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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Nanogy98, Bg66 or Bg80. Tension depending player... 26lbs onwards.

    Manual or Machine? Depend on the stringer..
    well,tks anyway ants.
    still dont get what u mean by 'depend on the stringer' ? pls xplain more

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    is 9.9k stiffer than 9000x?
    is 9.9k stiffer then at900p?
    is 9.9k stiffer than at900t?
    is 9.9k stiffer than at700?
    has any one broke the 9.9k yet?
    sry mind ans all the question?
    Last edited by Gold-; 06-24-2009 at 06:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    is 9.9k stiffer than 9000x? Noo
    is 9.9k stiffer then at900p? Not sure
    is 9.9k stiffer than at900t? Yes
    is 9.9k stiffer than at700? Yes
    has any one broke the 9.9k yet?
    sry mind ans all the question?
    NS9900 is pretty stiff...but it swings faster so it evens out.

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    Just got a new NS9900 2U with 27lbs BG80.
    I feel the frame is pretty bouncy, the shaft feels not that stiff when I hit the string on my hand. I think it's not as stiff as how I feel when bending the shaft.
    I think it has very good control among NS series.
    The size of the sweetspot is close to NS9000-S and a bit smaller IMO.

    Swing speed is faster than I thought. Can't figure out the reason from the frame shape or material.
    The frame shape is similar to other AERO rackets but it swings faster.
    Material should not have effect on swing speed.

    Yonex seems to be apt to hide details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Re took some of the pics. All solid JPs.
    Are the racquets for sale? Where did you buy it from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Re took some of the pics. All solid JPs.
    These racquets for sale? cuz im interested..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagar1232 View Post
    These racquets for sale? cuz im interested..
    You should be looking here:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...play.php?f=153

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    Quote Originally Posted by foo.tw View Post
    Just got a new NS9900 2U with 27lbs BG80.
    I feel the frame is pretty bouncy, the shaft feels not that stiff when I hit the string on my hand. I think it's not as stiff as how I feel when bending the shaft.
    I think it has very good control among NS series.
    The size of the sweetspot is close to NS9000-S and a bit smaller IMO.

    Swing speed is faster than I thought. Can't figure out the reason from the frame shape or material.
    The frame shape is similar to other AERO rackets but it swings faster.
    Material should not have effect on swing speed.

    Yonex seems to be apt to hide details.
    yeah......but i think the most advantage that i can look physically is the design of the frame which will give the maximum air resistance(i thought of when my first sight of the racquet )....it's not like AT900 which in a box shaped frame, but in my opinion if AT900 in combine with NS9900 frame shape there will be more booom with whippp at the jumps right............

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    is zelm power play 9990 stiffer or ns9900 stiffer?

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    I am using AT900P; I like power smashing and flat drive. Usually in doubles, I can play front and behind. I am planning buy the ARC10 but after have read the ARC10 and NS9900 article review. Now I am confusing which model should I buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tientienwan View Post
    I am using AT900P; I like power smashing and flat drive. Usually in doubles, I can play front and behind. I am planning buy the ARC10 but after have read the ARC10 and NS9900 article review. Now I am confusing which model should I buy it?

    I personal think that u suitable to use ARC 10.It heavier than NS9900.but stil lighter than At900p.my personal opinion is ARC10 is all rounder racket,so suitable for single and double.At900p is attacking racket.So suitable for single player but will feel slow in double when fast swing or defence.NS 9900 is the most faster swing Racket in YONEX.So it will suit for double too.Most of the Player who using Ti 10 will change to NS9900 soon.U can try to swing this 3 rackets then u will know it what the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grayson View Post
    I personal think that u suitable to use ARC 10.It heavier than NS9900.but stil lighter than At900p.my personal opinion is ARC10 is all rounder racket,so suitable for single and double.At900p is attacking racket.So suitable for single player but will feel slow in double when fast swing or defence.NS 9900 is the most faster swing Racket in YONEX.So it will suit for double too.Most of the Player who using Ti 10 will change to NS9900 soon.U can try to swing this 3 rackets then u will know it what the difference.
    the ns9900 is a great doulbles racquet especialy if u like playing at the front if u have great reactions then you can make the most of it's head light balance
    I find it really good for singles and doulbles
    As for arc 10 never played with it for a doulbles match once I swapped with a friend in a singles friendly game and found it was well weighted I think it is suitable for both types of game but I think I still prefer nanospeeds

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    I bought the Nanospeed 9900 2U JP version about 1 months ago and this racket is definetly the best racket which I have ever owned so far after playing previously with TI-10, Nanospeed 9000X (both 2U) & Sotx CP7000.

    I had played with the ARC 10 once but I didn't really like it.

    The major improvement of the Nanospeed 9900 towards the Nanospeed X is the better manoeuvrability for defensive shoots. Power is about the same imo.

    I feel much better at the net now than before (setting up & finish for the kill). This is what other players told me.

    But actually my best investment so far is my private coaching lesson with a former HKG national player. Quite expensive at HKD 400 per hour but definetly worth every cent!!!

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    Hi Firedrive, then may i know how is it compared to Li Ning N90? Any comparison made? In additional, N90 is much much more expensive than NS9900.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyid02 View Post
    Hi Firedrive, then may i know how is it compared to Li Ning N90? Any comparison made? In additional, N90 is much much more expensive than NS9900.
    I have not tried the N90 personally but one of the chap in my club has this racket. I might ask him to let me swing a few times next week.

    Although I am an offensive player and a hard smasher, I don't really fancy head heavy racket because the defensive factor is lacking. And at the end of the days, you can't only rely on a big smash, especially if you play against some advance players.

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    Yup, agree, hmmm so NS9900 still more value for money thank you very much for your comments.

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    I'm currently using a 3UG4 AS version NS9900 and I find I haven't really won a game with it in doubles play. I however find it VERY repulsive and whippy when you apply a fast wrist generated swing speed. The really interesting aspect about the racquet is that it attracts you to be fast on your feet and to grasp all the shots your opponent make, thus (to me) makes it kind of hard and disconcerting for doubles pairing/harmony but very good for dominating play in a singles game. It also reminds me of an old 2U Ti-10 (1st gen) I used to play with but only with more feel due to the stiffness and lighter since it's 3U. The smash capability is also very good since you're applying whip from your arm rather than depending on the head weight of the racquet, making it feel better to maneuver than an Armortec.

    In fact it is almost TOO repulsive with the current NBG 95 (at 23lbs) string I have on it. I'm planning to restring it with BG 65 which I'm more used to. Hopefully this will give me a better balance between having a good soft feel and high repulsion and whip when needed. Hope I've contributed to the marketing and shelf life of this racquet (hehe, LOL).

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