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Victor New Thruster... TK9000

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by cedricjy, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. cedricjy

    cedricjy Regular Member

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    Here is the new Thruster Series TK9000, it will be launch in China on Jan 2014. QQ图片20131011142641.jpg QQ图片20131011142650.jpg QQ图片20131011142653.jpg QQ图片20131011142707.jpg QQ图片20131011142725.jpg QQ图片20131011142815.jpg
     
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    Wow.. Looks stunning!! Same specs as the TK6000
     
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    MX80N?? head heavier but less stiff version of MX80??
     
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    Is it just me, or the TK 9000 rating is "out of this world"?
     
  5. cedricjy

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    MX80N is just the new color.
    here is it. QQ图片20131011142819.jpg
     
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    The first picture above a bit look like Arch Yonex FB...:D
     
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    looks like the VT-ZF Ltd...
     
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    Now that looks like what Kim Ki Jung was using at the Korea GPG
     
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    The paint is reminding me of ARCFB / Epic Arcade ..... Might save this for my birthday!
     
  10. paulstewart64

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    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.

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk
     
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    Pure coincidence:).

    I'd have liked to have seen a bit more diffentiation between this and the 90, to be honest.
     
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    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.
     
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    Yes i think so too.
     
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    Wow that MX80N looks nice! Purple is a good idea.

    Cant wait for a review paul!
     
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    [​IMG]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. :confused:
     
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    they add nano fortify
     
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    I think Next will be Yonex FB Vs TK 9000..
     
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    Doesn't make sense to compare two rackets with vaguely similar paint jobs much less weight class and specs :/
     
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    They are of different spec you know
     

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