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    Mine is 3UG3, original grip removed, one one AC102 super grap, on top of the wood, I didn't feel any vibrations with the original grip on, and I haven't felt any vibrations without the original grip. Mine is UK coded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    @Smash-Tajam&T-Maker,

    pls PM me if you guys keen to let your ns9900s go. i have been using at900p too and just manage to get hold of this. but i feel it is doing better for me. agree that it 'vibrates' a bit more but darn, it feel good at net and taking harsh smashes.
    sorry mate... wrong person to ask !!! hahaha

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    yes, can feel it vibrates relatively more as compared to my arc8dx and at900t. 3ug5 as well. but it is still my favourite racket for now. light yet powerful. cheers!

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    I also do not have any feel of vibration ,also my partner too.And for whom want to play with hard smash for your main weapon.This is only my comment I play with AT70MG my smash have a "bang" but get out of the court,clear with it very easy compare with NS9.9K.But one thing I notice from AT70MG is there is no accurate compare with NS9.9K.So if one is suit my style will be NS9.9K not AT70MG because I prefer movement pressure tactics than shot pressure,I smash when opportunity is clear.So please not compare head light and head heavy that is better than one.But which one that suit your style and go get it.Once again rac+string+tension+grip+technique=your good extened arm as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ns9900 View Post
    yes, can feel it vibrates relatively more as compared to my arc8dx and at900t. 3ug5 as well. but it is still my favourite racket for now. light yet powerful. cheers!
    you're right, it's the most powerful head light balance racket i ever have. In men double, i provide a string of non-stop long range missiles perfectly, great in front of the net. I still able to pull a successful harsh smash with tired hand. A lighter version of Z Slash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidfire View Post
    What string do u all prefer for ns9900?
    Nanogy98 @ 26lbs. The racket itself generates great repulsions + the nanogy string + great skills = Highly responsive powerful racket.

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    Hmmm...I wonder if a 2U NS9900 is a heavy head-light racket??
    =.="

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    i own two 2u. it is still head light compare to armortec 3u when i balance them. but its head heavier than my 2u ti 10 3rd.

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    I am testing NS9900 with BG66 Ultimax @ 26lbs tonight. I have 2x NS9900, so far still prefer BG85 compare BG98. Still thinking what stencil to use on my racquet, hehe. Provide some review after this.

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    Make sure the Nanospeed9900 is genuine... I've seen so many fake NS9900 in the markets, cost only $40 to $50, (which i rate them not even worth $10 unless you're backyard shuttler)

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    i own two 2u. it is still head light compare to armortec 3u when i balance them. but its head heavier than my 2u ti 10 3rd.
    Hi concretemad, thanks for the feedback! I wonder if those 2U NS9900 are your main rackets? How powerful are those rackets when they are still head light? Look forward to hearing from you

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    I said this before and I'll say it again: NS9900 is d best!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghooga View Post
    Hi concretemad, thanks for the feedback! I wonder if those 2U NS9900 are your main rackets? How powerful are those rackets when they are still head light? Look forward to hearing from you
    am only using one as i seldom play. the other i left it unstrung. for me, i can smash hardest with it. better than the 2u ti10 3rd i own.

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    Anyone here playing both 2U NS9900 and 3U NS9900? Does your smash defense suffer from using the heavier 2U?
    I understand 3U NS9900 doesnt smash as hard as Z slash or Amortec 700. But how close the 2U NS9900 in smashing power?
    And my main concern is how the 2U NS9900 defense the smashes compare to the 3U version?
    Thanks for the input everyone.

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    NS9900 and BG66 Ultimax is a match made from heaven. You have the control and repulsion for the double. Read my review at string area. I will be testing with other strings such as Carlton and Gamma soon.I owned 2x NS9900 3U.

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    Is the nano9900 a powerful racquet ? Can be use in single ? will i lose Power ? thxto answer guys

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    Any racket can be used in singles or doubles . Lose power compared to what?
    If you have to ask perhaps you should look at something else already ...

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