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    Question Meteor X80 vs Voltric Z Force vs Voltric 80

    Title says all... which beats each other in power, accuracy etc.

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    this is only my personal opinion, i do own all 3 of them and they are all string with NBG98 at 30lbs/33lbs.

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    Power: VTZF>VT-80>MX80
    Accuracy that depends on the player lol
    Control: MX80>VTZF>VT-80

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    hmm so it all comes down to power vs. control. Meteor is cheaper, but who would not want to smash like the hulk?

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    the MX80 isn't bad for smashing either .. but does require proper technique due to the stiffer shaft and a bit more effort since the head is lighter then VTZF...

    if your on a budget MX80 is a great racket for the value

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    The MX80 to me feels overall heavy, but not enough of the weight was in the head. If it were more head heavy at the same weight, it would have been deadly! What they created instead was a VT80 with a weight disadvantage. I'd pick ZF out of those 3.
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    thanks, yes I am starting to look into the Voltric family and am thinking of Voltric 9, 5, or 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggybil View Post
    this is only my personal opinion, i do own all 3 of them and they are all string with NBG98 at 30lbs/33lbs.

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    Power: VTZF>VT-80>MX80
    Accuracy that depends on the player lol
    Control: MX80>VTZF>VT-80
    Are they all 3Us or 4U ?

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    I have MX80 and have tried VT-80 and VTZF. I think MX80 is more of all around racket which is suitable for double players. It's head heavy but not as heavy as Voltric series, good for control play and have a descent power too. Of course the voltric, specially VTZF have more power than MX80 but in expense of have less manueverability and control. I think both are good rackets, MX80 for double player and the voltric series for single player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uselessmail View Post
    Are they all 3Us or 4U ?
    all 3U.............

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    Head heaviness of the VT series is heavier then the MX80 and like what enrique said. I would prefer mx80 over yonex VT anytime ... maybe it is just me,i tried my friends vt80, couldnt handle it as good as my mx80. You should give those rackets a try before buying them. Demo sets or if your friends have any of those?

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    I own all of it.for me-power vtzf>vt80>mx80-accuracy vtzf>vt80>mx80 Thats wat i feel :-)

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    power : zforce,vt80,mx80
    accuracy : mx80,vt80,zforce
    control : vt80,mx80,zforc3
    it all depends on what type of player and what type of games u r going for...
    i play doubles more and i personally recommend zforce/vt80 4u....
    while for victor mx series...i personally recommend mx jjs!..

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