Li-Ning N9II 3U

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  1. BalajiSethuraman

    BalajiSethuraman Regular Member

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    Ok.. the club in which I play use plastic shuttle so for now I will stick to bg80power..

    Btw. Have anyone tried gosen GT5 strings?


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    You have tried and loved medium/hard feeling string (BG80P) and tried but did not like a harder feeling string (BG80) why not try a softer string like BG68ti or BG65 (not ti).
     
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    Have tried bg65 in my zforce2 @25 lbs it was good.. but some have I didn’t get the control that I used to get from bg66um. Now that I moved to n9ii from Zforce2 I am like not getting this wow feeling sound when u smash. Make no mistake shuttle travels faster..

    I am not a big fan of just sound from strings but more in the control and precision from strings with sound..


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    Give 68ti a try. It has good repulsion and supposedly a good sound but I was not that impressed by the sound. As others have said in numerous threads, it is hard to recommend strings for plastics as many subtleties are lost.

    I notice the same difference between voltric 80e and n9ii. It must be the racket construction. Yonex solid core must make the racket resonate very differently. Also, BG66um has a metalic "ting" sound compared to no1 in the voltric and it is even more obvious in the n9ii. It simply sounds different. I currently have BG66um and BG80 in my voltrics and No1 in my n9ii and n7ii. It is subjective but I think the BG80 in a voltric sounds better most of the time, just big smashes with the n9ii and n7ii with no1 can sound like gun shots. BG80 wins for control and feel though. I have never tried BG80P though.
     
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    Bg80 power is a bit more repulsive than bg80 but same character. U will not be disappointed


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    I believe 'lacks of precision' due to more flexible shaft of N9ii.
    My transition from DZS told me so, took me 1 good week to get used with the flex.

    You should try adjusting your timing and reduce your energy when hitting.

    When I first used N9ii, ALL of my net shot are at least 1 feet above the white tape. Literally headshot opportunity...
    I have been using stiff racket all the while from Ti10, NR900, vtzf, dzs so it felt very different.

    But frankly speaking, this racket is so forgiving and easy to use, and with it's aeroframe, fast too.
    Although N9ii is not a HH racket, you can feel the head weight. It caught me off guard when I was playing halfway due to the weight but boy the speed of the swing is compensating it. I was surprised.

    The only impulsive purchase that I did not regret after few weeks playing with it :p

    Can't say the same for dzs, vtzf and nr900 except for vtzf 4u :cool:
     
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