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Arc FB vs Bs 12

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by NeverWalkAlone, Mar 17, 2014.

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  1. NeverWalkAlone

    NeverWalkAlone Regular Member

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    Has anyone used both rackets? I own a bs 12. I want to know whether it'll affect my gameplay switching between the two rackets.
     
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    I have a 12L. They feel very different. The BS is not as stiff and the head is heavier. Swing speed feels about the same, maybe the BS is a slight bit faster, but maneuverability wise, the FB is much better. Your timing might be off if you switch between the 2 often.
     
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    I was worried about arc FB stiffness. I had preferred medium stiff for doubles since it is easier to produce power.
     
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    I had preferred medium stiff for doubles since it is easier to produce power.[​IMG]
     
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    I used to hv both... But i let go my fb n stick with bs12 blue... I guess bs12 is better for me
     

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