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    Default Racket similar to kason F9

    Hi,

    I am looking for other brand racket which has similar feel with Kason F9. I have been thinking about arcsaber FB but its weigh and flexibility (maybe) shows a lot of different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enginius View Post
    Hi,

    I am looking for other brand racket which has similar feel with Kason F9. I have been thinking about arcsaber FB but its weigh and flexibility (maybe) shows a lot of different.
    Hi bro,
    One of my badminton kaki told me Yonex NR 800 had similar feel with Kason F9.

    Any comment from others ?

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    You can look at N50 and N55.

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    Handled a fren's F9 once. Based on that, perhaps, Victor TK-6ooo...!?

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    You should try N9 or N55 III, not bad !

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    Try Yonex Nanoray 800

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    N9 is supposedly to b F9 successor but the fans been saying N9 has heavier head n hence play differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    N9 is supposedly to b F9 successor but the fans been saying N9 has heavier head n hence play differently.
    Yup you are right. I used once only and immediately dumped it.

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    I've been told the opposite.

    will be purchasing an f9 soon but the n9 is supposedly more headlight and stiffer. Didn't translate well for me personally.

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    You try BS 12N Victor . A good racket

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    Thanks bros,

    I think N55 is much similar to F9, but not on stiffness. Yonex NR 800 is a little bit heavier I think. One thing special about Kason F9 is that even though its rate is balance and medium stiff, but once you pump up for jumping, it give you better power than other head heavy machines. Yet, give you fast maneuver for defense. Thats what I like about it. But victor TK 6000? never tried before

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    After acquiring and using the Kason F9,

    I can't quite pinpoint all the differences but N9 is definitely not the successor to the F9. Li-Ning N9 is stiffer and slightly even balance / head light. Power was hard to unlock with this racquet and the defense was just adequate.


    The F9 most certainly packs a punch for it's advertised rating. (Even balance?) The most power I've gotten from a racquet so far. (Maybe it suits me haha)

    The feel is good, no head lag from the flexible shaft and it's definitely agile.

    my specs are 87g dry (Bp around 290-295)

    95g with string and one overgrip. 24x26 zm65

    The adipower duoforce with a slightly higher bp could be comparable.
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