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    I got a friend who is going back to Taiwan to visit his family. At the same time, he might be getting rackets from there. Any Taiwanese victor shop to recommend to get MX JJS?

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    Default Some more close ups.

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    Eh..how come urs with megan graphene? mine is written graphene reinforced wor

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    racket mustve come from EU. legal mumbo jumbo.

    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    Eh..how come urs with megan graphene? mine is written graphene reinforced wor

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    Ohhh okok there is diff? I thought all is the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    Ohhh okok there is diff? I thought all is the same
    Yes, I believe the word graphene is protected so you cannot use it without permission, so they have changed the wording, rather like their MX London 2012 racket, they had to remove 2012.

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    Can someone translate this?
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    MX-JJS is marked with this note on the victor taiwanese website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
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    MX-JJS is marked with this note on the victor taiwanese website.
    It translates to limited supply. If it's true, I'm glad I bought mine recently

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    Eh..how come urs with megan graphene? mine is written graphene reinforced wor
    Quote Originally Posted by bakulaw View Post
    racket mustve come from EU. legal mumbo jumbo.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1337 View Post
    Yes, I believe the word graphene is protected so you cannot use it without permission, so they have changed the wording, rather like their MX London 2012 racket, they had to remove 2012.

    Regards

    Mike
    Graphen is the German spelling of Graphene and Magan is a "technology" used before for these local enhancements by Victor Germany, the distributor for Europe. But indeed the word Graphene is already registered in Europe for branding I just saw so most likely they had to make a new name for the technology here ...
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    So JJS or BSLYD 1?

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    Depends on the flex you prefer.

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    The stiffness is similar. The LYD will swing faster cause of the sword frame. Probably better for defense. The JJS would most likely be better for offense.
    Check out the LYD vs JJS thread. There are a couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolsticeOfLight View Post
    Depends on the flex you prefer.
    aren't they both the same?

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    I have mx jjs both tw coded 3u and 4u. Vt80pg 3u and 4u. My weapon of choice is mxjjs 3u. Mx jjs 3u and 4u in terms of playability or weight wise isn't that much difference. The slight differences 3u is more head heavy and 4u more balanced racket. The differences goes unnoticed. Hope that helps fellow bc readers. My opinion based without factual or scientific measurements.

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    aren't they both the same?
    For some reason I thought the LYD was stiffer :-/

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    Yeah, I've ordered my Victor MX-JJS 3U G5 from MBS!!!
    It's going to be strung with Toalson NP 66 at 23 lbs.
    I'll hope it fits perfectly between my allready owned rackets, the Yonex Voltric 80 and Victor BraveSword LYD.
    Does somebody have a comparison of all the 3 rackets?
    Greetings
    Erik.

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    vt80 and bslyd are very different. vt80 is way more headheavy.

    also, about toalson nano premium - i'd advise against it, tried it on a couple of rackets, kindda dull feeling, didn't like it at all.

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