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    This is such a sad thing. 4/4, 4/4, will not suit me. I don't understand why Victor release rackets with this specs. I don't think they sold X70, XLondon, XJJS like hot cakes.
    A really head heavy Meteor, similar to a ZF or N90 would be great.

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    Slightly thinner shaft seems good ....

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    http://www.victorsport.com/product_detail_2078.html

    shaft material is not " U.H.M.G + Nanoresin" from the link below...

    http://www.victorsport.com/news_detail.html?id=4177

    ultra rigid carbon fiber replacing U.H.M.G ?

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    MX90 :
    "The MX-90 is made using the all new HYBRID COMPOSITE, with its own exclusive physical property settings that greatly extend the length of time the shuttlecock stays on the racket face, allowing you, in the short time required to make a return shot, to play shots that are hard for the opponent to anticipate."

    and the Arc11 :
    "the frame is designed to flex at the point of impact, Neo CS CARBON NANOTUBE improves the frame’s elasticity helping to hold the shuttle on the string bed for greater control at the point of impact."

    do they sound similar or is it just me
    Last edited by quixilver; 07-26-2013 at 10:38 AM.

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    MX90 also promotes better control...

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    Has this been released in the UK?

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    I don't think so. Maybe it will comes with a huge delay to europe or Victor International will skip it like BS15 and SW30.

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    MX90 is scheduled to arrive in Europe very soon. I'm not sure if these are samples or a consignment. I will be sent one for testing and reviewing and have been told this will arrive early/mid August.

    Paul
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    Thanks, I was looking to maybe get a Victor (even just to try), and the MX90's specs look quite attractive to me.

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    The MX90 looks very interesting. Looking forward to seeing some reviews of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixilver View Post
    MX90 :
    "The MX-90 is made using the all new HYBRID COMPOSITE, with its own exclusive physical property settings that greatly extend the length of time the shuttlecock stays on the racket face, allowing you, in the short time required to make a return shot, to play shots that are hard for the opponent to anticipate."

    and the Arc11 :
    "the frame is designed to flex at the point of impact, Neo CS CARBON NANOTUBE improves the frame’s elasticity helping to hold the shuttle on the string bed for greater control at the point of impact."

    do they sound similar or is it just me
    they do sound similar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    The MX90 looks very interesting. Looking forward to seeing some reviews of it.
    Read any reviews of the MX London? Because it should be pretty close to that one.

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    The hold they are talking about sounds like what the Thrusters accomplish with catapult structure. I get the hold feeling on my TK8k and a little less on the Legend II probably cause it is stiffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendell View Post
    Read any reviews of the MX London? Because it should be pretty close to that one.
    near to the X JJS

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    London and JJS have identical specs except that JJS has Graphene T-Joint.

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    and half of the racquets Victor released in the past 2 years have had the same specs and none of them play the same...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blableblibloblu View Post
    and half of the racquets Victor released in the past 2 years have had the same specs and none of them play the same...
    Yeah no kidding. The BP is all over the place too!

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