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    i am currently letting go my AT700 LTD as too stiff for me and strung @ 32lbs
    would love to try SW37 since its well balanced racket
    can it support high tension?

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    i agree with u..
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    well the 4u version of sw37 felt better in my hands. that was why I decided on the 4u version over the 3u version

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    just ordered a victor SW 37, cant wait for it to arrive. strung with nbg95 at 25lbs. bought the 3U version cuz i have been using 3U for my entire life. i dont dare to invest on 4U cuz i scared i might not like it. but i might too. hope to try 4u one day

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    *double post*
    Last edited by axl886; 11-28-2011 at 01:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbyz23 View Post
    just ordered a victor SW 37, cant wait for it to arrive. strung with nbg95 at 25lbs. bought the 3U version cuz i have been using 3U for my entire life. i dont dare to invest on 4U cuz i scared i might not like it. but i might too. hope to try 4u one day
    That was my thoughts too. Using a 3U VT70, so I went along with the 3U SW37... loving them both. Both medium stiffness and HH (but VT70 is slightly more), so when I'm feeling tired I go for the SW37. No way that renders it as a backup though!

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    if you are use to a 3u racket then stick to a 3u racket.

    Personally I like a racket with a dry weight between 82-87g. That is why on the whole I like choosing 4u racket. My sotx woven 8a dry weight is 86g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axl886 View Post
    That was my thoughts too. Using a 3U VT70, so I went along with the 3U SW37... loving them both. Both medium stiffness and HH (but VT70 is slightly more), so when I'm feeling tired I go for the SW37. No way that renders it as a backup though!

    SW37 is HH????? Mine is even balanced. I love my 4U. Perfect.

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    SW37 is head heavy. Maybe your grip setup is lowering the BP so much it ends up balanced, which is helped by the low weight, but the racket itself is head heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    SW37 is head heavy. Maybe your grip setup is lowering the BP so much it ends up balanced, which is helped by the low weight, but the racket itself is head heavy.
    Not according to the engraving on the cone. The DOT is in the middle which makes it BALANCED racquet. So, don't know where you got your racquet, but the website is such and supports my findings as well

    http://www.victorsport.com/product_data.php?id=lvHnoJJpKqrMsNOuuPQwwxxyyUUV0
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    Level:SUPER
    Weight : 3U(85~89.9g) / 4U(80~84.9g)
    String Tension LBS : 3U:H≦30 lbs V≦28 lbs / 4U:H≦28 lbs V≦26 lbs
    Length : 675 mm
    Balance:HH○○●○○HL
    Shaft Stiffness:S○○●○○F
    Frame Material : Ultra high modulus graphite+Nano Resin+E.Titanium
    Shaft Material: Ultra high modulus graphite+Nano Resin +7.0 shaft

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    Conclusion.............the SW37 is NOT head heavy, but indeed a well balanced racquet

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    Hm. Interesting. Seems like they are determined to make the SW series less and less head heavy - and less attractive Seriously, why introduce increasingly head light rackets to a series that started as head heavy? The Brave Swords aren't very head heavy either, so I don't see the need :S

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    Okay, so the big question is, do I get one of these or do I get a BS 10? Looking for something to compliment my BS11 and a BS09. Haven't had a whole heap of luck with the Superwaves, so if this is anything like a SW35 it's off my shopping list. Comments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Okay, so the big question is, do I get one of these or do I get a BS 10? Looking for something to compliment my BS11 and a BS09. Haven't had a whole heap of luck with the Superwaves, so if this is anything like a SW35 it's off my shopping list. Comments?
    If you didn't like the mx70, then likely you won't like the sw37?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    If you didn't like the mx70, then likely you won't like the sw37?
    For me that's not the case; sold off the MX70 cos it was too stiff for me - can't exploit it fully. Got a SW37 after and enjoying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axl886 View Post
    For me that's not the case; sold off the MX70 cos it was too stiff for me - can't exploit it fully. Got a SW37 after and enjoying it.
    So, the sw37 feels flexier than mx70 to you? How about head heaviness: which is head heavier?

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    Yes... affirmative (to me). In terms of both static flexing, as well as actual usage.

    If memory serves me correct (since I didn't own them concurrently), HH aspect - they feel similar, but I reckon MX70 feels that little bit heavier.

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