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Li-Ning 2nd Generation N-series Racquets

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by aramistuscany, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. aramistuscany

    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    Li-Ning Woods N90 II strung with Yonex BG66 Maxima (1-piece stringing). Grommet colours are similar to the N90 II Classic. Strung weight without grip is around 92-93 gms. Initial feel is about the same as the Classic. Technology used and specs seems to be identical to the Classic also except the colour scheme.
     

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  2. Ferrerkiko

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    Brother nice pictures...:D
     
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    Li-Ning Woods N90 II with the N90 II Classic

    Both racquets are around the same weight at 92-93 gms. Head-heavy balance also feels the same. Will write more when I have the chance to play with the N90 II.
     

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    Brother thanks for sharing !:)
     
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    Flame N50 II

    Li-Ning Flame N50 II also strung with Yonex BG66 Maxima. Initial swing, movement and weight felt like my 2U Yonex Ti10 3rd generation. This racquet is a tad heavier at 95 gms as compared to both N90II racquets. Quality and furnish is flawless and excellent and should already be familiar to current Li-Ning racquet owners.
     

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    Visual comparison of all the 2nd Generation Racquets.

    Visual, colour and cosmectic wise, I would prefer the 2nd generation racquets as compared to the 1st generation especially the fonts of the wordings. I do not own any of the 1st generation racquets but may consider acquiring them if I get a good deal.
     

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    Wow ! Aramistuscany always the 1st in Singapore to get good stuff !

    I must beat him ! :)
     
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    Please lah Mr. teoky.. always exaggerate like that ;). In the past, you own alot more racquets before me.. :p Anyway I don't want to compete with you. Will gladly let you win hehehe.
     
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    wah all 3 rackets strung with BG66M, killer combination....:eek::D
     
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    #10 aramistuscany, Feb 24, 2010
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    I got spies leh, I know how many racquets you have ! There's no way I can compete with you in quantity, my collection is just a tiny fraction of yours :crying:
     
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    You Are My New Hero <33333 ^^
     
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    Wow, those second generation rackets are very good looking. Wish I could get one/afford one haha.
     
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    would love to see a visual/video to see how the rackets perform
     
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    LN did a good job with the Woods in terms of paint job.

    the color scheme turned out to be really quite classy. it is usually quite hard to color a racket with gold and red and not make it look cheap.

    the flame however, looks cheap to me.
     
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    Why is the N50 Heavier than the N90 O.O, I thought N90 was suppose to be a head heavy singles racket - talking about the 2nd gen here xD o.o
     
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    Overall weight of the racquets are about the same. Both the N90 II racquets are head heavier, i.e., higher balance point tipping towards the frame.
     
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    I know xD, is N90 really heavy than o.o
     
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    More pictures of Flame N50 II.
     

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    Hey aramistuscany , since you played with the N90 II - Classic, mind posting a detailed review of the N90 II-Regular once you tried it out xP
     

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