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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    The C7 is just too unstable for me now. There was a period when it was awesome, but after you come off something like the Meteors, you realise how flexy it is, and it just doesnt have the stable and sharp handling I wish it had.

    It's definitely a nice racket - the feel and damping is awesome - but the way it flexes and then unloads has become a bit annoying. Good power as a result when everything somes together, but it's not really suiting my game at the moment.
    It is definitely what i feel when using my friend's MX80 for a game, on which i use Arc 7 on the previous game.. Arc 7 feel really flexible

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    I have ordered another mx60 from chris.. And sold off my bs11 that's it!! Mx60 would be my replacement bs11 for long term...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvn4000 View Post
    I have ordered another mx60 from chris.. And sold off my bs11 that's it!! Mx60 would be my replacement bs11 for long term...
    Hi, what string and tension u use for your existing MX60 and the new MX60?

    When u feel like switching to another racket as a spare or backup, do u use other racket as a companion for MX60?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan View Post
    Hi, what string and tension u use for your existing MX60 and the new MX60? When u feel like switching to another racket as a spare or backup, do u use other racket as a companion for MX60?
    Hi bro, I uses vs850(white all the time) Tension at 25lbs if digital and 26lbs if manual stringing Using 2 mx60 now, so no other backup model.. Probably in future yes

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    The only back up racquet you need for a MX60 is another MX60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    The only back up racquet you need for a MX60 is another MX60.Paulwww.badminton-coach.co.uk
    Very very true Paul

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    Juz to share my passion after owning her
    Thanks Eric for tis great racket


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    The MX60 isn't that flexy. I think both the 60 and the C7 might technically have the same stiffness shaft, but the extra torsional stiffness of the 60 makes it feel stiffer, and the lack of stiffness in the head and it's head-heaviness makes the C7 seem more flexible. If that makes sense.

    If you like the MX60, then I guess any racket with the same specs or similar specs will be a good 'companion piece'.

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    Go for a try with the MX60, I guess most of you wont regret it. Im seriously proud to own and play with it. Its not a monster but its one of the best companion that you can have when you needed it to perform most.

    I would said its a superb racket with a class of itself. Drive, defense, attacks are just great with this racket. Once u get use to it, I would said it can be your perfect partner. I just had a session today and "Im Lovin It"!!!

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    Juz to share my passion after owning her
    Thanks Eric for tis great racket
    I'm glad the first picture shows it smiling

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolsticeOfLight View Post
    I'm glad the first picture shows it smiling
    Too bad it doesn't make it any prettier

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    yellow, blue, red, and ....

    this is going to be a very colorful family.

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    Too bad it doesn't make it any prettier
    Nothing a dash of lippy can't solve

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    It's actually a pretty good looking racket - just a pity that white is so trendy right now and the MX80 trumped it in that regard.

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    i like if the blue stripe on mx70 to be paint at mx60. i want to put a blue sticker soon..huhuhu..

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    The only back up racquet you need for a MX60 is another MX60.

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    hello paul, been following ur writing n review, n its very good. have a question what type of string would u pair with a medium stiffness n slight head heavy racket? been pairing with BG66UM, Bg80 for now, i like both strings, but intrigued with the zymax 65/67 new line. does it come close to any of the both mentioned? would get an mx60 soon,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    It's actually a pretty good looking racket - just a pity that white is so trendy right now and the MX80 trumped it in that regard.
    Yup ~ i luv the yellow black too, see nothing wrong wif it and is utmost striking on court
    Personal preference i guess and i pretty much like the VT-ZF matte white wif slight green/black
    Plus the APACS T-200 Green as well
    But cant say the same for BS LYD, the white and yellow gold juz doesnt stand out after a while

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