Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. ramadasr

    ramadasr Regular Member

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    Better i continue with calibar 900b for now and arcsaber 11 . Will wait until someone gets this racket to test and then decide :)


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    Lol what do i tell you, its not as headlight as NF700 :D
    Mine is 293-296 with string + grip + overgrip
    So when you hope its light and easy to maneuver its a miss
    Youve got an arcsaber 11, if you want lighter and fast racket,then 9000C is not for you
    Also if you're searching for who have own it and test + review it other than me, theres a lotttt of 9000C review on the previous page :)
     
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    Its always better to try it yourself, unfortunetly not all have the luxury to have a test.
    If you look for other review, there is no compelete information on it. Some with more muscle power will say its light for them, yet some others that is less muscle but quite agile might say its heavy.
     
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    Of course, it's not a head-light racket like Nanoflare 700. I said: I can swing it like Nanoflare 700 (maybe because I've played Nanoray Z speed for long time).

    Words mean nothing, you should try if you can because there is no "a perfect racket", it depends on your arm/your body as well.

    To me, 9000C can make me turn to "A Queen In Chess".
     
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  5. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Yep just try diving in a bit people.

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    can someone compare the power and speed between the 88s and the TC 70
     
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    Original grip is replaced in their measures, so that could make a difference.
    Also, I think it's surprising results. For example, Astrox 77 shows as stiffer that 88D...
     
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    TC70 has a faster frame.
    88s is stiffer (I think)
    If you compare swing weight (from racquetforce) TC70 (87) sits right in the middle between 4U 88s (85) and 3U 88s (89).
     
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    How about the DZS compared to the TC 70
     
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    True.. gonna wait until i try .


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    Certainly not looking for light racket, need little more power but not a BP of 300.


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    Well sorry for misinterpretation then
    If you go to racquet force instagram
    Arc 11 BP sits at 295mm, swing weight 88.5kg
    A9000C BP is 298mm, swing weight also 88.5kg
    Arc 11 91.2gr weight , A9000C 90.9gr weight
    So you should find a racket that sits between Arc11 and A9000C i think
     
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    The problem with reading weight comparisons about 9000C is not consistent across sellers . If 9000C is at 90.9 or 91gr , i should be good . But there are others who BP as 302mm which makes it confusing .


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    can anyone compare the aeronaut 9000c and 9000
     
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    Just simple answer, 9000 if you like more head heavy with medium shaft,
    9000C is medium stiff and better for fast double player.
     
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    Any comparison between 9000C and 7000B?
     
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    7000B better swing speed and easy to use. Feel a bit lighter an softer shaft Good for front player
    9000C better control and better power for allrounder
    But if you pure attacking player go to 9000D for me this is superb attacking racket better than ax99, 88D, fortius 10P, n9ii in my opini.
     
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    Even better than the 88D and N9II. Have you measured the headweight of the 9000D

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    Headweight 43 gram
    Bp 305 with string, original grip+ over grip
     
  20. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Is the headweight with or without string?

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