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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Yoppy, May 2, 2011.

  1. Yoppy

    Yoppy Regular Member

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    You nailed it mate...... that should clear the mind of the doubtful :) (if they have one lol)
     
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    You have just invited Troy to peak each bags on his next session
     
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    Warric right.
    You didnt come on Friday. We could have had some good games.

    Thanks Yoppy!
     
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    Hey guys .. im planning to get a victor racket .. should i get BS 10 or MX 80 ??? plz help ..
     
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    Please offer more details. What level of player are you, what is your play style, aggressive smasher, tactical, defensive, speed, doubles, singles, head heavy, head light etc etc. So many things one must consider. It's not as simple as just which is better. Different rackets suit different players :)
     
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    As quoted above ~ and i would like a racket that can handle high tension ~
     
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    Same manufacturer rackets these days pretty much handle the same tensions. Pretty sure a 3U BS10 will handle roughly the same tension as a 3U MX80, so it's a bit tricky trying to recommend a racket just off of that. Could you possibly add any further details as noted above?
     
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    .intermediate,tactical,speed,control,singles,head light,flexible shaft.
    is that enuf?
     
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    Yes it is. I recommend the BS12 for you :)

    It's an ultra fast tactical racket that is medium balanced and medium flex. It might lack a tiny bit in power compared to other more aggressive rackets, but what it lacks in power it will more than make up for in speed and agility. Because you're playing mainly singles I'd opt for a 3U version.
     
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    Are they avalabile in other colours? like RED or BLACK?
     
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    ^^
    Or if you can wait till early August, the mx70 would fit you nicely!
     
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    Really? but how much would it cost?
    :/
     
  15. Naim.F.C

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    Calvin, Google is your friend. But in the case of the last question, nothing but a Crystal Ball will tell you the answer unfortunately.
     
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    Cuz im currently using APACS ... gonna try out Victor ..Don talk to me abt YONEX as im not gonna buy any of their things .....
     
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    My MX80 has arrived! Would've preferred it if it arrived yesterday WHEN I WAS PLAYING :/

    Anyway, for the record......BP292 NET, W94g.

    Feels good. Looks AMAZING. :)
     
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    Didn't you get the memo saying "Blue is the new Red"??

    :D

    Oh, also forgot to mention I've lead-taped my BS11 out to a BP of 300mm. Curious to see what a medium stiff head-heavy yet fast Victor feels like, because they don't have any in their line-up.

    I'll call it the Bravesword 11.5 :)
     
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    maklike, can u share how u position the lead tape on BS11 (picture will be better)??am thinking to do so with my BS12.
     

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