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Thread: Voltric Z force or Voltric 80
06-07-2013, 04:39 PM #18
06-07-2013, 05:08 PM #19
maybe a 4U vt80 can be a little similar to 3U z-slash. But 3U vt80 is very head-heavy. Z-force might be a little less head heavy in static, but due to a much stiffer shaft it's harder to swing than vt80
06-07-2013, 05:18 PM #20
A Z-Force's static bp is easily higher than VT80 even ... Perhaps aznese has been messing around with too many overgrips or something
06-07-2013, 06:28 PM #21
it's really hard to tell. i had them both and maybe z-force was feeling just a little bit less head-heavy in static. totally different picture on the swing though.
Also, when i was buying vt80 after z-force, the shop owner told me that vt80 is head-heavier than z-force. I told him that's unlikely coz of the yonex chart and so on. But now i think he might not be too off here.
06-07-2013, 07:02 PM #22
Vt-80 has a BP of 310mm and Vt-ZF is 315mm.
06-07-2013, 07:10 PM #23
now you are transitioning from a head light racket to a head heavy racket, it will take some time to adjust to, but i don't think it's not doable. if you don't have a way to try out different rackets and you don't have a big budget to get a few rackets just so you can try them out, then stick with what you really want, and give it some time to work on adapting your game to the racket. not gonna lie to you tho, it's going to be hard than finding a racket to fit your game, but it's still doable this is the reason why almost everyone here is suggesting a "transition" racket, it being even balance, so it's easier to adapt to...reason being changes in your equipment will always throw you off no matter how small the difference is...just FYI.
best of luck in your selection and let us know what you end up with
06-07-2013, 08:28 PM #24
06-07-2013, 08:54 PM #25
the funny thing is that , I actually like the voltric 80 more than the z force, the z force simply feels too headlight and doesnt give me enough smashing power compared to the voltric 80 or z slash