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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    288-295mm,
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    They're touting it as LYD's new racket. I guess we'll see come February.
    Just wondering where did you get these info from?

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    I'm sworn to secrecy

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    I think this racket could become the choice of quite a few MD players, to join the SW35 and BS10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    288-295mm, rated 'Stiff'.
    If it's really a "7.2" (on the SOTX scale) then it'll be one of the stiffest production rackets ever made. Panda U1 came in at 7.0-7.5; not sure about TC700.

    Of course, if the 7.2 refers to something else entirely then I bet it'll be a wet noodle like most of the other Victors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    If it's really a "7.2" (on the SOTX scale) then it'll be one of the stiffest production rackets ever made. Panda U1 came in at 7.0-7.5; not sure about TC700.

    Of course, if the 7.2 refers to something else entirely then I bet it'll be a wet noodle like most of the other Victors.
    Isn't it shaft thickness 7.2mm rather than stiffness? I assume this "Φ" stands for diameter ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    If it's really a "7.2" (on the SOTX scale) then it'll be one of the stiffest production rackets ever made. Panda U1 came in at 7.0-7.5; not sure about TC700.

    Of course, if the 7.2 refers to something else entirely then I bet it'll be a wet noodle like most of the other Victors.
    Yeah, the SW35 is a 'wet noodle'

    And LYD is a hopeless player with his 'wet noodle' BS09

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Isn't it shaft thickness 7.2mm rather than stiffness? I assume this "Φ" stands for diameter ...
    Obvious now - I looked at it and saw "phi"... D'oh!

    Yeah, the SW35 is a 'wet noodle'

    And LYD is a hopeless player with his 'wet noodle' BS09
    The "wet noodle" was merely my observation that the stiffest YY are way stiffer than the stiffest Victors; I added the "most" to account for the SW35 (which I used to own):P. Anybody who tells me the BS08 doesn't play like a bamboo stick with a doorknob on the end... well, let's just say I won't believe them.

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    nice graphics, i like...

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    Im yet to own a Victor racket, this may as well be

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    BTW, isn't it supose to be Spira22? Ive seen a similar/same pic on the other thread??

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    Sounds good on paper, can't wait to see how it performs against the SW35 :P

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    ryim,

    is it already available in hk? good day my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    Obvious now - I looked at it and saw "phi"... D'oh!



    The "wet noodle" was merely my observation that the stiffest YY are way stiffer than the stiffest Victors; I added the "most" to account for the SW35 (which I used to own):P. Anybody who tells me the BS08 doesn't play like a bamboo stick with a doorknob on the end... well, let's just say I won't believe them.
    I just pissed my pants at that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretemad View Post
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    is it already available in hk? good day my friend.
    Nope, I was browsing for rackets over the weekend and did not see anything new from Victor. We'll all have to wait til 2011

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    The X80 looks really fantastic I might sell off my YY ArcSaber 10 and get a hand of this gorgeous racket. Is the date of the launch of X80 the same as here in Malaysia? or just only in some part of the world.

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    If X80 is 7.2" in stiffness , then I believe N90 will the the stiffest at 8'

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    I'll get one of this for sure (Meteor X 80)

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