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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    ^^
    I think what he means to say is that it's a "very good training racket" ...
    Hehe, sort of like how Don Bradman used a golf stick to practise batting in cricket?

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    Haha,
    I can definitely see your point.
    However, I can personally feel that it has a lot to offer. The fact it is demanding makes me to improve my strength more to play with it. Most people complain it is slow, but i believe that it is slow because i am not strong enough or have bad techniques. I try to make adjustments accordingly.
    one example is motorbike, a scooter is definitely easier to ride, no hassle at all, but a supersport 1000cc is a lot harder to ride. And it doesnt mean the supersport is bad.

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    I would like to get myself a first Victor racket... I am offensive player and looking for a head heavy racket...

    The racket I am looking at now is SW35, 36 or 37... anyone can guide me which is the most suitable for offensive and double player?

    And it will be best if someone can share how much it cost for these rackets? My budget is around RM400 or not more than RM450... Thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    I would like to get myself a first Victor racket... I am offensive player and looking for a head heavy racket...

    The racket I am looking at now is SW35, 36 or 37... anyone can guide me which is the most suitable for offensive and double player?

    And it will be best if someone can share how much it cost for these rackets? My budget is around RM400 or not more than RM450... Thank you!!!
    SW35 if you can handle the stiffness. BS10 is also a good choice

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    3x shirts
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    5x rackets (SW37, SW35, MX80, BS10 & SPR22)
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy sky View Post
    I would like to get myself a first Victor racket... I am offensive player and looking for a head heavy racket...

    The racket I am looking at now is SW35, 36 or 37... anyone can guide me which is the most suitable for offensive and double player?

    And it will be best if someone can share how much it cost for these rackets? My budget is around RM400 or not more than RM450... Thank you!!!
    U can get SW35 or SW37 (String+2 compartment bag) for RM350 at modern sports, located at 1st floor pasar basah pj old town jalan othman

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    Wa nice collection. Where u got it from? 3u or 4u?

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    Love the bedsheets ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by avengers88 View Post
    Wa nice collection. Where u got it from? 3u or 4u?
    all my rackets are 3U

    Quote Originally Posted by - иεvvεи٭т -ツ View Post
    Love the bedsheets ^^
    bedsheets not mine obviously, it's my little girl's bedsheets but my wife put it on my bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by troynguyen View Post
    Hey, do you play at Nidie as well? what's your name?
    The V80 is a very good racket. It forces me to learn more as it is very demanding to use. My body is in pain after every sessions of playing.

    I want to try out Victor MX80 as many have said it is an awsome racket, good for doubles.
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    I'm the only guy there with a bag full of Victors

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    Quote Originally Posted by troynguyen View Post
    Haha,
    I can definitely see your point.
    However, I can personally feel that it has a lot to offer. The fact it is demanding makes me to improve my strength more to play with it. Most people complain it is slow, but i believe that it is slow because i am not strong enough or have bad techniques. I try to make adjustments accordingly.
    one example is motorbike, a scooter is definitely easier to ride, no hassle at all, but a supersport 1000cc is a lot harder to ride. And it doesnt mean the supersport is bad.
    You nailed it mate...... that should clear the mind of the doubtful (if they have one lol)
    Last edited by Yoppy; 05-14-2011 at 10:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I'm the only guy there with a bag full of Victors
    You have just invited Troy to peak each bags on his next session

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I'm the only guy there with a bag full of Victors
    Warric right.
    You didnt come on Friday. We could have had some good games.

    Thanks Yoppy!

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    Hey guys .. im planning to get a victor racket .. should i get BS 10 or MX 80 ??? plz help ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin789 View Post
    Hey guys .. im planning to get a victor racket .. should i get BS 10 or MX 80 ??? plz help ..
    Please offer more details. What level of player are you, what is your play style, aggressive smasher, tactical, defensive, speed, doubles, singles, head heavy, head light etc etc. So many things one must consider. It's not as simple as just which is better. Different rackets suit different players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    Please offer more details.intermediate , what is your play style, tactical,speed,singles,head light..
    As quoted above ~ and i would like a racket that can handle high tension ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin789 View Post
    As quoted above ~ and i would like a racket that can handle high tension ~
    Same manufacturer rackets these days pretty much handle the same tensions. Pretty sure a 3U BS10 will handle roughly the same tension as a 3U MX80, so it's a bit tricky trying to recommend a racket just off of that. Could you possibly add any further details as noted above?

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