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    Well, if the 30ms is 295 and stiff, then get the 10. Might be stiffer than the 30ms (I dunno, never had one) but shouldn't be a huge jump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Well, if the 30ms is 295 and stiff, then get the 10. Might be stiffer than the 30ms (I dunno, never had one) but shouldn't be a huge jump.
    If someone can handle the Cab30MS, they can handle the BS10. Whether they'll like it or not, is a different matter. The 4U BS10 is a sweet doubles racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Call me a freak, but I decided to overlay as best I could the head shapes of the BSLYD and BS15, and this is what I got -

    Attachment 114361

    Attempted to make sure the scales were both the same, and lined up the ends of the cones on each. Whichever way you look at it, the LYD has a more 'rounded' headshape, and the 15 is more elongated. Whether or not in reality it's also going to be narrower and as people are hypothesising - a kinda Z-Slash/VTT style design - is still open to debate.
    hey mike:

    knowing how good you're with this stuff, can you overlay bs15 on z slash... just to see how they compare in narrowness

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    Okay, I've had a bit of a play, but I'm not happy with my level of accuracy.

    I'll hypothesise at this stage though the following -

    BS15 - same width as Z-Slash at 2 and 10 o'clock, however head is longer.
    LYD - same design as standard BS, but slightly shorter head.

    I won't post pix because I'm not confident I've got the scaling correct on the photos as I don't have full photos of the new Braveswords. I could be completely wrong.

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    Thanks, Mike! I was suspecting the frame shape to be like Z slash...

    That settles it, no BS15 for me...

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    Woah, check this out! Custom spec KRP (Korean National Player) BS10 and BS11. Stiffer versions than off-the-shelf. All yours for only 500 bucks for the pair!

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    Wanna go halves Maklike? I bags the BS11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    If someone can handle the Cab30MS, they can handle the BS10. Whether they'll like it or not, is a different matter. The 4U BS10 is a sweet doubles racket.
    the Cab is like the easiest racket iv ever played with, evidently it was my first buy after i fell in love with it. still wish it was alive, i would play with it for ever.

    about the BS10 dose it come in 4U and 3U? im not sure if i can find a 4U unless the 86g is 4U (im terrible with the U numbers)

    my Cab30ms was 94g with grip change and an overgrip, and it still felt like a hot knife cutting throught butter, so i asume 86g BS10 will feel light to me as well, was looking at the BS9 which is 82g i think thats too light and soft for me.

    thanks to evryoen for giving sound advice

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    Dunno man, you'll have to ask someone in EU about these. Most of us get our Victors in HK or TW so the specs are all different.
    The Braveswords generally are super quick rackets and benefit from having a bit of weight behind them otherwise they lose a bit much stability IMHO. The two BS10 3U's I've had have been Net weight 95/97g and BP 297/295 respectively.

    @Renmazuo - I'd actually want the BS11! Who am I kidding - they'd both be so stiff as to be unplayable for me anyway. Still, it would be so cool to have a KR racket in your bag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Dunno man, you'll have to ask someone in EU about these. Most of us get our Victors in HK or TW so the specs are all different.
    The Braveswords generally are super quick rackets and benefit from having a bit of weight behind them otherwise they lose a bit much stability IMHO. The two BS10 3U's I've had have been Net weight 95/97g and BP 297/295 respectively.

    @Renmazuo - I'd actually want the BS11! Who am I kidding - they'd both be so stiff as to be unplayable for me anyway. Still, it would be so cool to have a KR racket in your bag!
    Yeah i hope some one will help me out who knows more about EU weights and sizes. ill probably be buying it from germany found some online for 90Euros so its affordable once i get my pay at end of the month

    And yes the KR versions look saucy but i also agree super stiff is fun to play with but will destroy you after like couple of hours.

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    r1z1a,

    I don't read german, but does tennistown.de have a racket testing programme?

    http://www.tennistown.de/index.php?cPath=25_135_314

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    Problem is that he lives in Switzerland....testing is only for Germany afaik. They also take quite some money for testing, I'd rather go with bts where you only have to pay for sending them back...

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    ic, whats bts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    r1z1a,

    I don't read german, but does tennistown.de have a racket testing programme?

    http://www.tennistown.de/index.php?cPath=25_135_314
    I dont read german too.....Google Chrome is my best friend.

    @j4ckie do u know if the German BS10 a 3U (http://badminton-total.com/shop.php?...untergruppe1=2) one on here.
    It seems like so, which will be fine.
    (since im having to play with a racket i got so my friends and my gf at the time could play with it - and its YY Nanospeed Tour, it feels like jelly, tho sounds meaty on smashes (got BG65ti in pink, and i just cant do it, too girly for me))

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    Yeah, it's a 3U. Afaik, in Germany there's only the 3UG3 version available.

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    Anybody knows where to get bs15 ?? Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Woah, check this out! Custom spec KRP (Korean National Player) BS10 and BS11. Stiffer versions than off-the-shelf. All yours for only 500 bucks for the pair!

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    No surprising news for me. Stiffness for DE coded:
    BS10: 5/5
    BS11: 4/5

    I can get both for you and ship them to your doorstep for 350 AUD.

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