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Victor Meteor X90 ( MX90 )

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kwun, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    It is not really a big secret anymore.

    i found this pic on another forum. so i thought i will repost it to jumpstart this thread... ;)
     
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    kwun Administrator

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    here is the image.
    MX-3.jpg
     
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    Wonder what the specs will be like
     
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    New Victor MX90

    Already out of stock here. waiting for a new stock.
     
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    Where are the pictures and specs? :p
    Make a good topic start, if you are opening a new thread ;) [​IMG] (put up some pics of your TK6000 in the other thread, since you already own it hehe ... shoot in good light, by the window or outside)
     
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    I didn't get a chance to get the MX90, only the K6000. The shop only have 12 rackets. selling like hot cakes
     
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    wasn't MXJJS initially a MX90 but they painted it differently to make a JJS signature racquet?
     
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    Im sure other must have try this racket. The spec that I saw is the same as the JJS but never had the chance to try it.
     
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    What's the point in opening a new thread to spread false rumors? There's no MX90 announced anywhere let alone available to sell.
     
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    IMG_20130527_143351.jpg before it sell out
     
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    It is true. I have already seen the pictures and spec from Victor. So it is not false rumour at all.

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk
     
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    they just named it differently. the graphics was exactly the same.

    but this new MX90 is a completely different beast than the original MX90.
     
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    Everyone is dying to know what the specs are (including me) :D
     
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    He already mentioned it in word and I'll interpret them as 5 dots headheavy and 3 dots flex :D.

    Remembered incorrectly (that was for TK6000): 4 dots headheavy perhaps and 4 dots stiffness for the MX90?

    Here is the post:
    Now that all sounds the same to me :D: "medium shaft", "medium flex" and "medium stiff" but seeing as it was specifically mentioned as such and TK6000 is 3 dots then MX90 is probably 4 ...
     
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    Same as the jjs specs so ya 4/4
     
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    That sounds about right then. Interesting that kwun said the new MX90 is a totally different beast though.
     
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    It's real, held one in my hands a couple months ago. Felt nice to swing around, but couldn't try it :(

    It has the same specs as the MX70/JJS/BSLYD. Doesn't mean it'll feel the same though.
     
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    Hmmm... at first glance, it doesn't make sense to have the same specs as a MX70/JJS. Maybe the material composition is different?
     
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    The specs are pretty vague. Even on the same dots the stiffness and head weight can be different.
     

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