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    Default Yonex Nanospeed 6600 good for me?

    Hey guys,
    I was wondering, since I like to play doubles and attack from the back of the court, would the Nanospeed 6600 be a good racket for me to use while playing doubles? That racket caught my eye whe I was buying a new grip for my ArcSaber 8DX. it looked really cool with the vibration dampener and when I held it, it felt lighter than my Armortec 900 Power. Thanks

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    of course it feels lighter, it is one of the stiffest and most headlight on yonex's chart

    and because of that, you won't be able to generate as much power from the backcourt

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    In which shop did you see the ns6600?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    of course it feels lighter, it is one of the stiffest and most headlight on yonex's chart

    and because of that, you won't be able to generate as much power from the backcourt
    Stiffest? Flexiest you mean ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Stiffest? Flexiest you mean ....
    Yeah, flexiest of the NS series, but on the chart supposed to be stiffer than AS or AT series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Yeah, flexiest of the NS series, but on the chart supposed to be stiffer than AS or AT series.
    I wouldn't know how to read comparative stiffness on the current yonex chart but this is what they also list in the (JP only?) catalogue: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...=1#post1520453

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iori View Post
    In which shop did you see the ns6600?
    Impulse Sports in the Aberdeen center Richmond

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