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MX-80 vs Li-Ning?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by yellowraider, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. yellowraider

    yellowraider Regular Member

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    Hello fellow baddies!

    I came here to get your opinion on some racquet comparisons, I am currently using the Victor MX-80 3u version. I am thinking about switching to Li-Ning so I was wondering what would you guys think would be a similar racquet to the MX-80? I really like it but part of me wants to switch brands and hope to find something similar or better than the MX-80, Victor has made an amazing racquet IMO for sure.

    So please leave me your two cents, I hope to hear from you guys!
     
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    Cycril Regular Member

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    i think you might like the N90 since mx80 is already a head heavy racket.
     
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    CarbonexFan Regular Member

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    N90-II has about the same playing specs.
     
  4. yellowraider

    yellowraider Regular Member

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    what about the N70ii, N80, or N55 compared to the MX-80?
     
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    quixilver Regular Member

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    I've had both MX80 and N80.
    They are quite similar in terms of the balance point and swing speed as both have a similar sharp-edge frame design called the Octablade by Victor. However, due to the extraordinary stiff shaft of MX80, I felt more comfortable to play with the N80. The N80 is somehow more forgiving to play with.
     
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    n80 / n55ii.
     

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