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Bs11/mx80

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by holytoa, Oct 11, 2012.

  1. holytoa

    holytoa Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    I have tried victor BS11...i find it overall a heavy and stiff racquet...but i only played one sesh with it...but someone offered to trade his MX80 for my BS11

    just looking for ppl that have used MX80 for advice on MX80 compared to BS11

    thanks in advance
     
  2. niemrieng

    niemrieng Regular Member

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    Hi there,

    If you find BS11 is too heavy and stiff for you, then don't ever dare to try MX80... since it's much much stiffer and harder for you to generate power.

    I've used BS11 for 2 years and MX60 for 1 year. If you wanna try the MX series, MX60 may be your way to go.

    juz 2 cents.

    NR
     
  3. BlueTornado

    BlueTornado Regular Member

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    I agree with niemrieng, MX80 is much stiffer than BS11 so if that's already too much then definitely don't try to go for the MX80. I also think that the MX60 is about as stiff as the BS11, so that might not be good for you either.

    If you want an easier to use Bravesword, then try BS12; for a Meteor, try the MX30L.
     
  4. holytoa

    holytoa Regular Member

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    wat abt BS LYD??
     
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    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    If BS11 is too stiff for you than BS LYD is not a racket for you. Please try to use google for specs. If you are too lazy for search it's your problem. I can't understand threads about specs.
     
  6. holytoa

    holytoa Regular Member

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    not that i'm lazy =.=
    would be better to trust ppl that have used it rather than comparing specs
     
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    Have not used BS11. But used MX80, NS9000K, BS LYD and BS-10.

    MX-80 is easily one of the stiffest racquets I ever used, even stiffer than NS9Kx. IMO the only racquet that has comparable stiffness is VTZF. BS LYD and BS10 are more flexible, and I doubt BS11 will be anything stiffer than LYD, really.

    MX80 is an awesome racquet but if you are finding BS11 heavy and stiff, you will probably not enjoy MX80. Just my two cents. If you prefer the "Octablade" frame and 80 hole pattern of the Meteor series, then MX30L is perhaps a good choice.
     
  8. holytoa

    holytoa Regular Member

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    i have tried the mx80 today. it is not as stiff as bs11 and not head heavy at all from what i have feel today.
    so decided to trade off my bs11.

    thanks all
     
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    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    Then you had tried a fake or you are a liar.:mad: The MX80 is way stiffer than BS11:mad:.
     
  10. holytoa

    holytoa Regular Member

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    Lol...watever... I'm had hands on experience =.=
     
  11. Maklike Tier

    Maklike Tier Regular Member

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    Your hands on experience......that is wrong.

    :D
     
  12. zombie0517

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    just to second that: that is wrong.:D
     

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