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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. j4ckie

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    For sure? The video I saw only showed it was a red racket with his usual setup, could've been the N50 as well. Would be kinda strange to change back now, as he was doing pretty great with the N50.
     
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    Sportscn.com show Lin Dan use n50 in final
     
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    hi all,

    i'm selling off brand new Li Ning N50ii s type with 9 in 1 thermal bag at $250. and 3D braid powertec at $130. singapore only.

    Interested buyer can contact me at 93277521.

    thanks you!
     
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    Do you have any pic? Because I'm sure Lindan was using N90 in final
     
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    Saw the vid in better quality - it was the N90 again. Very hard to determine, but the gold on the shaft and the black just visible under the tape in one situation gave it away.
     
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    Would someone recommend a LN racket for me?

    I prefer slightly head heavy rackets (not too heavy) and I play MD mostly.

    I was thinking maybe the N50, but I'm not too sure.

    Thanks
     
  7. Ferrerkiko

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    I had increase my tension for n90 from 29 to 30.. Will be trying out laterto see the effect.. Will share later after my game
     
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    High tension is good, especially for honing the correct hitting technique.

    I had mine strung at 32lbs with NS95.
     
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    got this link in the woods n80 thread by twang338
    Specs for the N80, N36, N10 and N20. http://badminton-nation.com/new-products/

    pretty close specs between N80 and N36, i wonder whats the tech in N36. i understand that WYH probably uses a heavy head due to her height advantage, but didnt expect it to be stiff. especially when Li-ning stiff = yonex x-stiff

    Li-ning 2012 new rackets (moomoo).jpg
    Also, WSX got abs :D
    n10-20 (moomoo).jpg
     
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    hi. so sorry to bother. im new here, im trying to buy li-ning racket for my mom. but i'm been searching for shops that sell this brand rackets. Is there any shop near kl/pj that have better choice of li-ning rackets ?
     
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    The N36 has "holes" at the 5 and 7 'o clock position of the frame. 2 on each side, so a total of 4. Its called Airstream System II. The first generation Airstream System can be seen on the Flame F360 series racquets. This technology reduces drag by 8.2% and increase repulsion.
     
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    hi guys !! anyone still here? can check my racket whether its a fake or not?
     
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    well, you can get them from the official li-ning shop at either one utama (top floor, old wing) or at sunway pyramid but you'l have to pay at full price.

    for about 20% discount you can check out the li-ning shop at pertama complex, 1st floor next to etakoh. they have the full range.
     
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    wow, so its like the prince's tennis and squash racket speedport tech. having them at 5/7 oclock means it'll be head heavier. pretty sweet. :D
     
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    LN newbie question here: how may Kinds of N90 / 90II are there??? ( this is a serious question ) :cool:
     
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    Guys, what about the NON high end rackets by Li-Ning?
    Wingstorm, UC, etc. There are some really nice looking rackets around. Any experience?
     
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    you can read the page before... there is n90 . n90II . n90II gforce . n90II s-type. maybe it can help u..
     
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    what's the difference between them???? :)
     
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    are u really2 want to know?? u can read this thread from page 1.. haha trust me u will know what the difference between of them...
     

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