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    REP XPet comes close I believe. But otherwise I just recommend investing in the MX80 all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch1k0 View Post
    REP XPet comes close I believe. But otherwise I just recommend investing in the MX80 all the way.
    Another vote for MX80, simply the best racket by Victor!

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    Yes it's a very good racket and doesn't appear to get much of a mention these days. If it's too stiff, then MX90 is a good racket too.

    Paul
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    can't wait for the new racket to replace the MX60 with all the fancy technologies used on the Jetspeed and TK series.

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    Can anyone tell how demanding the BS11 3u and MX70 3u are? And can someone compare their stiffness to the stiffness of a VT80 ?

    I have a MX80 3u and think it is too demanding if I have a long session. Otherwise it is a nice racket.

    Usually I use BS12 3u for doubles and like it very much. For singles I'm using a VT80 3u but think due to it's head heavyness it is sometimes too demanding but the stiffness is ok for me - I'm thinking anyway that the VT80 is not really stiff also yonex writes that it should be.

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    Vt80 < bs11 < mx70

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    I never find that BS11 is any demanding. It is very user-friendly. Even more so than Arcs10. I don't have MX70. So I can't judge it against VT80.

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    Jetspeed 9 selling price in Canada $200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch1k0 View Post
    Vt80 < bs11 < mx70
    Dou you think that MX70 is easier to use as the VT80? From what I think is that VT80 is easier than MX80.

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    MX70 is essentially a dumbed down MX80. Sure it will be easier to use since the frame is faster and not as head heavy. But the stiffness may not suit you. If you're comfortable with the VT80 and BS12 stiffness then I would suggest trying the BS11

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    Quote Originally Posted by phalanx View Post
    Dou you think that MX70 is easier to use as the VT80? From what I think is that VT80 is easier than MX80.

    Am surprised u r not looking at Victor's TK range. If u r looking for a more forgiving VT80 equivalent, that would b imo n the fans, the TK-9ooo. It is less stiff than VT80, n definitely less stiff than MX80. Imo, TK-9ooo frame is surely faster than VT80. For some, it proves to b better than VT80 in terms of rally, defense n aggressive play. Myself included. Who knows, it could end up as ur doubles racket...
    ( *.^)
    Last edited by TeddyC; 08-24-2014 at 09:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch1k0 View Post
    MX70 is essentially a dumbed down MX80. Sure it will be easier to use since the frame is faster and not as head heavy. But the stiffness may not suit you. If you're comfortable with the VT80 and BS12 stiffness then I would suggest trying the BS11
    Is stiffness not also an indicator on how demanding a racket is? I don't know exactly what I think is demanding with the MX80, but it is probably the stiffness?

    If u r looking for a more forgiving VT80 equivalent, that would b imo n the fans, the TK-9ooo. It is less stiff than VT80, n definitely less stiff than MX80. Imo, TK-9ooo frame is surely faster than VT80.
    Yes, but unfortunately in Europe there are only the grip sizes and weights which I don't like with the Thruster series. Otherwise I would probably already bought a Thruster 6000 3UG3.

    Edit: I just have seen that Thruster 8000 is available in my preferred 3UG3 and it is rated 3/5 stiff and 4/5 HH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barca View Post
    I never find that BS11 is any demanding. It is very user-friendly. Even more so than Arcs10. I don't have MX70. So I can't judge it against VT80.
    +1
    BS11 is not that stiff and just slight head heavy. Definitely not demanding like the Voltric80 or Zforce.
    Bs11 is a delightful racket to play with, both singles and doubles. Much better than Arc10 in my opinion. I have both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch1k0 View Post
    MX70 is essentially a dumbed down MX80.
    Heh - dumbed down.

    I'd have gone with watered down... and then I'd say get an MX90 instead.

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    LOL.....

    yup, four/five drinks of "watered down" MX70 is equivalent to one strong stout ale of MX90...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    LOL.....

    yup, four/five drinks of "watered down" MX70 is equivalent to one strong stout ale of MX90...
    and about half a shot of MX80 rocket fuel.

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    BS 10 vs BS 11

    Differences in game? What does the slight flex difference make?

    Which is better for a backcourt smashing doubles player?

    What the BS10 has that BS11 doesnt have and what the BS11 has that BS10 doesnt have?

    Thanks

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