Which racket is most similar to Bravesword 11 with the same sword frame?

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  1. s6edge

    s6edge Regular Member

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    Can you share some experience you have with the 90S or 90K, please?
     
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    90s is very easy to use and good at most things, kind of the equivalent to bs12 but a little less flex.

    90k is more extreme, more head heavy for power player.
     
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    s6edge Regular Member

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    Are the 90S and 90K same stiffness?
     
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    I have used ARS90S for over a year and got ARS90K a few weeks ago. As poster stated above the 90K is angled more to power and is head heavier and stiffer than the 90S. 90K is like my Jetspeed12M.
     
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    I would leap on BS LHI 3U if it came back. My son’s go-to racket, but he’s down to one.
     
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    Which BS racket does the BS LHI 3U most similar too? BS12?
     
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    Basically the same as BS11, some say minor differences rather than just a repaint.
     
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    No. Different feel. As for new paint BS11, it seems that a few folk have said it plays differently.
    The good news about being young is that my son can adjust to something new. But I feel for those who play at a high level and are really used to a specific discontinued racket
     
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    The BS11R is a different racket, that is a completely different frame profile and materials.
     

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