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    nanoxcel 2: it is a big change?

    i want to know if this new hull bring changes with the past hull , in terms of acceleration, top speed, and fuel economy with someone who already test or have the brand new and 2014 svho thanks!


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    Good question.....
    Is it stronger than previous nanocel? As I have had bad experience with current nano.

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    Will be slower

    They need to add more xcells to make it stop being eggshell
    More egg shells means more weight.
    More weight means slower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azuras View Post
    Will be slower

    They need to add more xcells to make it stop being eggshell
    More egg shells means more weight.
    More weight means slower
    Well your wrong, 35 pds lighter.

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    Do you guys really think Yamaha is going to shave weight off the hull that they already know is thin.. they're shaving the weight on the top deck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chupacobra View Post
    Do you guys really think Yamaha is going to shave weight off the hull that they already know is thin.. they're shaving the weight on the top deck
    YES! They have done this and made the hulls lighter.

    To create NanoXcel 2, Yamaha engineers innovated at the microscopic level using a combination of “nano” clay and glass micro-bubbles to develop a new stronger resin that uses less material. The glass micro-bubbles used in NanoXcel 2 are smaller and stronger than other filler materials, contributing to the strength, rigidity and lightweight of the new hulls and decks.

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    Ok, I get the smaller and stronger but.....
    By saving the weight, in making the hull thinner, does this mean the hull is now back to the same strength as original nano hull or have they gained strength as well?

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    Or have I got this wrong and thickness is the same, but material is less dense therefore lighter.
    If so I would be very interested in how much stronger as I love my FX however I keep cracking the hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkong View Post
    Ok, I get the smaller and stronger but.....
    By saving the weight, in making the hull thinner, does this mean the hull is now back to the same strength as original nano hull or have they gained strength as well?
    Would like to know this as well, and does the nanoXcel 2 hulls share the mold as the the previous nanoXcel hulls (2009-2014)?

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