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

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  1. Junye

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    get a N9 version1 ?

     
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    That's even more flexible than the II

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    Does anyone ever try aeronaut 9000d li junhui? I still confuse to buy 9000d or calibar 900 ..
     
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    Is 9000d such a fast swing? Does it make you tired easily?
     
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    Hi! So ive recently have been looking for a new racket and ive finally decided on getting the auraspeed 90k but unfortunatally i wasnt able to find someone that sold it in my area so Im looking for a lining alternative within the aeronaut or 3d calibar series. thxx
     
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    Closest would be turbocharging 70...
     
  7. Winston A

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    Thx but im looking for one within the 3d calibar and aeronaut range
    (An all rounder racket)
     
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    900B maybe

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    Answer no one wants to hear. From my experience there is nothing in the LN range that is anything like the ARS90K. Maybe in either head balance or in stiffness(doubtful) you may find a racket that is similar but otherwise combined together there isn't a racket that fits. Your closest in reality would be a TC70 but that's still easily more flexible.

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  10. Winston A

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    Ill take it into consideration
    Exactly, i feel that its too flexible because i need control for singles. I play both singles and doubles (front court). I need a good amount of power for clears but also a little bit of extra speed for my defense
     
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    Sweet how anybody things that control is something you only achieve with a steel shaft. If a racket is flexible string it at 36lbs for """""control""""". It's a racket problem and has nothing to do the player. Since I play NF800 with BG80 at 40lbs I never hit out.
     
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    Well,mostly people prefer stiff shaft is because of their own ego tho,like following the pros or else
    Also for me personally,as long as i like the colour i think im okay with it :D
     
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    Who said tc70 is not an all rounder? Tc70 aka n7ii is one of best and finest rackets ever produced by lining.. Sindhu used it to win the title, hendr setiwan used it, liliyana natsir used it.. etc.


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    A great racket for many, I think. It’s what I settled for in both singles and doubles after trying out lots of rackets the past year and a half. Good weight distribution and for me it’s both fast, manouverable and powerful enough and not ever feeling sluggish.
    I can understand people who are used to stiffer rackets wanting a stiffer racket, obviously :) it’s all so personal.
     
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    Honestly I don’t understand stiffer racket and flex ones.. I never go with paper spec.. will do a general dry swing in a big space to see if that racket suits me then will do a quick check in BC about that racket and then finally buy it. Infact lining is the most perfect brand in QC department I.e the paper spec and racket will match. This is not same for other brands like yonex mizuno victor etc.

    In BC I have read many people who blindly buy rackets based on feedback’s and later repented saying this dosent suit them.


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    Eh? When did Sindhu ever use the TC70??

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    Some people are used to do 100kg bench press, because the are used to it and able to do it in their head. If they had started to do it properly, they never reached 100kg.

    I really doubt that here on BC are 80% of people who are capable to use a really really stiff racket to full potential.

    On the contrary how often do people whine here about too heavy and slow rackets and bad defence? That pretty stiff just work well together with some headweight to built a round package is logical consequence.

    I also don't see here that we have here 80% of players who overflex a huge percentage of rackets or got hold back by a too forgiving racket. A quick look in the technique and training sections tells me something different.

    It would be useful when flexible not always got mentioned in a negative context. It can work pretty well as long as the head weight don't go up.
     
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    My bad Sindhu used 75 not 70


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    75C not 75 :)
     
  20. Winston A

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    Does anyone know the aeronaut 9000c head weight?
     

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