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Li Ning Strings

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Ferrerkiko, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. Jason16

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    Hi guys, just wondering if there is anyone who tried both NS-30 and BG-80P before. Is NS-30 better than BG-80P? Am thinking of a replacement for my string haha.
     
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    I've tried both, and found NS30 to be superior in terms of power and feel.

    On the colour testing, I think I've decided that white hits hardest, and blue holds tension best.
     
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    [MENTION=11783]Mark A[/MENTION]

    How would you compare ns30 with zm62, 65? Interested in your opinion...
     
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    I saw a lot of you guys speak about the NS30 but any of you have tried NS95 ? Can't find any review on this one.
     
  5. Ferrerkiko

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    Yes,, I tried NS 95 string is quite good. Those badminton fans who are familiar with yonex BG 65 or 65 power, its quite similar , o.70mm and replusive + control string. Currently string my Victor MX 80 at NS 95 string.
     
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    what is the best between bg66ultimax and NS95 in terms of power ? I mean mainly for the smash ?
     
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    I've had NS95 on my N36 for the last 3 play days and love the feel. I only have it at 24lb, but love the power and feel. Ordered some other col to keep in my stock for my other racquets.
    sorry never tried bg66.
     
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    i had ns95... didn't like it. felt slippery and weak. ns30 way better, although it has a rough feel.
     
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    What is the feeling of NS95 ? Is it hard or medium feeling ?
     
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    It's medium. The surface of the string is not rough, a bit slippery.
    Feels close to 66 Ultimax, actually.
     
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    I personally use the Li-Ning N70 string. This is a 0.68mm string designed for repulsion and control (as described on the packaging). I have this strung at 24/26 lbs on my N90II and it feels great! The sound that resonates off the racquet is a higher pitched sound which can be expected by the 0.68mm gauge string. I found it actually quite durable as well and forgiving on some miss hits.
     
  12. Ferrerkiko

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    In my opinion NS 95 is quite similar to Yonex BG 65
     
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    Currently I am using NS 95 for both training and playing , quite stiff , need to have good flexible level of wrist, means strong wrist .

    Heard from a friend , new string Li ning 62 plus.

    I going try it when i string again !
     
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    Any bros tried Li Nong AP 62 turbo?
     
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    Ya, i may try it next month.
     
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    Bro did you had te chance to try the string L Ning Ap62 turbo?
     

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    Not yet try, may try next month
     
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    Like in the 1980s (and 90s video games), "Turbo" makes everything better;).
     
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    More on NS-30:

    Yellow NS-30 has just become my favourite string: though originally strung at 33lbs, it has settled to 30lbs and maintained its tension without fail for 6 games now over 3 weeks. The thinness probably helps. It does not hit as hard as White NS-30 due to the later being thicker. Control is awesome on slice shots and half smashes on the Yellow - it helps when playing a rally based singles game and is not shy when power is needed. However the string also cuts through grommets like hot knife through butter ;)

    On the contrary, Blue NS-30 has the lowest resonant pitch IMHE. It just seems loose compared to Yellow. Almost seems that I need to add 1lb extra over the tension that I use Yellow with to achieve a similar effect (something I will try next, although 34lbs+ is not always advisable on ANY racquet).

    Any helpful comments (Mark and others)?
     
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    After i use NS 95 string for sometime, i feel NS 95 still ok , tension hold slightly better than BG 65.

    From what i know NS 95 and NS 70 are the only Li ning 0.70mm string
     

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