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    Closest is MX90.

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    Dear Fans : Good news .. MX 90 is on sale at online. Mybadmintonstore.com

    Victor Meteor X-90
    Specifications:
    Victor Meteor X-90
    Stiffness
    Stiff
    Frame Shape
    Isometric
    Frame
    Hybrid Composite, Nano Resin
    Carbon XT
    Shaft
    UHM Graphite, Nano Resin
    7.0mm Shaft
    Weight
    3U (85-89g)
    4U (80-84g)
    Total Length (frame tip – handle end)
    675mm (26.5 inches)
    Grip Size
    3UG5
    4UG5
    Recommended String Tension
    3U: 20-28lbs
    4U: 20-26lbs
    Balance point 295-305mm (HH)
    Last edited by Ferrerkiko; 11-27-2013 at 08:48 AM.

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    Ok, I will have the MX90 next week. will let you guys know what I think.I have recently switched from Yonex to Victor thanks to the bravesword 12. I play doubles at club level in Srilanka.Dont get me wrong ,I am a great fan of the Voltric 80 (like badminton coach Paul Stewart), have used it for a long time. The Bravesword 12 is a great doubles racket especially if you enjoy a fast game ,I feel the only thing it lacks is a bit of racket head stability and that solid feel that you get from the Meteor range like the MX60 which I have just started using and liking (so easy to play with). Anyway until next time.Bye

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    Paski

    I hope you like MX90 - I do! My review will go live next week. Sadly I had to delay it for a week but hopefully I'll be back on track very soon.

    As you know Paski, I no longer use Yonex products have resigned from Yonex earlier this year. I agreed a contract with Victor who have proved a superb team to be with.

    As yet, I haven't chosen a racket because I now have my own bag of demo rackets which has allowed me more time to test and evaluate. I will still test and review other brands on my blog.

    I hope you enjoy the MX90 as much as I did.

    Paul
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    Hi Paul, Thanks for the reply. I was waiting for your review of the MX90 before I get it, but they seem to be running out quick (3U version) so I ordered it. Unfortunately I don't have a sponsor ,I do it purely out of personal interest and love for the game and have no affiliation with any brand. This means spending out of my own pocket and then I usually keep the ones I like and sell the others at a cheaper price. Currently my favourite racket is the Bravesword 12 (3U). I was concerned whether the MX90 might be a bit too stiff for my liking. Look forward to reading your review on it and trying it out.

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    Paski

    Many thanks for the update. I needed to delay my review but it will go live very soon. I really like the racket and rate it as good as JJS.

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    Such a tease

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    Paski

    Many thanks for the update. I needed to delay my review but it will go live very soon. I really like the racket and rate it as good as JJS.

    Paul
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    Paul,

    A VT80 user here. based on your hands-on playing experience with these rackets, which is the closest to VT80 in terms of playability? is it MX90? TK8000? MX-JJS?

    Thanks.

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    Vicnard12 that's a tough question because neither really fits the bill. Cloest in terms of head weight wouldbe TK8000 but it's not as stiff in the shaft. Cloest shaft is MX90 but it doesn't have the weight at the top of the head like VT80.

    For me VT80 is a faster frame than TK8000 and possibly it's because it's stiffer. So for me I'd try to get closest to the shaft rather than the head weight.

    As JJS has been withdrawn, perhaps this gets a look in on the basis it won't be long before they are extremely rare, which is a shame. But MX90 will certainly be a good replacement.

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    The revieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwww wwwwwwwwwwwssssssssssssssssss , were waitiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnngggggggggggggg

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Vicnard12 that's a tough question because neither really fits the bill. Cloest in terms of head weight wouldbe TK8000 but it's not as stiff in the shaft. Cloest shaft is MX90 but it doesn't have the weight at the top of the head like VT80.

    For me VT80 is a faster frame than TK8000 and possibly it's because it's stiffer. So for me I'd try to get closest to the shaft rather than the head weight.

    As JJS has been withdrawn, perhaps this gets a look in on the basis it won't be long before they are extremely rare, which is a shame. But MX90 will certainly be a good replacement.

    Paul
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    Thanks Paul. I would definitely consider your thoughts on that. Am an avid follower of your blog.

    Am caught between the three Victor's lately, and your opinion helps a lot. Looking forward to your written review of MX90 soon. Imma get an MX90 early next year.

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    I thought the racket comparable to VT 80 is MX 80. I thought stiffest racket in the market is MX 80 , correct me if i am wrong ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    I thought the racket comparable to VT 80 is MX 80. I thought stiffest racket in the market is MX 80 , correct me if i am wrong ?
    Vt80 isn't as stiff as mx 80 and mx80 isn't as heavy as vt80. They aren't really THAT comparable outside of the paint.

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    Ok , bro , which racket is the stiffest/head heaviest in the market now ?

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    Probably Li Ning N90 lol

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    ok ,,, thanks bro

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