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    Default Li-Ning 2nd Generation N-series Racquets

    Li-Ning Woods N90 II strung with Yonex BG66 Maxima (1-piece stringing). Grommet colours are similar to the N90 II Classic. Strung weight without grip is around 92-93 gms. Initial feel is about the same as the Classic. Technology used and specs seems to be identical to the Classic also except the colour scheme.
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    Brother nice pictures...

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    Default Li-Ning Woods N90 II with the N90 II Classic

    Both racquets are around the same weight at 92-93 gms. Head-heavy balance also feels the same. Will write more when I have the chance to play with the N90 II.
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    Brother thanks for sharing !

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    Default Flame N50 II

    Li-Ning Flame N50 II also strung with Yonex BG66 Maxima. Initial swing, movement and weight felt like my 2U Yonex Ti10 3rd generation. This racquet is a tad heavier at 95 gms as compared to both N90II racquets. Quality and furnish is flawless and excellent and should already be familiar to current Li-Ning racquet owners.
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    Default Visual comparison of all the 2nd Generation Racquets.

    Visual, colour and cosmectic wise, I would prefer the 2nd generation racquets as compared to the 1st generation especially the fonts of the wordings. I do not own any of the 1st generation racquets but may consider acquiring them if I get a good deal.
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    Wow ! Aramistuscany always the 1st in Singapore to get good stuff !

    I must beat him !

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Wow ! Aramistuscany always the 1st in Singapore to get good stuff !

    I must beat him !
    Please lah Mr. teoky.. always exaggerate like that . In the past, you own alot more racquets before me.. Anyway I don't want to compete with you. Will gladly let you win hehehe.

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    wah all 3 rackets strung with BG66M, killer combination....

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    wah all 3 rackets strung with BG66M, killer combination....
    No, N90 II Classic is strung with the Li-Ning provided strings in the set Li-Ning NS95. Details are in the N90 II Classic thread.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=80068&page=3
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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    Please lah Mr. teoky.. always exaggerate like that . In the past, you own alot more racquets before me.. Anyway I don't want to compete with you. Will gladly let you win hehehe.
    I got spies leh, I know how many racquets you have ! There's no way I can compete with you in quantity, my collection is just a tiny fraction of yours

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    You Are My New Hero <33333 ^^

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    Wow, those second generation rackets are very good looking. Wish I could get one/afford one haha.

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    would love to see a visual/video to see how the rackets perform

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    LN did a good job with the Woods in terms of paint job.

    the color scheme turned out to be really quite classy. it is usually quite hard to color a racket with gold and red and not make it look cheap.

    the flame however, looks cheap to me.

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    Why is the N50 Heavier than the N90 O.O, I thought N90 was suppose to be a head heavy singles racket - talking about the 2nd gen here xD o.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexsis View Post
    Why is the N50 Heavier than the N90 O.O, I thought N90 was suppose to be a head heavy singles racket - talking about the 2nd gen here xD o.o
    Overall weight of the racquets are about the same. Both the N90 II racquets are head heavier, i.e., higher balance point tipping towards the frame.

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