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LCW new racket 2012 anyone knows ( Yonex Voltric Z-Force ) ?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kaifah, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. CanucksDynasty

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    Weight 320g :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I get a sore shoulder with my 150g training racket.
    I can't imagine what a 320g would do.
     
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  3. CanucksDynasty

    CanucksDynasty Regular Member

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    Ha ha...did a google search. The Yonex EZone Xi 98 is a tennis racket not a badminton racket. Jokes on me. :eek:
     
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    You wish Ana is on you...
     
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    Yes. Yes i wish...:D
     
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    Nanoray 900?
     
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    OK you win, since you have close relationship to the MAS players LCW, while I can only get information from professional stringers who are not busy and are able to share these details :D

    What tension is it at by the way? It sounded a much higher pitch than the 30-31lbs as told to us by the professional Yonex stringers.
     
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    I am totally agree with you, especially during Christmas :D
     
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    WOw.. Good to you for the purchase...
    Remember the number keeps on going up.....
     
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    woohoo.. new racket from LCW? Hope i will get my hands on it from LCW next week:D
     
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    with white grip..;)
    Looking forward to see him playing with this racket on tv later..

    20120104_1016-KoreaOpen2012-YVES1652.jpg
    credits to badmintonphoto
     
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    His tension is 30lbs both cross and mains. He might have some strung with Ultimax to try out different
    feel. There are 10 rackets sent to him. Rackets is strung in Malaysia.

    As for the grip, he change it to white doesn't mean anything. It just looks better on the racket.
     
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    And so I am correct when I suggested so :D

    Thanks for the info, ants
     
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    are this be the new VT 90 or VT100 as gossip goes by....
     
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    lcw moved back to bg66 sharp since april 2011, i tot everyone knew it...
    aiseh......
     
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    Closer look of the racket!! From Chinese forum

    VT-ZF.jpg
     
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    It's an NP290 clone :-D :-D

    Li+Ning+NP+290.jpg
     
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    Going by the trapezium-shaped white bit at 12 o'clock, I'd have to say it's a Voltric, but the top cross is VERY high, so it could be a Z-Slash pattern. The plot thickens...
     
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    I hope that is still long shaft racket, and the balance pt would be bit lower than VT 80 :rolleyes:
     

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