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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Yoppy, May 2, 2011.
nice...i wish i can have that too:crying:
Im too, changing from yonex into victor
before i owned Zforce, armotec 900P, arc saber 9, Z slash, arc saber 10 but i sold all of my yonex then changing into arc tec 99 classic , BS LYD, MX 80 hope to get MX JJS soon
Wow, did you steal his bag from the locker room? lol
I am going the other way round. I owned SW35, MX80, MX70, SW37 and BS12 before. Just like your case, I sold them off. Now, thinking which Yonex rackets to try.
Dang! You guys should just meet somewhere in the middle like Johore Bahru and do some rackets exchange!
Hahaha. That's only if i know that earlier!
i saw some victor racket with MY CNA XXXXXXX code today. is this something new or what?
Where do you buy that shirt?
Does anyone know if there's a difference in SPECS of victor superwaves 37N ( the new color ) and the regular SW37 ( blue/red color )?
go to www.victorracquets.com and contact them. They will have the latest info.
Should be the same spec
They are the same spec. http://www.victorracquets.com/Portals/0/2012%20Victor%20International%20Catalogue.pdf
only the colour being change
okay thanks !
hey fellow victor fans!
i'm a doubles player who owns both the BS 12 and MX 60. was wondering about getting the BS LYD. would it be of any additional benefit? considering the 2 racquets which i already owned? if so, 3U or 4U?
(not sure if this is the right post to place in =X new here!)
thanks in advance!
If you refer to the Victor racket chart, you can see BS LYD will be in between of BS12 and MX60.
And it is more to MX60.
You can have a look at page 4 here: http://www.victorracquets.com/Portals/0/2012%20Victor%20International%20Catalogue.pdf
thanks! great info!
still stuck in a dilemma whether i should splash the $$$ on the BS LYD though):
I have the MX60 as my main racquet and has the LYD in 3U (as are all my racquets). If I'm feeling good in a session I will switch to the LYD to exploit its better attacking abilities... if not, I might struggle to hit its sweet spot every time.
It's interesting to have a few regular racquets so you can switch whenever you feel like it, to enjoy their different characteristics.*
ADD: * for recreational players like us, that is. Of cos you don't see pros switching every other match...
victor badminton coded
Hey bro..at first i had this problem also, but what i found out is that, currently all new victor rackets will come with these type of code, the SG CN something, for i call it as two code, but the one which see the code is the front one from the following country, Thus ur racket SG code, the code behind is mean by made from China. therefore this racket is legitimate one! no worries! enjoy with ur racket!
Yup, nothing to worry.
But Victor with TW coded is a better quality control rackets.
Victor is Taiwan brand.