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    I tried out my N55 today and tested it against my other racquets. It is quite a solid racquet but surprisingly it hits no harder than my specially made Chinese racquet. It is also less maneuverable than all my other racquets. To be frank it is also not as good as the old AT700, which I had modified for speed. Now, I wonder why my son is so keen to swap it with one of my used carbon black racquet, after having broken one earlier.

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    I recently just bought a N90 racquet too. And to be honest, comparing from what people have been saying on the forum, and how I felt when I used it, its a bit different. For example, many have seem to say that N90 is heavy, but from how I use it, its more towards light than heavy =/. Well at least, its lighther than the AT 700 ltd.

    And just a question to all N90 owners. You know the "LD" initials on the cone? Does yours sparkles? Like a hologram printing? or does it only appear in one colour?(brown)

    And how do you distinguish between a fake and real Li Ning racket? From what I've read, it seems that real Li ning racket have 72 grommet holes? Is that right?

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    You should see a scratch pad on the underside of the cardboard that comes on the racket when you bought it. There, you can enter the code into the Li Ning website to check for its authenticity.

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    Any bros here notice that the N90 used by Lin dan seemed to be different color from the N90 rackets sell in shops, i mean the top flame of the racket used by Lin dan is white or grey similar to armotec 700, whereas the one sell in shop ,the top flame of racket is black in color ?. Is it because of different paint job apply to the same racket, specially for Lin dan >

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    This one selling in shops
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    The top frame of the LN90 that is used by Lin Dan is white in color, it is due to some modification made by him. He has done it before, with his AT700... Modify the head to suit his style of play..
    The head will be more heavy, i guess..

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    Hey bro: i want the one by Lin dan , any way to get it ?

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    no, simply because you are not lin dan.

    and a lin dan racket does not make you anymore like him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hey bro: i want the one by Lin dan , any way to get it ?
    paint the top white k? i quite frankly don't see the point of doing the same modification as him.

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    I already paint a little bit white to my current armotec 700 old color on the top flame of the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    I already paint a little bit white to my current armotec 700 old color on the top flame of the racket.
    do you feel like a lin dan on court? just out of curiosity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    I already paint a little bit white to my current armotec 700 old color on the top flame of the racket.
    you are a super man

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    Yes , i feel like him, whenever i serve the shutter, i try to imagine how he moved on the court, and then i started to do the same way... but i am just simply not good enough on court

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    @Ferrerkiko
    Keep on practicing bro...you can do it..

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    lol.. i think its nice to idolise some one, however, you should just adapt your own method of play, learn all the shots, improve fitness, then maybe you will be able to learn his method of play. looking like him and using his equipment will not make you him.

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    Looked to me as if he put some tape on top of the racket, like he did when he was using his AT 700 =/.

    Its not really clear on that picture, but some other pictures that I saw, were really obvious that there was a tape on top of it. 10 to 2 o'clock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    lol.. i think its nice to idolise some one, however, you should just adapt your own method of play, learn all the shots, improve fitness, then maybe you will be able to learn his method of play. looking like him and using his equipment will not make you him.
    Lol yea. Well said. Its better to be original in your style of playing rather than copying someone else or follwing them. Who knows maybe your style is better than thiers?

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    Bro takumifujiwara: You say some of the pictures Lin dan use tap on his rackets, can share it here,, why u say cant copy another person style, i believe Lin Dan got copy some of Yang Yang & Zhao Jianhua stroke, that's why he so good today!

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