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    BS169 is a head light racket and very flex, so yes its a very forgiving racket

    Im not too sure about Artery Tec Control or Power, what colour are they?

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    The Artery Tec control is blue and has a medium stiff shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiez View Post
    Now there is the problem. Both racket is using different strings. Can't compare that way.
    Any recommendation which string could be the most suitable one for Lethal 60 and SW35... I thought going to string BG 66UM next time... not sure if it is the right one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benwilluk View Post
    The Artery Tec control is blue and has a medium stiff shaft.
    mmmmm........I never tried that mate

    Maybe some else here have???

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    Default For those who need to make home made stencil

    I just made a stencil today. Print--> copy to a thick paper--> laminate (optional) --> Cut
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Victor VS-850 are always a good choice
    Thanks! saw this post too late though since I don't go online everyday:|

    I strung it with a bg66 ultimax at 25. is it any good?

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    I think of the .68 strings I've tried, VS850 is the nicest. People have complained about it "notoriously losing tension" but with my regular stringer this hasn't been an issue. In fact I've had worse loss of tension with complimentary stringing of BG80 from local racket suppliers so I think it probably has more to do with the stringer than the string.
    Also find that white strings have the most consistent characteristics - especially with Zymax67 - so although I've flirted with black strings I'm pretty much just going to stick with white now, just for consistency.

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    I love the feel of VS-850 my BS09. I've only experienced a small drop in tension in the first 2 weeks. The tension seemed to hold up well even after 2 months. Very highly recommended if strung by an experienced stringer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicsnapper View Post
    Thanks! saw this post too late though since I don't go online everyday:|

    I strung it with a bg66 ultimax at 25. is it any good?
    Haven't tried it yet, I tend to stick to .68 strings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Haven't tried it yet, I tend to stick to .68 strings.
    so how does the .68 feel?

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    For UK-based Victor fans (or those with interest) Victor Sport UK has a clearance that includes the BraveSword 169, the price looks really good, if I didn't have a full racquet bag already I would have bought one

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicsnapper View Post
    so how does the .68 feel?
    for me, .68 strings, are the best mix of performance and durability. VS850 is Victors best string, and well worth a shot. I liked ZM62, but broke to quickly. For some reason though I do like BG65ti, after a few hours it's great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    for me, .68 strings, are the best mix of performance and durability. VS850 is Victors best string, and well worth a shot. I liked ZM62, but broke to quickly. For some reason though I do like BG65ti, after a few hours it's great.
    oh... I'm gonna try that after my bg66um breaks anyway, so far so good!

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    guys, any recommendation for what is my next victor racket collection should be (except MX70)?? i owned BS10,BS12 & MX80..and i am thinking of either SP22 or SW37..i like more on all-rounder racket ATM. this is because i want to sell off my YY rackets and get it replace with Victor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    guys, any recommendation for what is my next victor racket collection should be (except MX70)?? i owned BS10,BS12 & MX80..and i am thinking of either SP22 or SW37..i like more on all-rounder racket ATM. this is because i want to sell off my YY rackets and get it replace with Victor...
    you already have the best all rouder that covers speed, power and control ---> MX80
    and you also got an all rounder with tendency towards speed ---> BS12
    but if you want to try all rouder with more tendency towards control ---> SPR22
    and another all rounder with tendency toward power ---> SW37

    it's your call ...

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    Ok so i am sure most people have heard the excuse "it wasnt my fault it was the racket" but tonight i wondered how much does the correct racket specs help the performance.

    Tonight i played singles, against someone who i beat fairly regularly. I had given the AT700L a go for this session as it had worked well the previous night. However i found myself 11-19 down, so i took the action to switch to my SW35 to try and salvage the match, managed to get to 14-19 down before facing MP. But somehow 3 mins later, i found myself 21-20 up ! And eventually winning 25-23. so my question is, how much does the right racket play in determining how well someone can play ? Its clear that i play far better with my SW35 than 700L, unless i am really tired. It could also be down to my opponent overthinking, but i do think my game changed for the better when i changed racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Ok so i am sure most people have heard the excuse "it wasnt my fault it was the racket" but tonight i wondered how much does the correct racket specs help the performance.

    Tonight i played singles, against someone who i beat fairly regularly. I had given the AT700L a go for this session as it had worked well the previous night. However i found myself 11-19 down, so i took the action to switch to my SW35 to try and salvage the match, managed to get to 14-19 down before facing MP. But somehow 3 mins later, i found myself 21-20 up ! And eventually winning 25-23. so my question is, how much does the right racket play in determining how well someone can play ? Its clear that i play far better with my SW35 than 700L, unless i am really tired. It could also be down to my opponent overthinking, but i do think my game changed for the better when i changed racket.
    I wouldn't read too much into that unless you can reproduce it at least a hundred more times with statistical significance and confounding factors taken out hehe.

    But yes I think in general, common sense tells us that the racket which "suits you best" obviously should also work best for you in practise.

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