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    Just picked up a SW37 from the local store to try it out after getting a MX80... I did notice something about the SW37 and BS12, they both don't have the BKA stamp on it while the older BS and SW35, 36's have it as well as the MX80... I wonder if it's because they're both made in China as opposed to made in Taiwan... Just an interesting tidbit....

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    All my TW coded Victors don't have the BKA logo, but my CNC coded BS11 does. Go figure.

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    For the BS12, are there any different in term of power and speed between 3U and 4U?

    My go to racket is NS9900 and play double only. Sometime I feel it lacks a little power for smashing from the back, but for the net and drive it's awesome.

    Do you think that the BS12 will give extra meat for smashing from the back comparing to NS9900? I can smash good with AT900P, but I sacrifice the speed which is more important for me specially for fast pace double games.

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    If you like the stiffness of the NS9900, then I'd probably recommend the BS10.

    The BS12 isn't as stiff as the BS10.

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    yes, i also prefer BS10 over BS12 after last night session...even it is balance, but i dunno why i felt that BS12 was not gave me the 'power' that i need. maybe i used to play with stiffer rackets i.e VT80, BS10 or because of still in break-in period.

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    another one into my wish List ...
    hmm let's see now
    SPR22
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    MX70
    wow that's a lot of money I have to spend

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    jump-smash, i do think u r such a hard hitter and i do think that BS12 is not suit u enough unless, u are collector of Victor. no offense....

    my go-to now is MX80....its perfect for me. less is more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    jump-smash, i do think u r such a hard hitter and i do think that BS12 is not suit u enough unless, u are collector of Victor. no offense....

    my go-to now is MX80....its perfect for me. less is more....
    thanks for your advise bro
    I like to try new rackets that's all
    if they are not suitable for me than I could just sell them
    and keep a few that I Like most
    MX80 is a keeper for sure

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    Should i sell my VT80 for MX80? LOLLLL that would be a good one .

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    Hi,
    I'm following this thread for quit sometime and read all the comment. Right now i'm using VT80. I would like to try some headlight racket. i want to know between BS10 and BS12 which one is more headlight and which one is more stiffer?

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    from my experience, BS10 is lighter and stiffer than BS12.

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    I vote for BS10 over BS12....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    from my experience, BS10 is lighter and stiffer than BS12.
    Can I say that BS12 is balance and medium stiff?

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    There are no BS12 in the victor website. At lease I can read the product description from the website.

    http://www.victorracquets.com/badminton.php#1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Thanks for the link. look like the BS12 is even balance racket.

    Can someone translate the this url :

    http://www.victorsport.com.tw/upload...VE-SWORD_2.jpg

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    Even to maybe slightly headlight. BP of mine is 288mm and it seems to carry most of that weight in the throat which makes it feel quite light in the hand, which is amplified by how quick it is.

    I wouldn't bother with those graphs, they're notoriously wrong.

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