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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    LoL. I find it pretty funny how many get confused by JJS's high jumps - he did NOT get great angles. He got good ones, but he was just too small to get the same steep angles Ko often gets. Not saying either one is better or worse, but it gets annoying that ppl put Jung on a pedestal and criticize Ko without reason (his smash is definitely nothing to laugh at or criticize).
    i hav been sometime not watching mr ko plays. but he definately smashed shuttle like 'birdie' in street fighter.

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    Mr Ko aint using his TK8000 in Korea Open 2013 eh... maybe due to slower shuttle speed?

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    i saw one of his match against septano/ahsan....wow big mass jumping and hitting the shuttle....booomm.... but the next match against cy/fhf showed that powerful smashes doesnt translate to victory. better opponent will not let u excecute them easily and freq. needless to say, mr ko and co lost tamely in tat game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    Mr Ko aint using his TK8000 in Korea Open 2013 eh... maybe due to slower shuttle speed?
    I guess he is not used to the racket. the repulsive caused him previous few game smash not so sharp. But just a guess, who know?

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    He is playing better in this tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davlee View Post
    Mr Ko aint using his TK8000 in Korea Open 2013 eh... maybe due to slower shuttle speed?
    both him and lyd uses bs12 right?

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    Yep, both using the Bs12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolsticeOfLight View Post
    Shoulda heard the smashes coming from his racket in the Korea Open ... Man, I haven't heard smashes sound so good ... ever ...

    Though it might just have been the mic, but the commentators commented upon it too
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSvTwqJ0ASw#t=45m09s

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    Been thought LYD will be using new BS Lyd N and KSY will be using his Tk8000 in korea open but sadly nope.. maybe during coming MO or AE ?

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    shuld not be sad, shall we? bs12 is cheaper than either of that wat.

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    look like BS12 suit they playing style

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    One of the sport shop in Shanghai told me, TK 8000 will be in store tomorrow and is selling for RMB 1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    For those who feel the TK8000 is not stiff enough, there's an alternative which is the Legend II. It uses exactly the same technology as the TK8000 but it stiffer and head heavier.
    Any information about legend 2 ?
    Is that Victor racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    look like BS12 suit they playing style
    how do this medium flex and HH suit a smasher like ko? really puzzled and start to b convinced that pro has their racket tweaked. but seen his partner yoo flex the bs12, it look really quite flexi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    how do this medium flex and HH suit a smasher like ko? really puzzled and start to b convinced that pro has their racket tweaked. but seen his partner yoo flex the bs12, it look really quite flexi.
    i thought BS12 and TK8000 both have the same stiffness level according to the official website? i personally still think that the TK is more flexible due to the heavy head that makes the shaft bend more while swinging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
    how do this medium flex and HH suit a smasher like ko? really puzzled and start to b convinced that pro has their racket tweaked. but seen his partner yoo flex the bs12, it look really quite flexi.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cycril View Post
    i thought BS12 and TK8000 both have the same stiffness level according to the official website? i personally still think that the TK is more flexible due to the heavy head that makes the shaft bend more while swinging.
    The Victor stats are only an indication, 5 points not being accurate enough to rate the rackets well. There's also no indication whether the stiffness is the objective stiffness of the shaft (how much it bends when you put a certain weight on the racket head) or how it behaves in actual play (then the balance would have been taken into account already).
    Also, a lot of very good players actually like not-so-stiff models, as they tend to be easier on the arm, generate more power on slower swings and for some even on smashes.
    Also, Ko is using the Bs12 right now and hasn't been partnered with Yoo since the Olympics. And a being a 'smasher' doesn't mean you have a set preference. Different hard hitters have different preferences, depending on technique or just personal opinion/feel....TBH used to use rather light headed rackets (NS9900, Ti-10 3rd gen) before his change to the Z-Force, FHF has used mid-stiff even balanced rackets since the 2nd gen Ti-10, while Lin Dan has used a stiff and insanely head heavy racket since the AT700. JJS used a huge variety of rackets, the HH, super stiff SW35 and slightly HH super stiff MX80 being in use the longest.
    Yet they all generate insane power...there is no 'one most powerful racket'. As with everything else, it depends on the player and what he does with it.
    Last edited by j4ckie; 01-15-2013 at 09:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    The Victor stats are only an indication, 5 points not being accurate enough to rate the rackets well. There's also no indication whether the stiffness is the objective stiffness of the shaft (how much it bends when you put a certain weight on the racket head) or how it behaves in actual play (then the balance would have been taken into account already).
    Also, a lot of very good players actually like not-so-stiff models, as they tend to be easier on the arm, generate more power on slower swings and for some even on smashes.
    Also, Ko is using the Bs12 right now and hasn't been partnered with Yoo since the Olympics. And a being a 'smasher' doesn't mean you have a set preference. Different hard hitters have different preferences, depending on technique or just personal opinion/feel....TBH used to use rather light headed rackets (NS9900, Ti-10 3rd gen) before his change to the Z-Force, FHF has used mid-stiff even balanced rackets since the 2nd gen Ti-10, while Lin Dan has used a stiff and insanely head heavy racket since the AT700. JJS used a huge variety of rackets, the HH, super stiff SW35 and slightly HH super stiff MX80 being in use the longest.
    Yet they all generate insane power...there is no 'one most powerful racket'. As with everything else, it depends on the player and what he does with it.
    lesson learned, but technically, stiffer racket generates more power right? i thought Ko just switched to bs12 since the Korea open this month right?

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