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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryccard View Post
    LN newbie question here: how may Kinds of N90 / 90II are there??? ( this is a serious question )
    you can read the page before... there is n90 . n90II . n90II gforce . n90II s-type. maybe it can help u..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris0612 View Post
    you can read the page before... there is n90 . n90II . n90II gforce . n90II s-type. maybe it can help u..
    what's the difference between them????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryccard View Post
    what's the difference between them????

    are u really2 want to know?? u can read this thread from page 1.. haha trust me u will know what the difference between of them...

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    hey, whats the maximum string tension for n90 ? whats the highest number you have ever went for? cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by varisz View Post
    hey, whats the maximum string tension for n90 ? whats the highest number you have ever went for? cheers
    By Spec its Main: 24-28lbs, Cross: 26-30lbs. But I have strung it at 32/32lbs with no issues.

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    wow 32/32 haha nice. so it should be totally fine if i string mine at lets say 26lbs or 27lbs? It shouldnt break ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by varisz View Post
    wow 32/32 haha nice. so it should be totally fine if i string mine at lets say 26lbs or 27lbs? It shouldnt break ?
    That's well within the limits. You'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by varisz View Post
    hey, whats the maximum string tension for n90 ? whats the highest number you have ever went for? cheers
    33x35lbs~ next time will be 34x34

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    Finally I got a N55 (old series)! Its looks is nice. Finally a red racket (next to blue, white, yellow)! Finally a Li-Ning

    But who else thinks N55 is kinda flexible? It's stated as "stiff". But it's not that stiff as Arc10 or BS LYD.

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    Hm. I thought it was medium? That's what most shops and Li Ning say The only stiff N rackets are the N90, N90II, N55-II afaik. Although I'll find out about the N55-II soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Hm. I thought it was medium? That's what most shops and Li Ning say The only stiff N rackets are the N90, N90II, N55-II afaik. Although I'll find out about the N55-II soon
    According to this, N55-II is medium too... http://badminton-nation.com/li-ning-...55-ii-aype108/

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    You're right. Lol, I've had it wrong in my mind then.
    Whatever... Probably it's going to be my smash-racket for doubles and for "tired-and-or-lazy"-singles

    It performs well in terms speed and power. It's also very good for defensive play because it's maneuverable. But it's a little bit bouncy due its medium stiffness -> lacks in control at net play

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    Hm in net play that's the string or the head heavy balance. The racket stiffness has no real influence there as the movements are too short and slow to bend the shaft. It could lack some control in drives and pushes though, those are affected very much by the stiffness

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    how abaout n50 1st gen,ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryccard View Post
    what's the difference between them????
    head heavy

    N90GF>N90II>N90>N90S-type

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    Nah, the N90 is head heavier than the N90II...

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    Another question guys.

    Which string should I choose for my n90? I can't decide between bg66 ultimax strung at 27lbs (which I have had on my voltric 80) or bg80 strung at 27lbs also (played with this string back in the day) strung at 27lbs also.

    I am pretty good player, love heavy, heavy smashes although I'm very good at the net.
    I know, i know, use the string that I like the best, but I really don't know which one is the one. I recently read an article about how thinner strings strung at higher tension might damage the racket and it made me quite curious about which string to choose as I don't want my lovely n90 to break. I feel like it's one of those rare rackets that you want to have in perfect shape for years to come, I haven't played with it yet, but it feels extraordinary when I'm holding it.

    Can you help me out with this, have you experienced any problems?
    Oh and just out of curiosity, has anyone strung n90 at 24lbs? How does it feel at low tensions? I have heard that it performs much better when it is strung at higher tension

    P.S. the racket will be strung by the guys at direct badminton as I had good experience with them when they strung my voltric 80 with nanogy 98 at 27lbs.
    Sorry for the long post. Cheers

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