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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Yoppy, May 2, 2011.

  1. Ch1k0

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    I'm pretty sure the transformer JS is based off the 8PS
     
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    No Zxion according to the spec though. It would be good if anyone has one and compare to other JS rackets.
     
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    Hello guys,

    Im looking for a replacement for MX80 4U, what would you advice me?
    I've tried JS10 and HX800 and i find the JS10 a little too demanding for my arm (i have shoulder issues) and the HX800 lack on smashing power for me (i may not be able to handle medium racket, im too used to stiff-very stiff)

    Thank you.
     
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    If a 4U JS10 is too demanding, try the 5U version.
     
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    I'm ok with the racket weight but IMO, the JS10 needs a particular swing in order to get the maximum power and this movment isn't natural for me. That's why my arm feel tired quite quickly with it.

    Currently, the racket with which i feel the most confortable is the MX80 in 4U, fast enough for my counter attack type of play and powerful enough when i play on back court.
    The problem is that i just managed to keep one and it seems that the stock is empty at HK (asked winston and he said that he can't have one).


    I was thinking about the JS Ahmad but i didn't find much informations or review about this racket.
     
  6. Ferrerkiko

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    Hi Guys : Any of you have the spec of Victor Jetspeed YYS korea to share.. Heard going be in market soon ..?
     
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    Hey guys I got a tk6000 and a tk9000. Really like them both and the 6000 is my current go to racket.

    I completely over looked the js10 but come across some posts stating it plays head heady (all my rackets are head head-to-head I dont like even balance, it doesn't suit my play/swing style) so can someone please confirm whether this is true or not ?

    As I've read lots and lots of positive comments about the js10 and would love to try it out.
     
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    I would say just a bit but clearly not as much as a TK6000 or TK9000
     
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    Both TKs' bp hovered around 300mm in comparison to JS10 at just below 290mm... for my 4u, at least. Its bp shows it to be head light... at best, with slight hh.

    JS10 is currently no doubt Victor's fastest racket. But to me, its lacking of that oomph that both TKs provide. IME, the BS12 fares better than JS10 in that the BS12 has more oomph but less fast... perhaps JS10 would fare better in 3u...

    With hh background, u should b looking at TK99oo.
     
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  11. Ch1k0

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    So it's essentially a JS Bao with a lower tension limit by a pound. Hmmm I expected that.
     
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    Looks a little less impressive than I thought it might be. Nothing special to be honest.
     
  13. Ch1k0

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    I like that. Less means more.
     
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    Perhaps. History does seem to support that in most cases to be honest.
     
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    I'm happy with the JS Bao. The 12 isn't much tech either.
     
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    Great - I'll swap you my old Carlton for that player-coded K9900 of yours:p.
     
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    But I don't like old Carltons
     
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    Here comes the JS YYS...
    Specs seem like a BS12...
    Does it look like compact frame?
    No Pyrofil?!

    [​IMG]
     
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    Compact frame yes but not as small as the JS10 or TK9900. Same size as the Bao I'll bet.
     
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    Hmmm CSR .... so is gonna feel like TK-15 ?
     

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