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    ti-10 yellow,ti-10purple and ns9900 which one is more head lighter, stiffer and more durable???

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    well, i am pretty sure that the NS9900 feels the lightest. the Ti-10 may be stiffer, but i haven't played with a Third gen. durable is probably the NS9900.

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    For me the NS9900 feels like the stiffest of the three. And I think the NS9900 is the most durable, because we have already broken several Ti-10 yellow en purple ones. The Ti-10 purple the (head)lightest.

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    is there any more players which can agree that the ns9900 is stiffer than the ti-10 (yellow and purple)
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    .................
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    imo, ti-10 3rd and ns9900 have same stiffness,
    ns9900 more headlight that ti-10 3rd.

    currently my main racket is ns9900.
    last month my main racket was ti-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dani737 View Post
    currently my main racket is ns9900.
    last month my main racket was ti-10.
    so this mean next month is back to Ti 10?

    or something with a letter "Z" ?

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    Hi bros: compare Yonex Nanospeed 9900, Yonex z -slash and Yonex armotec 700 old color ... which one is stiffest of all ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi bros: compare Yonex Nanospeed 9900, Yonex z -slash and Yonex armotec 700 old color ... which one is stiffest of all ?
    9900>700>Z (which you could have found out by reading the threads )

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    So bro: u mean Nanospeed 9900 is the stiffest of all ?

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    Ferrerkiko,

    looks like it in terms of stiffness, ns9900 (head light but leaner), at 700 (heavy heavy and meatier) and z (even balanced for static weight and slightly heavy heavy for swing weight; with all the fats trimmed).

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    i have played with TI-10(purple), AT700, NS9000S/X (both) and now NS9900. for me the stiffest is NS9000X but durability is definitely NS9900 (don't know about the Z).

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    NS9900 is the stiffest. The next one in the NS series is probably the NS8000. The NS9000 (X or S) isn't actually too bad purely because of greater mass on the head.

    Most of the top-end Yonex rackets have stiff shafts. It's just differences in balance that makes people feel otherwise. Based on this, the Ti-10s (2nd or 3rd gen) are definitely not as stiff as the nanospeeds.

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    How can you guys adapt to different rackets every month ? lol
    I have tried, and I failed miserably ... and I always come back to my trustee Ashaway Palladium XT600, head heavy racket...
    And I have tested out lots of new Yonex rackets, and only thing I liked was the AT900P, and the AT700....
    I tried the NS9900.... feels too light ... I have to put in MORE effort, for all shots..

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith.roche View Post
    How can you guys adapt to different rackets every month ? lol
    I have tried, and I failed miserably ... and I always come back to my trustee Ashaway Palladium XT600, head heavy racket...
    And I have tested out lots of new Yonex rackets, and only thing I liked was the AT900P, and the AT700....
    I tried the NS9900.... feels too light ... I have to put in MORE effort, for all shots..
    haha that's a good one. the rackets i have mentioned are not all the rackets i have tried/owned. all i can say is i have been playing badminton for a long time so this isn't really that bad. however it does takes me couple months to get completely used to a new racket. but if you are making the transition within the same series or balance types, that should make it easier.

    good thing that you are consistent in your racket selection in AT900P and AT700. both are attacking head heavy racket. If you do want to try another racket, i think the ARC 10 is a good choice for you as well.

    but 1 thing i have to disagree with you is that you DO NOT have to put in more effort to play your shots with NS9900. as matter of fact because of the lightness, NS9900 helps me to generate more power and faster swings with less effort. then again, not every racket is suited for everyone. different racket/series is designed to fit certain playing style. i think NS9900 is more suited for double players with good net plays, fast wrist action, and good deception in you back court drops/attacking lobs/smashes. it also does generate a surprisingly powerful smash once you get the timing down.

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    NS9900 is indeed a very stiff racquet that will take some adjusting for most people.

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    Hi bros : let's say compared these 4 rackets of spec stiffness and headheavy:

    1) Armotec 700

    2) Nanospeed 8000

    3) Nanospeed 9000 Type X

    4) Nanospeed 9900

    5) Ti -10

    Which one to choose from for the most stiffness & most heavyhead?

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