New Li Ning Rackets (3D Calibar, TurboCharging, Aeronaut)

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  1. decoy

    decoy Regular Member

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    It's unreleased. Aeronaut 9000 series.

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    Agreed. But as a generalisation I notice they tend to produce more aerodynamic frames in comparison. But then again LN's product series categorisation is completely different from the norm of YY and V.

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    Yeah I think on average Li Ning is more aerodynamic. But I also don't think they could reach Victor's peak. Like 5U Jetspeed10 is faster than anything Li Ning has that I've tried.

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    They've not come close to the sword frame level of speed either. But I do have to say. Their latest Thruster frames are noticeably faster than the LN box frames on the Aeronauts even with the air stream.

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    But the JetSpeeds don't even look that aerodynamic tbh ... the frame looks kinda boxy
     
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    What about Auraspeeds?
     
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    Can't fault the science. Looks unlikely but the results are otherwise.

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    Has anyone tried Calibar 600???
    Pls help to review...

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    Looks like aeronaut 9000C spec is overall same like 7000B with bp 298..so just the colour different?
     
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    we might have to test to know...tbh im quite interested in getting one...
     
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    Looks like there is TC 70C .. yes combat version ..
     
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    Yeah the green/blue one ... but what does Combat mean? Can someone explain please. I really cannot get my head around Li-Ning rackets specs.
     
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    The combat lines of each series are supposed to be the head heaviest and stiffest. Basically geared for all out attack.

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    has anyone tried aeronaut 9000 before? how will it compare to a 3U zf2?
     
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    I have a 9000C, tried it a few Times. So far im disappointed.. i was expecting a stiff and head heavy racket, like an upgraded N99. Not head heavy at all and semi flex. Not what i was expecting but it is not bad either. I need more Time with it. It is miles away from zf2!
     
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    yea linning stiffness is just a joke, at least stuff for general public, probably it is quite different for china national team players
     
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    how flexible was it? you sound like its super flexible
     
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    Which racket is Zheng Siwei using?
     
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    9000c colour wise, but spec wise really unknown
     
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    All LN racquets are medium stiff or flexible compared to yonex
     

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