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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    Well, I guess the top part is modding, but the bottom part is just reinforcing like all my Yonex rackets! I didn't play with it in stock form as the tension wouldn't have been right for a good trial! I will be testing this thing against my AT700LTD, AT700 2nd gen, VT80, and my AT900P which are currently my top picks ranked in that order
    Let me know how it plays on sat... Come to think of it, I should change to grommets on my rackets as well... But I'm lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    Hmmm... My friend and I have old batch N90. We got it with old logo bag, old logo shirt, grip,and string. But our N90 doesn't have "power armor system." I'm sure my N90 is genuine.
    Pretty sure they all had the power armor system. Where did you buy and post some pic of all the angles and parts of the racket. I've become pretty good at for detecting fake Li Ning paint jobs now, and I'm sure other members will chime in as well You never know, there's so many fakes out there!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    Let me know how it plays on sat... Come to think of it, I should change to grommets on my rackets as well... But I'm lazy
    Sure! Let you know how it goes! Yeah, upgrade them grommets, it's not that bad! At least it's a direct fitment! It doubles as extra head heavy weight too! But barely LOl
    Last edited by Optiblue; 12-02-2011 at 10:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    Pretty sure they all had the power armor system. Where did you buy and post some pic of all the angles and parts of the racket. I've become pretty good at for detecting fake Li Ning paint jobs now, and I'm sure other members will chime in as well You never know, there's so many fakes out there!
    I bought at Smash Sport, Bandung, Indonesia.
    I'll take the picture later. I'm sure its original, and I hope its original The golden letter at the racket has "rainbow effect" if we see it from different angel.

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    Played singles last night. Won 3-1 games. This time with my new Li-Ning N90II bought from Tads (local sport shop in Vancouver). Strung with BG85 @ 27lbs and gripped with white RKEP G09 Elite.

    It felt good and easier (imho) to play with than my Yonex VT80. It was a tad bit stiffer than the VT80 but not as stiff as my Victor MX80. My friend even commented that my smashes were harder with this racket. I'm not sure if it was harder but it sure sounded nice when I smashed. But that could be due to the BG85. My net play and drops were a bit off to which I attribute to the new type of strings.

    The HangYu Tournament #1 shuttles again held up to 1.5-2 games ratio. Pretty damn good shuttles for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    I added standard Yonex U grommets to the top and bottom along with the AT900P U-Style Grommet and the AT700 grommet strip which fits decently.
    Why on earth do you want to add those arcane grommet types??? Those are made for rackets with lower grade graphite that arent strong enough to support orinary grommetes without the graphite caving in!!!

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    Today I want to share with brothers here Lin Dan current racket N50 II which beat Lee Chong wei in both HK open and china open .

    型号:FLAME N50Ⅱ
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    长度:675mm
    握把长度:200mm
    平衡点:295
    中管弹性:中
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    主线20-28lbs;横线22-30lbs
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    He actually used the N50 for the whole China Open tournament. Although my N50II with a 30lbs NBG95 feels pretty nice now (dropped from 32). Thanks for making me give it another try, LD

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    He actually used the N50 for the whole China Open tournament. Although my N50II with a 30lbs NBG95 feels pretty nice now (dropped from 32). Thanks for making me give it another try, LD
    Actually he used N50-II most of the tournament, only against CL n50 was used.

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    Hi im new here.. i have using vt 80 for 6 months but i think vt 80 is lacking speed for drive.. but very good in smash..
    I want to buy lining racket which there have speed and good in smash. do you have any idea? maybe n90 , n90(2) or N50(2)? which one is better.. thxx for advise..

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    N90ii.. I have VT80 and just bought the N90ii, and I can say my drives and smashes is better than when using the VT80.

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    oh really... thx for the advise..but are u trying n90.. because many people say n90 is better than n90II.. am i wrong? i cant try the rackets because no one using both of them in my badminton club..

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    N90 is the most head heavy and stiffest racket of all rackets in the world.

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    Sorry but I didn't get a chance to try the N90.
    Quote Originally Posted by chris0612 View Post
    oh really... thx for the advise..but are u trying n90.. because many people say n90 is better than n90II.. am i wrong? i cant try the rackets because no one using both of them in my badminton club..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bartwuster View Post
    N90ii.. I have VT80 and just bought the N90ii, and I can say my drives and smashes is better than when using the VT80.
    hahaha yesterday i see n90II and N90 at shop.. i prefer n90II for the paint.. n90 looks more old.. but the seller say n90 better than n90II.. make me confuse for chosing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris0612 View Post
    hahaha yesterday i see n90II and N90 at shop.. i prefer n90II for the paint.. n90 looks more old.. but the seller say n90 better than n90II.. make me confuse for chosing..
    Almost the same with me; paint job on the n90ii definitely look nicer..
    Also, the shopkeeper where I bought mine do mention about n90ii got slight edge when attacking, but also harder to handle compared to n90ii, so another reason for me to buy the n90ii..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    N90 is the most head heavy and stiffest racket of all rackets in the world.
    That is absolutely not true - but it is very head heavy. The stiffness, however, is pretty average 'stiff'.

    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Actually he used N50-II most of the tournament, only against CL n50 was used.
    Against Shon Wan Ho and Lee Chong Wei he used the N50 as well...which makes it 'most of the tournament' for me (haven't seen any footage of the first 2 rounds). In the exhibition matches (4 Heavenly Kings?) he used the N50II though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    That is absolutely not true - but it is very head heavy. The stiffness, however, is pretty average 'stiff'.
    It is stiffer than similar headyheavy rackets like AT700, VT80, AT50, SW35, AT900P etc.. Maybe that is what he is reffering to..

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