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Victor (Asia)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Ferrerkiko, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. LD rules!

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    the way I would describe it, is that it has a had heavyness similar to, AT900t/p and a similar stiffness to Ns9900, which = an excellent powerful head heavy racket, with the ability to defend well.
     
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    Has spira 21 reached singapore ground? Anyone can provide any insight to the stiffness and the bp?
     
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    Congratualtions on your purchase, did you buy 3u or 4u, 3u feels quite light, but it packs a real punch, more user freindly than the Z as well[/quote]

    I got the 4U as they did not have the 3U, I hope 4u still can generate the same power as the 3 U

    finger's crossed
     
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    Chris told me last month that it should be available this month.

    From Victor's chart, it is supposed to be very stiff and also head heavy even more than SW35 !
     
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    This spiral racket will be good for jung & Yong dae to use !
     
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    Ok, then i am not getting it. For the sake of my arm. LOL
     
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    Do you guys think there is a large pool of Victor supportors in S'pore? hmmm....
     
  9. Ferrerkiko

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    I am one of the fans here, as Victor racket can string above 26 tension, better than Yonex and also price cheaper than Li Ning !
     
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    Any good quality racket can go above 26lbs, it's just yonex don't warrant it past 24lbs (usually). Most good quality rackets can accept tensions of >30lbs
    What happened to your run with the N90 Ferrerkiko?
     
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    there are many victor supporters, just not very vocal in this forum :D
     
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    I got my SW36 couple weeks ago and already got used to the racket within an hour. Very user friendly.

    lets just say that I have ditched my AT700 (1st Gen) for now. :D
     
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    welcome to the club bro :D
     
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    My N90 , i still used , i most of the time used it for training as it is heavy , when come to games , i switch to my Victor B.S 9 , with a tension of 28..
     
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    I've got a question and not sure whether anyone has asked it before. Is there any Victor racket similar to the "feel" as N90?
     
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    Can anyone tell me how see if is a real or a fake victor racquet by reading the number on the shaft?? Like the way Yonex code their racquest??

    Yonex website shows you how to determine fake from real... just wanted to know...

    THanks
     
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