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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger242 View Post
    FHF and LYD is currently using medium flex racquets. Just think of a whip and maybe u will understand better. Energy is better conserve and focus footwork on the court. Considering he plays super series for >5days back to back. Non stop everyday...can you imagine? Do you want a stiff shoulder after just one game with extra stiff racquet. Doubles is a fast paced game. Probably that's why JJS switching racquets during the game.
    Ah those guys are used to 6 hours of training, they hour-long matches are not that bad for them. Of course, a hard match will take a toll, but with they physique of most players plus the physiotherapy they can play pretty much every racket without fearing shoulder/back pain. It's more about how they prefer to hit the shuttle, what kind of racket they're used to and what they like.

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    Agree. Depends on the player him/herself on their choice of racquet.

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    can anybody give review about camparison swing speed sw37 between mx80 and sw35?

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    can some people post their wet weight of their sw37 and its balance point. Thanks

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    My 4UG2 sw37 weight 94grams. Use Prince microtac overgrip (full length) on top of original grip & string: bg66. Bp 291.

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    Thanks

    looks like a 4u racket is ideal for me. I like it < 95g and BP <295mm with a medium or medium-stiff shaft.

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    Could someone post the same things from the 3U version?

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    jump-smash wrote this earlier
    " SW37 TW 3U G2 total weight = 96.2 grams BP = 287 mm "

    well I have a 4u on order. Hopefully my wet weight will be between 92-95 with BP at 290mm

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    Thanks. I forgot that he has wroten a review about the 3U version. I've ordered the 4u version too. I hope It wasn't a wrong decision to get the 4U - actually I'm using Arcsaber10, which is 3U.

    Interesting: 4U (todjo): 94g, 291mm BP
    3U (jump-smash): 96.2g, 287mm BP

    Only 2g more? I'm asking myself if it's noticable or not. If not, then I would have been go for 3U. Would be interesting if someone got both versions. I hope 4U won't lack in smash power, because Super Waves serie is designed for Smash power, right?

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    yes,it will feel different,...mine is 4u, wish i can try 3u version

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Thanks. I forgot that he has wroten a review about the 3U version. I've ordered the 4u version too. I hope It wasn't a wrong decision to get the 4U - actually I'm using Arcsaber10, which is 3U.

    Interesting: 4U (todjo): 94g, 291mm BP
    3U (jump-smash): 96.2g, 287mm BP

    Only 2g more? I'm asking myself if it's noticable or not. If not, then I would have been go for 3U. Would be interesting if someone got both versions. I hope 4U won't lack in smash power, because Super Waves serie is designed for Smash power, right?
    if u want this racket for smash, better go 3u. 4u version will less u 2lbs of vertical string tension.

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    remember to post your wet weight and balance point. Shame that my balance can't do .xg

    My racket will be stringed with a silver nbg 98 at 24lbs.

    fingers crossed that I will like my new racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Thanks. I forgot that he has wroten a review about the 3U version. I've ordered the 4u version too. I hope It wasn't a wrong decision to get the 4U - actually I'm using Arcsaber10, which is 3U.

    Interesting: 4U (todjo): 94g, 291mm BP
    3U (jump-smash): 96.2g, 287mm BP

    Only 2g more? I'm asking myself if it's noticable or not. If not, then I would have been go for 3U. Would be interesting if someone got both versions. I hope 4U won't lack in smash power, because Super Waves serie is designed for Smash power, right?
    The weight depends on the grip very much. A heavier grip (i.e. towel grip/one overgrip more/...) will increase the weight without making the racket slower or very different swing-wise. It's unusual for a 3U racket to end up below 97-98g with string and grip, must be a thin grip....I usually add towel grip on wood or one overgrip (depending on the grip size) and my lightest 3U racket weighs ~100g. It's the BS10 and it's still very quick so don't worry too much about the wet weight - dry weight is much more indicative of the racket's characteristics as you'll usually have one setup for all your rackets.

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    I will use a 0.6mm overgrip only (over the original grip). Actually I'm not sure if the 4U is the right one or not
    My racket will be strung with VS850 at 22lbs - first try with a victor racket and victor strings.
    I don't finger-cross that I will like it, but I really really hope I do

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    well I have rackets that the wet weight. ( ie string + overgrip) 80g, 90g, 94g, 94g. So I am used to light rackets.

    Since I mainly play with feather, to get the "pac" sound with lighter rackets. the timing and the "technique" needs to be a bit more correct in my opinion. However, since I have never been coached before, who knows if my technique is even remotely close to being correct anyway. So it is only my opinion.

    VS850 is a good choice. very grippy stuff and has good power.

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    just received my new racket. nbg 98 + victor overgrip

    92g, 290mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    just received my new racket. nbg 98 + victor overgrip 92g, 290mm
    4U? We're waiting for your review My SW37 is still on its way. Superb fast and accurate service by Eric (squash mart). If it's genuine and if it arrives without any damage I could imagine to buy another SW37 in 3U :P

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