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    Guys! help please!...where can i buy ns9900 in south korea?thank you!

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    Hi All

    This could bee silly question..What is the prefrred string for NS9900.I tried with BG65(lack of power),BG85 (snaps easily within 7 days)..And I have NBG99 now..Not sure how long it will last..

    Just curious..

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanleaster View Post
    Hi All

    This could bee silly question..What is the prefrred string for NS9900.I tried with BG65(lack of power),BG85 (snaps easily within 7 days)..And I have NBG99 now..Not sure how long it will last..

    Just curious..
    Depending on what tension you're playing on... I have nbg98 at 25lbs and i haven't had any problems with it so far. lasts about a month, an average player, i play 4-5 times a week, 2-3 hours each session..

    I'm a big fan of bg80, so i'll be switching to that once these ones break.. I had nbg98 on before and lasts about a month?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanleaster View Post
    Hi All

    This could bee silly question..What is the prefrred string for NS9900.I tried with BG65(lack of power),BG85 (snaps easily within 7 days)..And I have NBG99 now..Not sure how long it will last..

    Just curious..
    My NS 9900 strung with BG85 at 28Lbs, it lasts very long. Usually, i cut the string after a month or two depending on the frequency of usage.

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    waiting for my ns9900 to arrive... cant wait to test it out

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    I'm considering getting one of these but have a few queries. I've been using an ArcSaber Z-Slash and 8DX for sometime but whilst I feel the balance is about right, I don't seem to get enough power from the 8DX and not enough control from the slash.

    Whilst I've read quite a bit about the NS9900, I've never tried it before but balance-wise it's supposed to be similar to the ZS and 8DX but perhaps a little head lighter, so I figured this may be good for me.

    I used to play with a Ti-10 2U, loved the immense power you get from it but it is too head heavy for me now. I can't get a 2U NS9900, so it will only be 3U but given it's a relatively head light racquet, and a 3U, will it feel hollow?

    I have the 3U Arc10 as well, that to me feels hollow, particularly when you hit just above the centre of the racquet, lots of vibration so I really don't like it. I'm wondering if the NS9900 with it's claimed technology could actually give this the feel of a heavier head racquet? Does that "solid feel core" and "fullerene" stuff make any difference?

    Can someone who has used a 2U Ti-10 Gen-1 give me their thoughts on comparing it against a 3U NS9900?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mensa0106 View Post
    waiting for my ns9900 to arrive... cant wait to test it out
    welcome to the club bro ..what string do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rashdan View Post
    welcome to the club bro ..what string do you use?
    wanted to try head light racket bro..hehe..heard lot of good review bout ns9900..dats y im putting it into my collction..bought frame only bro..still thinking of what string to put it on..u used what string bro for ur ns9900?tension?
    now im using vtzf ltd 3U with nbg 98(26lbs),mx80(nbg98 26lbs) and sw37(bg66UM 27 lbs)..so far im vry comfrtable wth nbg98..love d repulsion..but i love d sound of bg66UM...hahaha..

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    Quote Originally Posted by R20190 View Post
    I'm considering getting one of these but have a few queries. I've been using an ArcSaber Z-Slash and 8DX for sometime but whilst I feel the balance is about right, I don't seem to get enough power from the 8DX and not enough control from the slash.

    Whilst I've read quite a bit about the NS9900, I've never tried it before but balance-wise it's supposed to be similar to the ZS and 8DX but perhaps a little head lighter, so I figured this may be good for me.

    I used to play with a Ti-10 2U, loved the immense power you get from it but it is too head heavy for me now. I can't get a 2U NS9900, so it will only be 3U but given it's a relatively head light racquet, and a 3U, will it feel hollow?

    I have the 3U Arc10 as well, that to me feels hollow, particularly when you hit just above the centre of the racquet, lots of vibration so I really don't like it. I'm wondering if the NS9900 with it's claimed technology could actually give this the feel of a heavier head racquet? Does that "solid feel core" and "fullerene" stuff make any difference?

    Can someone who has used a 2U Ti-10 Gen-1 give me their thoughts on comparing it against a 3U NS9900?

    I have the 2U Ti-10 first generation and the 2U NS9900.

    NS9900 is much more forgiving than the Ti-10. Especially in defense, NS9900 is a much better racket. I tried the 3U NS9900 before and I didn't like. Lack of punch for me and I prefer the 2U version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firedrive View Post
    I have the 2U Ti-10 first generation and the 2U NS9900.

    NS9900 is much more forgiving than the Ti-10. Especially in defense, NS9900 is a much better racket. I tried the 3U NS9900 before and I didn't like. Lack of punch for me and I prefer the 2U version.
    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?

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    I think the Cab20 will meet all your requirements nicely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    My NS 9900 strung with BG85 at 28Lbs, it lasts very long. Usually, i cut the string after a month or two depending on the frequency of usage.

    Thanks Everyone!
    I found NBG99 (24lbs) is very good for me.Excellent control but sound was similar to BG65 may be something wrong with my ear :-(..I like the string very much.

    I brought another racq. VoltricZForce LTD model restrung with BG80 power.I played for 3 hrs initial observation is unlike NS99 this one is head heavy hard to play..Cudnt hit the sweet spot.Not sure what to do :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanleaster View Post
    Thanks Everyone!
    I found NBG99 (24lbs) is very good for me.Excellent control but sound was similar to BG65 may be something wrong with my ear :-(..I like the string very much.

    I brought another racq. VoltricZForce LTD model restrung with BG80 power.I played for 3 hrs initial observation is unlike NS99 this one is head heavy hard to play..Cudnt hit the sweet spot.Not sure what to do :-(
    VTZF LTD is very different as compared to the NS9900, especially on its head heaviness. You should spend your time on gym more to be able to utilize VTZF LTD. Its combination of head heavy and stiffness level is quite demanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mensa0106 View Post
    wanted to try head light racket bro..hehe..heard lot of good review bout ns9900..dats y im putting it into my collction..bought frame only bro..still thinking of what string to put it on..u used what string bro for ur ns9900?tension?
    now im using vtzf ltd 3U with nbg 98(26lbs),mx80(nbg98 26lbs) and sw37(bg66UM 27 lbs)..so far im vry comfrtable wth nbg98..love d repulsion..but i love d sound of bg66UM...hahaha..
    same case,a lot of good reviews on ns9900.'racun' me to buy 2 ns9900.use them for almost 3 years now. currently i'm using bg66um (26lbs) bro. previous i used bg80 (26lbs) bg66 (26lbs) nbg98 (26lbs).

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    Where to get NS9900LTD in MY? Price ard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokmengng View Post
    Where to get NS9900LTD in MY? Price ard?
    try racket world in pertama complex.i am not sure the exact price.but here in kuantan,rm600+ with string and grip.

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    recently got my 5th NS9900. I always get it, love it, want more from it, sell it, and later miss it before buying another one. Love the stiffness of the shaft and coupled with BG66UM at 24lbs, heaven. Especially with supergrap on the lower half of the handle.

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