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which racket is as fast as Yonex NS9000, but has slightly more punch and power?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ct3833, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. T-maker

    T-maker Regular Member

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    ummm... i'm using Finnex Infinity 9000, until my friend broke it. waiting for the replacement.

    i have ns9900 n at 900p... these 2 are already in cold storage when this came along.:( ( 2 of ea = 2 ns n 2 at )

    i prefer Finnex Infinity and the other one power smash compare to YY..:D
     
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  2. issarakaya

    issarakaya Regular Member

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    mine (8DX) is around 300mm....or somewhere between 295 to 300 mm
    stiff but not stiffer compare to NS9900, equal to at900T i think and at900T is head heavier, mine is 305mm...and i have 3 at900T all have same BP.
     
  3. nosebleedXD

    nosebleedXD Regular Member

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    ns 9000 is a pretty good racket

    maybe if you want a faster racket try z slash

    it manuvers really fast but when i first tried it my timing with it was terrible

    but after you get used to it, it packs quite a punch as it allows a fast swing

    also haven't tried a bravesword but i've heard its good
     
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    hmmm... my take on this? why don't you just keep improving on your skills? that way, you can even use any type of racket, imho
     
  5. Maklike Tier

    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    I think the Carton Vapour Trail Tour is easily as fast as a NS9900, but because of the longer shaft and smaller head, packs a bigger punch.
     

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