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Please give me a racket for both single and double

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by nuugut, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. nuugut

    nuugut Regular Member

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    Hi
    I have problem with which racket should I choose. So I need your help.
    My style play is Smash a lot, some cut and drop. Play both single and double.


    I have tried on Voltric Z-Force II 4U before and I think it's little bit exhausting.


    so my need is racket that powerful without exhausting.
    now I looking at VT80 4U and TK9000 4U
    this 2 choices are suit my style?
    or if you have any racket to recommend please give me an advice.


    Thanks
     
  2. T.O.P

    T.O.P Regular Member

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    For Yonex
    Try Arc 10 4U or NS9900 3U,

    For Victor
    Try Mx jjs 4U or Mx80 4U ;)
     
  3. gundamzaku

    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    can you please explain the "exhausting" part? are you just tired after a few shots of smashing, or are you feeling pain after a few shots of smashing? are you out of breath from hitting or from running?
     
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    I think i understand a bit of "exhausting" that you meant. Had similar feeling after use VT80 3U. Try 4U Victor Brave Sword series + victor powerizer attached at 12 & 6 o'clock position. It solves the problem.
     
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    Barca Regular Member

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    If I recall correctly, Arcs 10 does not come in 4U weight class.
     
  6. PinkDawg

    PinkDawg Regular Member

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    Yonex Voltric 80 might be a better choice if you want a less-extreme VZFII. Certainly, if you are exhausted after a while, the voltric 80 will bring you a little relief but if you need much more energy, you might want to look elsewhere like nanoray.
     
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    arc10 & jjs no longer manufactured.

    try arc11 and mx90
     
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    From Victor, would recommend TK-9ooo or TK-6ooo, both in 4u. TK-6ooo being a notch less stiff than TK-9ooo is less exhausting. But, without a doubt, TK-9ooo is currently the most powerful racket in the Thruster-K line-up.
     
  9. TeddyC

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    ...meant to say TK-6ooo is less exhausting than TK-9ooo...
     

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