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    Default Which racquet for me

    I've decided it's time for me to buy a new racquet.
    I'd say my skill level is intermediate.

    I'm currently using the Voltric 5 but it feels a bit to flexible to me.
    I have an attacking play style. My budget is around 130 and I'm 15 year old(16 in Feb)

    I'm going to buy from http://www.directbadminton.co.uk and I've been looking at the Li-ning racquets.

    What racquet would be best suited for me

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    if you like the voltric line but its too flexy wat about the 7 or 9? here in canada they are within $30CAD of each other

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    Quote Originally Posted by faiyazk View Post
    if you like the voltric line but its too flexy wat about the 7 or 9? here in canada they are within $30CAD of each other
    I have tried 7 and 9 and they dont feel head heavy and i want a head heavy racquet

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    armortecs or the mid to high end voltrics should do the trick. I dont know how much those are in the Uk however.
    if you\re open to other brand the Meteor line from Victor will suit you as well

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    armortecs and nanospeeds will have stiffer shafts for you.

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    What about Li-Ning products? I want to try something new.

    I've been considering the N90II, N55II and the N80.

    Which one would be good for me?

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    hmm, i think N90II would be good for u as u said VT9 not enough head heavy for u....
    other rackets would be VTZF, AT700 which are also very heavy.....

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    N90 is head heavy and would suit - this is very stiff if I remember correctly. In the VICTOR line consider the MX70/MX London

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    N55ii is flexible and slightly head heavy so not what you are looking for. I've been using a Victor SW35 which is stiff and head heavy. It could be worth a go or the MX80 may be more your cup of tea. Check out the UK Victor website for specs etc.

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