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    Quote Originally Posted by Badderz_Alpha View Post
    Yes, the 10000 I-Power is rated as "stiff" so yes, its fairly stiff but not as stiff as the VS rackets, I cant really compare it with other brands as I play almost always with Forza. With the I-Power, when timed correctly you do get a good "kick" feel from the shaft, if that makes sense which provides a good bit of power.

    Yes, the Kevlar (now called the CNT Power range) range are also built like tanks, they are probably even stronger than the Ti rackets..
    Well, I'd like to know how the stiffness of the n-forze line compares to the ti line from Forza. I have the Ti 10 000, which is rated as "stiff" and I can honestly say that it is the stiffest racket I own (other stiff rackets I have are: VT80, AT700, TP100C and BS15). It is as stiff as extra stiff rackets from Yonex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendell View Post
    Well, I'd like to know how the stiffness of the n-forze line compares to the ti line from Forza.
    The NForze 10000 I-Power is of similar stiffness to the Ti 10000, maybe got a fraction more flex. but not much between the 2 rackets...

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    You can read both FZ FORZA N-Forze 10000 i-Power and Furious 10000 review at http://badminton.rayvinly.com/how-to...-for-yourself/ by Raymond Law

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    A few close ups of the new rackets..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badderz_Alpha View Post
    A few close ups of the new rackets..

    CNT Power 10.0

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    Hi Badderz_Alpha,
    The 10.0 Power is the same racket than Kevlar 10000 X-Power with new print and new name? If not, wich is the difference?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitizenErased View Post
    Hi Badderz_Alpha,
    The 10.0 Power is the same racket than Kevlar 10000 X-Power with new print and new name? If not, wich is the difference?
    Thanks
    It the 10.0 has a different lower part of the head compared to the XPower, ie. T section going up to around 4/8 O'clock, the shaft and top part of the head seem very similar, probably the same.. the 10.0 is a little more rounded and doesn't have quite as severe "blade" on the front, its fairly flat on the lower part of the head in fact.. both rackets should have the same stiffness..

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    In terms of shaft thinness, weight and balance point, has any difference?

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    Using the 88 holes

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    Hi,

    Has anybody played with a FZ CNT-power 8.0 yet?
    Thinking about it to buy one. But can't find any reviews.

    Gr!

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    If there are people that want to give some Forza rackets a try, I have a couple of used and unused rackets for sale! Check it out: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...a-Rackets-Sale

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    Hi
    Anyone already tried the CNT Power 3.0 Light?

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    I also sell a Forza, Forza Ti555 S if someone is interested.

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    I recently picked up an N-Forze 10000 I-Power strung with Gosen R4X 110 @ 24lbs from a local dealer. My first time writing a summary on these forums. I just wanted to give my short opinion about the racquet:

    Had a 2 hour session with the I-Power 10000. The frame is reminiscent of the braveswords with the sharpish edge. However, comparing with my friend's Bravesword 12 the frame is a little taller on the N-Forze. Must be that slim body frame they talk about. Clears were effortless and smashes had pretty decent power behind them with the proper technique. You do get a bit of a boost with the I-Power shaft if you use a quick wrist actions. Quick as a flash at the net with good handling to boot. Perhaps the shaft or the frame is involved, but in my personal opinion its like a BS12 but with more "punch".

    Overall a lovely racquet to use. I was a bit worried about the stiff shaft posing some difficulty but it was a breeze to handle. Definitely a good buy in my opinion.

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    The 10000 I-power is my racket of choice too, and the good news here is that its being kept in the range for a 3rd year for the 14/15 season in the UK!

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