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    After reading Paul's interesting review, make me got some attention about this racket.
    After some google search, I also find a detail review about this racket from China.
    However the review is written in Chinese, here is the google translated version.

    http://translate.google.co.jp/transl...nfo-16560.html

    PS: Reading google translate is fun
    Lofty Goals -> Clear
    To kill the ball -> Smash
    Level pumping fast gear -> Fast, flat rallies and Drives
    Pick the ball -> Lifting
    Last edited by lhkjacky; 11-13-2013 at 04:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhkjacky View Post
    After reading Paul's interesting review, make me got some attention about this racket.
    After some google search, I also find a detail review about this racket from China.
    However the review is written in Chinese, here is the google translated version.

    http://translate.google.co.jp/transl...nfo-16560.html

    PS: Reading google translate is fun
    Lofty Goals -> Clear
    To kill the ball -> Smash
    Level pumping fast gear -> Drive
    Pick the ball -> Lifting
    "Hand TK6000, you're on the court death"

    OK - this is the best sentence ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    "Hand TK6000, you're on the court death"

    OK - this is the best sentence ever.
    HAHA, Funny Google Translate
    It should be "Grip the TK6000, you're the God of Death on the court"

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    MX JJS, TK 8000 iron man or TK6000... Hmm...

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    Accordaz

    That's a really tough choice. For me it's TK6000, Mark will choose MXJJS and Elisha TK8000 probably.
    However, it's your decision...no pressure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Accordaz

    That's a really tough choice. For me it's TK6000, Mark will choose MXJJS and Elisha TK8000 probably.
    However, it's your decision...no pressure!

    Paul
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    Hey Paul,
    I got a question
    Is it fine if i do your armchair exercises EVERYDAY?

    P.S.
    When will your review on the NRZSP and MX90 come out? Been waiting for it ....

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    Generally with any exercise a days rest inbetween is recommended. 2-3 times per week should be enough.

    MX90 review will be completed over the weekend and launched Monday/Tuesday. Z Speed review will be done when I've used the racket which will be tomorrow and Monday. I need to leave a week for players to read before launching the next review. I have around 4 Victor reviews to write and 1 Yonex in addition to the rackets already mentioned.

    Also, I'm going to launch something else on my website soon which I hope will be of interest to players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    MX JJS, TK 8000 iron man or TK6000... Hmm...
    I honestly can't see why anybody would pick the TK8000 over either of the other two, but that's me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Generally with any exercise a days rest inbetween is recommended. 2-3 times per week should be enough.

    MX90 review will be completed over the weekend and launched Monday/Tuesday. Z Speed review will be done when I've used the racket which will be tomorrow and Monday. I need to leave a week for players to read before launching the next review. I have around 4 Victor reviews to write and 1 Yonex in addition to the rackets already mentioned.

    Also, I'm going to launch something else on my website soon which I hope will be of interest to players.
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    An MX90/JJS comparison would be very welcome (but I'm sure that's already in the pipeline).

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    I would love to compare but i dont have both rackets at the same time. my memory isn't what it used to be as a result of reviewing too many rackets!

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    May I know how head heavy is the TK6000 as compare to z force? I love head heavy racket, even VT80 couldn't satisfy me Is there any other racket that is as head heavy as z force?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky_Boy02 View Post
    May I know how head heavy is the TK6000 as compare to z force? I love head heavy racket, even VT80 couldn't satisfy me Is there any other racket that is as head heavy as z force?
    Lining N90 for sure, i held a TK6000 at shop for few swings, and i owned vt80 before. I dont think TK6000 is head heavier than vt80.

    Why dont u just get a vtzf if u want something really head heavy?

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    TK6000 is not as head heavy as a Z Force, but there again there's only a small percentage of players who can handle that kind of weight. It's probably a touch less than VT80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    TK6000 is not as head heavy as a Z Force, but there again there's only a small percentage of players who can handle that kind of weight. It's probably a touch less than VT80.

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    I thought it was on par with a VT60, myself.

    Weird one - the tape measure doesn't lie, but the TK600 doesn't seem to have its head weight concentrated at the nose; better distribution at the same balance.

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    In some respects it's more akin to AT900T which was a very special racket for many.

    I know there are players who want chapter and verse on technical specs but the bottom line is how the racket feels in your hand - not always easy. I prefer the less techy approach but fully appreciate the need for both.

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    for you numbers junkies, my scale rounds to nearest gram
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    VT80 4UG4 308mm 42/93g 2x g08
    ARCFB F G5 277mm 35/91g original grip + 2 g08
    TK6K 4UG5 304mm 41/91g original grip
    TK6K 4UG5 290mm 41/97g original grip + 1 g08

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    Used the TK6000 for the first time today and was very impressed. It seemed to cut through the air very smoothly, although didnt't feel as quick around the net as I had hoped (kind of expected as much). I think it will take a little getting used to (MX60 is my racquet of choice these days), but I think and hope adapting won't be too hard.

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