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    Default Victor TK8000 VS Meteor X60

    This should be an interesting comparison, both are medium flex and head heavy What say you?

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    I say TK8000's stiffness is greater than MX60

    (probably equal to MX70)

    subscribing this thread to see other's opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    I say TK8000's stiffness is greater than MX60

    (probably equal to MX70)

    subscribing this thread to see other's opinion
    Boss, could i borrow your TK8000, i am so eager to try it ....

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    Hi kvn4000,

    I know you are a big fan of MX60. Have u tried MX London? How is it compare to it? Is MX60 more powerful and easier to generate power? Appreciate your opinion or anybody can share pls?

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    Eh, i thought MX-60 is even balanced? Not considered head heavy definitely

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    The mx-60 is head heavy racquet. Well, the way Victor does head heavy racquet, that is moderately head heavy. It must be more or less the same as the mx-70 and 80. The thruster gave me the impression of being a little more head heavy, but just by holding the racquet (I did not play with it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porky View Post
    Eh, i thought MX-60 is even balanced? Not considered head heavy definitely
    definitely incorrect.

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    Does it mean with the head heaviness and mid flex the mx60 would be easier to generate power in the smash for those who doesn't has a big arm to flex stiff & heavy racket like 3U VT80? Does that make sense? Anyone can share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessed Kawa View Post
    Does it mean with the head heaviness and mid flex the mx60 would be easier to generate power in the smash for those who doesn't has a big arm to flex stiff & heavy racket like 3U VT80? Does that make sense? Anyone can share?
    U are right about consistency generating power from x60. Never played x70 before but in hand swinging feel doesn't attract me

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    The mx-60 is indeed good for smashing. That is the racquet I use now and in comparison to my previous one, the arcsaber 8dx, it is much more easy to generate power.
    But i don't think it has to do with 'big arm'. It is about your ability to concentrate the strenght given to the swing at the good moment, i.e. at the impact. The mid flex racquet will help those, like me, who do not have the appropriate technique to fully concentrate our effort.

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