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    Quote Originally Posted by Neffri View Post
    There can be a 4.9999 grams diff between two 4U rackets of the same make and model. I have both VT80 and VT80PG 4U and the difference between those are 3 grams when i weigh them. Im guessing you have to be very lucky to get rackets who weigh exactly the same.
    its not the weight issue, i have the PG in both 3U and the 4U, the 3U at 97 grams and the 4U is at 92 grams. my former VT80 was at 95-96 grams there abouts. i m picking up another two pieces of the PG 4U tomorrow and still aghast at how much i loved the PG over the regular.

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    yeah,i think so,not a lot af graphics as far as I remember and the "Voltric 80" was almost at the cone.

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    Some shots of my freshly strung VT80PG.... looks pretty good with pink NBG98sName:  sm2F3C0858.jpg
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    First time seeing how your racquet is strung at the top part... mind telling what is the function of that top first horizontal line?

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    I call it a protection weave - I hand weave that part in to protect the strings from breaking easily on mishits near the top

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    Thanks for sharing. Looks nice. I'd put pink overgrips as well, if I'm a girl :P But pink is a nice colour for understatement ;-)
    Do you really really mishit on the very top horizontal string? :O

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    Guess you have some problems with your intestine when I see this big bucket of Activia
    Nice pics of course!

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    Oh actually it's not for protecting the cross - its for protecting the main (vertical string) as that's how I frequently break string. Think of it as an extra cross because the string pattern leaves a lot of main string exposed. The color is seemingly a bit girly, but almost fitting imo...

    hehe, the activia means my problems are solved
    now that you mention it, that scotch bottle should be larger

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    Just received my VT80 PG 4U5 from MBS. Try a few swings due to the tournament. It does feel different with my VT80 4U4 US code version. VT80 PG is a little less head heavy and the shaft is a little soft. I will try a few games to confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calviny View Post
    Just received my VT80 PG 4U5 from MBS. Try a few swings due to the tournament. It does feel different with my VT80 4U4 US code version. VT80 PG is a little less head heavy and the shaft is a little soft. I will try a few games to confirm.
    Grip size is different to begin with. If you built it up to be the same, the G5 would feel a little less headheavy yes. And otherwise: you are playing with different grip sizes. But keep us up to date nevertheless .

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    comparing with VT80 with VT80 PG , VT-80PG's shaft feel a less stiff than original VT80, and the VT-80PG's paint job is similar to VT Z-FORCE's.... I think yonex will keep using z-force's kind of paint job for the upcoming rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyZeng View Post
    comparing with VT80 with VT80 PG , VT-80PG's shaft feel a less stiff than original VT80, and the VT-80PG's paint job is similar to VT Z-FORCE's.... I think yonex will keep using z-force's kind of paint job for the upcoming rackets.
    that didnt happen with the zspd though

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