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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    Hi, thanks for that. Unfortunately I can only get the 3U as the place I'm getting it from does not have the 2U anymore.

    When I was using the 2U Ti-10 Gen-1, I felt it was a little too head heavy for me. So my defense was slow and poor. I'm also using only 3U racquets now so was thinking that it wouldn't be too unfamiliar for me.

    However I'm not sure if the combination of a 3U and a head-light racquet as in the NS9900 would mean it would not feel solid enough. I found the 3U Arc10 very hollow/flimsy and difficult to get any power from it. Is the 3U NS9900 the same?
    the biggest issue i have switching from a voltric, to an arcsaber, to a nanospeed is the swing weight. unfortunately for me, i bought the 3u nano9900 before i realized that there's a 2u version out, so i wasn't able to generate as much power, and because i'm not strong enough. the racket is solid, and you probably won't feel the hollow-ness, but you'll notice that it will swing a lot faster if you're used to arcs and voltrics. your timing might need adjustments. but if you play a lot you'll be able to adjust in no time. i recommend you stay with the same string and tension as that on your other rackets until you figure out your swing, then switch strings if necessary.

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    Just gotten my 2nd hand ns9900 strung with BG80 @ 24lbs

    tempted to try BG66 haha, but for an intermediate none-competitive level, can get expensive easily lol.

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    OMG.

    Gotta know from Modern Sports that Yonex was having clearance for NS9900 recently. Discount up to 40% ++ some more.

    Meaning we can no longer buy this racket in the future? Oh no!

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    aj been selling ns9900 with string/grip for rm590

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    aj been selling ns9900 with string/grip for rm590
    rm590 means off for 35%?

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    Hi everybody, i'm planning to buy ns9900. But what is the difference between 2U and 3U ?
    Where is the best place to buy in KL plz ?

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    Hi,

    I am currently using BS12 and broke it. I love the speed and mid flex of the racquet. I am thinking of replacing it with ns9900. Can some one tell me if it will be heavier and stiffer?

    Regards

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    The NS9900 is definitely a lot stiffer. I don't have a BS12 but have a BSLYD which is stiffer than the BS12 (and head heavier) but the NS9900 is slightly stiffer still. The NS9900 is not really head light as Yonex suggests. It is even balanced but towards the lower end. So it would be in the same region as the BS12, perhaps a fraction more head light. In terms of maneouvrability, I would say they are relatively equal. The BS frames are very fast frames as you know, but aerodynamics only really become a major factor for long fast strokes - such as smashes. For short strokes weight and balance is the governing factor and this is where the NS9900 excels. Coupled with the solid frame feel, it is one of the best racquets for drives and net shots. I have the 3U NS9900 and a 3U BSLYD and would say, in terms of weight, the Victor and Yonex weight classes are quite similar, I can't tell much difference tbh. I do feel that the 3U NS9900 lacks a little power though, so I personally would be interested in trying a 2U version at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter980 View Post
    Hi,

    I am currently using BS12 and broke it. I love the speed and mid flex of the racquet. I am thinking of replacing it with ns9900. Can some one tell me if it will be heavier and stiffer?

    Regards
    If you're loving it, why are you considering switching?

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    The usual badminton bad shopping habit LD rules. Just want to try out nanospeed9900 and i have this impression in my head yonex has the highest quality make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    The NS9900 is definitely a lot stiffer. I don't have a BS12 but have a BSLYD which is stiffer than the BS12 (and head heavier) but the NS9900 is slightly stiffer still. The NS9900 is not really head light as Yonex suggests. It is even balanced but towards the lower end. So it would be in the same region as the BS12, perhaps a fraction more head light. In terms of maneouvrability, I would say they are relatively equal. The BS frames are very fast frames as you know, but aerodynamics only really become a major factor for long fast strokes - such as smashes. For short strokes weight and balance is the governing factor and this is where the NS9900 excels. Coupled with the solid frame feel, it is one of the best racquets for drives and net shots. I have the 3U NS9900 and a 3U BSLYD and would say, in terms of weight, the Victor and Yonex weight classes are quite similar, I can't tell much difference tbh. I do feel that the 3U NS9900 lacks a little power though, so I personally would be interested in trying a 2U version at some point.
    Thanks for your description. Sounds like I'd stay with BS12. I dont think I want a racquet harder to handle than BS12

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    is the nanospeed 9900 been discontinued ??

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    I believe Nanospeed as a series in general has been discontinued and replaced by the Nanoray series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    I believe Nanospeed as a series in general has been discontinued and replaced by the Nanoray series.
    thats a shame, the new nanoray series is no where near as good as the nanospeeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by robotshuttle View Post
    thats a shame, the new nanoray series is no where near as good as the nanospeeds
    Have you tried the NR800 or NR750 yet? They're the new high end NR rackets now.

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    yeah. too......not enough bite

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    Ns9900 and arc11 which want better for double backcourt players....thanks

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