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Most stiffest racket and head heaviest racket in the market now!

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Ferrerkiko, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Ferrerkiko

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    Hi guys : I notice that Z force II is extra stiff with balance point of 295-305.And Mx 80N new version of MX80 is also extra stiff with balance point of 295-305.From what i use MX80 before , i feel MX 80 is the stiffest racket of all rackets in the market now. Hey guys, kindly share your opinion !
     
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    MX80 would probably be the stiffest... feels like wielding a metal pole...
     
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    Actually , currently i am using N90 1st gen, feeling stiff, sold away N55III and N80, which is not as stiff as i expected.Bro , how would you compare MX 80 vs Z force II ?
     
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    I have MX80 and my friend have Z-force 2 and I must say MX80 is stiffer, but VTZF2 is much more head heavy than MX80 (to the point my wrist hurt when I tried to swing it with my wrist)
     
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    Hi Bro Avenger.. Thanks for your comment.Hope more fans can give your view !
     
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    Stiffest and head heaviest racket

    Hi Bro Avenger.. Thanks for your comment.Hope more fans can give your view !
     
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    Latest update : i saw at mybadminton 1 adidas racket , this seems to be more stiff than Z force II .adidas adiPower Force: Stiff with balance point of 305 +/- 3, Z force II only 300-305.Guys , can share your comment on this ?
     
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    Err ... how did you come to the conclusion that the AdiPower Force is stiffer than the VTZF2?
     
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    From my research : Z force II is slightly stiffer than adidas adiPower Force. But head heavy adidas adiPower Force still wins.
     
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    Thanks for the update Ferrerkiko.
     
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    "stuff you never thought you'd read on BC?"
    Or sarcasm?

    x
     
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    Hi Guys : Yonex Z force II , balance point 305, Vs adidas adiPower Force balance point 305 +/- 3..

    Is it means adidas adiPower Force more stiff and head heavy than MX 80 and N90 .. ?

    thanks ?
     
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    Go and do your "research" lah!
     
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    Hi Guys : Yonex Z force II , balance point 305, Vs adidas adiPower Force balance point 305 +/- 3..

    Is it means adidas adiPower Force more stiff and head heavy than MX 80 and N90 .. ?

    thanks ?
     
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    Adipower Force.

    there is nothing like it.

    but the question is... why?
     
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    Hi Kwun: I am finding additional racket that is stiffer and head heavier than my N90 1st gen. Some people say Z force, some say MX 80. Sir could u advise which racket is it : is Adipower Force., MX 80 or Z force II ?

    Thanks
     
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    ZF2 and MX80 not even close to Adipower Force in terms of stiffness and head heaviness. it is almost like swinging a training racket.

    unless you are of exceptional strength though, i don't think many ppl other than say, LD can swing the Adipower Force properly.
     
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    Hi Kwun : you mean Lin dan is using Adipower Force now ?
     
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    i didn't say that.
     
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