Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

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  1. ramadasr

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    Not much to be honest !!


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    Read again, defense is best on bs12 and ltd, 100zz is best for me on netplay,control things that needs accuracy, and 100zz is not that hard to defense with, it is easy to swing, and the grip that is veryyy long was a big + for me :)
     
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    Ha ha .. overlooked the post . My bad . 100zz needs lot of taming .


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    I am selling 4 N90iii if you are interested. I am also located in canada
     
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    First session with 9000C, it's not a "heavy racket", not at all.

    The handle was so small, I think it a good handle.
     
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    Sounds like this may burn my wallet . Not now please says my mind !! How do you compare this with calibar 900B or TC75 in terms of head heaviness, stiffness and overall weight .

    Please also post accurate weights if you have.


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  7. Coolkas

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    My 9000C (Standard grip + AC102 Overgrip + BG80)
    Weight ard 98-99gr depends on how i grip it, sometimes i cut the grip a bit
    BP around 293-296 also depends on how i grip it
    Length 674-675
    Stiffness wise 9000C is medium, for those who love a stiff stiff racket this might not be for you, unless you are not a nitpicking person than its fine
     
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    I want medium stiffness and balance point around 294 which sounds like for me . This is tempting now .


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    Sorry, closer to arcsaber 11 in terms of head heavy ? Lining website shows as 298 so bit confused.


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    nothing to be confused.
    All brand do standard measurement for their spec. Default grip, no string. Ofcourse there is production fault tolerance which +2 or -2.

    Adding string & grip will alter those balance for sure. So depend on what thickness of string you use & under what tension plus how you grip your racker & which grip you use will change your racket characteristic, but not by much.
     
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    I can play 9000C as nanoflare 700. (the swing shots)

    My 9000C is 89 gram.

    Simply: I wish all people in the world don't use 9000C but me. ^-^ haha

    surely I will buy more 9000C racket when the price goes down in the future. racket 1.jpg
     
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    9000c being compared to nanoflare 700. Nanoflare 700 is light weight and not head heavy at all. This is surprising .


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    My nanoflare was 4u, it's light but not feathery. ^-^

    I strung my 3 rackets at the same time with Li-ning No1 at 23.5 lbs (~ 10.5 kg)

    Trust me, 9000C is not a head heavy racket.
     
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    Thanks. I am sold . Will order one !!


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    9000C is a slightly HH Balance racket, its not even close to NF700 and has a completely different feel from my experience, NF700 is definitely faster, quicker and lighter (i dont own a NF700, but ive tried it before)
    9000c is a bit more HH if you compare it to Arc 11, and it packs more power but ive got to say Arc11 is easier to maneuver
     

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    how is the durability of 5U rackets from the instinct line from li ning? I hear li ning has the most durable rackets, does that translate to 5u's as well?
     
  17. Swaraj Lakshman

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    Just thought of sharing the link for Aeronaut 9000C specs.



    Nice uploads about specs for various racquets as well.

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    Just thought of sharing the link for Aeronaut 9000C specs.



    Nice uploads about specs for various racquets as well.

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    This shows BP as 302mm .


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  20. Swaraj Lakshman

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    Yes,that surprised me as well.

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