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FZ Forza Kevlar CNT-Power 10000 S and VS

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ucantseeme, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. ucantseeme

    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I interested to get this rackets. My faithful BS10s are discontinued and know I'm looking for a replacement.
    Does this racket has the BS shape around the head?
    How are your experiences about stringing at 35lbs?
    Would the S or the VS version suit me more, cause I love the BS10 till death?
    Any pics of your 10000's are welcome. :)
     
  2. Badderz_Alpha

    Badderz_Alpha Regular Member

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    I can provide pictures :

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    Cant comment how it compares to the Victor since I havent tried it... also consider the Heavy Heavy balanced XPower version...
     
  3. ucantseeme

    ucantseeme Regular Member

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    Badderz_Alpha, what do you know about the head profile? It looks interesting like the hexagon profile of the Brave Swords. Can you agree about that?
     
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    Badderz_Alpha Regular Member

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    Hi, Yes, these rackets do have a "hexagonal" type head, with an "angle" at the front. (similar to the BS i assume)

    the new NForze 10000 and 9000 also have similar, but the heads are overall thinner.... hope that helps..
     
  5. Mark A

    Mark A Regular Member

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    Forza have a habit of making extremely strong rackets. It'd be interesting to see what they've done with the Bravesword (or Octablade) profile...
     
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    Hi I think I can provide you some information, because I have the S version. Its an even balanced racket, with a very fast head. Forza has ranked it stiff, but in Yonex terms it would be the same as Nanospeed 9900. I can hit way harder with this than with any other even balanced rackets, and the control is the best I have ever tried. Its the best racket I have ever tried, but be careful, because once get one you just wanna buy more.(I have 3 :))
     
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    hi..for me..i got the Kevlar x-power x2 and it is the best racket ever..cos am an all rounder type..so with x-power i can do it all..try it..really worth buying it..
     

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