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Li-Ning N90 vs Li-ning N90II

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Sam1314, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. Sam1314

    Sam1314 Regular Member

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    Hi~anyone know the difference between these two rackets?And which one is more head heavy?
     
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    N90 is more head heavy and is awesome for singles if you can handle the stiffness. I don't have a N90II but from what I've heard it's good for singles and doubles.
     
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    I see. Thanks for your information. Which one is more popular and more ppl using?
     
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    Lin Dan uses N90 not N90II, what do you think?
     
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    I think mostly players would follow Lin Dan too :0
     
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    And if I recall correctly, N90 is stiffer than N90II as well as head heavier.
     
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    Is N90II similar to Vt80?Since N90 is similar to Vtzf?
     
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    N90 is head heavier and slightly less stiff than the N90II. It's not that hard to use at all! I can switch between the N90, VTZF, and AT700! If you must compare the N90II to something, I'd say VT80 or the AT900P would be good contenders.
     
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    N90 for power,N90ii for speed and control
     
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    Which N90ii are you refer to ? There are N90ii and the N90ii S-type.
    I managed to try N90ii owned by a friend and it came to my surprise that it was very heavy overall (not only the head), even heavier than my VTZF 3u... He said, it was the "Chinese National Team" version but there was nothing different in the design compared to the market standard version.
     

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