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    Lightbulb Kevlar N-Power 155 PP

    Does anyone know of or used this racket
    i was lookin at these for a replacement to my ns6000
    which i hate too much flex and too headlight
    plz respond if anyone knows anything about this racket
    thanks

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    ciaran249,

    Quick seach on Google showned the spec for Kevlar N-Power 155 PP:


    • 2 Point Power Plus. 88 hole Dura Frame
    • Weight: 85-89g
    • Flexibility: Stiff
    • Length: 674mm
    • Balance: 290mm (M)
    • Shaft: 40T Ultra-HM Nano Graphite w/full woven kevlar
    • Frame: 40 T U-HM Nano Graphite w/ Full Woven Kevlar, Wide Body, Super Power, Half CF


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    The spec for Yonex Nanospeed 6000 is:

    • Frame Shape: Isometric / Built-in T-Joint
    • Frame: Hi-Mod Graphite + Nano Carbon
    • Solid Feel Core
    • LSC System
    • Shaft: Hi-Mod Graphite + Nano Carbon
    • Total Length (frame tip handle end): 675mm (26.5 inches)
    • Balance Point from Grip End: 280-290mm
    • Flex: Flexible


    MBS states that the NS6000 is stiff, that is incorrect. The racket is flexible.
    I have not played with either, but you can evaluate from the above spec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaran249 View Post
    Does anyone know of or used this racket
    i was lookin at these for a replacement to my ns6000
    which i hate too much flex and too headlight
    plz respond if anyone knows anything about this racket
    thanks
    Based on what you write, my best guess is that you will like the Forza much more than the NS6000!!, stiffer and more power potential. I would maybe cosider to move up to 205 PP which is stiffer and a more headheavy..

    Cheers,
    T

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    Most of Forza's Kevlar line is in the medium balance range. Twobeer is correct; if you're really dead set on a "head heavy" racquet, the 205 PP is the way to go. But if you merely want to move from head-light to even-balance, there are far more choices. With the flexibility, too - if you want to move from a flexible raquet to a very stiff racquet, that's one thing. If you want to move from a flexible racquet to a one that is merely stiff, that's something else.

    Personally, I use the Kevlar 110 (which I think they re-marketed as a 115 T/T). Great racquets.

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