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    In my opinion, VTZF LTD is a stiff to a stiff+ racket which the stiffness is distributed on the entire racket from shaft to the racket head. On the other hand, Green VTZF is not as stiff as VTZF LTD on the shaft, however it is quite repulsive while maintaining the same accuracy on the racket frame. I am comparing 3U VTZF Ltd with 3U Green VTZF. For user friendliness, i would give Green VTZF higher point than VTZF LTD

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    Confused...some ppl said VTZF stiffer, some ppl said LTD stiffer...dunno which 1 to choose...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLFreedom View Post
    Confused...some ppl said VTZF stiffer, some ppl said LTD stiffer...dunno which 1 to choose...
    Honestly, just choose whichever color scheme you like better. Even if the stiffness is different, it'll be minor.

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    Anyone here knows any trustworthy shops or website in France or German that offer the cheapest price for Z-force ?

    I've found a couple of website that sell Z-force included string for 159 Euro, I'm worry if It could be cheaper ?

    http://www.badmintonhandel.de/badmintonschlaeger/yonex-voltric/yonex-voltric-z-force-ltd-2012-besaitet-mit-yonex-bg.html

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    The shop is totally trustworthy and I'm a regular customer there, but you better take out the link, otherwise some people might get annoyed. On demmand they also string the tension you want!

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    Z Force ltd is not yet available in France... so go for the german website (very good, I've bought my Z Force there)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    In my opinion, VTZF LTD is a stiff to a stiff+ racket which the stiffness is distributed on the entire racket from shaft to the racket head. On the other hand, Green VTZF is not as stiff as VTZF LTD on the shaft, however it is quite repulsive while maintaining the same accuracy on the racket frame. I am comparing 3U VTZF Ltd with 3U Green VTZF. For user friendliness, i would give Green VTZF higher point than VTZF LTD
    . I have both versions in 4u weight. My opinion is the same as the above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Did you weigh the rackets? 4U is a weight range of 80g-85g (dry weight). Perhaps your ZF LTD is 82g while your ZF green is 84g. And take into account the strings (ie. type, tension) and any overgrips used. All of that would skew your measurements.
    Correct me if I am wrong. From my experience, ltd edition (or special edition) racquets are always lighter than the original version. For example, AT900 LCW lighter than original one, ARC10 PG again lighter than red version. So can I expect a VTZF ltd 3u is equal to 4u original green version?

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    Just sharing my 2 cents


    I've measured my collections (2 VTZF Green 4U/G5, and 2 VTZF Gold 4U/G5), and the results were as follows =

    1 - all original balance points (unstrung & no overgrip) = 315 mm (both VTZF Green & Gold)

    2 - there're slight difference concerning the original weight (using mini digital scale) i.e., 2 VTZF Green = 83,8 gram, whilst 2 VTZF Gold = 83,6 gram.

    3 - IMHO, after both racquets have been strung with the same type of string & same tension, duly performed by 1 stringer using same engine = VTZF Gold felt to be a lot stiffer compared to VTZF Green.

    I feel slight pain in my forearm when adapting to VTZF Gold. But I dont feel any pain when playing with VTZF Green.



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    Just got my VTZF Ltd 3U5 strung with 30 pounder NGY99. Let's see what this baby can do at my next session. I wonder VTZF Ltd 3U is more desirable and hard to get? The shop I went stock 4 VTZF Ltd and 3 out of 4 of them are 4U, the one and only 3U is now under my roof The shop owner does't really think the U factors single or double play. I doubt it.

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    picture for this thread

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    bro, let me know how long it last with 30lbs.

    your hand must be like lcw.

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    nice pics and angles kwun

    btw do you have vtzf green? it would be great to take the pics of both racquets side by side

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    Quote Originally Posted by chng5255 View Post
    Correct me if I am wrong. From my experience, ltd edition (or special edition) racquets are always lighter than the original version. For example, AT900 LCW lighter than original one, ARC10 PG again lighter than red version. So can I expect a VTZF ltd 3u is equal to 4u original green version?
    I think that's wrong. 900p lcw, and arc10pg were identical except for paint jobs from what I understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    nice pics and angles kwun

    btw do you have vtzf green? it would be great to take the pics of both racquets side by side
    hey. i don't have one. if i get a chance i will try to take pics of them. but no guarantees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    hey. i don't have one. if i get a chance i will try to take pics of them. but no guarantees.
    Might be able to offer mine up for a photo shoot when I get back, depending on how long you'll hold it hostage...

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