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Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

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

  1. BlueTornado

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    UC2500 was decent. I'd say all of the "lower end" rackets are quite good for the price.
     
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    what maximum tension for flame n55??
     
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    anyone know how to identify fake n55??
     
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    Does anybody know the exact balance point of the flame n36? I've looked at different website and some say they are around 290 but li nings website says that it is 295. Any help?
     
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    28 lbs.

    I would post pictures of the racket to see if anyone can help you.
     
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    I've recently bought a flame n55 second gen S2 but the buttcap has no S2 sticker on it. Bought it for $409. Is it fake?
     
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    Could be the lastest batch of N55II. If there is no S2 sticker on the buttcap, then S2 should be etched on the base of the shaft, next to the factory code (K..).
     
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    Alright,has KTV S2 on the shaft. Thanks for the info.
     
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    Hi everyone, i just started playing badminton recently with a couple of my friends over a month ago. The last i played this game was during my schooling days which was many years back. At the moment i have 2 LN racquets, namely the Flame Aeroflo 1996 and the Woods N90. Quite a good experience using these racquets and might make a collection of LN racquets if budget permits. :)
     
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    Is the N70 good if I'm looking for a good attacking singles racket? So far I've been reading it's more for all round play rather than attacking. Thanks
     
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    Hey u forgotten to ask abt the N70ii :p
     
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    hi all could you please help me identify this racket? sorry about the pic quality.
    N90%2bAYPD212-1.jpg
     
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    This is N30-II.
     
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    Thanks very much, that's what I thought as well but it was advertised as a n90ii on a website :D
     
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    NP. If you've thought that, why didn't you use google? :p
    If the picture would have been worse I would have said it looks like Victor SW36 :)

    N90-II looks much prettier :D It's probably one of the prettiest racket. The only thing I don't like is that they advertise N90-II as Lin Dan's racket, that is totally wrong -.-" A reason to boycott, IF you can withstand its beauty! :D
     
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    Oh yes, btw:
    I was able to borrow N33-2, N55-2, N70-2, N77-2! (next to: BS12, Oliver Delta 3 and YY Arc8dx) Yay! :D Can't wait to test them. Unfortunately I only have 2 weeks time ;-(
     
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    Hey there, can you tell me how the N70ii feels like? Is it an attacking racket? Thx :)
     
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    To N90 users here, how many grommets holes for N90 ? 72 Holes or 76 Holes ?
     
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    72 holes...
     
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    Just got the 210 and 230. I like the 230 a lot more. Even though they are mid range racquets, they are very well constructed.

     

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