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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Blurry D, May 12, 2009.
If it suits why is a change needed?
Does N90 (specially new batch ) has "Power Armor" ?
I know N90 II has it, but I'm not sure that N90 has it.
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.
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?
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^^
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?
Didnt Lin Dan play with a Yonex MP99 before he switched to the 1st Gen AT700?
What Li-Ning racket is similar to Yonex VT80?
Is it the N90 or N90(II) or something else?
I haven't played one that's really similar - the closest (I've played) is the N90, but it's not as stiff.
can someone give me the more-in detail between N90,N90II,N55 and N55II??
I'm choosing whether to buy from these
I compared the n90II and n55II and both frames are similar. The n55II is more head heavier than the n90II imho.
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).
Sorry , only had the N55II for a short while. Did not try the N90II.
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.
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.
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
Can anyone tell me the difference between the n70 and n77 2nd gens?
N55-ii has slimmer frame.. different timing than N55.
im looking for the n50..coz i got the kason f9 and it was amazing..the c7 is siff to me..