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Li-Ning N90 vs Li-Ning N90II

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by James.Foo, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. James.Foo

    James.Foo Regular Member

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    Excuse for my disturbance but I would like to hear about some details for these 2 rackets...
    btw, I heard that N90II is much better overall than the N90?
    Is that true? Please offer your opinions on these matters :):)
     
  2. James.Foo

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    I heard that N90II is not so welcomed by Lin Dan eventhough Li-Ning developed for him and kept on using the N90.
     
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    I think he likes the stiffer models more (N90, N50-II and N50) judging from his usage in the latest tournaments. The N90-II is quite popular amongst mixed and doubles players.. I think Boonsak uses it too.
     
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    I like the N90 more than the N90II just because the N90 is head heavier and feels more like the AT700's. It also generates more power for me since it's more similar and my timing needed no adjustment. If the N90 didn't exist, I would probably be on the constant hunt for AT700's as Yonex has pretty much abandoned the all out no frills heavy and head heavy = max power rackets.
     

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