Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

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

  1. Michaelgtj

    Michaelgtj Regular Member

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    With string bg80P
     
  2. smashinator99

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    Wow this sounds interesting, is the 9000D comparable to 4U ZFII?
     
  3. Michaelgtj

    Michaelgtj Regular Member

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    For me zf2 stiffer.
    For powerfull smash you can't go wrong with 9000D.
     
  4. Budi

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    for others read "for me".
    Good to know 9000D works for him best, but wont be always work best for others.
    Our physical build might not the same with him, our swing might also different, & our feeling is not like him.

    But nothing wrong if you want to try it, but ofcourse having a test before buying is better than sorry later on. But if you dont have the previlege tp test one, well... You make the call to buy or not:D
     
  5. Edison1234T

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    Anybody have aeronaut 9000 and auraspeed90k can compare this two rackets
     
  6. Michaelgtj

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    9000 flexible and soft racket.
    90k stiffer shaft
     
  7. Dave1011

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    How do the TC 01D, TC 10D, TC20D etc compare to N7II and N9II in terms of quality and feel? I've used the N7II and N9II a little in the past.
     
  8. Swaraj Lakshman

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    Li ning 9000 series(9000,9000C and 9000D) comparision



    Hope its of some help.

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  9. lukalakulu

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    New member here.
    Need recomendation for upgrade from my current lining ss88 racket
    Thanks in advance
     
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  10. s_mair

    s_mair Regular Member

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    What type of racket is that (balance, stiffness) and what exactly is it that you want to upgrade? No chance to make any useful suggestions based on this post alone.
     
  11. deepinthemusic

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    Super series 88, mid flex even balance 4u 72 holes racket, cheap lining entry level racket.. I got one, nice racket..

    If by upgrade you mean price wise, then everything is more expensive compared to lining super series.. IMO you can go for 4u even balance but stiffer if you feel like you need more control
     
  12. Budi

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    Even if a racket is the lowest end or the cheapest but if it fit our play, then its good & better than high end or the most expensive but didnt fit you at all.

    Better start maybe is to tell us what you feel lack from your current racket. Feel to heavy? Feel less powerfull? Feel sluggish on fast play? Feel bad control?

    Unless you just want a new racket & bored with the old one. If so, any racket would be an upgrade i guest:p
     
  13. random123xxxx

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    tectonic 7c coming out[​IMG]

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  14. random123xxxx

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    tectonic 7i as well[​IMG]

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  15. Swat

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    And TC80... wonder what that might be
     
  16. bongdari

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    PLEASE someone help if they can tell me- I am looking for a very very similar (Or even same but different new name, I am new to the caliber, turbo charging , aeronaut) for the n80 racquet??
     
  17. decoy

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    The Calibar 800 is the same as N80ii. But I never tried the first N80 so not sure how similar they are, or if it's just the similar name.

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    I own a N80, & I just purchased Calibar 500. With similar BP but slightly stiffer shaft, I found the 500 to be faster thus can generate power easier, plus better acuracy.

    Why look for similar racket when can find better one. N80 has a 3-4year old technology.

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