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    Question Deciding between Gosen Shiden and Victor MX JJS

    Thinking of getting a new racket and now deciding between Gosen Shiden and Victor MX JJS.

    Which one do you guys think is a better racket?

    PS: I am currently using Li-Ning N50II

    Thanks a lot.

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    If the JJS is anything like the MX70, I would definitely pick the Shiden...

    I tried my friend's MX70 and I didn't like it at all. Feels hollow and the feedback is not what I'm used to. I'm a loyal fan of the Shiden because of the speed and stiffness of the shaft. The Shiden just feels tight overall and it matches my swing and technique...

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    MXJJS is not that similar to MX70.

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    Yea, I heard that the JJS is much stiffer and head heavy than the MX 80 and MX 70.
    But I just wounded, which one will get a faster swing speed.

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    Default mx jjs

    The mx jjs is not at all like a 70..stiffer than 70 its more like a 80. Grapheme reincforced a bit less stiff than the 80 and the london great power...all i heard about this racket is good comments. My friend ordered the gosen so i cant comment that one yet.

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