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    Quote Originally Posted by gancy View Post
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    How did u find it as compare with ti102nd gen?
    Can't say much about how it match up to Ti10 as I have no personal experience with this classic (seems to be one all-time-favorite Yonex).

    I wonder... anyone else around that might help out on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gancy View Post
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    How did u find it as compare with ti102nd gen?
    I had a chance to try a few stroke with SW 35, it has almost the same feel as ti 10 2nd gen. The same shaft stiffness, but SW 35 is head heavier than ti 10, but still it feel light. For me SW 35 is lighter than SW 33P, so it is good for attacking and defense play. I was a ti10 user, and of several victor rackets that I had tried SW 35 was the closest feel and even better in power and durability than ti 10.

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    thanks Erique, it looks like i can a get a replacement racket for my ti10.

    Do u know how to differentiate Victor spec racket for example like YY 3Ug5 spec? I got no idea abt Victor racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gancy View Post
    thanks Erique, it looks like i can a get a replacement racket for my ti10.

    Do u know how to differentiate Victor spec racket for example like YY 3Ug5 spec? I got no idea abt Victor racket.

    Hi Gancy,

    If I understand you correctly, reading the specifications for Victor rackets follows the standard U & G for weight and grip size respectively.

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    After playing 2nd session, i am able to adapt the head heaviness. Hitting the sweet spot more consistently and able to improve my netting skills.

    Overall a very well built racket and not as expensive as yonex high end racket.

    The rating in my own opinion are:

    Power: 9
    Defense: 8.5
    Control: 8.5
    Net: 8.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erique View Post
    I had a chance to try a few stroke with SW 35, it has almost the same feel as ti 10 2nd gen. The same shaft stiffness, but SW 35 is head heavier than ti 10, but still it feel light. For me SW 35 is lighter than SW 33P, so it is good for attacking and defense play. I was a ti10 user, and of several victor rackets that I had tried SW 35 was the closest feel and even better in power and durability than ti 10.
    kam sai lei... if ti10 is the bench mark... how many percent do you think SW35 is more powerful than ti10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SibugiChai View Post
    kam sai lei... if ti10 is the bench mark... how many percent do you think SW35 is more powerful than ti10?
    In my opinion SW 35 is more powerful because it is head heavier, it's about 20 percent more powerful than ti 10.

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    erique,
    is sw35 has long shaft, short handle and thin profile frame like ti10?

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    hey can anybody compare AT900T with SW 35 in terms of power?

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    What about SW36? Is it not good compared to SW35? The paint job looks nice & it's not as heavy as SW35. I only managed to swing them (without strings) in the shop but have not play with them. One thing I noted from swinging them (BS & SW series) are the air-drag for SW is higher compared to BS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smashf0sho View Post
    hey can anybody compare AT900T with SW 35 in terms of power?

    They are both about quite about equal. It depends on the swing power each individual player can generate. SW35 is at the higher end of the stiffness scale. Arguably, if you have a stronger swing, the effect is more pleasing (one might even say that goes true for most rackets).

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathscythe View Post
    What about SW36? Is it not good compared to SW35? The paint job looks nice & it's not as heavy as SW35. I only managed to swing them (without strings) in the shop but have not play with them. One thing I noted from swinging them (BS & SW series) are the air-drag for SW is higher compared to BS.
    Not to say SW36 is not good. Both cater to different playing style. If you're hard-hitter, you'll like SW35 better. Like you, I have never played with SW36 and just had a chance to swung them (without strings). Hope someone here with experience with SW36 could post a detail review.

    You're right, BS, with its aero-frame cuts down the air-drag. But that really takes fine judgment to notice the difference.

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    Just got my sw35 today... can't wait to try it!!!

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    Hi bros: If compare Victor Super waves 35 Vs yonex nanospeed 9900,

    which one bettter in term of stiffness and power, control, and swing speed ?

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    SW 35 wins hands down bro. Nanospeed 9900 can feel the racket frame vibrate. Not like sw35 solid feeling. and for the price nearly can get double. Only thing is nanospeed easier to maneuver. However, if that is what you are looking for get bravesword 09. Even better than nanospeed 9900. I use to own an mp99, arc10 and ti 10. Sold all. Now i am on victor sintec and babolat. Better racket than yonex and more value for money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezumix View Post
    Just got my sw35 today... can't wait to try it!!!
    Care to give a review after playing with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    SW 35 wins hands down bro. Nanospeed 9900 can feel the racket frame vibrate. Not like sw35 solid feeling. and for the price nearly can get double. Only thing is nanospeed easier to maneuver. However, if that is what you are looking for get bravesword 09. Even better than nanospeed 9900. I use to own an mp99, arc10 and ti 10. Sold all. Now i am on victor sintec and babolat. Better racket than yonex and more value for money.
    Wow !!! You're truly a Victor fan.

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