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    I'm kind of curious, a lot of people have been telling me that the arc z can swing extremely fast compared to all other yonex rackets(and also from the reviews ive seen, please correct me if im wrong thnx^^)however, after buying the arc zth(which should be exactlt the same as arc z) i found that i swing faster with the nanospeed 9900, both are 3u same string, same grip, so overall spec should be the same, can their be a reason for this?

    THNX

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    u r not wrong...the skill fails you..

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    u r not wrong...the skill fails you..
    Not a helpful response...
    You're not wrong, Z slash and Nanospeed are two completely different rackets... Z slash has aerodynamic frame and shaft and other things which make it swing faster through the air, however the racket is slightly head heavy and pretty solid on overall weight. In order to utilise the maximum potential you need a good swing action. The nanospeed 9900 is a naturally light headed, and overall light racket, so for you to feel you can swing faster with the nanospeed is normal...
    If you need more info. do a search in the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by - иεvvεи٭т -ツ View Post
    Not a helpful response...
    You're not wrong, Z slash and Nanospeed are two completely different rackets... Z slash has aerodynamic frame and shaft and other things which make it swing faster through the air, however the racket is slightly head heavy and pretty solid on overall weight. In order to utilise the maximum potential you need a good swing action. The nanospeed 9900 is a naturally light headed, and overall light racket, so for you to feel you can swing faster with the nanospeed is normal...
    If you need more info. do a search in the forum
    I havent tried the nanospeed 9900
    but I have had the Arcsaber Z Slash and the Z Slash cuts through the air.
    but when you play with the Z Slash you will have to learn how to time your shots as you will miss the shuttle a lot
    (I guarantee you that if you try a smash for the first time you won't hit it, If you do I that back what I said <-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by love_you_always View Post
    I'm kind of curious, a lot of people have been telling me that the arc z can swing extremely fast compared to all other yonex rackets(and also from the reviews ive seen, please correct me if im wrong thnx^^)however, after buying the arc zth(which should be exactlt the same as arc z) i found that i swing faster with the nanospeed 9900, both are 3u same string, same grip, so overall spec should be the same, can their be a reason for this?

    THNX
    No, you are right, NS9900 is faster than ArcZS. The head light Yonex Nanospeed series are still the fastest range. And the NS9900 is the most poweful among the NS series.

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    i haven't used ns9900 before.i like head heavy racket such as AT series

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