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    after all my searching, i've found that my bs10 is best suited for me at the moment, and i'm keeping the mx80 as shoulder training . the rest of my rackets are gonna be sold off. to buy the rest of the mx range and bs range. and to get the victor 2 compartment bag.

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    hi guys, just curious, has victor spira 21 been stopped from production?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asdsadas2008 View Post
    hi guys, just curious, has victor spira 21 been stopped from production?
    yes. the Spira line has been discontinued.

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    thanks for the info bro....i kinda regret it tho, i'm currently using spira 21 and i find it quite nice

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    Got myself an MX80 on sale for $110 CAD. Factory strung at about 22lbs with some victor strings.

    I have to say, the quality of this racket is simply amazing. After a few hours of play and probably 5 hard mishits, this racket is still looking brand new. At first I was worried that the stiff shaft would be a shock to me (used to flexible racket), but now im in love with the stiffness and the control/power it gives me

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    It is still selling at a discount at Chris shop if you are interested.

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    Seems like Victor has two more new models for their Meteor series.

    MX700 - http://www.victorsport.com.cn/produc...uP33DDsNu2Y3CD
    MX3000 - http://www.victorsport.com.cn/produc...f6ccdCNyvwAKHM

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    Could you guys recommend me a racket from the Bravesword series. Im a singles player, im between intermediate and advanced. I don't smash a lot, I like to win games by countering my opponents smashes, and hitting it to the four corners.

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    you can try bravesword 11. thatts the racket lee hyun il is using. i tink ur style is similar to his.

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    What BS is right for you also depends on what stiffness you are comfortable.

    BS09 is medium flex
    BS10 is x-stiff
    BS11 is stiff (at least the old version is)

    The old version BS11 is a great racket. Definitely one of my top 5 rackets, and could very well suit your style.

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    BS168 is actually LHI's racket, and should be close to the BS11. Maybe a bit head heavier, which shouldn't be so bad for singles...

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    Anyone has any idea what is the best price for BRS-10 in Malaysia (Klang Valley) and where to buy ?

    I got quotes ranging from RM480 to RM560 ! What is the "fair price" in town ?

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    480 - 500 can get BRS-10

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    Hi

    can somebody explain what the fundamental difference between the playstyle of the Metor X series and the Brave Sword series is,

    i understand that they have different frame shape ans dome of the MX have the 80 hole design, but what im interested in is how they play,

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    The Meteor frame shape is closer to a standard frame than a Bravesword. As a result, the handling is somewhere in between a 'normal' racket and the quickness of the Braveswords. The plus side is that the frame is more stable, having more torsional stability and weaker vibration on off-center hits. I'm not quite sure how the others behave, as I only own the MX80, but the very high stiffness makes it transfer much of the shock, which I believe the 70 and 60 won't do so much (thus being more stable than a BS, and not transferring much of a shock on not-perfect hits).

    While some have mentioned the 80 holes design plays ~1lbs tighter than a regular string pattern I have not noticed anything like that.


    To make it short: the Bravesword series generally plays very quick, but requires clean hitting as they're neither the most stable nor the most powerful of rackets. A quick swing and good technique with clean hits will make them very powerful and dangerous though.
    The Meteor series (based on the 80) is a tad head heavier and more stable. As a results, less quick (probably around Nanospeed/Nanoray rackets), but potentially more powerful and controlled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    The Meteor frame shape is closer to a standard frame than a Bravesword. As a result, the handling is somewhere in between a 'normal' racket and the quickness of the Braveswords. The plus side is that the frame is more stable, having more torsional stability and weaker vibration on off-center hits. I'm not quite sure how the others behave, as I only own the MX80, but the very high stiffness makes it transfer much of the shock, which I believe the 70 and 60 won't do so much (thus being more stable than a BS, and not transferring much of a shock on not-perfect hits).

    While some have mentioned the 80 holes design plays ~1lbs tighter than a regular string pattern I have not noticed anything like that.


    To make it short: the Bravesword series generally plays very quick, but requires clean hitting as they're neither the most stable nor the most powerful of rackets. A quick swing and good technique with clean hits will make them very powerful and dangerous though.
    The Meteor series (based on the 80) is a tad head heavier and more stable. As a results, less quick (probably around Nanospeed/Nanoray rackets), but potentially more powerful and controlled.
    ok thnaks for the reply, but not the reply i was hoping for

    im using a Yonex VT7 and my reason for changing the racket is that i want something faster,

    i had been looking at the BS 11 or 12 but im not the cleanest or most powerful hitter!

    do you think if i go to a mid flex MX i will notice much difference in speed?

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