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Victor Racket chart - Need translation!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by KinkySmasher, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. KinkySmasher

    KinkySmasher Regular Member

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    Can someone please translate the Chinese words under the arrows please.
     
  2. Jasonvan

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    North - Attacking play style
    East - Singles play
    South - Technical play style
    West - Doubles play

    funny there's no SP22, MX80, BS 12 and SW37 on this chart....
     
  3. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    it's an old chart, that's why...
     
  4. Maklike Tier

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    You'll also find that if you got all the Victor charts up on the screen simultaneously, you'll find different 'results' for the same racket on each.
     
  5. Ferrerkiko

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    Any badminton fans here can share the latest victor racket charts ?

    Thanks
     
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    Thanks friend
     
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    The latest Victor chart from Fall/Winter Catalogue 2012



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    :D :D :D
     
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    Thanks.

    Bounce.....:rolleyes:
     
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    your welcome :D

    apparently Victor puts MX60 as the centre of all-round racket amongst its products
     
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    SW 35 worth to try as it is the head heaviest among victor racket range.
     
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    your arm is very strong... I personally dont think my muscle could tame the stiffness and the head-heavyness of SW35... :D :D :D
     
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    So according to this mx 80 is heavier than the jjs???? boyyy
     
  14. Ferrerkiko

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    Super wave 35 has won JJS and Yong dae more title than Mx 80.
     
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    Ti99 is quite stiff
     
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    Dear victor fans: which victor racket is the stiffest now ?
     
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    IMO, MX80 must be the stiffest racket out of the Victor range.
     
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    cant say for sure
     
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    dun own sw35. from manual bending test, my mx80 is stiffer than the bs10.
     

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