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    Default Lining n80 vs n36

    I was wondering which racket is better for attacking play

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    I've played with the N36. To me it's a head light racket, and I would recommend N80 as the attacking racket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonexFan View Post
    I've played with the N36. To me it's a head light racket, and I would recommend N80 as the attacking racket...
    But is the n36 good for smashing?thanks

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    To me, the combination of a relatively flexible shaft combined with the head light balance, the racket was never meant to be a super attacking racket. The shaft is so soft, I would not have rated it as an high end racket. Higher end rackets usually have a stiffer shaft. I think with the right timing, it can put some decent power, but don't expect too much. It is really designed for players who demand a head light racket with a flex shaft. It's a very special racket, and not easy to play with.

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    i'd been using N80 arround 2 month..strung it with AP62 plus at 26lbs..a very good racket to me..i play double and normally at the back..feel good when smashing and quite fast in defending..its slightly head heavy racket imho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mensa0106 View Post
    i'd been using N80 arround 2 month..strung it with AP62 plus at 26lbs..a very good racket to me..i play double and normally at the back..feel good when smashing and quite fast in defending..its slightly head heavy racket imho..
    Hey bro do u need good wrist power to play n80?

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    me too,i'd been using N80 arround 2 month..strung it with AP62 plus at 26lbs..a very good racket to me.thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighter886 View Post
    I was wondering which racket is better for attacking play
    denmark v. thailand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbonexFan View Post
    To me, the combination of a relatively flexible shaft combined with the head light balance, the racket was never meant to be a super attacking racket. The shaft is so soft, I would not have rated it as an high end racket. Higher end rackets usually have a stiffer shaft. I think with the right timing, it can put some decent power, but don't expect too much. It is really designed for players who demand a head light racket with a flex shaft. It's a very special racket, and not easy to play with.
    so i guess it's similar to the carlton kinesis, head light, flexible. now i want one, since i'm too weak to use my n90/n50

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