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    True. Personally, I don't like two knots, it just feels weird for me. But the thing is, my coach says that you wouldn't be able to tell because they could just get a same colour string and spray it, or get a string, colour it and then ink the stencil in. Oh well, I'm not professional so I'm gonna keep a lil' quiet on this one = 3 =

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    Quote Originally Posted by passiontea View Post
    hmmm, is Li-Ning actually Lin Dan's company?
    Sort of. Lin Dan is the image/advertising image of the badminton department of Li Ning. Li Ning is a company owned by the founder Li Ning, who is a former gold medalist gymnast, hence why it's called Li Ning

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    Btw, is this thread only for the N series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    Btw, is this thread only for the N series?
    It is for any Li-Ning racket, but N series is the most widely available which is why they dominate the thread. The rest of Li-Ning's range is much harder to find and not all models are available everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    It is for any Li-Ning racket, but N series is the most widely available which is why they dominate the thread. The rest of Li-Ning's range is much harder to find and not all models are available everywhere.
    Are they the most available worldwide? I thought it was the HC and UC series >_>' oh well

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    Another thing, this is probably a dumb question, but what's the difference between the I/1st generation and II/2nd generation of the N series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    Another thing, this is probably a dumb question, but what's the difference between the I/1st generation and II/2nd generation of the N series?
    They're different rackets, so the 2nd gen ones are the "updated" and new versions but the specs have changed slightly. The 1st and 2nd gens are still quite widely available so treat them as different rackets so you find the one that best matches you.

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    does any one know what strings does Fu haifung uses with his Kason F9?
    i heard that theres:
    -Kason professional p-75 (similar to bg80 but holds tension quite well)
    -or li-ning ns-70.
    i want to know because im keen to get a F9 for my doubles, and trying find out the most suitable strings for it.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonsimp View Post
    does any one know what strings does Fu haifung uses with his Kason F9?
    i heard that theres:
    -Kason professional p-75 (similar to bg80 but holds tension quite well)
    -or li-ning ns-70.
    i want to know because im keen to get a F9 for my doubles, and trying find out the most suitable strings for it.
    Thank you.
    Try it with ZM62, it feels really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonsimp View Post
    does any one know what strings does Fu haifung uses with his Kason F9?
    i heard that theres:
    -Kason professional p-75 (similar to bg80 but holds tension quite well)
    -or li-ning ns-70.
    i want to know because im keen to get a F9 for my doubles, and trying find out the most suitable strings for it.
    Thank you.
    Depends more on your personal preference than the racket. The Kason string is thinner than the BG80 (.67mm) so it should be a little more repulsive...

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    Another thing, this is probably a dumb question, but what's the difference between the I/1st generation and II/2nd generation of the N series?
    The 2nd generation features the bio-inner-cone technology with most rackets, there's a website here for Li-Ning racket information www.li-ning-badminton.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henners View Post
    The 2nd generation features the bio-inner-cone technology with most rackets, there's a website here for Li-Ning racket information www.li-ning-badminton.com
    Tche, I got so happy when I saw the sign on the website, and then I saw the numbers and I was just like '... :/' because I've found so many websites that sells all those racquets for so much cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonsimp View Post
    does any one know what strings does Fu haifung uses with his Kason F9?
    i heard that theres:
    -Kason professional p-75 (similar to bg80 but holds tension quite well)
    -or li-ning ns-70.
    i want to know because im keen to get a F9 for my doubles, and trying find out the most suitable strings for it.
    Thank you.
    FHF uses BG65Ti, at 30+ lbs of course. Saw a photo of his broken racquet.

    String and tension choice can be quite personal. While BG65Ti is a good string for bombers, please don't think this F9/BG65Ti combo can make you the next FHF instantly Proper timing and stroke matters more
    Last edited by zombie0517; 07-05-2012 at 05:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Hm. You sure you got a genuine product? I've got several LN and played many many hours with them - and the worst problem I've had was a split grommet. Sure, I'm not at national level, so the stress on the racket is reduced quite a bit, but I string them with strings between 0.62 and 0.69mm and tension are 24-27lbs. My hitting action isn't exactly soft either...
    LN racquets are notorious for their fragile grommets, in fact one of the ways to tell if the racquets are genuine is to look at the lifetime of the grommets But then again grommets are sacrificial in nature, so just ask your stringer to replace them next time

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    Yes generally yonex have softer frames and li ning have softer grommets.

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    I'm looking for a fast doubles racket.
    Been reading good thing about the n50, but it seems to be very hard to find in europe now a days.
    Is there any other N-series racket that can be described as a doubles racket, like the n50? (even balance)

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    I think the N77/N77II will suit your needs, it's pretty even balanced and not as heavy as most other LN rackets. Personally, I really liked the N55II as well, the only reason I don't use it myself is the price difference compared to my trusty BS09 It's a bit head heavier though. In terms of speed and balance probably not far from the Arc10 (not as stiff!).

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