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    Default NS7000 Original Head/Frame And Color

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    Hi all,

    From frame 1 and from 2 above, which one is the original frame?notice that frame 1 top inner is similar to armortec racquet and frame 2 doesn't have that...which one is the real one. And does the frame 1 color is one of ns7000 color generation?

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    I'm buying this racquet from a friend and want to cancel if it's the fake one...

    Chak

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    frame 2 is the first gen.

    you should ask for the cone/shaft code just in case.

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    Frame 1 is 2nd Gen , very good racket , base to base is effortless.

    Thanks

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    Thanks for ur confirmation jymbalaya and ah peng...just one more thing, does that 2nd gen have inner top head like armortec?I don't know what it's called, dimple?notch?

    He gave me the code on shaft which 7 digits code but not on cone one because it's hidden under sunrise hologram...

    Thanks

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    i don't think the top has that Gforce ti strip. at least on the second generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jymbalaya View Post
    i don't think the top has that Gforce ti strip. at least on the second generation.
    Yes I agree that the second gen does not has that , I recently sold it to a friend as I feel that there is not enough smashing power for me , but this racket has served me well , playing defensively previously , ie. High clears , lifting , netting...

    Hope it helps.

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    Thanks, that helps...now I know that thing is called gforce ti...so I can say it's fake because it has gforce ti even with sunrise hologram on it...many pics of that 2nd gen I found on the net has that gforce ti...

    Thanks...

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    Here is my NS7000 head pic...

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