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    It is selling at brand new condition. The shop I am about to purchase it from holds a 10 year reputation in Malaysia(AJ RACKET MART) and is often selling rackets at highly competitive pricing. I'm just super worried I may be caught off guard a little by this purchase. The Li Ning N80 has become my new craze(I know it is not a new racket in the market) I really hope I don't get conned. Thanks alot for your prompt response. I'll look forward to using the code on the Li Ning website and to double check the grommets, grip size number location and the possibility of an off-centre logo on the butt cap. Thanks again Boggieeiggop

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    NanoSpeed 9900 vs Li Ning N80.Which racket would be better in terms of speed and power. What are advantages and disadvantages of both. I have reached my final phase before making my purchase of either one of these rackets in pairs. What are your thoughts people. Feedback from ppl that have used these 2 rackets before is much welcomed. Any crazies in da house??

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCR 999 View Post
    It is selling at brand new condition. The shop I am about to purchase it from holds a 10 year reputation in Malaysia(AJ RACKET MART) and is often selling rackets at highly competitive pricing. I'm just super worried I may be caught off guard a little by this purchase. The Li Ning N80 has become my new craze(I know it is not a new racket in the market) I really hope I don't get conned. Thanks alot for your prompt response. I'll look forward to using the code on the Li Ning website and to double check the grommets, grip size number location and the possibility of an off-centre logo on the butt cap. Thanks again Boggieeiggop
    No worries mate. To be honest, I'll e impressed if they can forge a code sticker because most fakes don't even have the sticker at all bit the code will definitely work. If you need anymore help, just give us a shout

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCR 999 View Post
    NanoSpeed 9900 vs Li Ning N80.Which racket would be better in terms of speed and power. What are advantages and disadvantages of both. I have reached my final phase before making my purchase of either one of these rackets in pairs. What are your thoughts people. Feedback from ppl that have used these 2 rackets before is much welcomed. Any crazies in da house??
    I've used a repaired ns9900 but because of that it was a tad off balance (wonky shaft) and it's very fast. Almost matches the Arc FB in terms of speed and for me I find mainly the strings and technique affects how accurate shots are. If your technique is fine then extracting power won't be a problem because normally racquets only make marginal difference. I mean for me, I use a 150g training racquet so everything feels really light and fast to me anyway, and I couldn't reeeaaaallly feel the daft flexing or not anyway. So like I said, don't rely on a racquet , improve your technique and you will be able to use any racquet.
    i haven't tried the N80 yet but I hear that it's a faster and more powerful version of N50ii. I have no idea how it plays though because I've never used one ><' the other fans here should be able to help

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    I am specifically looking for something almost as fast as NS9900 and a little more powerful. Mid stiff - stiff shaft is much prefered. Looking to purchase my first Li Ning. Any new recommendations will be much appreciated. My current first choice racket that I use is the Victor BraveSword 15. Now looking for a partner to accompany my lonely BraveSword 15. Something around the same spec with preference towards speed and not compromising too much of power at the same time. Anybody got some recommendations?


    I have recently gotten an elbow injury quite possibly due to the vibrations from my BS 15 during game-play. Would like something that reduces these vibrations as well. Your feedback is hugely anticipated, Li Ning-ers!!!

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    You're one awesome Boggie!!! Thanks alot, man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    No worries mate. To be honest, I'll e impressed if they can forge a code sticker because most fakes don't even have the sticker at all bit the code will definitely work. If you need anymore help, just give us a shout
    You're one awesome Boggie!!! Thanks alot, man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCR 999 View Post
    I am specifically looking for something almost as fast as NS9900 and a little more powerful. Mid stiff - stiff shaft is much prefered. Looking to purchase my first Li Ning. Any new recommendations will be much appreciated. My current first choice racket that I use is the Victor BraveSword 15. Now looking for a partner to accompany my lonely BraveSword 15. Something around the same spec with preference towards speed and not compromising too much of power at the same time. Anybody got some recommendations?


    I have recently gotten an elbow injury quite possibly due to the vibrations from my BS 15 during game-play. Would like something that reduces these vibrations as well. Your feedback is hugely anticipated, Li Ning-ers!!!
    Hahaha, most welcome oo, it's so ironic that I spend so much time looking at racquets but now my mind has gone blank XD errmmmm.... I would say N50ii is vaguely the same, and purely in terms of racquets, 50ii is a LOT more powerful. Perhaps strangely, my first LN was a HC1100A and I really like it but I felt like I should have moved on. Before I did though, I found it was a very nice equivalent Arcsaber; it's not heavy so that it's slow but it's not light so that it's lightning either. Contact felt very nice, action was smooth (but better value for money compared to Z slash) and I didn't feel any vibrations at all.
    it's hard to comment from personal experience given that everything feels almost the same now that I use a training racquet <_>' because then N90ii feels just as fast for me, which logically doesn't make sense but like I said; training racquet.
    I've fallen in love with my Kason F9 now, I use NS95 with it at 26lbs. I find that there are no problems with the racquet and if anything goes wrong it's purely down to me. In terms of the racquet though, F9 is very fast (although it will never be as fast as something like a 4U bs12 or ArcFB) and gives like, tenfold the power.
    otherwise based on specs, I'd say N80 is probably your best bet for now but what I've learnt is that the best way to know what's best for you is to try whatever you can.
    (btw, I've only recommended Li Ning and Kason stuff because you said you wanted to buy your first Li Ning )

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    N50II is not even remotely the same. Medium to soft shaft, heavy, head heavy, solid frame, as compared to the stiff, quick, balanced NS9900...
    Other than that - I agree. N80, F9 would probably be good to try, they're amongst the faster rackets of the LN lineup. Although afaik no N-series racket is really fast, at least not compared to Braveswords or even Nanospeeds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCR 999 View Post
    It is selling at brand new condition. The shop I am about to purchase it from holds a 10 year reputation in Malaysia(AJ RACKET MART) and is often selling rackets at highly competitive pricing. I'm just super worried I may be caught off guard a little by this purchase. The Li Ning N80 has become my new craze(I know it is not a new racket in the market) I really hope I don't get conned. Thanks alot for your prompt response. I'll look forward to using the code on the Li Ning website and to double check the grommets, grip size number location and the possibility of an off-centre logo on the butt cap. Thanks again Boggieeiggop
    Oh sorry, I forgot to mention that I have a N50ii s-type. Not sure how this differs from a normal N50ii

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    N50II is not even remotely the same. Medium to soft shaft, heavy, head heavy, solid frame, as compared to the stiff, quick, balanced NS9900...
    Other than that - I agree. N80, F9 would probably be good to try, they're amongst the faster rackets of the LN lineup. Although afaik no N-series racket is really fast, at least not compared to Braveswords or even Nanospeeds...
    That's probably why I couldn't think of anything but what about TB Nano and the UC and HC series? They're obviously not as famous and hence not as expensive as the N series but they're not bad at all

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    No experience with them at all. I know a guy using a UC racket, and one using a TB Nano I believe, but not quite sure....all I have experience with is the N-series. Great quality throughout, but also kinda high weights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    Hahaha, most welcome oo, it's so ironic that I spend so much time looking at racquets but now my mind has gone blank XD errmmmm.... I would say N50ii is vaguely the same, and purely in terms of racquets, 50ii is a LOT more powerful. Perhaps strangely, my first LN was a HC1100A and I really like it but I felt like I should have moved on. Before I did though, I found it was a very nice equivalent Arcsaber; it's not heavy so that it's slow but it's not light so that it's lightning either. Contact felt very nice, action was smooth (but better value for money compared to Z slash) and I didn't feel any vibrations at all.
    it's hard to comment from personal experience given that everything feels almost the same now that I use a training racquet <_>' because then N90ii feels just as fast for me, which logically doesn't make sense but like I said; training racquet.
    I've fallen in love with my Kason F9 now, I use NS95 with it at 26lbs. I find that there are no problems with the racquet and if anything goes wrong it's purely down to me. In terms of the racquet though, F9 is very fast (although it will never be as fast as something like a 4U bs12 or ArcFB) and gives like, tenfold the power.
    otherwise based on specs, I'd say N80 is probably your best bet for now but what I've learnt is that the best way to know what's best for you is to try whatever you can.
    (btw, I've only recommended Li Ning and Kason stuff because you said you wanted to buy your first Li Ning )
    Agreed with you, F9 is a good choice; fast and powerful racquet mine is F9 Ltd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEN_KL MSIA View Post
    Agreed with you, F9 is a good choice; fast and powerful racquet mine is F9 Ltd.
    Heehee, I have f9 ltd as well pre-ordered N9 though, I'm going to miss using a Kason racquet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boggieeiggob View Post
    Heehee, I have f9 ltd as well pre-ordered N9 though, I'm going to miss using a Kason racquet
    I have the F9 normal and limited - somehow, I feel the Ltd is much more powerful than the normal... or maybe it's because of the stringing haha.

    You can still keep the F9 Ltd... use it alternatively....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    I have the F9 normal and limited - somehow, I feel the Ltd is much more powerful than the normal... or maybe it's because of the stringing haha.

    You can still keep the F9 Ltd... use it alternatively....
    Well like I'm always saying now, the racquets feel the same to me. The only piece of equipment that only really feels different for me is the strings but I use the same strings and tension. It's interesting that you feel the Ltd is more powerful because I thought ltd was basically the standard f9 with a slightly different paint job (i.e, FHF's signature)

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    Saw the new Li Ning N90iii, N55iii, N9, N7 as well as the LD edition of N90 and N90ii on the promo booth during Singapore Open 2013 last night. They looked awesome, can see Li Ning's latest color scheme has changed a lot. No more dominant red and gold/yellow as they used to do before.

    The N90iii is a very good looking racket indeed and interestingly the N9 seems to have a higher BP compared to its predecessor, F9.
    Last edited by quixilver; 06-21-2013 at 03:11 AM.

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