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    I just happened to need new shoes, racquets, and bag really badly as mine were getting pretty bad. The string and the grips were ... well... just because :P. My brother does most of the stringing at my club so we will go through it fast and I've never tried victor string before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranqq View Post
    the total was around 550
    Oh... that too, but I was just wondering about shipping cost for such a big package.

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    I can hardly blame you - Victor stuff is great! Way better than Yonex imo.

    All I need now is a pair of 9000 Ace to match my Victor rackets, bag, shirts..

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    ohh shipping was around 70 i think. my brother bought me a nice black and yellow kit (shorts and shirt) so now I totally color match (at least for one night)

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    Tranqq, really like to know how you find the BS15 compared to the MX60.
    I have the MX60 and am considering the BS15 but reviews are still quite thin on the ground.

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    I tried them both out a couple days ago. Keep in mind the grip I had on them was too thick for my small hands, which really effects my play (I was also extremely sore that night) From my perspective the mx60 feels even balanced to me, and does everything really well. It has decent power, good racquet speed, and decent enough control. Where as the bravesword 15, which also did everything pretty well, definitely had more weight in the head, and I felt like I could get some really good power from it and good control 9but the defense wasn't as good). Definitely preferred the 15 for singles. I actually found the mx60 to be faster in defense and drives than the bravesword. I put on different grips and I'm hoping to use them both again soon. I'll let you know if my opinion changes at all ^_^

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    which korean player uses mx60 at thomas and uber cups 2012?

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    Quote Originally Posted by s3160717 View Post
    which korean player uses mx60 at thomas and uber cups 2012?
    none. they more like bs series.

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    TMN uses the MX70...and one of the Korean chicks does too......and JJS uses the MX80.....and the mixed doubles player with the glasses from Chinese Taipei uses the 80 as well. Considering the Meteors have only been around for just over a year, that's a pretty good take up. Sure beats the take up of the Z-Slash!

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    i think kim sa rang might use the 70 aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranqq View Post
    i think kim sa rang might use the 70 aswell
    i never see he use mx70, i always see he use mx80. but i think he will be king smasher someday.....
    Last edited by riffsuad; 05-26-2012 at 01:55 AM.

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    To put in perspective, if professionals uses stiff racquets like MX80, then it is only wise if intermediate casual players uses something less stiff to better-suit themselves coz definitely our technique and muscle development is not as good as Pros rite? Hehe...anyway MX60 is really an easier racquet to play with compared with 70 and 80 for me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porky View Post
    To put in perspective, if professionals uses stiff racquets like MX80, then it is only wise if intermediate casual players uses something less stiff to better-suit themselves coz definitely our technique and muscle development is not as good as Pros rite? Hehe...anyway MX60 is really an easier racquet to play with compared with 70 and 80 for me....
    Eh, our technique might not be as good but doesn't mean we normal human beings can't handle it. Just look at all the people on this forum with MX80's.

    I do agree that MX60 is much easier to use than the others. I don't like BG80 @ 25lbs on mine though. The tension in and of itself isn't too high but the feel when hitting is as if the tension is too high, kind of plank-y. Next time I'll definitely string it with a softer string.

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    BG66U @ 25lbs on the MX60 is sweeeeeeet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    BG66U @ 25lbs on the MX60 is sweeeeeeet
    66U, exactly what I was thinking unless I try something new for fun, either one of the bajillion types of LN strings I have lying around or one of the ZM's.. Suggestions?

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    tranqq,
    anymore review for mx60 compare to bs15? Is mx60 more forgiving due to smaller sweet spot for bs15? How about the head weight and stiffness between the two?

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    I don't know about MX 70 because I don't own it and never tried it. But for those who can't handle MX 80 due it's stiffness;causing elbow pain; and want to replace with "similar" characteristics should buy BS LYD, it rocks. I bought MX 60 3u, it is a good racket, you can generate more power by longer swing, but for me, a typical short-fast swing, mx 60 feels slow. Power wise MX60 > LYD > MX80; speed MX80 = LYD > MX 60; accuracy MX80 > LYD > MX60.

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