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    guys, can u share a photo of carsten mogensen racket's which zooming at the bottom handle...thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
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    VTZF and VTZF Limited - all JP Version / all 4U-G5























    Thanks for the pics! The ZF LTD looks way nicer than I thought they would in these.

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    Yes... I do agree with you BlueTornado, it looks way nicer than i thought as well....

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    you're most welcome guys

    btw, after playing with both racquets for several weeks, I feel that VTZF Ltd is stiffer compared to VTZF regular.

    Both original balance points (VTZF and VTZF Limited) are equal = 315 mm (unstrung / no overgrip)

    IMHO

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    Holy Mother Lode! I'd have to find a second job to support a habit like that!

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    finally! the perfect combination of my VTZF has been found! I've tried BG65, BG66, BG66UM, NBG98, BG80P, and finally, I strung it with NBG99~ and it's generates a powerful smash! strung it at 31lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    finally! the perfect combination of my VTZF has been found! I've tried BG65, BG66, BG66UM, NBG98, BG80P, and finally, I strung it with NBG99~ and it's generates a powerful smash! strung it at 31lbs.
    Cool. I'll be trying NBG99 next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Cool. I'll be trying NBG99 next.
    yes, you should try Nanogy99..it's has power, and control.

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    I agree

    I strung my VTZF with NBG99 @27 Lbs too

    Power output seems to be better, and Control felt more solid.

    IMHO

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    Had a bad outing with my VT-ZF (3UG5) the last couple of weeks.

    Last week...I was fighting a cold (no energy) and was absolutely dreadful with my VT-ZF. Miss hits galore . Lost 1st game due to unforced errors and barely passed double digits (I think I got 11 points). Switched to my N90II and won the next 2 games.

    Last night...my back was bothering me all day (pain on lower back). No miss hits this time but I lacked power in my smashes . Lost 2 games. So switched back to my N90II and won the next 2 games .

    So basically...if I'm not 100% I shouldn't be using my VT-ZF.

    Thought I'd share my recent experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Had a bad outing with my VT-ZF (3UG5) the last couple of weeks.

    Last week...I was fighting a cold (no energy) and was absolutely dreadful with my VT-ZF. Miss hits galore . Lost 1st game due to unforced errors and barely passed double digits (I think I got 11 points). Switched to my N90II and won the next 2 games.

    Last night...my back was bothering me all day (pain on lower back). No miss hits this time but I lacked power in my smashes . Lost 2 games. So switched back to my N90II and won the next 2 games .

    So basically...if I'm not 100% I shouldn't be using my VT-ZF.

    Thought I'd share my recent experience.
    My experiences have been very similar. Two days ago I used my 3U ZF and, being on top of my game that day, it was incredible to play with. Powerful smashes, great control, everything seemed to repulse off the stringbed so easily. When I'm not playing at my best though, it's a pain (sometimes literally) to use. I most often fall back on my F9 or, what do you know, my N90-II like you

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    my friend used an isometric 600power until he finally broke it and he bought the zforce and he mishit so many shots it's just funny. but after a while he got used to the racket and his game was back to normal

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Had a bad outing with my VT-ZF (3UG5) the last couple of weeks.

    Last week...I was fighting a cold (no energy) and was absolutely dreadful with my VT-ZF. Miss hits galore . Lost 1st game due to unforced errors and barely passed double digits (I think I got 11 points). Switched to my N90II and won the next 2 games.

    Last night...my back was bothering me all day (pain on lower back). No miss hits this time but I lacked power in my smashes . Lost 2 games. So switched back to my N90II and won the next 2 games .

    So basically...if I'm not 100% I shouldn't be using my VT-ZF.

    Thought I'd share my recent experience.
    Wow I've had the same experience; when I'm feeling "on my game" or energized I play well with the z force but when I feel fatigued or not 100% I have a lot of mishits...it can be quite frustrating

    Although at that point I switch to my Lethal 70

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Had a bad outing with my VT-ZF (3UG5) the last couple of weeks.

    Last week...I was fighting a cold (no energy) and was absolutely dreadful with my VT-ZF. Miss hits galore . Lost 1st game due to unforced errors and barely passed double digits (I think I got 11 points). Switched to my N90II and won the next 2 games.

    Last night...my back was bothering me all day (pain on lower back). No miss hits this time but I lacked power in my smashes . Lost 2 games. So switched back to my N90II and won the next 2 games .

    So basically...if I'm not 100% I shouldn't be using my VT-ZF.

    Thought I'd share my recent experience.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    My experiences have been very similar. Two days ago I used my 3U ZF and, being on top of my game that day, it was incredible to play with. Powerful smashes, great control, everything seemed to repulse off the stringbed so easily. When I'm not playing at my best though, it's a pain (sometimes literally) to use. I most often fall back on my F9 or, what do you know, my N90-II like you
    That is why i have an idea to own 3U & 4U Green VTZF. Choose whichever suits my condition at a given time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    That is why i have an idea to own 3U & 4U Green VTZF. Choose whichever suits my condition at a given time.
    I have the same thought as well. But thinking of getting a 4UG5 purple VTZF LTD instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    I have the same thought as well. But thinking of getting a 4UG5 purple VTZF LTD instead.
    Oh i see... VTZF LTD is definitely looks sexier & snappy as compared to the green one.
    I have own 3U VTZF LTD, i did not really like it, thus i sell it. I have never tried the 4U version though, will have to try clawhammers 4U VTZF LTD. On the other hand, i have tried 3U & 4U Green VTZF, like them both...saving money to buy those..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Oh i see... VTZF LTD is definitely looks sexier & snappy as compared to the green one.
    I have own 3U VTZF LTD, i did not really like it, thus i sell it. I have never tried the 4U version though, will have to try clawhammers 4U VTZF LTD. On the other hand, i have tried 3U & 4U Green VTZF, like them both...saving money to buy those..
    interesting... so how's it differ between vtzf green and ltd, both 3u?

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