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    Just shoot Eric an email. It'll be only a little bit more than your SW35... before stringing and shipping, that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Just shoot Eric an email. It'll be only a little bit more than your SW35... before stringing and shipping, that is.
    Ok. Thanks @visor, @Elisha and @j4ckie. u guys are awesome. Eric should give special discount for u guys lol

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    ^ No problem. We're probably more about spreading the word about a great product than intentionally trying to help Eric.

    And re stiffness, of course the power will depend on the wielder of the racket, but keep this in mind:

    the flexier shaft will have power that is more easily accessible. That is, it will be more forgiving of technique and timing and power output to input ratio is easier.

    That's why I have XP60 when I'm feeling strong, and XP70 when I'm feeling a bit off.
    Last edited by visor; 07-10-2013 at 11:08 PM.

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    @visor

    Which Rkep racket do you think is a close substitute to Lining N90 1st gen ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
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    Which Rkep racket do you think is a close substitute to Lining N90 1st gen ?
    Hmmm... haven't tried N90. But I used to have a VTZF. Is it comparable to VTZF in stiffness and head heaviness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Hmmm... haven't tried N90. But I used to have a VTZF. Is it comparable to VTZF in stiffness and head heaviness?
    I have N90 & VTZF Ltd. The difference is that N90 is a little bit flexible on the shaft, and almost all of the weight distributed on its head, catapult effect if you want to put it that way. VTZF Ltd in contrast, have a stiffer shaft and its weight almost evenly distributed with its head receive slightly bigger portion.

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    I see... in that case, to be similar to N90, the XP70 is closest, but still may need Victor powerizer lead tape at 2 and 10.

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    Eric carries the Powerizer. You may want to buy 2 packs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    I see... in that case, to be similar to N90, the XP70 is closest, but still may need Victor powerizer lead tape at 2 and 10.
    Quote Originally Posted by Elisha View Post
    Eric carries the Powerizer. You may want to buy 2 packs!
    Thanks for the info guys. So it is like a modified XP70, Cool...

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    Well... N90 like VZTF is box frame design so naturally there's more mass up top, whereas XP rackets are more like BS/MX aerodynamic design so not as head heavy in design.

    What I mean is that XP series should be comparable to aerodynamic rackets like Arcsaber and Nanoray series instead of Voltric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Well... N90 like VZTF is box frame design so naturally there's more mass up top, whereas XP rackets are more like BS/MX aerodynamic design so not as head heavy in design.

    What I mean is that XP series should be comparable to aerodynamic rackets like Arcsaber and Nanoray series instead of Voltric.
    Understood. The two racket are coming from different realms and for different purposes. Can't wait to see Rkep adding another racket line.

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    Another racket line! That's what I've been meaning to ask Eric.

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    He's done the sword/octablade already. Maybe time for a box or diamond frame.
    I suggested him to start selling logo stencil cards as well!

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    He's already done diamond frame in the Pro6k, so perhaps catapult frame like Thruster?

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    I thought the P6k was sword cause it was meant to be an alternative to the BS type rackets overall?
    Anyway if he can come up with a proper Thruster like design with 305-310mm BP, I would be all over it!

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    In Victor lingo, Bravesword design is diamond shaped...

    Correction: diamond shaped lower frame, sword shaped upper frame.
    Last edited by visor; 07-12-2013 at 01:33 AM.

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    Diamond is the ugly child of box & sword: http://www.victorsport.com/tech_detail_23.html

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