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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.
    Wow... In my area, N90 1st gen is more expensive than regular YY high end (eg.VT 80).. I guess i will just wait for your view on VT-ZF
    What do you think of AT900P? IMO, it is the closest YY racket to AT700 1st gen..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    bro,
    can u provide a shaft to shaft comparision?
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    chili, one more request

    you don't need no calipers to measure the shaft diameter

    just use a string to measure circumference

    then diameter = circumference/pi

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    chili, one more request

    you don't need no calipers to measure the shaft diameter

    just use a string to measure circumference

    then diameter = circumference/pi
    Will do it after as I'm on my way out fishing for Steelhead at the Vedder.

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    The ZF's shaft is much smoother & nicer to hold than the vt80's. I guess vt80's is really 80's now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    Will do it after as I'm on my way out fishing for Steelhead at the Vedder.
    Hope you got a big one for dinner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Wow... In my area, N90 1st gen is more expensive than regular YY high end (eg.VT 80).. I guess i will just wait for your view on VT-ZF
    What do you think of AT900P? IMO, it is the closest YY racket to AT700 1st gen..
    N90's are hard to come by eversince the N90II came out! A local store only orders N90II and they sell out fast too!

    The AT900P used to be my main racket and I thought it was awesome until I layed my hands on the AT700LTD which somehow just suited me. I went out and bought 5 more LTD's, a 1st gen, and a 2nd gen. To my suprise, the first gen was actually less head heavy, lighter, and less stiff than my LTD and you're right, it's felt like a slightly more head heavy version to the AT900P, but I didn't like it and ended up selling it off. The second gen feels like the LTD, but it's less stiff making it a little unstable~

    In my opinion, if you stumble upon a racket that just happens to suits your style of play, it's a bond that you will seek to keep! You should have seen me with an Arc 10... I didn't do that racket any justice. All I need from Yonex is to recreate the AT700 and call it whatever they want (ZZZ FORK) and I'll give it a shot. Currently, I'm leaning towards the N90, but I'll see!
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    When will the review get posted? I'm going to buy this racquet but wondering should I get 3U or 4U. My current racquet is Carbonet 10 SP 2U-G4 (more than 10 years old) strung 25/26lbs with BG65TI. I mainly play double, my current racquet is quite light for me and I have never tried any head heavy racquet before. Do you think the racquet will be heavier than my crap 10 years old Carbonet 10 SP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optiblue View Post
    N90's are hard to come by eversince the N90II came out! A local store only orders N90II and they sell out fast too!

    The AT900P used to be my main racket and I thought it was awesome until I layed my hands on the AT700LTD which somehow just suited me. I went out and bought 5 more LTD's, a 1st gen, and a 2nd gen. To my suprise, the first gen was actually less head heavy, lighter, and less stiff than my LTD and you're right, it's felt like a slightly more head heavy version to the AT900P, but I didn't like it and ended up selling it off. The second gen feels like the LTD, but it's less stiff making it a little unstable~

    In my opinion, if you stumble upon a racket that just happens to suits your style of play, it's a bond that you will seek to keep! You should have seen me with an Arc 10... I didn't do that racket any justice. All I need from Yonex is to recreate the AT700 and call it whatever they want (ZZZ FORK) and I'll give it a shot. Currently, I'm leaning towards the N90, but I'll see!
    Thanks for sharing your experience, mate...
    Please keep us updated on whats your view on VT-ZF...

    I have not tried N90 though, so i can't comment much about this...

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    damn i cant believe the vt zf is even slimmer shaft diameter than vt80
    this is the begin of evolution in racket history !!

    can someone confirm on the frame diameter if its slimmer than vt 80 or bigger than nanoray?

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    Wow, people are saying it's better than the VT80 :O

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    To be honest.. VT80 wasn't THAT great.... So it's not hard to improve upon LOL

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    OK...here it is, the shaft's diameter just above the cone... for the VT80's it's 6.80 mm, and for VTZF it's 6.71 mm. Almost 0.10 mm difference...guess it's the thinnest in Yonex's history!!

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    ^^ Thanx chili! But what about in the middle too, as that would be the most representative I'd think.

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    hi, chili, which racquet is faster and more maneuverable? vt80 or z-force? both 3u

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    6.82 mm for ZF, right at the Z symbol, and equivalent spot on the VT80 measures 6.92 mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLFreedom View Post
    hi, chili, which racquet is faster and more maneuverable? vt80 or z-force? both 3u
    That's quite a generalized question...guess it'd depend on the type of stroke, be it smashing, driving, defensive etc...and where your grip is as well. Otherwise, a generalized answer would be ZF, IMO.

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