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    hope this victor thread keeps going instead of having other victor threads about each individual racquet popping everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    Yes, do take note that as victor do not specify the specs, it might be off spec. To answer your question, sw35 is stiffer than at 700.
    Hey thanks, what about the head heaviness factor?

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    I have a chance to have a hit with the old and new AT700 and i feel the AT700 2nd gen is heavier than the 1st Gen AT700. I am not 100% sure but i feel the head heaviness is comparable. However, SW35 hits harder as it is really stiffer. My advice to you is when you decide to get the model you want. Choose from a few of them. It might really feel quite different. It is the same with Yonex racket too. As long as you can handle the racket, SW35 is one of the best attacking racket with excellent feel you can get on the market right now.

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    hello huangxl , just curious , what strings and tension are you using on your bs 9 and bs 11?

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    I have a chance to have a hit with the old and new AT700 and i feel the AT700 2nd gen is heavier than the 1st Gen AT700. I am not 100% sure but i feel the head heaviness is comparable. However, SW35 hits harder as it is really stiffer. My advice to you is when you decide to get the model you want. Choose from a few of them. It might really feel quite different. It is the same with Yonex racket too. As long as you can handle the racket, SW35 is one of the best attacking racket with excellent feel you can get on the market right now.
    Copy that with thanks.

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    I am using B.S 9 with victor VS 850 string at tension 28.

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    i am using zymax 62 at 25lbs ecp

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    used to use zymax 62 27lbs on my apacs lethal 70 , then it snapped within an hour.

    now i'm using vs650 on my bs11 and sw 35 @ 25lbs and bg66sharp @ 26lbs on the bs10.

    prefer the bg66 sharp @ 26lbs over the vs650s, any recommendation close to the bg66 sharps? bg80 bg68?

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    I would like to ask a question regarding SW35...since is one of the best racquet on the market.. Do you think anyone can break TBH Arc Saber Z speed record??

    I just brought a SW35, it feels lighter than Arc Saber Z. I am hoping to have the same feeling as most of the Readers describe....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Hey thanks, what about the head heaviness factor?
    the way I would describe it, is that it has a had heavyness similar to, AT900t/p and a similar stiffness to Ns9900, which = an excellent powerful head heavy racket, with the ability to defend well.

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    [QUOTE=Marpan;1448351]I would like to ask a question regarding SW35...since is one of the best racquet on the market.. Do you think anyone can break TBH Arc Saber Z speed record?? [QUOTE]

    The SW35 (and Victor themselves) don't look to break these records, thius was just PR, for Yonex to sell something at a high price, for the "record smash" they never said that in gaining this power you would sacrifice control though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marpan View Post
    I just brought a SW35, it feels lighter than Arc Saber Z. I am hoping to have the same feeling as most of the Readers describe....
    Congratualtions on your purchase, did you buy 3u or 4u, 3u feels quite light, but it packs a real punch, more user freindly than the Z as well

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    Has spira 21 reached singapore ground? Anyone can provide any insight to the stiffness and the bp?

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    Congratualtions on your purchase, did you buy 3u or 4u, 3u feels quite light, but it packs a real punch, more user freindly than the Z as well[/quote]

    I got the 4U as they did not have the 3U, I hope 4u still can generate the same power as the 3 U

    finger's crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    Has spira 21 reached singapore ground? Anyone can provide any insight to the stiffness and the bp?
    Chris told me last month that it should be available this month.

    From Victor's chart, it is supposed to be very stiff and also head heavy even more than SW35 !

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    This spiral racket will be good for jung & Yong dae to use !

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    Ok, then i am not getting it. For the sake of my arm. LOL

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    Do you guys think there is a large pool of Victor supportors in S'pore? hmmm....

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