26lb but the shop said they are worried since the racket said max 24lb..

    Actually how high can the racket stand?? Or rather.. how high you seen others strung with this racket and still ok???
    Just so i know to be safe

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    I string 27 lbs for couple of months already. No issue. The tension stated at the racquet is extremely conservative. Pros go for high tension like 28-30+.

    I would suggest you go to another shop to string if they didn't know that.
    Probably inexperience stringer.

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    just got more obsessed of having this one after reading your great posts.
    but still wonder to ask for recommendation to fit NS9900:
    1.what kind of YY string (or other brand) to use for maximizing its speed?
    2.what wud be the best string tension to play double (intensively offensive) ? manual or machine-stringing ?

    tks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdoel10 View Post
    just got more obsessed of having this one after reading your great posts.
    but still wonder to ask for recommendation to fit NS9900:
    1.what kind of YY string (or other brand) to use for maximizing its speed?
    2.what wud be the best string tension to play double (intensively offensive) ? manual or machine-stringing ?

    tks
    Nanogy98, Bg66 or Bg80. Tension depending player... 26lbs onwards.

    Manual or Machine? Depend on the stringer..

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