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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Nope.

    Balance •oooo
    Stiffness •oooo

    Be afraid.....be very afraid!

    ps: All this info is already on the Victor Fan Club thread.
    Sweet Jesus!

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    Wow. The big question is now: SW37 or MX60?
    MX60 is more head heavy if we compare the given information. But the whole rest seems to be exactly the same.
    A promising racket... Especially it looks like a Bumblebee racket (which victor has produced some years ago). This will be probably my first yellow racket - Damn it, why do they have to release so many cool rackets this frequently
    (The more I read the threads here, the more I like Victor more than Yonex.)

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    Does anyone actually know the real-word balance point of the SW37? The MX80/70 play a bit lighter than their 293-299mm (these are my figures, YMMV) whereas the SW35 for example that I had, had the same BP but played noticeably head heavier.

    I expect as with the MX70, the 60 will be identical to the 80, just with a progressively less stiff shaft. I felt the 70 wasn't significantly less stiff than the 80 to warrant it replacing my BS11, but the 60 might be more promising.

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    sw37 real world balance point and weight

    4U (todjo - Prince microtac overgrip (full length) on top of original grip with bg66): 94g, 291mm BP
    3U (jump-smash): 96.2g, 287mm BP
    4U (my own racket - nbg 98 + victor overgrip) : 92g, 290mm

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    Wow, quite even balanced then. Will be curious to know how my SW310 stacks up when it arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    sw37 real world balance point and weight4U (todjo - Prince microtac overgrip (full length) on top of original grip with bg66): 94g, 291mm BP3U (jump-smash): 96.2g, 287mm BP4U (my own racket - nbg 98 + victor overgrip) : 92g, 290mm
    ssgg007: Can you please do one little favor for me, just out of curiosity? If you have a digital scale of course. .

    Can you please place the tip of your strung and gripped racket's head onto the scale, with the handle end just right at the end resting on an object to make it horizontal, on a level surface/table.

    I'm interested in knowing the relative and absolute head weight of the sw37 and some other rackets like bs10, etc. as IMHO bp doesn't really tell the whole picture. Thinner aero frame rackets like mx and bs series will play lighter than what the bp and wt suggests, esp compared to thicker framed sw series with it's powerbox like cross section.
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    It would be better if there are postings about the MX60 only. Just to keep the thread "clear" from off-topic

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    huh...need to wait another 4 months to get mx60. so just play the racket what i have....

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    I think some are already at a certain flagship store in Taiwan......

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    how i can get this?

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    imho, not a bad looking racket.

    but must resist. got way too many rackets already. i haven't even replaced my MX80 yet!

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    kwun,

    doesn't that mean, a replacement mx80, mx60 and the mx london to complete the series? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    kwun,

    doesn't that mean, a replacement mx80, mx60 and the mx london to complete the series? lol
    you are such a bad friend.

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    MX60 is in stock in e78.

    i am going to pass on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I felt the 70 wasn't significantly less stiff than the 80.
    I concur..................

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    it has been marketed online at the price of TW$3,900 (taiwanese dollars)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    MX60 is in stock in e78.

    i am going to pass on this one.
    It's not on the website - did you email them direct?

    http://www.e78.com.hk/sports.htm

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