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Need a replacement racket for my Voltric 80

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by mysteryman592, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. mysteryman592

    mysteryman592 Regular Member

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    I am currently using a voltric 80 LTD for my doubles and found out they are not making the LTD ones I want, so I would like to know if any one out there has tried any Li Ning rackets that would be a close comparison to it. I have a N90II for my singles but its too head heavy for my doubles games so I only use it during singles. I have heard the N90 is close to the VT80 but not sure. What are your guy recommendation or suggestion?
     
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    Gollum Regular Member

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    Perhaps this is naive, but:

    Have you tried a normal VT80? I would expect them to be essentially the same racket, with different paint.
     
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    Li Ning N70 is quite close on the specs by having 300mm BP and stiff shaft but I'm not sure how does it play on the ccourt . Sometimes I play with my Li Ning N90 for singles and I found it to be head-heavier just a bit but VT80 gives more metallic feeling when you hit at the sweet spot.
     
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    Li Ning N50
     

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