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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.
    Is this the one in your ad or is this another spare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renmazuo27 View Post
    Is this the one in your ad or is this another spare?
    Yep, still got it. Buyer pulled out so I'm a bit p!ssed-off, but it's still available.

    Or if anyone has an MX60 or TSF300Ti Gold I'd be happy to trade

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikki9394 View Post
    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?
    Hrm......its a weird one. Honestly, I can only handle the BS10 on a good day. I find my BS11 (old spec) with slightly less stiffness just that little bit more usable and forgiving. You can't be lazy with the 10

    Why aren't you also considering the MX60? It's the same spec as the old BS11, and while it might be a tad 'metallic' feeling and a smidge slower, it's getting good reviews and is definitely on my radar.

    Failing that.....can't complain about the BS10 really, If you can handle the stiffness, it certainly is a performance piece of kit.

    FYI I string everything these days at 24lbs (23x24lbs to be exact) and use RKEP Ultimate replacement grips. My BS10 is 3UG2 TW spec, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Hrm......its a weird one. Honestly, I can only handle the BS10 on a good day. I find my BS11 (old spec) with slightly less stiffness just that little bit more usable and forgiving. You can't be lazy with the 10

    Why aren't you also considering the MX60? It's the same spec as the old BS11, and while it might be a tad 'metallic' feeling and a smidge slower, it's getting good reviews and is definitely on my radar.

    Failing that.....can't complain about the BS10 really, If you can handle the stiffness, it certainly is a performance piece of kit.

    FYI I string everything these days at 24lbs (23x24lbs to be exact) and use RKEP Ultimate replacement grips. My BS10 is 3UG2 TW spec, yeah.
    MX60... hmm I dont think so... Im looking for something more speedy, control and stiffer. The mx60 seems very similar to my sw37 on my hand...

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    The MX60 is probably quicker. The MX80 is rated head heavier than the SW37, yet the slightly more aerodynamic head and stiffer shaft make it much quicker. BS10 is much more demanding than the SW37, so I'd recommend the BS09 or 11 (09 being probably a bit softer and slightly heavier).
    I haven't played with the SW37, but I found the BS09 sufficiently controlled. If you hit everything too far, increase the tension - if you have trouble with the accuracy other than that (every shot going long/netshots going too high or far), it's technique rather than the racket that's at fault. A stiff racket will only sharpen up defence and add stability on quick movements (defence/drive/smash) at the cost of power.

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    Hi guys, i have busted 2 of my panda racket and looking to move to victor, wonder if you guys can give me advise on which serie suits me best

    i am looking at a racket which is
    Weight:85-86g
    BP: 287 to 290 range
    Flexibility: middle to mild stiff

    (i do not mind old models) So is there any which fits my requirement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sen_jie View Post
    Hi guys, i have busted 2 of my panda racket and looking to move to victor, wonder if you guys can give me advise on which serie suits me best

    i am looking at a racket which is
    Weight:85-86g
    BP: 287 to 290 range
    Flexibility: middle to mild stiff

    (i do not mind old models) So is there any which fits my requirement?
    singles or doubles?

    which panda rackets were you using before, t2, tpro etc?

    oh, and btw welcome to victor, from one previous panda user to another...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sen_jie View Post
    Hi guys, i have busted 2 of my panda racket and looking to move to victor, wonder if you guys can give me advise on which serie suits me best

    i am looking at a racket which is
    Weight:85-86g
    BP: 287 to 290 range
    Flexibility: middle to mild stiff

    (i do not mind old models) So is there any which fits my requirement?
    Hrm........

    Bravesword 09, 12
    Superwaves 37

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    Hi Visor glad to see your prompt reply.

    over the weekend, my tpro handle came loose. and afew months ago my trinity 2 frame just crumple in when i had a huge smash. (previously no cracks etc). Then 2 days ago i busted my precision string. So i guess its a sign to ask me to move in to try other brands wahahaha

    ANd now i am down with shoulder tonsilitis i am unable to use a heavy and stiff racket. Thus looking at something lighter but alittle weight on the head.

    I am a double player. will say low intermediate player?

    Any recommandation for me?

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    Hi Maklike

    yea i am actually looking at BW 09. But seems like quite hard to get my hands on one in Singapore. is it out of production already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sen_jie View Post
    Hi Visor glad to see your prompt reply.

    over the weekend, my tpro handle came loose. and afew months ago my trinity 2 frame just crumple in when i had a huge smash. (previously no cracks etc). Then 2 days ago i busted my precision string. So i guess its a sign to ask me to move in to try other brands wahahaha

    ANd now i am down with shoulder tonsilitis i am unable to use a heavy and stiff racket. Thus looking at something lighter but alittle weight on the head.

    I am a double player. will say low intermediate player?

    Any recommandation for me?
    "shoulder tonsilitis?!" that sounds serious!

    i used to use t2's too... have now switched to mx80, mx70, and also rkep pro 9000 which is a recent excellent acquisition because you can choose your specs a la panda rackets

    my recommendation? any of those 3 rackets! but mx80 may be too stiff for you,

    so a 4u mx70 and the rkep in your prefered specs.

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    Able to feed me with the specs of a 4U Mx70 as compared to a BS 09/12?

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    I still think the Braveswords are better damped than the Meteors......but I'll let you know after I get my new MX60

    (Says the guy who also has an inflamed rotator cuff and is now fine after dumping his MX80)

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    4u mx70 should be around 85g, bp 295mm but plays like a 290mm due to fast frame cross section

    bs12, blech... have one, don't like it... too flexy and headlight, even flexier than the precision that i had in the past!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I still think the Braveswords are better damped than the Meteors......but I'll let you know after I get my new MX60

    (Says the guy who also has an inflamed rotator cuff and is now fine after dumping his MX80)
    tho i find bs are too damped for me compared to mx series... i like to feel my shots

    to alleviate the shock, perhaps you could use a more relaxed grip upon hitting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    tho i find bs are too damped for me compared to mx series... i like to feel my shots

    to alleviate the shock, perhaps you could use a more relaxed grip upon hitting?
    Yeah, or maybe I could just throw the racket at the shuttle?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Yeah, or maybe I could just throw the racket at the shuttle?

    lol, for that, there's already a thread:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t+at+shutt%3Be

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