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Li Ning Racket Reviews

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Blurry D, May 12, 2009.

  1. Accordaz

    Accordaz Regular Member

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    If it suits why is a change needed?
     
  2. GoodMorning

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    Hello everybody.
     
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    Hi All,

    Does N90 (specially new batch ) has "Power Armor" ?

    I know N90 II has it, but I'm not sure that N90 has it.
     
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    I do not think LN calls it tech power armor.. I think that is Yonex speak for their ti-inserts on the top of the frame on Armortec Rackets.
     
  5. Rocker

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    I know about that. That's why I call it "Power Armor." But you know what I mean :)

    AFAIK POwer Armor = Compressed Frame, isn't it?
     
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    just a normal human being, like to try a new thing, since my voltric 80 broke already, so is a right now to buy and test a new one.
    I already bought a n55-2... waiting its item arrive and try and feel it^^
     
  7. GoodMorning

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    Hello there.

    I have a question about racket change for the professionals like Lin Dan(2). Will he perform his optimum skills if a switch to Victor's even balance racket models? Suppose the timing and clear would run out of sync?
     
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    Didnt Lin Dan play with a Yonex MP99 before he switched to the 1st Gen AT700?
     
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    What Li-Ning racket is similar to Yonex VT80?
    Is it the N90 or N90(II) or something else?
     
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    I haven't played one that's really similar - the closest (I've played) is the N90, but it's not as stiff.
     
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    can someone give me the more-in detail between N90,N90II,N55 and N55II??
    I'm choosing whether to buy from these
     
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    I compared the n90II and n55II and both frames are similar. The n55II is more head heavier than the n90II imho.
     
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    I have both the N90-II and N55-II and the N55-II I have are headlighter than N90-II for sure.. If I remember correclty it is also speced at lower BP in mm.. but I do not remeber the exact figures. The N55 however is more headheavy, sits between N55-II and N90-II. N90 is also head heavy and overall more heavy feel than N90-II (more 2U feel).

    /T
     
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    Sorry , only had the N55II for a short while. Did not try the N90II.
     
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    I think you will like the N55-2.. It is quicker than N55 (which is quicker than VT80). N55-II is like a faster ARC-10 with more power :). It is perfect if you play lots of both singles & doubles.. For the doubles/mixed players many also like N33-II.
     
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    Hey guys,

    I'm looking to get an N Series racket. I play singles and MD mostly, and from what I've read it seems that the N55 would be a good choice (correct me if I'm wrong). I play all sorts of shots, but love to smash and drop from the backcourt. So I guess I'm looking for a racket that'll give me power but not lose too much control.

    The things I want to know are:
    1. Is the N55 a good choice?
    2. What changed in the N55II?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I can't say for sure what changed in the N55II (although I'm pretty sure it's stiffer and ~5mm less head heavy), but the N55 is a good choice for an offensive, controlled game. Not the fastest around the net and midcourt, but much quicker than the N90 :D
     
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    Can anyone tell me the difference between the n70 and n77 2nd gens?
     
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    N55-ii has slimmer frame.. different timing than N55.
     
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    im looking for the n50..coz i got the kason f9 and it was amazing..the c7 is siff to me..
     

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