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    N90 and N90II are stiff, but lower end of stiff as opposed to the likes of MX80 (which is really x-stiff). Haven't come across another stiff LN, they're all medium (with differences, of course). E.g. N50 would be a pretty flexible medium, while a N55II is stiffer than that.

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    I came to know from this forum that this is website to check li ning serial numbers :

    http://www.li-ning.com/fwcx/

    this site is not working. Any alternative?

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    You can try this site instead :

    - http://www.li-ning.cn/html/info/li-ning/fwcx/

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    N90 and N90II are stiff, but lower end of stiff as opposed to the likes of MX80 (which is really x-stiff). Haven't come across another stiff LN, they're all medium (with differences, of course). E.g. N50 would be a pretty flexible medium, while a N55II is stiffer than that.
    I think J4ckie hit the nail on the head, at least regarding the N90II. My N90II is not nearly as stiff as some other racquets I own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjoo888 View Post
    I think J4ckie hit the nail on the head, at least regarding the N90II. My N90II is not nearly as stiff as some other racquets I own.
    It's pretty interesting that almost all their line up is medium flex. You can actually find a couple different rackets that have the same exact specs on their website.

    I wonder if they feel different or if it's just repainted.

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    Erm guys. Do you see any new rackets despite the mid- and lower-range rackets?

    Okay, N10 and N20, but they're new for the rest of the world (which means outside of China ) "only".
    What about the N50-III, N55-III and N90-III which I've recently read here before?

    I'd really appreciate it if someone would post some infos or pics(!) of these new rackets. Or just tell me that these are rumors only... :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    It's pretty interesting that almost all their line up is medium flex. You can actually find a couple different rackets that have the same exact specs on their website.

    I wonder if they feel different or if it's just repainted.
    i never tried a Li Ning, but perhaps they classify their racquets not according to flexibility, but more according to technology. Victor does that : so many of their racquets are qualified as 4/5 on the stiffness scale

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    Specs are always only an indication, so two medium stiff rackets with a 295mm BP might actually feel very different. While Li Ning only provides the same weight categories as Yonex (i.e. 85-89g etc), the rackets are actually pretty damn close in weight. My N50IIs are both 89-90g (dry), my N90s are a tad lighter but very very close to each other, and the N70 is noticeably lighter than that.
    My point is that a 3g difference is a whole world for badminton rackets, but will not appear as such when the exact target weight isn't specified.
    Adidas seems to have a different approach, listing the target weight for each racket (with a +/-2g tolerance iirc), so you can actually see a difference between a 80g and 84g racket with the same BP.

    Head shape is another factor - the N70 for example has a much thinner head than the N90, which is part of why it's so much faster despite being head heavy according to the specs.

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    J4ckie, it seems that you possese an n70? How would you describe it? Can you compare it to the n50 and n55? I am thinking about buying one but my heart waves

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    can someone give a little more information on these gen III rackets? I'm sure we're all hungry for more info.

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    Anyone can help.
    .what the best lining rackets can suit for attacking double player...?? Thansk

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyzz77 View Post
    Anyone can help.
    .what the best lining rackets can suit for attacking double player...?? Thansk
    try the n55II. Its light and powerful, easiest li ning to use. Most chinese players use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leezzy View Post
    try the n55II. Its light and powerful, easiest li ning to use. Most chinese players use it.
    K...thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by leezzy View Post
    try the n55II. Its light and powerful, easiest li ning to use. Most chinese players use it.
    really? and hpw about f9?

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    Hello, Bros,
    Any comment on Li-Ning M73? Pls share.

    Rgds,,,Ken

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    li ning woods n90 2 @ 27 lbs

    wow..just amazing. my game is a breeze now. Just gave rest to my voltric z force for a while.

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