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08-17-2013, 02:59 PM #18
All these flexy Li-Ning ratings makes you wonder if there really is a difference between later productions and the original releases. I believe in coach Paul's review, the N90-II was a x-stiff mudder. Initial review of N55 here was that it was a stiffer version of ARC10, etc. But I believe N50 was a less stiff version of Ti-10 on the other hand
Sounds like the Fu Haifeng racket might be something suitable here: F9?
08-17-2013, 03:49 PM #19
i have n90-ii, not classic, they say that classic is a little head lighter.
bslyd is very nice, it's a little head-heavier then arc10 or arc11, a little stiffer (not too much though), very fast - great for doubles and still packs a very nice punch. played quite a few of singles with it too and it was quite nice.
08-17-2013, 03:53 PM #20
08-20-2013, 02:12 AM #21
Ch1k0 , his opinion will be biased towards MX80...
Anyway, MX-London is not as stiff as the MX80, the difference is not too much though, probably just a step lower if one can feel it. The balance point is roughly the same as well, considered as an even-balanced towards head-heavy. Some people said the closer one towards MX-London should be MX70 instead but I never personally tried one.
IMO, MX-London is the "more user-friendly" version of MX80, easier for me to generate power while still maintaining the similar level of pinpoint accuracy. The only downfall will be regarding the price, MX-London is normally sold about $50-100 more expensive than MX80 especially those with LD code (provided that you are able to find one).