And here i expected the next racket Victor would launch after Iron Man & Transformer edition, is either G.I.Joe limited edition or Superman edition or Pirate of Carribean. Sadly, it's Bao Chun Lai edition....is addition to JJS, LYD, LHI,.... they run out of creativity to come up with the new name, hence, must borrow their endorsed players names. Waiting in line for printing names on the shaft is Tai Tsu Ying, Liliana Natsir, Tantowi Ahmad, ..... and possibly Lin Dan if they able to sign the sponsorship contract for him.
My only other interest in it is curiosity as to why for this particular jetspeed they bumped the tension limit up to 30 lbs compared to the usual 27 lbs. And in other news. Victor is bringing back the BS09 as the BS09N and it is the ugliest "new" colored racket ever put out by them.
I'm curious as to why there are no BS with specs 5/5 HeadHeavy & 5/5 Stiffness. I have BS11 4U with stiffness 4/5 (supposedly stiffest out of all BS range), then i attached Victor Powerizer at 12 & 6 o'clock, creating 6/6 HeadHeavy BP at the total weight of 3U. It was awesome in term of power, drive, and indeed in defensive. My new VT80 3U was totally lost in all department against modified BS11. Rather than borrowing the name of their endorsed players, or repaint the current model,... Victor would be so much better in creating new rackets in all models. For instance, head heavy BS, head light TK, or even balance JS, or vice versa. There's no absolute rules say that all JS must be head light and all BS must be even balance.