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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    There's no doubt MX90 is a superb racket. I'll be writing my review this weekend. I would gladly play with it if asked to do so and I don't say that about many rackets.

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    Totally agree, there's just something about it. Much like the JJS but even better.

    It is quite a demanding racket though, some people had issues with the MX80 in terms of strain I recall, this doesn't seem much different.

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    Any updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve the noob View Post
    Any updates?
    wait patiently

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    the MX90 3U felt stiffer and head heavier compared to the JJS that I played with this weekend though limited play time (just few hits). Still have a tennis elbow, so did not do much with it. Was hoping it will play similar or less stiffer than JJS with a 7.0mm shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wning View Post
    the MX90 3U felt stiffer and head heavier compared to the JJS that I played with this weekend though limited play time (just few hits). Still have a tennis elbow, so did not do much with it. Was hoping it will play similar or less stiffer than JJS with a 7.0mm shaft.
    yep, as expected from those racket matrixes that I had posted a few pages ago...

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    Very interested in this racquet. Does it play closer to a tamed mx80 or stiffer mxjjs?

    I'm asking this because I love how mx80 plays but hate mxjjs. So this will determine if I'll buy the mx90.

    Hope more reviews will be available soon.

    Thanks.

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    Guys, besides Paul's upcoming review, hopefully those who have posted photos (& made us salivate) of their racquets could give their own review of the MX90 by now... Just saying on behalf of the hundreds that follow this thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    There's no doubt MX90 is a superb racket. I'll be writing my review this weekend. I would gladly play with it if asked to do so and I don't say that about many rackets.

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    Any chance you could bring it next week?

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    Mark

    Yes, i will have MX90 in my bag for our session next week. I love the racket although I am missing my TK6000. Not sure whether that will return in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
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    Yes, i will have MX90 in my bag for our session next week. I love the racket although I am missing my TK6000. Not sure whether that will return in time.

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    Missing it? You lent it out?! I've been talking it up at the club!

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    I may have it back in time.

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    Mark

    TK6000 is now back in my safe hands and re-strung at 28lbs in NS880. It's ready for action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
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    TK6000 is now back in my safe hands and re-strung at 28lbs in NS880. It's ready for action.

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    Paul, normally your string tension mentioned is computerised or manually strung? Computer may be 1.5lbs more, I guess.

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    Manual machine which is frequently calibrated.

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    Dear Paul : As per your email , you mention that a bit stiffer racket will be JJS from BS 12N. I getting another spare racket for my cuurent BS 12N ... Is MX90 quite similar to Bs 12N ?

    From JJS, MX 80 to MX90 , which one will be closer to BS 12N ? Thanks

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    Ferrerkiko

    The closest new racket to BS12 N that I know of is BS LHI. Meteor frames are completely different feel and experience. Maybe the new Jetspeed will be close but I won't be testing that until 2014.

    If I had to choose a Meteor to get close it would probably be MX60.

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    Dear Paul. MX 60 , I don't like the feel , If I choose between MX80 and Mx90, which one will be a good choice to upgrade from BS 12N?

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