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    The MX's were 4U - but only just - and the BS10 is a 3U - but only just.

    Hence the 1g separating them

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    I am starting to think that all victor rackets are made to 3u spec. And "underweight" rackets are classed as 4u. That is why they are just barely 4u.

    This is one of the reason why I got a 4u sw37. Hoping that my reasoning is correct and my racket will end up to be around 85g

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    If you ask Eric for a specific weight, he'll get it for you. I've had Victors ranging from 91-99g Net - but you're right, half of all the Victors I've ever owned come out at 94-95g (Which is just fine by me as that's a nice spec)

    Okay, so I have some Victor new product release dates!

    Jan:
    MX60
    BS15
    SW30


    March:
    BS-LYD
    SH9000ACE shoes


    April:
    MX-2012 London
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    I'm curious as to what the BS-15 is like.

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    i found out something interesting, i take a dry 4U SW37 and a dry 3U BS12 on the weighing machine, their weight different on 1g

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    is MX-2012 london is a new racket or a ltd edition mx 80? O_o

    hmmm, apparently BS-LYD has a different spec compared to BS09 and BS15 is a heavy head version of BS-LYD.

    See the old and new charts attached.

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    I don't see the point of making the BS11 less stiff, moving it across the matrix and renaming the old version the BS15....and then have three rackets around the BS10 which on paper at least appear to be the same.I reckon this essentially confirms that LYD hasn't really been playing with an off the shelf BS09.

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    BS11 in those charts appear to be different stiffness. Different country code?

    And wth is "tough" on the left x axis?!
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    Mis-translation I reckon.

    BS15 is perhaps the most interesting for me, so that will be my purchase for January . No idea why the BS169 is more 'attack' than the BS11, either. The 11 rains the pain whereas the 169 felt like a racket with the 12's weighting and the 10's stiffness - a speed players racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fel8649 View Post
    i found out something interesting, i take a dry 4U SW37 and a dry 3U BS12 on the weighing machine, their weight different on 1g
    84.0g vs 85.0g?

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    Quote Originally Posted by axl886 View Post
    84.0g vs 85.0g?
    not sure is 85 vs 86 or 84 vs 85, when the stock arrived at the shop i just took out the rackets for weighing, that was quite sometime ago

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    I'm sure most of you guys probably already notice it, but according to the chart, There's suppose to be BraveSword 15? anybody got any info on this?

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    It's right where the BS11 used to be but who knows? Due out in Jan. No pix as yet that I know of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    It's right where the BS11 used to be but who knows? Due out in Jan. No pix as yet that I know of.
    hmmm, if this bs15 is head heavier than bs10 but still as stiff, i think i'll be trying that next , as that'll complement my mx80 quite well

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    Okay, so played all evening solely with my new BS10. What can you say about this racket - its just an absolute classic. Powerful, quick, stable...and now with extra clearcoat! The strings are starting to settle in, and the playability is going up every game. Should be sweet after a few more hours.

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    Everytime I hear more about the BS10 it moves me closer to buying it. Really love my BS11 but the BS10 is just sooo intriguing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    Everytime I hear more about the BS10 it moves me closer to buying it. Really love my BS11 but the BS10 is just sooo intriguing.
    same lol this happens when i just recently stocked up on bs09s x_x i have 4 of them too v_v

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