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

  1. CanucksDynasty

    CanucksDynasty Regular Member

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    USD266???

    That's crazy money. Have you checked online? Forum members buy it from a guy named Eric (Squash_Eric) for about US$150. Check it out and get the latest Victor racket.
     
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    in johor bahru u can get the racket around rm 520 with no string
     
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    i think you fill find sw36 to soft for you if you are good with that lethal 60/70.. but everyone have their own preference.. try play with it first if you can before buying it..and you can get more than 20% for x80 if you search around...
     
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    Is the BS12 the most flexi of all Victor Rackets?



     
  5. Maklike Tier

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    I don't think so. The BS11 plays softer than the 12, and apparently the 2011 BS11 is even less stiff again.
     
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    Lethal 60/70 medium stiff? I have a Lethal 60. :D
     
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    Lethal 60/70 medium stiff? I have a Lethal 60. :D
     
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    IMO, I found the Lethal 60 is stiffness racket, not sure if compared to Victor measurement. No doubt Lethal 60 can generate great smash, but it does not really response quickly when come in defense.

    Seems no one is having both rackets to compared about the stiffness, or I maybe the one...:D

    I am now choosing either SW35 or 36... Anyone can comment these 2 rackets, I am offensive player and strung at 26lbs normally. :p
     
  9. crazy sky

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    Too soft :eek:...

    Actually I am looking at a racket which is little bit less stiff than Lethal 60 to improve my defense.... So chance I go to SW35 is higher coz it is stiffness than SW36...

    I found that SW35 is the racket used by most Korean National Player... Hopefully it is the right racket for me:p
     
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    I just bought the SW35
     
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    Congatulations !:) it will be only 7 days now, ubtil you decide to buy another :p
     
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    in that case .. go for 36 :D...
     
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    LD what's the string u used for ur 35. and what the best string you ever put into ur 35... i'd strung mines with VS850 24X26.. and the feel.. i love this racket and its broke about 2 month of use.. and i restrung with zymax 67 with the same setting and stringer.. sadly i lost the feeling i had once with vs850.. will string it back with vs850 once its broke.... or any string you can recommend?...
     
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    So in the end still dun wanna go for MX80? Actually last week i've restringed my MX80 after the strings broke again....if u were there last Sunday, u could have tried again....the feeling is very much different :p
     
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    Yes I too had another short session with MX80 lastnite. It's so awesome even with my injured tennis elbow, the precision and stability and to some degree power are second to none. I
    So eager to try 30lbs once my elbow is 100% fixed. In fact I'm racing to do so as I got small tournament in the next two weeks, and still don't know if I will use BS10 or MX80 or even something else, you guys have any tips on how to cure tennis elbow quickly?? I went to Chiro (which doing good but slow process) and some Chinese massage which I think made it a bit worse, in fact she made my hand a bit swollen (surely I'm not going back there again)
     
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    "cure tennis elbow quickly??"

    take anti inflammatories like naproxen or ibuprofen
    or steroid injection (if it's truly tennis elbow ie. lateral epicondylitis)
     
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    Thanks Visor. That's what the doc recommend (injection) but is it save?? I'm just worry it will damage the soft tissue?? I had also the inflammatory pills it works like wonder but only last as far as I take them and the pain came back when I stop the medicine. Perhaps a should ask for more of them just before the tourney
     
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    if pills work well for now, then keep taking them 1-2 hrs before games, with some food

    in the longer term though, you may want to consider injection, which is very safe... no damage or anything
     
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    I see, thanks again for your advice visor
     
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    Hi :)

    Well i would recommend VS850 as well, maybe strung a pound or two tighter than usual, to allow for tension drop. BG80 also goes very nicely with SW35. But VS850 goes great with SW35, try and get it in blue and black as these colours seem to perform better than white.
     

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