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Replacement for my Li Ning N50

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

  1. Alan Ang

    Alan Ang Regular Member

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    Hi, I need recommendation to replace my N50. I also love the Yonex Arcsabre 8DX. I play doubles all the time.
    please help.
     
  2. DannyYan

    DannyYan Regular Member

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    get n50ii or f9 or n9 because they are more of a same characteristic,flex shaft and head heavy...but if u love the 8dx,THEN GO FOR IT! Just got myself one,immaculate racket.
     
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    i think you should get the n50, then you have no need to readjust to a new racket.
     
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    Fuhaifengfan Regular Member

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    kason f9 will be an ideal racket to replace n50. its also tailor-made for fu haifeng. compared to n50, i think f9 is more powerful due to the flex shaft and slightly head heavier than n50.
     
  5. Alan Ang

    Alan Ang Regular Member

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    I also have the N50ii which I don't enjoy it at all and F9 is like the N50ii right?
     
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    i think you should get the n50, then you have no need to readjust to a new racket.[​IMG]
     
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    I think n50 & f9 are different the way I feel them. n50 is quite heavy and stiff in overall but f9 is lighter.

    My 2 cents :)
     
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