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    bro tckang, hows your N55 going? what string do you use/have you used on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adonis View Post
    bro tckang, hows your N55 going? what string do you use/have you used on it?
    Nah...still at 26lbs and being neglected (poor thing)
    The warranty is valid for 3 months. Meaning up till end December.....
    Will try it with BG66 Maxima or BG65 Power at 29lbs.....

    To control my "urge" to re-string it, i evne buy him (N55) a racket cloth bag so that i "see no evil" ...

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    Bro tckang, Do u have N90 or N50, can share with us , how's the racket ?

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    have you used BG 80 on any of your current rackets before?
    i'm a bit undecided which string to set as my default one since NBG 98 may not be very affordable at all times!

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    Bro adonis: U can try using BG 65 power string , its not bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Any Li ning fans here already use and buy Li ning N90 racket, can share with me , how's the racket, cause i heard from friends today that N90 is a very difficult to use and play ?
    Hmm well my chinese badminton coach son has a N90, the first comment he said was "this racket is heavy........"

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    hows the touch on that? i guess thats a big thing for me since i'm not much of a power player anyway..

    what strings do you usually use and like?

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    Bro takumifujiwara: your coach son is it advance player, if even advance player say is heavy.. means good for smashing & is it difficult to use ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adonis View Post
    have you used BG 80 on any of your current rackets before?
    i'm a bit undecided which string to set as my default one since NBG 98 may not be very affordable at all times!
    Unfortunately, no. I m using BG65 (the normal ones) and BG68Tii.
    NBG98 so-so, BG65 Power better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro takumifujiwara: your coach son is it advance player, if even advance player say is heavy.. means good for smashing & is it difficult to use ?
    Bro,
    If i remember correctly, Singapore Li Ning allows ones to try their racket with some deposit paid and a rental fee of SGD20? Why don't you try the N90 out for yourself to see if you really likes it? Is it heavy for you? I think this is a solution worth think about bro.

    And no, i ONLY have N55, no N50 and no N90, unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro tckang, Do u have N90 or N50, can share with us , how's the racket ?
    you can ask or PM Oldhand .... he has at least 2 of N90

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    U mean most of the bros here no N90 racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    U mean most of the bros here no N90 racket?
    There are many people own a N90 racekt but just dun post it.

    Li-Ning is still a new brand and people are hesitate to fork out few hundred dollar to buy it and without knowing whether it is worth it or just purely a hype created. This is mostly depend on individual.

    We are anticipte your valueable comments and review on the N90 racket and giving us more information whether is it good and in what aspect is it good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro takumifujiwara: your coach son is it advance player, if even advance player say is heavy.. means good for smashing & is it difficult to use ?
    Yes he is a very advance player. Normally what ever racket he uses he smashes really really fast and strong, but he says that his smashing speed could go even faster and stronger with the N90, its just that its heavy and abit harder to manuver round.

    I'll try to borrow his N90 as well just to see how it feels...

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    Bro Louislkw: U re right, its a new brand, that's why i need all the bros opinion on this racket, before i make a decision whether to buy it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro Louislkw: U re right, its a new brand, that's why i need all the bros opinion on this racket, before i make a decision whether to buy it ?
    I thought you are certain to get the N90 or N50 before end of this year?
    Just joking. The best is to try out the rackets by paying the SGD20 rental fee. In the long run, it is worth it. Even if 20 Bros here say Good on N90, when you use it you may feel it is crap, and vice versa. (Look at Arc Z as a very good example in our forum now...)

    But it is always a free world. Your deicision Your choice.

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    Bro i see a lot of people comment Arch z slash is very good.. i wonder how good it is compared to N90 ?

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