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    Quote Originally Posted by SlaShEr View Post
    I don't understand what LYD said Aramis, im sure it'll be good stuff but could you somehow give a brief translation of what he said regarding this racket? I'm curious..
    "To provide all players a racquet that is suited to them, we produced a new series that combined all three elements of stability, speed and strength: our MX80. Meteor MX80 is born.
    As well as using the same carbon fibre technology as the SPIRA to strengthen the frame, the MX80 also uses our new eight-bladed structure technology and our Peak Waves technology. The eight-bladed structure technology and Peak Waves technology improves the stability of the head of the racquet and strengthen it for attack.
    We also made improvements in the frame itself in the stringed area. We have gone from 72 holes to 80 holes giving an unprecedented low rate of wastage in string."
    Mr. Alvin Li
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    Victor Racquets Industrial Corp

    "When I tried the Meteor X80; because I personally need a stable racquet that can handle drive shots; I think that the stability of this racquet is very good. It is good at handling drive shots. This racquet has also improved my weaker area of attack. I think this is a very good racquet.
    The research and development team are awesome!"
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    Was that just for 'promotion'? I think he really like the BS09 though.
    That is what I thought too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post

    Nice ! They have SW37 and BS12 also. Both look the same leh.

    Seems like they are coming out with racquets which are less stiff and less head heavy.

    From the response to the questions posed by potential buyers, the Legend is apparently more difficult to use though it is more powerful.

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    The MX80 does seem very interesting but I wouldn't take LYD's word for it...I'd rather go and get one and try it myself. I'm pretty sure he's not going to say..."The MX80 sucks...give me my BS09"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    The MX80 does seem very interesting but I wouldn't take LYD's word for it...I'd rather go and get one and try it myself. I'm pretty sure he's not going to say..."The MX80 sucks...give me my BS09"
    No, he is saying, "The MX80 is good.. but my BS09 is better."

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    Hands up if you're so dumb that you've only just discovered marketing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Hands up if you're so dumb that you've only just discovered marketing?
    Couldn't find a hands up icon.. thumbs up!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    The MX80 does seem very interesting but I wouldn't take LYD's word for it...I'd rather go and get one and try it myself. I'm pretty sure he's not going to say..."The MX80 sucks...give me my BS09"

    well, atleast people know at which aspect of the game that the the racket will help/improve on...what if someone needs an offensive racket and all LYD said was how good/great this racket is for defending?

    just my morning 2 cents...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    No, he is saying, "The MX80 is good.. but my BS09 is better."
    Very animal farm leh.

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    I think this racket promise alot but I don't believe the advertising and marketing. I give it a try or wait for some good reviews from some well known BC members.
    On specs and technologies it sounds good, but this doesn't mean that it performs well.
    It seems it is very similar to the SP21 and SW35. If Victor make a racket which melt the strength of the SW35 and BS10 together it will be a the racket for me.
    Is somebody here who can explain the pros of the octablade frame compared to the BS frame in terms of aerodynamics?
    Maybe I'm too stupid to understand but I can't believe that the octablade frame swings faster than the BS frame. Somebody can explain it?

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    It's head heavier than either the SP21 or SW35 according to the specs.

    The SP21 and SW35 are very evenly balanced - as is the BS10 - so the Meteor is a bit of a departure for Victor. The BS and SW model lines are pretty much full, so it's good to see them do something that's going to compete with the Voltrics of the world.

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    I don't agree with the term that the SW35 is even balanced. My SW35 (strung and with Karakal Super PU) has the balance point 310mm. This feels headheavy.

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    I don't think MX 80's comment is really said by Lee Yong Dae, if its so , how come he's not using it , he is still using brave sword 9 now ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    I don't agree with the term that the SW35 is even balanced. My SW35 (strung and with Karakal Super PU) has the balance point 310mm. This feels headheavy.
    yup, second this.. but the spec publish recently in victor tw website state its even balance maybe the new version and really even balance if the victor decide to change the spec and will wait for someone to review it .. if true.. time to restock old sw35 for sure.. but if the spec list in the website carries the old spec i wonder how heavy x80 will be since the x80 spec published little heavy while sw35 clearly show its even balance..
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    Quote Originally Posted by awekuda View Post
    yup, second this.. but the spec publish recently in victor tw website state its even balance maybe the new version and really even balance if the victor decide to change the spec and will wait for someone to review it .. if true.. time to restock old sw35 for sure.. but if the spec list in the website carries the old spec i wonder how heavy x80 will be since the x80 spec published little heavy while sw35 clearly show its even balance..
    sorry wrong info.. only bs series and sw36 with new frame wording.. my bad
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    I had a SW35 for about 6 months and it's no more head heavy than an Arc10! I hope the codes don't have different weighting specs, mine was a TW coded 3U. It wasn't even close to being as head heavy as my AT900T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I had a SW35 for about 6 months and it's no more head heavy than an Arc10! I hope the codes don't have different weighting specs, mine was a TW coded 3U. It wasn't even close to being as head heavy as my AT900T.
    Maybe a difference based on production which is normal. Some companies state the balance point plus +/-5mm. Maybe I have a racket with the balance point +5mm and you had a racket with balance point -5mm. This could explain the different feeling.
    I have the DE coded SW35 a.k.a the SIW35 which should be the same. Mine is 3U,too.
    Did you applied a thick replacement grip and an overgrip?
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