Lining Aeronaut 9000C vs Turbocharging 75ex

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  1. reyes123lee

    reyes123lee Regular Member

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    anyone owns either of these rackets? what's the difference between both rackets? im looking to buy one for back court doubles. I alr owned an astrox 88d(3u), duora z strike(3u) and astrox 99(4u). I saw Praveen Jordan using the turbocharging 75ex and zhengsiwei using the Aeronaut 9000c and both of them are mixed doubles back court players, so these rackets must be good. so which one do you suggest that has more power and at the same time does not neglect the speed ? your opinion and suggestion is appreciated..

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    So does 88D by Gideon or 88S by Kevin or 100ZZ by VA or TKFC by TTY or ......(name all pro player & racket they use)
    or ZF is legendary racket used by legendary player named LCW or LD. So its must be a very good racket. Know that ZF is very head heavy, very heavy, & very stiff. Yes its very powerful & very controlable, a true legend class racket. But when a beginner use it, they will end up injury themself instead. They didnt meet the requirement to use the racket.

    just coz you like Praven & Zangsiwei, doesnt mean their racket work like a charm for you.

    Instead, tell us what you like from all racket you own & what you hate from it. Its better approach to get best fit for your liking. Unless ofcourse you just want to buy it for collection as it used by your favourite player.

    I like Kevin but not play like him. Im back court player but im not playing like Gideon or others. Im me, my style, my strategy. I learn from them but i create my own unique style.
     
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    I get what you mean but I wanna try one of these rackets. but I don't want my money to go down the drain, so i just wanna know which of these two rackets is better? in terms of power and speed.. just to let you know, im using those three rackets listed above.. you guys probably know what kind of rackets I use..

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    Maybe keep playing with those rackets? :rolleyes: Why do you want to change racket rather than save your money since you mentioned it
     
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    I wanted to try a new racket and these two caught my eye

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    N9ii has slightly more power, but 9000c is slightly stiffer, hence control is better on the 9000C

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    I'm talking about turbocharging 75ex and aeronaut 9000c though

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    75ex and n9ii are one and the same, I know because I have both.

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    so you're saying turbocharging 75,75c,75d,75ex are all the same? 75ex can hold up to 35lbs though, as compared to the others

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    spec wise,

    Frame all is the same.
    75 = N9ii
    75C = head heavier N9ii/75
    75EX = stronger frame N9ii. Kinda like DG version on Yonex Voltric. Maybe different feel due to different stronger frame material but might be just a minor.
     
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    so the balance point and the stiffness of shaft is the same for both the n9ii(purple/black) and turbocharging 75ex?

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    Yep

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    okay , thanks alot

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    How is Turbocharging 75c/ex for doubles ? Currently using Voltric LDF(4U)/Arcsaber 11(3U) for doubles.
     
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    Bro you sure? From what i heard 75ex stiffer and head heavier
     
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    Kindly please tell me the difference between 75, 75ex and 75c !!!!
    Please
     
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    75 = N9ii
    75C = head heavier N9ii/75
    75EX = stronger frame N9ii. Kinda like Yonex DG series.
     
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    Which one would be perfect for back court doubles player ?
    Can you please specify the stiffness Budi ?
     
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    dont have any of it, just paper spec.
    If it were me, probably i will get 75C as its has the heaviest, the most head heavyness, & the highest swing weight.
    But again, it was me, my feel, my preference, & my physical form.
    Other might think different for sure & what fit me wont always fit the others. Afterall some people i read say 75C are to much tiring for them & 75 also not bad for back court.
     
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    Unless one of your pals got the racket you wanna test, it is unlikely that we can help you pick one without wasting your money.
    My bigger concern would be the difference in feeling between Yonex and Li-Ning. Most players I know have difficulty switching brands because they're used to the feeling from one brand, a different feeling would irk them enough to give up switch brands.
    Another concern would be from your racket list, you're accustomed to stiff or extra stiff rackets, you should know that Yonex stiffness rating is relatively stiffer than Li-Ning's. 9000c is not rated stiff, 75ex is not rated stiff as well. You might have problem adjusting to right timing if you decide to switch to Li-Ning rackets. But if you invest enough time to adjust, Li-Ning rackets will serve you very well because they're historically more durable than Yonex's.
    If second hand market in Singapore is very active you could just buy a new 9000c to test and sell it while it's still popular. 75ex on the other hand would be less popular because anyone who held it in their hand would know that it is too hefty for amateurs to master. Praveen Jordan is incredibly strong. If you haven't tested a Turbocharging frame before, I would strongly recommend you to test it before you buy one, it is not everyone's cup of tea. I for one simply could not jive with any Turbocharging frame and I love Aeronaut frame.
     
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