04-19-2011, 09:48 AM #18
Last edited by druss; 04-19-2011 at 09:52 AM.
02-04-2012, 04:17 AM #19
String tension: power V control
02-04-2012, 07:31 AM #20
Recommended String and String Tension for Li Ning Lin Dan Woods N90-2
what string and string tension would u recommend for me? i am looking for power and i want my smashes to be harder
When you are more a beginner or a intermediate, try a lower tension (10-11 kg) but the control of this string is at low tension very poor but nice power^^.
When i first changed to high tension from 11 kg to 13 kg I thought wtf where is my power.... But I did not want to cut the string so I played with it in the workouts. Fist I recognized that I have sometimes lot of power and some times no power also I hit approximately at same power and swing speed. After about 4 weeks playing I could create nearly every-time a powerful shot.
In this 4 weeks the tension dropped a little, but the main thing what changed was may timing, I was able to hit the smaller sweet spot more accurate.
In my opinion the most imported subject for generating power at high tension is being able to hit the shuttle with at the smaller sweet spot. At high tension you can do a full-court clear just with finger power, when you have the right hitting point.
May smashes are a lot more powerful at high tension(13.5 kg bg 65/ 12 kg nbg 98), than at lower tension (10-12 kg bg 65).
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08-22-2012, 06:17 AM #21
-im from M'sia. im using same racket as u. Li Ning Woods N90-2.
-use yonex bg65 string with 26lbs of tension in the 1st week i bought it.
-change to yonex nbg 98 with 28lbs of tension after that.
now have 2 of li ning woods N90-2:
-1st racket (same racket as mention above) - now using yonex nbg 98 with 30lbs string
- i use it when playing single.
-2nd racket - yonex nbg 98 with 32lbs - when playing double.
-its an attacking racket. use it if u that kind of player.
-if u using 29lbs-32lbs of tension. u MUST change the string every 3 month!
-what the best about this racket is, u will feel u didnt put enough power in ur smashes, ''i can smashes harder!'' while in the mean time the opponent already have trouble to return the smashes,
this is not a suggestion. its a review. hope it'll help. XD
08-22-2012, 06:19 AM #22
01-26-2014, 09:27 PM #23
So does anyone have an opinion on the original thread? I am also looking for advice on re-stringing my N90 II and looking for a place to start. I play regularly, usually doubles but singles sometimes as well. Used to 24 lbs, just tried AP62 string and I liked it but I think it was under-strung so didn't get a good idea. It was recommended I use a 4 knot pattern(?) on this racket too. Please don't start more dead end arguments
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