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    Quote Originally Posted by KLFreedom View Post
    Can someone do a comparison between vt z-force and vt80? in terms of maneuverability, swing speed, defence, etc...i got a 3ug5 vt80...wanna know how does z-force perform, compared to vt80...
    If u scroll back and see last few pages of this thread, chili did made a brief comparison between vt80 and vtzf

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikki9394 View Post
    If u scroll back and see last few pages of this thread, chili did made a brief comparison between vt80 and vtzf
    but he didnt mention which racquet is faster...since i mostly play double, i need the racquet to be fast enough to play driving...
    Last edited by KLFreedom; 03-03-2012 at 07:14 AM.

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    @fiq,

    3U. In the process of preparing a simple review.
    All i gotta do is just wait for my JP racket to arrive (7-8 days) and do a comparison.
    However, the JP racket i bought is 3U4.

    I'll post my findings at the original VT-ZF thread. I have no intent to thread-jack ants' thread.
    Last edited by AzrinRain; 03-03-2012 at 07:42 AM.

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    vtzf arrived in singapore. tried holding 4ug5 and 3ug5 (unstrung). can feel 4ug5 is slightly lighter. anyway, both don't feel that ridiculously head heavy as described in some posts. the 3ug5 vtzf's weight is similar to my vt80 3ug5's unstrung. didnt manage to swing the vtzf tho, but my gut feel is that the swing weight shld be similar to vt80. can't tell the stiffness and aerodynamics of vtzf (waiting for reviews ).

    however, something i noticed:
    1) the real thing (paint job) looks better than on pictures, even tho it comes in green. matt is nice.
    2) the shaft of vtzf is significantly thinner than vt80's.
    3) can't find the shaft's serial number and cone code anywhere (SP version). not sure where r they hidden. only the new yonex hologram and usual PBSI sticker r visible.
    Last edited by ns9900; 03-03-2012 at 08:30 AM.

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    I've already posted some of the vt zf dry swing weight taken from the at700 forum on the other thread.

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    Feel free to post it here. No worries.
    Quote Originally Posted by AzrinRain View Post
    @fiq,

    3U. In the process of preparing a simple review.
    All i gotta do is just wait for my JP racket to arrive (7-8 days) and do a comparison.
    However, the JP racket i bought is 3U4.

    I'll post my findings at the original VT-ZF thread. I have no intent to thread-jack ants' thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ns9900 View Post
    vtzf arrived in singapore. tried holding 4ug5 and 3ug5 (unstrung). can feel 4ug5 is slightly lighter. anyway, both don't feel that ridiculously head heavy as described in some posts. the 3ug5 vtzf's weight is similar to my vt80 3ug5's unstrung. didnt manage to swing the vtzf tho, but my gut feel is that the swing weight shld be similar to vt80. can't tell the stiffness and aerodynamics of vtzf (waiting for reviews ).

    however, something i noticed:
    1) the real thing (paint job) looks better than on pictures, even tho it comes in green. matt is nice.
    2) the shaft of vtzf is significantly thinner than vt80's.
    3) can't find the shaft's serial number and cone code anywhere (SP version). not sure where r they hidden. only the new yonex hologram and usual PBSI sticker r visible.
    are u sure about the serial number and the cone code? it's one of yy's method to avoid counterfeit product,cmiiw. i can't see a point about removing it from the vtzf line.

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    there is cone n shaft number on the rackets...its just not clear or takes alot of effort to read it..

    the white matt finishes makes them hard to read..

    other clear thing is the yonex sticker..plus the sunrise hologram sticker

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzrinRain View Post
    @fiq,

    I'll post my findings at the original VT-ZF thread. I have no intent to thread-jack ants' thread.
    I do apologize for posting my opinion/personal analysis of the VTZF in Ants' thread. I just thought it may help all those waiting, and hounding Ants. Besides, I had mentioned it wouldn't even match 10% of Ants' professional review.

    Feel free to post it here. No worries. Ants

    You're a scholar and a gentleman, Ants!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    I think the N90 is rated at 295-305. I absolutely love the N90 and it's an evolved version of the AT700. This ZF is my last attempt to stick with yonex. AT700 LTD's are so hard to come by and the 2nd gen isn't quite the same. If I like the ZF enough, I can stop my insane hunt for AT700's, but for now I'm about to super stock up on N90's.
    Hold your horses on stocking up N90. You might regret it. But if you are a pure Singles player N90
    might suit you best. Im not saying that N90 is not a good racket. It is a great racket to begin with. And i agree with you that N90 is an improved version of AT700. But
    nothing beats the Classic AT700 1st Generation.

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    the 3ug5 vtzf's weight is similar to my vt80 3ug5's unstrung. didnt manage to swing the vtzf tho, but my gut feel is that the swing weight shld be similar to vt80
    Wow, if that's true... then it would make me quite happy to grab one ZF

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    can someone confirm shaft of zf is thinner then vt80 n zslash
    and frame of zf is fatter than nanoray

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    Bro,
    Can provide review comparision on frame n shaft diameter?
    Was the frame small n same shape as z slash?
    I don't have calipers, but visually the shaft on the VTZF is skinnier and longer.
    I sold my last Z-Slash TF a month ago, so I can't compare. But from memory, I do remember having to focus more to hit the sweet spot.

    The ZF shows a wider profile, and more rounded edge.
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    OK guys. The ser# and cone code is hard to read. It is like to read white letter and number on white paper. Just take a dab of motor oil and wipe it on the shaft and cone, you will see the ser# and code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    OK guys. The ser# and cone code is hard to read. It is like to read white letter and number on white paper. Just take a dab of motor oil and wipe it on the shaft and cone, you will see the ser# and code.
    10W-30 or rub with dirty finger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    I don't have calipers, but visually the shaft on the VTZF is skinnier and longer.
    I sold my last Z-Slash TF a month ago, so I can't compare. But from memory, I do remember having to focus more to hit the sweet spot.

    The ZF shows a wider profile, and more rounded edge.
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    bro,
    can u provide a shaft to shaft comparision?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Hold your horses on stocking up N90. You might regret it. But if you are a pure Singles player N90
    might suit you best. Im not saying that N90 is not a good racket. It is a great racket to begin with. And i agree with you that N90 is an improved version of AT700. But
    nothing beats the Classic AT700 1st Generation.
    Good hints, ants...
    Last edited by Licin; 03-03-2012 at 04:51 PM.

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