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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    The N90II is a whole world lighter than the N90, but kinda stiff, so I'm not too sure how much you'd enjoy it. I like mine, but with the current setup it's only usable for very controlled doubles (turns out 31lbs on my new motor are as tight as 33 on the old one...so my smash is very girly with it). Still a lot easier to use than the BS10 (not to mention the MX80 ).
    Hi j4ckie, I'm currently looking for a new racket and the options are N90, N90ii, BS LYD and MX London. I know those four rackets are damn good but he only one I have tried to play is BS LYD.
    For a reference, I've had one MX80 3u which I sold after two months as I couldn't really handle the stiffness of it and somehow I found that I was struggling for so many times just to do net lifts towards the opponent's baseline as opposed to when did using my Arc 10 Premium.

    Have you ever compared the N90 and N90ii with MX80 in terms of stiffness and head-heaviness ?
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    Hi Everyone Got a new one AREOFLO 2004. Its awesome

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    I have to say that N50-II is a great racket. Very easy to handle. It's quick and got enough head heaviness for my taste.
    It's noticable less head heavy than N55, but it's easier to play too. Especially in doubles.

    Strung with BG80 and 11Kg. I'm still not sure if its the right string for this racket. I'm thinking about VS850 or BG66UM or ZM65.

    I'm wondering how it would perform against the old N50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    I have to say that N50-II is a great racket. Very easy to handle. It's quick and got enough head heaviness for my taste.
    It's noticable less head heavy than N55, but it's easier to play too. Especially in doubles.

    Strung with BG80 and 11Kg. I'm still not sure if its the right string for this racket. I'm thinking about VS850 or BG66UM or ZM65.

    I'm wondering how it would perform against the old N50.
    BG80 and VS850 are very similar, but the BG80 holds the tension noticeably better. I don't think a change between the two will really have a big impact.
    Compared to my usual rackets, the N50II is rather slow, so I like thicker strings on it (as they have a more solid feel and slightly longer contact than thinner strings, which complements the solid feel and slower swing of the N50II). Atm, I have mine strung with a somewhat old 35lbs BG65Ti/BG65 and the other with a 30lbs ZM65. Both setups are rather repulsive and I can play well with either of them, but as the racket is pretty soft and a bit on the slow side my control suffers rather heavily on hard smashes (to the point where I'm not really able to keep a down-the-line smash in singles in consistently).

    It's a bit head heavier than the N50, which makes the first gen slightly quicker and more comfortable for doubles (for me). Stiffness and weight are very very similar.

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    Hi, I went to Queensway Shopping Centre today, and the guy at Hello Sports recommended a new Li Ning racket, G-Force 350. He said it's a new model. I bought it at 120SGD. I saw the racket at Chau Beng also. However, when I came back, I searched the net for this model, and I don't see it anywhere! Is it so new that it's not on the internet? I doubt so....

    Does this racket exist or have I been duped?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayyt View Post
    Hi, I went to Queensway Shopping Centre today, and the guy at Hello Sports recommended a new Li Ning racket, G-Force 350. He said it's a new model. I bought it at 120SGD. I saw the racket at Chau Beng also. However, when I came back, I searched the net for this model, and I don't see it anywhere! Is it so new that it's not on the internet? I doubt so....

    Does this racket exist or have I been duped?
    Could you take a photo of the racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Could you take a photo of the racket?
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    It's quite possible they haven't put it on their website - happens with a few rackets. There are a lot of shops here still offering the whole Bravesword range, yet on the Victor International website you'll only find the 12, LYD and 11. Meteor series is even worse, they only have the JJS on there although you can get the 60, 70, 80 as well.

    Anyhow, don't worry too much - if the decals are symmetric and the racket quality is good (grommets, overall finish quality,....) it's very unlikely you got a fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Anyhow, don't worry too much - if the decals are symmetric and the racket quality is good (grommets, overall finish quality,....) it's very unlikely you got a fake.
    Yeah... Looks like a good quality racket, though the logo cap photo will do more help to confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixilver View Post
    Yeah... Looks like a good quality racket, though the logo cap photo will do more help to confirm.
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    you mean this one?? i forgot to upload this...

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    Hi,

    i am beginner i am looking to buy a racquet i have made a post in the racquet section but didn't get the answer yet

    finally i am squaring of to

    linings uc3920 ---($64)

    or
    voltrics 5 ---($54)


    Some one advise to start with a heavy head..i am very begineer prior to this i played with a $20 racquet

    Please help me in making the choice

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    Li Ning N7 and N9 will be launched at July 2013, guess who will be endorsed player for those rackets ?
    So many rackets will be release at July 2013, N90III, N50III ( Gold, Purple ), N55III ( Silver, Purple ) and so many else. Also have AYAH009-1 ( Hero II ).

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    For those who understand chinese and interested of knowing how li ning rackets are manufactured...here is a video...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16x-...e_gdata_player

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    Gold purple N50III..... I'm done. And Fu/Cai finally move away from Kason? But the N7 and N9 would still be heaps more expensive than C7 and F9 though...

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    Guys I'm in Dubai. where can I buy or order online Li ning woods 90 ii?

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    Mybadmintonstore.com has it and international shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decoy View Post
    Mybadmintonstore.com has it and international shipping.

    Thank you. Hope they sell genuine rackets.

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