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    Hi guys!
    I'm watching for the new FZ Kevlar X-Power, is a bit more head heavy (295) than the others Kevlar 10000 but I have 1 question, maybe BadmintonAlpha could answer it:
    In catalogues appears that the rackets power is 9/10, but Kevlar N Power 10000S (290 bp) is 10/10. Is it correct? I just want more weight in head for more power...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Hi guys!
    I'm watching for the new FZ Kevlar X-Power, is a bit more head heavy (295) than the others Kevlar 10000 but I have 1 question, maybe BadmintonAlpha could answer it:
    In catalogues appears that the rackets power is 9/10, but Kevlar N Power 10000S (290 bp) is 10/10. Is it correct? I just want more weight in head for more power...

    thanks.

    Hi, yes, the X-Power is a Head Heavy version of the 10000S (not VS, it has a bit more flex than the VS) so in theory it should provide a bit more power over the regular 10000S... I have no idea why they are rated differently in the brochure!

    We have yet to receive these in :-( so havent had chance to take a close look at it, but had a quick look on preview day and reports were it plays really well...


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    Thank you very much for such a quick response, if you get to know the reason for this assessment (typo perhaps?), I Would be grateful to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Thank you very much for such a quick response, if you get to know the reason for this assessment (typo perhaps?), I Would be grateful to know.
    we have just received these in this morning (along with the new FZ Titanium 10000 also) and it is rated as 10/10 for power on the shaft, so its possibly just a typo in the brochure... :-/

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    Thanks again, I'm very interested in this model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badderz_Alpha View Post
    we have just received these in this morning (along with the new FZ Titanium 10000 also) and it is rated as 10/10 for power on the shaft, so its possibly just a typo in the brochure... :-/

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    may be I'm abusing your trust, but: Could you tell me what the bp, with grip and strung racket? Whenever you have time to check, of course, I don't wanna be annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badderz_Alpha View Post
    we have just received these in this morning (along with the new FZ Titanium 10000 also) and it is rated as 10/10 for power on the shaft, so its possibly just a typo in the brochure... :-/
    Ah nice! I get mine next week, together with the new Ti. 10000 and N-Forze 10000 I-Power. Can't wait to try them on court! The catalogues have more typo's in it.. Pretty sloppy, but luckily we are here

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    Quite stiff

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    I'm thinking of buying a pair of Forza racket (first ever!) but the hi-end rackets i could find in Indonesia are Forza Ti210 N-Forze CNT (cost IDR 500,000) and Forza Ti270 N-Forze (IDR 625,000) and Forza N-Forze 88 (IDR 720,000). For complete specs http://www.gunturbadminton.com/120--forza

    Any idea which i should be getting? And how about Forza durability? are they durable enough to withstand 28+ Lbs?

    btw, i play double most of the time, intermediate player, attacking style (do lots of clear & smashing), i tried VT80 3U and my wrist got exhausted very fast, but i like the feeling & power of it. I've never tried Forza so no idea how it feels. I'm looking something like this (roughly):

    Head Heavy --|-------- Head Light (8/10)
    Extra Stiff --|-------- Extra Flex (8/10)
    Attacking ---|------- Defensive (7/10)
    40 Lbs -------|--- 25 Lbs (26-28 Lbs)

    Any advices regarding these rackets are extremely appreciated. Thank you

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    You can try Buana Sports at Pasar pagi, or you can check their website:

    http://www.buanasports.com/129--forza

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    Next friday I will get my own CNT X-Power 10000S!! I'll tell you my impresions when I tested it. By now I had the N-Power 10000S in my hands and I can say that it looks gorgeus and feels very very good. stiff range of Forza is stiffer than stiff range of yonex, and 3U weight is lighter than the Yonex raquets. I can't expect for the x-power, head heavier than n-power 10000...
    PD: Maybe because of strings, I don't know, but N_power 10000 is head heavier than the announced especifications:304/302mm in front of 290mm, as appears on catalogue. That is better for me :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Next friday I will get my own CNT X-Power 10000S!! I'll tell you my impresions when I tested it. By now I had the N-Power 10000S in my hands and I can say that it looks gorgeus and feels very very good. stiff range of Forza is stiffer than stiff range of yonex, and 3U weight is lighter than the Yonex raquets. I can't expect for the x-power, head heavier than n-power 10000...
    PD: Maybe because of strings, I don't know, but N_power 10000 is head heavier than the announced especifications:304/302mm in front of 290mm, as appears on catalogue. That is better for me :-D
    Various Photos of both rackets are welcome. Pleaseeeee.

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    can't wait to get my first kevlar racket!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Various Photos of both rackets are welcome. Pleaseeeee.
    I will only be able to post photos of X-Power.
    I had my hands the N-Power because of there was a shipping error and sent me this racket instead of the X-Power XD. I had to return the first racquet. But I have to say that looks so much better than photos of catalogues!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Various Photos of both rackets are welcome. Pleaseeeee.
    Well, only because you asked so nicely

    Here are some quick pictures of the Kevlar 10000 X-Power (blue), the Kevlar 10000 S (Purple) and the N-Forze 10000 I-Power (gold). The "X" delivers great power, the "S" is an amazing allround racket and the "I" is very fast and powerful because of its slim frame and long shaft. It is nice to feel that Forza is developing so rapidly and the rackets get better every season! Both kevlar rackets and some rackets from the titanium series are able to withstand string tensions up to 34 lbs!

    Enjoy the pictures!

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    The frame profile of the I-Power looks interesting. I would like to see some frame profile shots. Maybe someone can deliver, please!? Thanks.

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