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

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  1. ice man

    ice man Regular Member

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    No, stiffness seems quite similar... more head weight on the aeronaut 7000 so in the end not much difference
     
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    Coming from n7ii I am now looking to get a new weapon. I am looking either the 88 family (3U 88s or 4U 88d) or 7000B ..

    Any further review on 7000B ? also comparison with the 88 Family please.

    I wonder if 7000B or 88s would give more smash power?
     
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    Anybody tried turbocharging 75ex? Appreciate if there is a review on it :)
     
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    It is upgrade from N9II, feel more head heavy and stiff.
    it is need more stamina for use it but the smash it's really good, IMHO better than N9II.
     
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    Thanks for your input :)
     
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    The normal TC75 and the TC75EX share the exact same specs (weight, stiffness and balance). The only difference is that the EX is warrantied to tensions up to 35 lbs. whereas the normal 75 is 32 lbs. So it's kind of Li-Nings version of the DG rackets from Yonex. I never understood what's the reason to exist for the EX tbh.
     
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    seems like there isnt much love for the aeronaut 8000 series, only the 7000 or 9000..wondering why that is?
     
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    Due to N99 may be

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  9. Ch1k0

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    I don't know about others but I'm quite happy with my 9000C. Ownership is still in early stages of infancy so I'm not getting everything out of it yet but suffice to say it is an excellent racket. Would be nice if they made it a gram lighter on average though.

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    i am enjoying the 9000D though, funniest thing is i find that 9000 is the stiffest of them all o_O so diff from chart data LOL
     
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    Please compare it with 7000, N80 II(if you used it). Did you find some difference due to nano alloy.
    Thanks
     
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    How it the stiffness of the 9000d ?
     
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    comparing it to 9000 and 9000C, 9000D will be the flexible 1 of them all
     
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    Michel Aupin Regular Member

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    what!? o_O
    I'm confused... Lining announce the naming as
    D=drive - stiff racket
    B-boost - moderate version
    C=combat - head heavy
    I = Instinct - light weight
    I did not find the 9000C head heavy at all. And now you said that 9000D is more flexible than 9000B ?! Is it just me or the naming is not consistent at all?
     
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    If you look at the LN matrix, you'll notice that there are so many racquets now from each series that every little area is filled. It does sort of make the whole B, C, D lettering quite useless. Better to test their racquets where possible before buying.
     
  16. Ch1k0

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    Be me. I bought the 9000C simply because I liked the colour.

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    It's true that the Lining rackets have a better look and finish than Yonex. Personnal taste.
     
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  18. kyruszai

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    yeah 9000C is the nicest of the 3 but too bad i cant handle this heavy beast :(
     
  19. Ch1k0

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    Really? It's quite even balanced. I can't get full power out of it yet but I never found it unwieldy

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    yeah dun get fool by the paper matrix which is nt true.. best is to try out first.. i was also surprised that the 9000 is stiffer than 9000C which suppose to be the most flexible of the 3 o_O
     

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