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    @Juventus1

    Thanks for the tips mate

    Btw, are u sure that we should lower our string tension until 1/2 - 1 Lbs for VTZF ?

    Care to explain the reasoning please ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    @Juventus1

    Thanks for the tips mate

    Btw, are u sure that we should lower our string tension until 1/2 - 1 Lbs for VTZF ?

    Care to explain the reasoning please ?
    VTZF racket head is smaller than normal Isometric head, therefore the same tension of string would give higher stress to the VTZF frame, than normal isometric frame.

    If your normal tension is 25, by using same string you should string your VTZF at around 24.5 or 24 to give similar feedback as you would get on 25 tension normal Iso head.

    In my opinion, since you are switching between ISO & Oval head racket back & forth, adjusting your timing for VTZF is just like walking in the park. Place your order for 4U VTZF quickly, then i could go there for trial
    Oooppss... I am losing control when talk about VTZF...
    Last edited by Licin; 03-08-2012 at 03:58 AM.

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    Sounds good in theory, but what percentage of string length are you sacrificing with the ZF over a normal ISO?

    If say length-wise the head is 5mm shorter than ISO, that's only a 2% difference, which equals 0.54lb @ 27lbs.

    So let's say 0.5lbs

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    What if you are switching from oval to iso head heavy racquet? Should I keep the same tension?

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    Finally, I had this racquet in my hand at All Englands. i also saw the limited edition which is due out in June - very nice although I prefer the green.

    Yes, it's heavier in the head and stiffer than VT80. Sadly I wasn't allowed to have a hit with it but will get hold of one very soon so that I can write a review.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Finally, I had this racquet in my hand at All Englands. i also saw the limited edition which is due out in June - very nice although I prefer the green. Yes, it's heavier in the head and stiffer than VT80. Sadly I wasn't allowed to have a hit with it but will get hold of one very soon so that I can write a review. Paulwww.badminton-coach.co.uk
    What does the limited edition look like?

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    plz help to post the pic of the vt zf ltd....
    the best looking racket for 2012!!

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    Hey there, i'm back.
    It looks like my Photobucket bandwidth has exceeded the limit already.
    Shoot. My photos can't be displayed.
    Anyone knows a good photosharing service other than PB..?

    Anyways, Part 2 or my review is still going on, and this due to the fact that i tend to take a while to get accustomed to new rackets.
    I'm working my best to give good findings on the VT-ZF, but it might take a while though.

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    UPDATE: I decided to go Pro with PB, so that solves my issues there.

    For those who missed Part 1, you can find it here:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...86#post1854886

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    i'd reckon it'd be glossy and gold since its an olympic year maybe some red accents too

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    i'd reckon it'd be glossy and gold since its an olympic year maybe some red accents too
    BUT WHY!! I like the matte look and feel!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    VTZF racket head is smaller than normal Isometric head, therefore the same tension of string would give higher stress to the VTZF frame, than normal isometric frame.

    If your normal tension is 25, by using same string you should string your VTZF at around 24.5 or 24 to give similar feedback as you would get on 25 tension normal Iso head.

    In my opinion, since you are switching between ISO & Oval head racket back & forth, adjusting your timing for VTZF is just like walking in the park. Place your order for 4U VTZF quickly, then i could go there for trial
    Oooppss... I am losing control when talk about VTZF...
    @Licin

    Thanks dude. FYI I apply 26 Lbs for my CAB30/CAB35, and 27 Lbs for my VT70.

    Probably I shall apply 26 (or perhaps 26.5) Lbs too for my VTZF.

    I shall chat with you concerning my plan for ordering VTZF bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Finally, I had this racquet in my hand at All Englands. i also saw the limited edition which is due out in June - very nice although I prefer the green.

    Yes, it's heavier in the head and stiffer than VT80. Sadly I wasn't allowed to have a hit with it but will get hold of one very soon so that I can write a review.

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk
    Hi Paul, is this available to buy at the All England?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    @Licin

    Thanks dude. FYI I apply 26 Lbs for my CAB30/CAB35, and 27 Lbs for my VT70.

    Probably I shall apply 26 (or perhaps 26.5) Lbs too for my VTZF.

    I shall chat with you concerning my plan for ordering VTZF bro.
    I am looking forward to hear from you soon

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    210 @ all england, but you get free bag worth 40

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Finally, I had this racquet in my hand at All Englands. i also saw the limited edition which is due out in June - very nice although I prefer the green. Yes, it's heavier in the head and stiffer than VT80. Sadly I wasn't allowed to have a hit with it but will get hold of one very soon so that I can write a review. Paulwww.badminton-coach.co.uk
    More head heavy and stiffer than vt80? Hmmm I dun think it is going to be The racket for lesser skilled players like most of here. Sounds that it not going to be kind to our arms

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzrinRain View Post
    Hey there, i'm back.
    It looks like my Photobucket bandwidth has exceeded the limit already.
    Shoot. My photos can't be displayed.
    Anyone knows a good photosharing service other than PB..?

    Anyways, Part 2 or my review is still going on, and this due to the fact that i tend to take a while to get accustomed to new rackets.
    I'm working my best to give good findings on the VT-ZF, but it might take a while though.
    you can upload pictures to picasaweb by google, and your bandwidth is never limited

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