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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    You've got to consider the TK9000 - if that's going to be a 5/3 as well, but in 3U... it'd make the TK6000 redundant.
    Might wait for TK10000 actually hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssj100 View Post
    Surely you can order rackets yourself online? But I suppose you don't want to spend (too much of) your own money, which is fair enough. Pity though. You should do it in the name of research hehe.

    Although not reviewing the 3U could be seen as a clever (unintentional) marketing tactic for Victor - it may tempt people to purchase both. And that means more business for Victor!
    Well mine is 3U. Already write the review here.

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    I find that it's hard to judge how fast a racket is, because there's no hard data on aerodynamics, and speed really boils down to the one that works best for your physiology. But for me, head heavier 4U rackets are faster and hit harder than even balanced 3U rackets.

    Honestly, I think more people could benefit from trying them.

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    Would this racquet be comparable to the Voltric 60?

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    Eric has 3 more left . Save one for me pls (

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    you can get it at MBS if Eric is run out of stock

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    Do you think a Voltric Z force 4U user will be good/benefit to use the TK6000? I love head heavy racket. I was eyeing on MXJJS initially but it's an overall heavy racket after trying it. I'm looking for a backup racket but I don't want to have the same racket.

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    TK6K is flex not stiff take note

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    So this racquet only good in 4U? but I don't see any 4U available in my place

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    No input on this and Voltric 60?? :|

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    Quote Originally Posted by bos_dc2 View Post
    No input on this and Voltric 60?? :|
    VT60 is only available in 4u in Canada and is not that head heavy. In terms of bp, I'd think 4u TK6000 is more similar to 4u VT70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    VT60 is only available in 4u in Canada and is not that head heavy. In terms of bp, I'd think 4u TK6000 is more similar to 4u VT70.
    Thanks!

    I don't think my search is over lol for my 'perfect' racquet.

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    does the stiffness affect a lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky_Boy02 View Post
    does the stiffness affect a lot?
    yes................

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    damn you guys, i just ordered the thing!

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    TK6000 is considerably better than Voltric 60. I reviewed VT60 and to be honest I couldn't understand why Yonex bothered making it. It was the big let down for all of those players hoping it was the replacement for AT600 - but it fell way short of the mark. I've only ever seen one player use a VT60.

    TK6000 is also considerably better than VT70. It displays far more of everything including being a stronger frame for those players who like more tension.

    i've played with mine again today strung at 30lbs tension (the first time I've played with a racket at that tension). It was so good I didn't want to put it down, however I was there to coach and have a first hit with MX90 so had to leave it alone.

    The guy I was coaching plays with TK8000 and he loved TK6000. He doesn't want to change rackets again but stated how good they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    TK6000 is considerably better than Voltric 60. I reviewed VT60 and to be honest I couldn't understand why Yonex bothered making it. It was the big let down for all of those players hoping it was the replacement for AT600 - but it fell way short of the mark. I've only ever seen one player use a VT60.

    TK6000 is also considerably better than VT70. It displays far more of everything including being a stronger frame for those players who like more tension.

    i've played with mine again today strung at 30lbs tension (the first time I've played with a racket at that tension). It was so good I didn't want to put it down, however I was there to coach and have a first hit with MX90 so had to leave it alone.

    The guy I was coaching plays with TK8000 and he loved TK6000. He doesn't want to change rackets again but stated how good they are.

    Paul
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    Paul, you just made me bought this racket

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