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    Definitely. The 1-digit Voltrics are awfully slow. Playtested a friend's (IIRC VT5) and it felt like swinging around an iron pipe...
    Well, a BS11 is pretty easy to play with. Head heaviest of the 2-digit BS, and pretty manageable stiffness. BS168 might be worth looking into as well....afaik LHI's racket, and essentially a slightly more head heavy BS11. A MX60 would probably also be a good choice.

    In any case, every BS or MX racket will be a vast improvement in speed over any Voltric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Definitely. The 1-digit Voltrics are awfully slow. Playtested a friend's (IIRC VT5) and it felt like swinging around an iron pipe...
    Well, a BS11 is pretty easy to play with. Head heaviest of the 2-digit BS, and pretty manageable stiffness. BS168 might be worth looking into as well....afaik LHI's racket, and essentially a slightly more head heavy BS11. A MX60 would probably also be a good choice.

    In any case, every BS or MX racket will be a vast improvement in speed over any Voltric.
    ok good to know, if an MX is more forgiving to off center hits then that might be my best option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post

    While some have mentioned the 80 holes design plays ~1lbs tighter than a regular string pattern I have not noticed anything like that.
    To be honest I think it's just because you pretty much have to start crosses at B8 because of those extra holes and those people are used to racquets starting at B9

    I really didnt see any difference either...

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    At the moment Victor is boring me. So much new rackets with almost the same specs. An At700 racket which is 5/5 stiff and 5/5 headheavy would be something new.
    Victor why couldn't you make you one with Sword, Carbon XT, 80 holes and E-titanium? This would blast your opponents away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basingcraig View Post
    ok good to know, if an MX is more forgiving to off center hits then that might be my best option.
    I would agree with j4ckie in recommending the BS11 or MX60 based on the info you have provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    At the moment Victor is boring me. So much new rackets with almost the same specs. An At700 racket which is 5/5 stiff and 5/5 headheavy would be something new.
    Victor why couldn't you make you one with Sword, Carbon XT, 80 holes and E-titanium? This would blast your opponents away.
    I kinda agree with this. Everything Victor has put out recently has basically been a 300mm BP all-rounder, of various levels of stiffness. They're content with leveraging the LYD and JJS models and these are huge sellers, so there's no real impetus to do anything particularly different or interesting or experimental.

    I still pretty much think that the Bravesword is one of the best racket designs conceived thusfar. Adding a Woven head and upping the BP would be where I'd take Victor, but they have some very expensive star players they need to leverage, as well as investment in differentiating the Meteor line with Woven.

    I don't think we'll see much in the way of interesting from Victor for quite some time.

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    I finally completed my collection .
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    Quote Originally Posted by mew1838 View Post
    I finally completed my collection .
    nice...i wish i can have that too

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    Im too, changing from yonex into victor
    before i owned Zforce, armotec 900P, arc saber 9, Z slash, arc saber 10 but i sold all of my yonex then changing into arc tec 99 classic , BS LYD, MX 80 hope to get MX JJS soon

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    Wow, did you steal his bag from the locker room? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by apachesun View Post
    Im too, changing from yonex into victor
    before i owned Zforce, armotec 900P, arc saber 9, Z slash, arc saber 10 but i sold all of my yonex then changing into arc tec 99 classic , BS LYD, MX 80 hope to get MX JJS soon
    I am going the other way round. I owned SW35, MX80, MX70, SW37 and BS12 before. Just like your case, I sold them off. Now, thinking which Yonex rackets to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokmengng View Post
    I am going the other way round. I owned SW35, MX80, MX70, SW37 and BS12 before. Just like your case, I sold them off. Now, thinking which Yonex rackets to try.
    Dang! You guys should just meet somewhere in the middle like Johore Bahru and do some rackets exchange!

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Dang! You guys should just meet somewhere in the middle like Johore Bahru and do some rackets exchange!
    Hahaha. That's only if i know that earlier!

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    i saw some victor racket with MY CNA XXXXXXX code today. is this something new or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mew1838 View Post
    I finally completed my collection .
    Where do you buy that shirt?

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    Does anyone know if there's a difference in SPECS of victor superwaves 37N ( the new color ) and the regular SW37 ( blue/red color )?

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    go to www.victorracquets.com and contact them. They will have the latest info.

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