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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    with that investment on N90, i do believe you are forced to love N90.

    from the specs, N50 maybe suitable for me. been busy these couple of weeks, havent stop by at the shop to check it out.
    Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to try all the top Li Ning racquets.
    If I were presented a choice, I'd still pick the N90 Woods over the others

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    From what i see of the Li ning chart for Li ning rackets at world of sports, N 50 racket is the heaviest with 89-90g without string!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    with that investment on N90, i do believe you are forced to love N90.

    from the specs, N50 maybe suitable for me. been busy these couple of weeks, havent stop by at the shop to check it out.
    Just now went AJ racket.. N55 cost RM 1k... So expensive

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    Got a N50 and tested. Initial feel likes the Arc10. The difference stands out after during the games.

    Net play is accurate with little effort. String with BG80 and 25lbs. The bounce is good.

    Delivers a powerful shot to end court.

    Overall, a pleasant surprise. The N50 turns up sturdy and the feel during the match is robust.

    Decided to get a N90 too. Cheers.

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    whats is the feel to the N90 LN racket? is it good at the net as well? cause from what ive read, it seems to pack a powerful punch from the reviews i was reading. Well, i own a arc 10 now, just woindering if the N90 is head heavier than the arc 10? and is the shaft stiffer comapred to arc 10?

    thanks!

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    Latest info to share with Singapore badminton fans here: 10 & 10 shop is selling Li ning string now. Max effect of power play will be together with Li ning N-series racket with Li ning string.

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    hmmm... just wonder whether they can survive in msia market given this price range...

    Quote Originally Posted by muslayer View Post
    Just now went AJ racket.. N55 cost RM 1k... So expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Max effect of power play will be together with Li ning N-series racket with Li ning string.
    Really????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Really????
    Lol, that's really funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Latest info to share with Singapore badminton fans here: 10 & 10 shop is selling Li ning string now. Max effect of power play will be together with Li ning N-series racket with Li ning string.
    I had my N90 restrung with the Li Ning 101 string.
    Er, I can't say I'm very pleased with it.

    For one, the Li Ning string is too expensive (SGD 26).
    Secondly, the Yonex BG-66 feels much better (to me).

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    Bro Oldhand, what string u use , i saw the Li ning , 0.70mm equivalent to Yonex BG 65 cost only Sing $15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I had my N90 restrung with the Li Ning 101 string.
    Er, I can't say I'm very pleased with it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro Oldhand, what string u use , i saw the Li ning , 0.70mm equivalent to Yonex BG 65 cost only Sing $15.

    He tried the Li Ning 101N (AXJD046) string as mentioned in his post.

    The catalogue can be found here.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=71738

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybarite View Post
    Just bought and tried the N90. Strung as usual Yonex 98 at 26lbs. Same as my Yonex Arc 9,10, AT800, N9900, MP100.

    Initial feel before playing is that the balance is head heavy, balance point about 0.4-0.8cm different from the other Yonex rackets. Consistently head heavier (grip included) measurements. Thicker cross section construction in the head frame as well. Shaft is also more flexible than the other Yonex rackets - perhaps giving it the feeling of 'power' during hits.

    Playing feel was good - good power all round with smashes, and fast enough for doubles, feels like a lighter faster MP100 (which has plenty of power but heavier and slower). The flexier shaft is a bit more comfortable but I had to time my contact slightly earlier to adjust to this feel. Definitely not as stiff as the ARC 10 or N9900.

    Overall feel is very subjective - I still like my ARC 9 the best. I feel the extra premium for the N90 is not justifiable. Not a breakthrough in outright stiffness, performance, or feel to make up the extra dollars.

    Eric ? Didn't know that you were into badminton too!

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    I don't get the sizing for the handle...So S3 is bigger than S2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_mc View Post
    whats is the feel to the N90 LN racket? is it good at the net as well? cause from what ive read, it seems to pack a powerful punch from the reviews i was reading. Well, i own a arc 10 now, just woindering if the N90 is head heavier than the arc 10? and is the shaft stiffer comapred to arc 10?

    thanks!
    N90 is head heavier than arc10, and has a less stiffer shaft than arc10.

    i;ve compared one of my friend's n90 with my 2u-arc10.
    the swinging speed and acceleration of n90 and 2u-arc10 is quite similiar, which means n90 is head heavier because n90 is 3u.

    the shaft, i'd say that 2u-arc10's shaft is really stiff.
    n90 is a lot more flexible than arc10(even 3u arc10).

    overall, i feel n90's stiffness and head-heaviness is very similar to 3u-at700(new version)---- although a little heavy, but very friendly to use.


    considering n90 is designed to Lin Dan's taste, its similarity to at700 is quite reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    I don't get the sizing for the handle...So S3 is bigger than S2?
    yes, S3 handle size is indeed bigger than S2.....W3 weight is also heavier than W2.

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    Any badminton fans using Li ning Fu haifeng N50 rackets, can give any comment on this racket?

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