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04-04-2012, 12:05 AM #222
I am really keen to watch LCW promotional video with VTZF. The video will be featured by LCW & LD in a match playing a long rally. At the end of the rally, LCW smashes hard to LD, with LD unable to defend it, since there was barely anything left of the shuttle on LD court, LCW had crushed the shuttle ..
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04-04-2012, 12:21 AM #223
04-04-2012, 03:15 AM #224
What I interpret: More and more people move TO head light balanced rackets
What I did NOT interpret: People move to head lightER rackets - as you've interpret it probably correctly from start on
I just found Paul's postings suspicious, because the last few postings didn't consist any real contents. We all do a little spam here and there - no problem! -, but imho it looked like too much spam with hidden advertising. That was my impression.
It wasn't an offense against his reviews, because I've never mentioned his reviews in any comments. That's what also was confusing in his reply. His reviews are great, nobody would criticize them
There's nothing more to add from myself. So, just don't be cuckoo, thunder.tw *lol* - if there's anything to say, its Paul who should write, not you
Eventhough there's nothing more to add, my PM-box is free for you, Paul, just to avoid a little bit offtopic in this thread.
04-04-2012, 08:13 AM #225
Has anyone tried the BS LYD 4u?
04-04-2012, 08:20 AM #226
im considering buying the lyd.... used to 3u's normally...... should i go for familiarity and stick with 3u? hk also do the 4u version....
04-04-2012, 09:11 AM #227
I've used a 4u BS12 in the past and now use a 3U BS LYD and have no problems with it. If your used to 3U then go with it.
04-04-2012, 09:50 AM #228
+1 go for 3U
Maybe it's not that comparable but my SW37 in 4U is way toooooooo light At least it's a good racket for plastic shuttles.
Btw: Why do you consider to buy a 4U?
04-04-2012, 05:48 PM #229
just heard that more of them were 4u....
but i wanted 3u......
04-04-2012, 05:57 PM #230
I think if you're concerned a racket will be too stiff and/or demanding, opting for a 4U is a good idea. Many TW Victors hover around 84-86g in my experience anyway, and in that range whether or not a racket is labeled 3U or 4U is largely semantics.
04-04-2012, 06:11 PM #231
lol ill be fine:P
04-04-2012, 06:12 PM #232
could do with a tiny bit of weight for smashes in doubles....
04-04-2012, 07:35 PM #233
Could anyone give a comparison to the LYD and the MX60? Thanks
04-04-2012, 11:46 PM #234
What do you play with now? I see you mentioned you use 3U normally but, what kind of balance do you typically play with?
04-05-2012, 08:32 AM #235
04-05-2012, 10:31 AM #236
ah thanks porky.... well if the victor 4u is more like yonex 3u then il go for 4u.....
all my rackets are yy 3u.....
04-05-2012, 10:45 AM #237
hmmm although a bit more research shows that 3u yonex is same as 3u victor both companies quote the unstrung weights to be 85-89grams..... ah well.... the extra weight would be good for my smash. and im sure those few that know me know i dont have too much problem with my racket speed and defense.... so a slightly heavier racket shouldnt make too much difference for maneuverability........
il just have to buy it and see:P let u guys know..... tbh iv never had trouble adjusting to any racket.... just racket i like and prefer... and rackets im less inclined towards.... but any player of a good standard should just about to pick up anything and still demonstrate his range of shots. me and some friends have long since come to the conclusion its more important to have a good stringer... and be able to regrip your racket properly
im also getting the z force..... as im not sure which racket i want.... a bit of a treat as i fractured my scaphoid playing football..... so as i couldnt play for 6-7weeeks..... i have just been THINKING badminton lol.
04-05-2012, 10:51 AM #238
I'll throw in the Caveat that my YY raquets are all head heavy models (900P, VT-80, VT-ZF) and my Victor 4U models are the MX-80 and the BS-LYD. So perhaps if my YY raquets were a NS-9900 or an Arc-10 perhaps I might have a different view.
However I have a 3U MX-80 as well and it is a lot less of an adjustment going from 3U yonex to it, than it is to go to the 4U MX-80.
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