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From BS11 to SW37

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by kvn4000, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. kvn4000

    kvn4000 Regular Member

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    Hello guys, I would Appreciate if any1 knows and felt b4 the real difference between bs11 and sw37. I was happy with current bs11 but curious getting more power which on sw37 , sold off arc10 yonex recently because couldn't handle it which causes muscle pain very regularly. Felt bs11 weight just nice and afraid that sw37 are heavy like arc10. Any premium advices for me? Thank you
     
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    sw37 is much stiffer and feels heavier than bs11. but then at the same time, more powerful if you have enough power in you.
     
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    I see kwun, bs11 are stiff and sw37 medium stiff should be alright then :) if less heavier it's a must buy for me!!! Thanks mate
     
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    Sorry, misread that you said sw37 feel heavier. Sw37 is a medium stiff according to book, about weight is sw37 really much heavier compare to bs11, or very slight different weight sensation when playing? Just afraid the sw37 feel like arc10 . Thanks
     

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