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    Quote Originally Posted by istringforyou View Post
    Imho

    Feel: VT80 = PRO9000 > PRO6000
    Flex(Stiffest first): VT80 > PRO9000 > PRO6000
    Control: VT80 = PRO9000 > PRO6000
    Power: VT80 = PRO9000 > PRO6000
    Defence: PRO6000 > PRO9000 > VT80
    Maneuverability: PRO6000 > PRO9000 > VT80
    Ease of use: PRO6000 = PRO9000 > VT80
    i mean this one

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    yeah, even if you get the most head heavy racket 295 (which is what I've got), it is not nearly as headheavy as VT80. It is also not that stiff (less stiff than MX70). So more arm swing is required. The drives and defense are also what make this racket special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badmintanfreak View Post
    i mean this one
    well, he's the only one and obviously wrong

    (and i do keep track of this thread from the very beginning )

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    Yeah, and he is a dealer so he may be a little bit biased.

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    i totally agree with soulless, more arm swing is required. but i wanted to know since i am coming from vt80 and at900p was it a good choice going for 85g 285bp pro9k. i think thats the mistake

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    87-88g 295mm would've been closer to the at900p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badmintanfreak View Post
    i totally agree with soulless, more arm swing is required. but i wanted to know since i am coming from vt80 and at900p was it a good choice going for 85g 285bp pro9k. i think thats the mistake
    Dude, you're going from rackets with a BP in the vicinity of 310 to one that's 285!

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    the reason i went for that bp to feel comfortable with the playability but i didn't realise that is gona cost me more in power but everything else is fantastic with pro9k.

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    Bought 6000 and 9000 from Eric last week. Very nice packaging, fast shipping and nice communication too. No doubt 9000 is a high quality racket. I can easily play nice net shot. Smashing is more powerful than my BS11.
    The paint is very nice. I hit the hardwood furniture at home when swing 6000 for fun but there is no paint peel off. My BS 11 won't be that lucky. Very glad that I bought this before July 1st.

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    After reading all the reviews, I think it is quite safe to say that the 9000 is similar to SW35 and 6000 more to MX60...

    Can anyone compare the respective RKEP with the Victor racquets mentioned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    After reading all the reviews, I think it is quite safe to say that the 9000 is similar to SW35 and 6000 more to MX60...Can anyone compare the respective RKEP with the Victor racquets mentioned?
    I have the 9000, MX70, MX80, SW30. I would say the 9000 is like a mix of SW30 and MX70. More powerful than MX70, but slightly slower than SW30. Slightly flexier than both makes it easier to generate power. Beautiful touch and feel, better than SW30, almost comparable to MX70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    After reading all the reviews, I think it is quite safe to say that the 9000 is similar to SW35 and 6000 more to MX60...

    Can anyone compare the respective RKEP with the Victor racquets mentioned?
    I have the MX60 and the RKEP PRO6000. The PRO6000 is my backup after I get tired.

    They are quite similar.

    Flex = almost the same.
    Balance = MX60 is slightly head heavier. I added some lead tapes on my RKEP6000 at the 10 o clock and 2 o clock posiition but the MX60 is still head heavier. Most say that the PRO6000 is similar to BS09/BS11 (although I cannot verify it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakulaw View Post
    I have the MX60 and the RKEP PRO6000. The PRO6000 is my backup after I get tired.

    They are quite similar.

    Flex = almost the same.
    Balance = MX60 is slightly head heavier. I added some lead tapes on my RKEP6000 at the 10 o clock and 2 o clock posiition but the MX60 is still head heavier. Most say that the PRO6000 is similar to BS09/BS11 (although I cannot verify it).
    Your MX60 is 3U or 4U? So RKEP6000 4U is just like lighter version of MX60 3U, right?

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    How about RKEP6000 and Yonex Voltric 7? Guess these two will be similar?

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    about similar specs in shaft flex
    but RKEP PRO6000 is much higher class racket than VT7
    also PRO6000 could swing much faster

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    hi eric
    do u have any 92g 300bp pro9000 and do u still have the same deal.

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    e-mail me if you can take 90g 300BP

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