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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    While I agree that you generally need a strong wrist for these, 27-28lbs are not necessary to enjoy these rackets. 25-26 are okay, and the N90 needs 26+. If you start with lower tension, they still feel good, but the performance is much better with higher tensions
    Easiest to use are N77&N33, hardest to use are N90 and N90II. Arm and wrist strength are essential with the N90 or you'll get hurt.
    N90s the hardest to use? my wrist is already hurting from using N50II....at 25lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksquared View Post
    N90s the hardest to use? my wrist is already hurting from using N50II....at 25lbs
    The N90 is significantly heavier and stiffer. You need to swing it a faster than the N50II to bend the shaft, which makes stopping that motion harder. The higher weight and BP add to that - even the N70 (head heavier than the N50II) is a lot easier to use than the N90. I changed rackets during a tournament once (broken string) and as a result, my whole arm hurt the next day from the increased stress. The N90 is really hard to master, those who played with the old AT700 will love it, but if you're not advanced enough to use it, it'll just feel very heavy and kinda numb, and your shots will be weaker.

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    I guess its different for everyone. I struggle with the N50II / N70 (too head heavy for me) but love the N50 and N90II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    I guess its different for everyone. I struggle with the N50II / N70 (too head heavy for me) but love the N50 and N90II.
    yes, i agree that its different for different people.

    somehow, i find it much easier to play with the at700 (old one) than the n50II. compared to the at700, the n50II feels much head heavier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    I guess its different for everyone. I struggle with the N50II / N70 (too head heavy for me) but love the N50 and N90II.
    Quote Originally Posted by ksquared View Post
    yes, i agree that its different for different people.

    somehow, i find it much easier to play with the at700 (old one) than the n50II. compared to the at700, the n50II feels much head heavier.
    The softer shaft is probably the reason why it feels head heavier as the head lags behind. I think the N90II feels less head heavy than the N50II, even though on paper, it's head heavier. But somehow I dont really like to play with it a lot, just in relaxed mixed/doubles - the N50 feels much better when I need a faster racket than the N50II...

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    without doubts!! definitely N90 is the hardest rackets to master and control. Suitable for strong advanced level single player! thick frame & stiff shaft... urgh....

    still... i will classified it as a classics due to its enormous power!

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    hm the N33 is listed as Cai Yun's racket at my retailer's website (badminton-outlet.det) and I distinctly remember that vid where he used that racket or one very similar to it. The N70 was made for Bao Chunlai, who used it since China chose Li Ning as sponsor, but Cai Yun definitely used the N33 at one poimt. No one else did, so it'd make no sense to produce this racket if he didnt use it...

    CY used N33 when it was first designed for him. He used N77 during the 2009 World Championships. After that , i think he changed to N70 during the 2010 World Championships. CY has been changing many rackets for various tournaments. I think its because he wants to find out the racket that really suits him and feels good on him.

    Cheers

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    Could you tell me about UC3720

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    Other than the difference in BP for the N55 and N55-II, is there any major difference between the two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xero888 View Post
    Other than the difference in BP for the N55 and N55-II, is there any major difference between the two?
    I think the stiffness has changed, it's een made a bit stiffer as far as I know - like most of the 2nd gen rackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    I think the stiffness has changed, it's een made a bit stiffer as far as I know - like most of the 2nd gen rackets
    So is the N55-II considered extra stiff like NS9900 or on par with an at900p stiffness? Any major difference in feel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xero888 View Post
    So is the N55-II considered extra stiff like NS9900 or on par with an at900p stiffness? Any major difference in feel?
    I really dont know. I would guess it's probably on par with the 900P or maybe even a bit stiffer, but not close to NS9900. It's all guesswork though, it's not available at all here (just through some Japanese/Hong Kong shops)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    I really dont know. I would guess it's probably on par with the 900P or maybe even a bit stiffer, but not close to NS9900. It's all guesswork though, it's not available at all here (just through some Japanese/Hong Kong shops)...
    As long as it's not as stiff as the 9900 I should be good. Hopefully it gets more reviews soon because I need to know if I should get the n55 or n55-II. I'm kinda leaning towards the N55-II because it looks way better and it's head heavier but if there's a major difference in feel/power then I would go for whichever has better feel/power.

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    ditto! N-55 was one of those rackets which looked liked a blend of yellow arc10 and some downgraded arrows from the N-90. But the II version... i had to whistle at that. Pretty sure that both rackets are similar, although on the bbeshop (http://www.bbeshop.com/lining/lining...acket_n552.htm) the N-55 II is medium flex (which is probably stiff in Yonex terms) while N-55 is VERY stiff. Haven't actually got around to swinging both rackets, but if they were the same, i'd by N-55 II in a flash

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    I played with the N55 and it was Medium to stiff, not very stiff.

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    I've tried searching the forums but couldn't find a thread where comparisons are made between Yonex and Li Ning. Sort of a Yonex vs Li Ning equivalent chart. Can Anybody make a list who's played with the N series and most of Yonex's high end rackets and list which is closest to the other. For eg. AT900T similar to Li Ning N50II ? (from what I hear anyways) Thanks. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    ditto! N-55 was one of those rackets which looked liked a blend of yellow arc10 and some downgraded arrows from the N-90. But the II version... i had to whistle at that. Pretty sure that both rackets are similar, although on the bbeshop (http://www.bbeshop.com/lining/lining...acket_n552.htm) the N-55 II is medium flex (which is probably stiff in Yonex terms) while N-55 is VERY stiff. Haven't actually got around to swinging both rackets, but if they were the same, i'd by N-55 II in a flash
    Do you happen to mean yellow Ti-10? Cause I don't think a yellow arc10 was ever made. I just hope it's true that Li-ning medium = yonex stiff otherwise I'd be wasting money. I could never use med flex rackets except for maybe ti-10 yellow.

    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    I played with the N55 and it was Medium to stiff, not very stiff.
    Would you have found that the arc10 or 900p have the same stiffness because one person may feel that an uber stiff racket isn't stiff while others think the same racket is too stiff? I just want to see your perspective so I can compare it to my perspective on their stiffness.

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