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    Quote Originally Posted by 241n00b View Post
    purchased 2 ltd z-forces today hope to get them in 2 weeks, will be stringing it with zm65 anybody have reviews on this combo?
    Did you check here?
    Yonex Voltric Z-Force Limited Edition

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    Quote Originally Posted by 241n00b View Post
    purchased 2 ltd z-forces today hope to get them in 2 weeks, will be stringing it with zm65 anybody have reviews on this combo?
    I remember someone mentioned that since vtzf is a stiff racket, it's better to use a 'softer' feeling strings to compensate the stiffness, and from my experience of using zm65, i remember it being quite a stiff/hard string. But each to his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlaShEr View Post
    I remember someone mentioned that since vtzf is a stiff racket, it's better to use a 'softer' feeling strings to compensate the stiffness, and from my experience of using zm65, i remember it being quite a stiff/hard string. But each to his own.
    Imop, it's best that the strings underline the qualities of the racket - so a stiffer racket should be played with crisp strings, as it's a strength of the racket. If you can't cope with the racket's stiffness, you shouldn't try to compensate by using soft string, but get a different racket. Also, the ZM65 is really manageable in the 24-26 range and not hard on the arm. Above that, it CAN be a little hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Imop, it's best that the strings underline the qualities of the racket - so a stiffer racket should be played with crisp strings, as it's a strength of the racket. If you can't cope with the racket's stiffness, you shouldn't try to compensate by using soft string, but get a different racket. Also, the ZM65 is really manageable in the 24-26 range and not hard on the arm. Above that, it CAN be a little hard.
    Agreed with you on that, crisp string with stiff rackets can give you quite a lively/repulsive racket. But some would believe that racket strength can come from the stiff head/shaft, provided that you have a whippy shaft, a higher tension or harder strings would certainly helps. Flexy shaft with soft string feels numb to me, and to be able to feel allows you to know that you've transferred your power well to the shuttle (again personal preference or placebo effect for me)

    I've been using vt80ltd with zm65 at 30lbs before i make the transition to vtzf, and the harder/higher tension certainly helps to make the vt80 feel livelier rather than just a dull whippy hammer
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    Are KKK and TBH using VTZF as well? Are they using 3U or 4U? Who else are using VTZF?

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    Sorry that i revived this thread. But can anyone tell me what grommets suit the Z-force? AC416W-? and AC416L-?

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    might be better to ask in stringer section

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    Quote Originally Posted by amleto View Post
    might be better to ask in stringer section
    I don't think the stringer knows anything about it since I'm the only one or out of 5 in my area that owns a z-force. I'm planning to buy those grommets online since it is no where available here in my area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycril View Post
    I don't think the stringer knows anything about it since I'm the only one or out of 5 in my area that owns a z-force. I'm planning to buy those grommets online since it is no where available here in my area.
    i think he ment post this question in the stringer section on this forum. Somebody that read that section a lot probably knows the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decoy View Post
    i think he ment post this question in the stringer section on this forum. Somebody that read that section a lot probably knows the answer.
    Flipping the stringing section for so long and i still can't get my answer.
    I went to yonex official site and i found out that Z-force and Z-slash has the same stringing pattern, so I suppose that they share the same grommets? Please tell me if i'm wrong.

    P.S sorry amleto, I misunderstood you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cycril View Post
    Sorry that i revived this thread. But can anyone tell me what grommets suit the Z-force? AC416W-? and AC416L-?
    Don't know how accurate this is, but.....
    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...oducts_id=1354

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    Don't know how accurate this is, but.....
    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...oducts_id=1354

    I think he is referring to continuous yonex grommet for VTZF as I always searching for it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    I think he is referring to continuous yonex grommet for VTZF as I always searching for it..
    Yes, the six continuous grommet.

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    Anyone know if Carsten Mogensen used 3u or 4u when he did use z force?

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