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    well someone im buying from has a kason SP coded unit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alapongtai View Post
    well someone im buying from has a kason SP coded unit...
    Hmm...maybe i am wrong then...mind telling me how much you bought?

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    F9 is 293 blance and C7 is 298 balance
    so how come F9 is heavy head to C7 ?
    stiffness both are medium, anyone can confirm?
    both ve same frame shape...
    F9 frame is slimmer than C7, anyone can confirm?

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    F9 is even balance, mid stiffness. C7 is head heavy, mid stiffness. People generally imagine that CY would play with a headlight or even balanced racket, but he doesn't, which is why I think there is the confusion. My C7 has a BP of 304.

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    IIRC, C7 is stiff/extra stiff...

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    Err........well, it's stiffer than the F9, but by global standards it's not 'stiff'. Probably similar to say a Bravesword 10 maybe? But not perhaps as much as say a Forza T1550 S or MX80.

    Okay so maybe it is a little bit stiff haha!

    Still, it's a very 'playable' stiffness.

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    So. Let me get this right. The F9 and C7 a basically copies of Li ning n50 and n70. Having looked through the internet there is no real difference in price for any of them.

    So whats the point of getting one of these if they are essentially the same as Li ning? It just confuses me more into what racket to buy. Im stuck on either the n50ii, F9 or Arc 8DX. If only I was rich!!

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    sources?

    I thought CY was playing N30 and not N70. N70 -> Bao Chunlai

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    interesting. since I can get the kason for cheaper than the li ning..... maybe I will give the F9 a try one of these days.

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    THEY ARE NOT COPIES. They may have similar specs to reflect the preferences of CY/FHF, but they're not Li-Ning rackets. In the slightest.

    You guys seem to forget that Kason was around BEFORE Li-Ning decided to co-opt into Badminton. Li-Ning BOUGHT Kason.

    I really like my C7. Great balance of speed and power, really nice tactility, and super high quality. Only issue is that people expect it to be head-light and its not - obvious head-heaviness at round 305BP.

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    maklike,

    did you ever tried a few swing of the f9?

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    They were sold out in the shop I bought my C7 from. Clearly more people fancy themselves as FHF than CY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    sources?

    I thought CY was playing N30 and not N70. N70 -> Bao Chunlai
    CY always played with the N70 when they're sponsored by LN, yes the N30 was marketed as his racket but he didn't use it... As to the person saying the Kason's are just copies of the LN rackets it actually is not, I own both the C7 and N70 and they're not copies of each other, the C7 is actually faster than the N70 but N70 out powers the C7....

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    have you guys the kason shoes? how was it compare with yonex, victor and lining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    They were sold out in the shop I bought my C7 from. Clearly more people fancy themselves as FHF than CY.
    What can we say? Smashers are, as they always have been, the crowd pleaser. Poor net players are
    always overlooked.

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    I must say, I'm having a great time with the C7 at the moment. It's surprising how playable a racket like this is with a 304 balance point. Took a while to get used to it, but now that I am, I'm struggling to play with other rackets. I seem to constantly find myself reaching for it the VS 850 it was originally strung with has pretty much died, so I'm going to restring with ZM67 red and see how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I must say, I'm having a great time with the C7 at the moment. It's surprising how playable a racket like this is with a 304 balance point. Took a while to get used to it, but now that I am, I'm struggling to play with other rackets. I seem to constantly find myself reaching for it the VS 850 it was originally strung with has pretty much died, so I'm going to restring with ZM67 red and see how it goes.
    lol...? i thought u were selling your c7. change of heart?

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