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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I have a spare BS10 for sale if you're looking for one.
    What sort of condition is it in Maklike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    My BS10 is much quicker than the Ti-10, and does not have the same head weight. Even taking into consideration my Ti-10 is 2U, the BS is the much quicker of the two. The stiffness is comparable, although I find the Ti-10 a bit stiffer and less forgiving. It's also not dampened as well (the 'ping' when you hit the shuttle lasts much longer, and although I don't feel a lot of vibration, it's much harder on the arm than the BS).
    Oh, and my Ti-10 is a regular, non-ltd. model
    So in summary u are trying to say:
    BS10 - quicker, more forgiving
    Ti-10 - More control, better vibration control

    Correct me if this is not what u trying to say.

    Apart from that I really wonder how the stiffness of BS LYD will be compared to BS11... Really hope that it is stiffer than BS11 even though both rated as slightly stiff... Else I think I will be getting either Ti-10 or BS10

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    Ti-10 vibrates more - although I don't actually feel it as with a mishit, but it seems to have a bad effect on the arm....
    The BS10 is slightly more forgiving and a quicker, more efficient racket.

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    Just got my BS 10 from e-link @amk, strung at 25lbs, but it feels like its 28lbs ahaha. Can't wait to try it. There were many lnewer models such as the BS15 there too but I still decided to get the BS 10

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    Now what is going on here
    I always look on the Victor international website and today I happen to check on the taiwan site.
    The specification of several racquets are different!! WTH?

    BS11 Intl:
    stiff o0ooo flex
    HH oo0oo HL

    BS11 Taiwan:
    stiff ooo0o flex
    HH oo0oo HL

    BS10 Intl:
    Stiff 0oooo Flex
    HH oo0oo HL

    BS10 Taiwan:
    Stiff o0ooo Flex
    HH oo0oo HL

    Some also said that BS10 is actually head heavy and can actually go up to 305bp
    Im so confused now

    Source:
    Victor Taiwan: http://www.victorsport.com.tw/product_data.php?id=oR1kcqZw9QWESq2veMjTq3raxA2li

    V
    ictor Intl: http://www.victorsport.com/product_d...veMjTq3raxA2li
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    You're new here, aren't you?


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    Quite... ahahaha! Look at my post count U should roughly know how long ive been here lol!
    Btw, mind explain please?

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    Yeah - you're right, they are different specs for different countries. We all think it's pretty stupid but Victor in their infinite wisdom decided to make the EU and Asian rackets different specs. *shrug*

    Personally, I can't imagine why anyone would want a BS10 stiffer than the Asian one, but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Yeah - you're right, they are different specs for different countries. We all think it's pretty stupid but Victor in their infinite wisdom decided to make the EU and Asian rackets different specs. *shrug*

    Personally, I can't imagine why anyone would want a BS10 stiffer than the Asian one, but that's just me.
    Haha true... but the 1 in taiwan website rated BS11 stiffness as more flexible...
    This doesn't make any sense to me when the Intl BS11 is at slightly stiff...
    Nowonder last time I try the BS11 in a shop that sells taiwan stock felt the BS11 so flexible... sigh...

    Btw, whats the bp of your BS10? what string and grip

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    Can someone please do a quick comparison between BS10 and Mx70?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JukUx View Post
    Can someone please do a quick comparison between BS10 and Mx70?
    Thanks!
    BS10, slightly faster, much stiffer, better damped, less 'zingy'.

    Haha true... but the 1 in taiwan website rated BS11 stiffness as more flexible...
    This doesn't make any sense to me when the Intl BS11 is at slightly stiff...
    Nowonder last time I try the BS11 in a shop that sells taiwan stock felt the BS11 so flexible... sigh...

    Quote Originally Posted by ikki9394
    Btw, whats the bp of your BS10? what string and grip?


    295mm.

    The latest 2011-12 model BS11 they dropped the stiffness down from the original. Don't ask me why. I still think it would play okay though, but you're right - I have held off buying another because it won't be the same as my old BS11.

    From memory I think Chris AW in Singapore still has the old model if you want one. The downside of that is that the old model doesnt have clearcoat over the hologram decals and they flake off super easy.

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    Someone selling off bs lyd in buy sell forum... Looks like bs15 and bs lyd not easy to tame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    BS10, slightly faster, much stiffer, better damped, less 'zingy'.

    Haha true... but the 1 in taiwan website rated BS11 stiffness as more flexible...
    This doesn't make any sense to me when the Intl BS11 is at slightly stiff...
    Nowonder last time I try the BS11 in a shop that sells taiwan stock felt the BS11 so flexible... sigh...



    295mm.

    The latest 2011-12 model BS11 they dropped the stiffness down from the original. Don't ask me why. I still think it would play okay though, but you're right - I have held off buying another because it won't be the same as my old BS11.

    From memory I think Chris AW in Singapore still has the old model if you want one. The downside of that is that the old model doesnt have clearcoat over the hologram decals and they flake off super easy.
    Wait. I understand that you're saying that the BS11 Taiwan Version is more flexible than any of the other versions. But is what you are saying now is that the 2011-12 models are all as flexible as the Taiwan Version?

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    No idea what flex the latest EU or US ones are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    BS10, slightly faster, much stiffer, better damped, less 'zingy'.

    Haha true... but the 1 in taiwan website rated BS11 stiffness as more flexible...
    This doesn't make any sense to me when the Intl BS11 is at slightly stiff...
    Nowonder last time I try the BS11 in a shop that sells taiwan stock felt the BS11 so flexible... sigh...



    295mm.

    The latest 2011-12 model BS11 they dropped the stiffness down from the original. Don't ask me why. I still think it would play okay though, but you're right - I have held off buying another because it won't be the same as my old BS11.

    From memory I think Chris AW in Singapore still has the old model if you want one. The downside of that is that the old model doesnt have clearcoat over the hologram decals and they flake off super easy.
    Hmm... look like BS10 is exactly what I am looking for...
    Almost same bp as my sw37(at 294)
    Im pretty sure BS10 is much quicker but wonder how bout the smash produced

    Aw Chris has the old version? Actually I dont really care bout the cosmetics but when I think of it... If it really comes off I can only sell it at lower value if I don't like it... plus I can't really try it out before buying as my location kinda far away from Aw Chris...

    Edit: btw, still wanna see how BS LYD goes compared to BS10 and BS11. I really like the colour and design of BS15 out of all the BS range of racquets but came across some articles saying that ppl still prefer BS LYD (forgotten the source)
    Last edited by ikki9394; 02-27-2012 at 02:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikki9394 View Post
    Hmm... look like BS10 is exactly what I am looking for...Almost same bp as my sw37(at 294)Im pretty sure BS10 is much quicker but wonder how bout the smash produced
    Safe to say the BS10 is a LOT stiffer than the SW37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Safe to say the BS10 is a LOT stiffer than the SW37.
    Yeah thats why I was looking at BS11 initially but the stiffness of it is nothing diff from my sw37... thats why Im looking into bs10, ti-10 and BS LYD now

    Although BS10 it is harder to wield, but speed and control is what I am seeking now heh! With the almost identical head heaviness and more aerodynamic frame, it should produce at least a smash at par with sw37 if I wield it correctly
    Oh just to make sure... is your BS10 3UG2? Btw... im still curious what grip and what string u used and strung at what lb?

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