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Researching Victor BS LYD/N vs Yonex NR700RP

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by louischoy, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. louischoy

    louischoy New Member

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    ok, I tried to google around I fou d little to no comparison. between these two.
    Basically I wish if any of the forumer here have experience with both rackets to share their opinions.

    Can anyone please share the feeling of
    1) stiffness ( is BS LYD feel softer then NR700?)
    2) balance ( is the LYD very much HH the 700)
    3) speed ( is the LYD faster then 700 in swinging?)

    thanks for the help!!
     
  2. visor

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    comparing 3u to 3u, lyd will be much more head heavier than nr700rp

    dry measurements: 90.1g bp300mm vs. 88.4g bp292mm
    speed wise: most likely rp is faster because lighter swing wt, even though lyd has more aero design
     
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    louischoy New Member

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    hi! thanks for the input. how about it stiffness ? I assuming you own both of these could you please share me how your experience on playing with these ? eg. is it as forgiveful as 700rp and I am sort of finger + wrist type of player so I worried that I can't adept to LYD. I am a NR700rp owner from it release but unfortunately the stringer break my racket on recent restrung so I am looking for alternative or get back the similar racket.

    please advice ! = )
     
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    I've only tried my friend's.

    But for sure, lyd
    is a beast to handle, almost like a light 3u vztf.
     
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    ok ! noted ! den I think I'll go for a JP coded NR800 3ug4!
     

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