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    and finally i got my sw37.

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    nice christmas present to yourself. Hopefully, the racket plays to your expectation

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    after measure my sw37, it got 89g dry weight and 288mm balance point at dry weight. will see later what is wet weight after string and change grip.

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    I'm really confused about the sw37 after my last 2 badminton sessions against my colleague...
    I told you that the sw37 does have an incredible power in it, right? That's what I've missed in the last two sessions
    I really really was unhappy with the whole game with the sw37. My timing were terrible. And my smashes were really bad. AND: It felt really really "weak" in the hand, compared to my Arc10, which is 4U.

    I really can't explain it myself... Let's see in the next sessions how I perform with SW37.

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    I mean "Arc10, which is 3U".

    If you don't have the chance to test a SW37, I'd recommend you to get the 3U-Version. I think the 3U isn't that much heavier but gives more power.
    And another recommendation: Hold another SWXX-racket before to be sure how the SW-series are. The shaft is longer than the shaft of Yonex-rackets. This will affect your timing.

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    The timing is affected differently by every racket. I don't think a longer shaft does have any influence (the overall length is still 675mm, after all), but the differences in flexibility, balance and weight will have a huge influence on how the racket behaves.
    Example: I have an Arc ZS and ZS TH, and the TH (roughly 2,5g heavier) feels very different indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    The timing is affected differently by every racket. I don't think a longer shaft does have any influence (the overall length is still 675mm, after all).
    imo....length of racket shaft will effect the shaft flexibility, so it will cause your timing too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post

    I really can't explain it myself... Let's see in the next sessions how I perform with SW37.
    if u can't explain, i also can't explain...hahaha...

    but i assume:
    1) the racket not suit for your play style
    2) maybe you need more time to accommodate with new racket.

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    It won't affect the flexibility, but how it behaves IMO, only very, very slightly. A 2cm difference would be very noticeable, but as it is, the difference will probably be somewhere in the 5-10mm area. Anyhow, if you start considering shaft length, you should know the EXACT weight, balance point and stiffness first because even a 2g difference will have a much bigger influence than that.

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    mmm.. I had timing problems as well at the start as explain in my review. Especially when you are so used to a different racket.

    watching these videos help me with my timing. I like the style that he uses.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/coachingbadminton


    I quite agreed that weight and bp affects things a lot. I definitely know that for my style of play I can only play with the following type effectively,

    3u racket < 295mm bp
    4u racket < 300mm bp

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    I quite agreed that weight and bp affects things a lot. I definitely know that for my style of play I can only play with the following type effectively, 3u racket < 295mm bp, 4u racket < 300mm bp
    And specifically for me, also mentioned in our absolute head wt thread, a head wt of no more than 42.5g (with strings).

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    what the waste of money, i went to badminton shop to string my new sw37 with v850, but the string not available. without thinking longer, i just string it with v650. will see it tomorrow wether it perform well or not.

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    riffsuad,

    wasn't there other YY strings for you to try? like 66 ultimax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riffsuad View Post
    what the waste of money, i went to badminton shop to string my new sw37 with v850, but the string not available. without thinking longer, i just string it with v650. will see it tomorrow wether it perform well or not.
    bro, apart from sw37, are u trying other victor rackets too? imho, sw37 just simply feel no comparable to BS12 in term of playability (with the same spec)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    bro, apart from sw37, are u trying other victor rackets too? imho, sw37 just simply feel no comparable to BS12 in term of playability (with the same spec)....
    in victor racket i only had chance to use sw35, and it was mine. A lot of my friend use yonex racket only. Anyway sw35 is the beast imo...

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    i heard spira 21 has the same feeling with sw35... is this true?

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    hmmm, though spira 21 is extra stiff, the slim shaft makes it feels more like arc10 while SW35 feel more solid like AT900P.

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