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    Hi,

    I currently use a voltric Z-force after a year with a voltric 80. I plan to use it still in training but want something more forgiven to play in tournements.
    I plan to buy a head-heavy or balanced racket, but with a medium-stiff shaft. I see that Kason F9 or YY Voltric 70 can be a good choice. What do you think, do you have any other models to suggest ?
    And I can't test before buying, infortunately...

    Thank you in advance
    Koo&Tan

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    The Kason F9 and VT70 are great like you said. But if you're looking for something slightly lower in head weight and stiffness than the VT80 and VTZF, maybe try the BS-LYD but it's stiff. BS-12 is a good choice too for a medium-stiff racket.

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    Victor TK8000.

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    mx60 mx70, mxjjs

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    maybe try li ning n90?

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    Armortec 900 Technique

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    For Victor, I'm not familiar with this brand, but after read some review, I think the thruster can be a good choice.
    I prefere to change for a medium head-heavy racket than a stiff head-light, so I will skip the BS-LYD, N90 and AT 900 T.

    So, I now hesitate between the Kason F9 and Victor TK-8000, what are the main difference, which is the more friendly to use ?

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    Medium Head Heavy ?

    Victor offers 3 type with these specs

    TK 8000 - head heaviest and deliver the utmost power output

    SW 37 - mid between tk8000 and MX60

    MX 60 - most user friendly ever, but less head heavier and probably deliver the least power output

    IMHO + CMIIW

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