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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by cedricjy, Nov 13, 2013.
Here is the new Thruster Series TK9000, it will be launch in China on Jan 2014.
Wow.. Looks stunning!! Same specs as the TK6000
MX80N?? head heavier but less stiff version of MX80??
Is it just me, or the TK 9000 rating is "out of this world"?
MX80N is just the new color.
here is it.
The first picture above a bit look like Arch Yonex FB...
looks like the VT-ZF Ltd...
Now that looks like what Kim Ki Jung was using at the Korea GPG
The paint is reminding me of ARCFB / Epic Arcade ..... Might save this for my birthday!
I have MX80N in my bag now but haven't the time to test it!
TK9000 is a really great looking racket - I don't understand why specs are the same as TK6000.
I'd have liked to have seen a bit more diffentiation between this and the 90, to be honest.
Confused me as well, especially when we could just get a 3U TK6000 for less money.
Maybe there's some new materials techs in the offing. Who knows.
Yes i think so too.
Wow that MX80N looks nice! Purple is a good idea.
Cant wait for a review paul!
can someone help on this chart.
JS-8 is on the soft (left) side of the chart with 4/5 stiffness and the TK-6000/9000 is on hard (right) side with 3/5 stiffness. The chart indicated to me that the JS-8 is softer to play with? Soft=less stiff, especially when the head is not that heavy on the JS-8. This goes against my understanding or am I totally misunderstood the SOFT side of the chart of being less stiff to play with. Even the MX-80 is less HARD compared to the TK-6000/9000 and from what I remember the MX-80 is super stiff.
they add nano fortify
Thruster K9000 is due in Europe around mid-end of February 2014.
I think Next will be Yonex FB Vs TK 9000..
Doesn't make sense to compare two rackets with vaguely similar paint jobs much less weight class and specs :/
They are of different spec you know