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    Thanks for all the comments...but another question... since you guys talk about SW37... BS11 3U or SW37 4U better for double in my case....

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    I know. I just don't want to inflict any 3U Superwaves on any unsuspecting Arc10 users.

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    interesting.

    sw - 4u
    bs - 3u

    Thanks for the recomendation on the BS range. I will look into it sometime next year. But I think my next toy will most likely be a babalot x-feel power.

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    maybe u need to add:

    spira - 4u

    i just bought the sp22 4UG2...but the weight somehow quite confusing. when i weight without string, it indicated 86gm...and after strung with bg66um, the weight became 89gm.
    i supposed 4U spec shall range between 80-84gm. but i can live with that bcoz all my other victors are 3U spec...

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    samsudd_s

    mmm 86,g. does that include the plastic shrink wrap around the handle?

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    ssgg007, yes it is...is that any impact to weight? i tot it can negligable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I know. I just don't want to inflict any 3U Superwaves on any unsuspecting Arc10 users.
    means that SW37 4U is better than BS 12 3U............

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanwong76 View Post
    means that SW37 4U is better than BS 12 3U............
    if u think it is...but imho, BS12 is much better than SW37, regardless the spec.

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    Just heard on the grapevine that a specific shop in Taiwan will be the first to stock the BSLYD. Currently muddling through Google translate to try and get my grubby hands on one.

    I knew I should've learnt Mandarin at school....

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    I think plastic thing weighs over 1g. So it probably just made it into the 4u category.

    Personally, I think most victor 4u are in the 84/85g range.

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    yeah, i do think so...and i am ok with that. sp22 feel quite solid and i really like the color tone.

    Maklike, yes u are rite. my contact is offered me BS LYD two days ago, but with China (CN/CH) coded version only. TW coded not released yet. The price is RM500, which i think bit pricey and i dun want to invest atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    I think plastic thing weighs over 1g. So it probably just made it into the 4u category.Personally, I think most victor 4u are in the 84/85g range.
    If it's a double wrap like on my mx70 and 80, then it's 2g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    yeah, i do think so...and i am ok with that. sp22 feel quite solid and i really like the color tone.

    Maklike, yes u are rite. my contact is offered me BS LYD two days ago, but with China (CN/CH) coded version only. TW coded not released yet. The price is RM500, which i think bit pricey and i dun want to invest atm.
    Can you PM me his details?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mollaio View Post
    Hi all Victor fans,
    I have a question about the weight of Victor racket.
    I bought one Victor Spira 22 racket yesterday. The code is DEF... (I don't have racket here. I remember only the DEF).
    The strange thing is that on the cone it reads 3U G3 but on the tag on the grip it reads abt 92 g!!!
    I am wondering what is the correct weight of this racket. Does German 3U mean 92 g?.
    Thanks,
    I can help. Victor Germany is a bit confusing and their specs in the cataloques. They release weights with strings and without strings. The reason is that some Victor rackets have a default stringing job and some comes without a stringing job. E.g. Meteor X80, BS10, BS11 are only available without a stringing job. They stated strung and unstrung racket specs. Your Spira22 is 3U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Yeah but you can guarantee that they will all play different. Plus the Forzas are awful.
    I know. 4/5 stiffness have variations and the balance 4/5 too. My MX80s play not the same as my SW35s. But I wished a headlight ultrastiff model.
    Offtopic: Forza is leading in terms of technology and materials, they offer a wide spectrum of rackets and specs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Offtopic: Forza is leading in terms of technology and materials, they offer a wide spectrum of rackets and specs.

    Really? All Forza I've seen so far have pretty much the same BP. And I really don't think they're leading in technology, but have rather stable rackets - much more so than YY and V anyway, although LN would give them a run for their money.
    Also, pretty much all rackets are stiff, and that's not so great for some of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post

    Really? All Forza I've seen so far have pretty much the same BP. And I really don't think they're leading in technology, but have rather stable rackets - much more so than YY and V anyway, although LN would give them a run for their money.
    Also, pretty much all rackets are stiff, and that's not so great for some of us
    What do you think which brand is leading in technology? Yes, their balance vary from 285mm to 300mm (dry). Stiffness from 2/5 to 5/5 is available.
    Would you recommend me to try LN?

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