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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsync View Post
    Not too sure abt others but i've played with two diff set of strings and tension.
    First one was pleasure but the second was nightmare. Dun ask me why.
    Word of advice is to string it lower than usual tension.
    Low tolerance if playing a lazy game....IMO of coz
    Just for the record, what string and tension were both your sets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    Just for the record, what string and tension were both your sets?
    1st - BG66U @ 26lbs (4 knots) @ Hock Eng
    2nd - NS30 @ 25lbs (2 knots) @ Suntex Sports

    Not sure if is the string or the stringer on the second set, it felt like wood and numbed.
    Getting better now after a month but not as nice compared to first stringing.
    Maybe thin strings goes well wif NSZP, gonna try NBG98 nex :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsync View Post
    1st - BG66U @ 26lbs (4 knots) @ Hock Eng
    2nd - NS30 @ 25lbs (2 knots) @ Suntex Sports

    Not sure if is the string or the stringer on the second set, it felt like wood and numbed.
    Getting better now after a month but not as nice compared to first stringing.
    Maybe thin strings goes well wif NSZP, gonna try NBG98 nex :P
    No wonder. From Yonex to Li Ning.... will surely have a different feel.

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    NS30 has a very hard feel. I guess you're just not really used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsync View Post
    1st - BG66U @ 26lbs (4 knots) @ Hock Eng
    2nd - NS30 @ 25lbs (2 knots) @ Suntex Sports

    Not sure if is the string or the stringer on the second set, it felt like wood and numbed.
    Getting better now after a month but not as nice compared to first stringing.
    Maybe thin strings goes well wif NSZP, gonna try NBG98 nex :P
    diff stringer maybe the calibration/tension is different. the nanoray zspd has a stiff frame so higher tensions and thin strings that have been stretched to the elastic limit makes the racquet feel really dead.

    i've cleared off my 3U nanoray zspeed (which led people to think i was really getting rid of it) but i was actually getting the 2U in replacement. i might sell the 2U just to get the JP G4 version as G5 is not so good for my elbow at the moment.

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    yeah u guys are right
    i've been using NS30 for quite a while wif few diff rackets (MX80, ArcFB, MX-JJS, NZSP)
    NSZP is the worse ever hahaha

    bro vajrasattva, wats the wet weight on ur 2U NZSP ?
    does it felt less numbed compare to 3U counterpart?

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    My review of Nanoray Z Speed will go live by latest Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsync View Post
    1st - BG66U @ 26lbs (4 knots) @ Hock Eng
    2nd - NS30 @ 25lbs (2 knots) @ Suntex Sports

    Not sure if is the string or the stringer on the second set, it felt like wood and numbed.
    Getting better now after a month but not as nice compared to first stringing.
    Maybe thin strings goes well wif NSZP, gonna try NBG98 nex :P
    Well BG66U is thinner than BG98

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magicmeatbag View Post
    Probably because it's not a typical Nanoray. I personally loved it when I tried it. Loved it on any shot that requires even a bit of force. However I can see control being an issue... Only tried it for a bit so take it with a grain of salt.
    nanoray is about control and speed...Z-speed is design of even more speed....why ppl find it diff to handle? I can understand the Z-force hammer head was too much and tired to swing...but wat could goes wrong with Z-speed here...

    any ex-user of Z-speed who care to share your feeling here..
    I am not able to get feedback from those seller at buysell section bcoz they WANT to get rid of it...
    I hope some of them could be a bit OPEN to share your open thoughts here for sharing...

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    I used Z Force 4U a lot in doubles and also own a 3U version (which too heavy for me honestly). I think Z Speed is easier to play compared to Z Force 3U by a lot because the frame is faster. But, compared to Z Force 4U, Z Speed lacks of reliability: you can execute very good shots but, for me, drives and defence are quite difficult because of the soft sensation due to the long shaft.
    So, I think i will only use Z speed for singles (because of its extra and "easy" power) and prefer Z force 4U for doubles

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    nanoray is about control and speed...Z-speed is design of even more speed....why ppl find it diff to handle? I can understand the Z-force hammer head was too much and tired to swing...but wat could goes wrong with Z-speed here...

    any ex-user of Z-speed who care to share your feeling here..
    I am not able to get feedback from those seller at buysell section bcoz they WANT to get rid of it...
    I hope some of them could be a bit OPEN to share your open thoughts here for sharing...
    I recently sold my Z-speed off because of a few issues.

    I find that if you did not have proper technique or consistency, the zspd will become your enemy.

    I personally couldn't get a consistent smash with this racquet because of the smaller head and faster swing.

    Also, it was a lot head heavier than advertised mated with a smaller head frame and flexy shaft which for defense, it was quite awkward.

    other than that, it's a beautiful racquet.

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    My review of Z Speed is now live.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review of Z Speed is now live.

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    Big Ty dude. Happy holidays

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review of Z Speed is now live.

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    Well, the score for this racket was kinda predictable - Yonex really stepped on a landmine this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    Well, the score for this racket was kinda predictable - Yonex really stepped on a landmine this time.
    yonex always produce "landmine" like racquets anyway. if they dont create any extreme type racquets, then there's no progress, no advancement. imagine if they focus produce racquets that are seemingly average and generic in nature? there are tons of mid level racquets by yonex that are rather intermediate in characteristics already

    there are pros and cons, by technology one can produce really fast cars, its now whether the driver can be found or be trained to control it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    My review of Z Speed is now live.

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    no wonder there so many ppl start selling off their racket after 1 or 2 weeks...
    another flop racket like arscb 9FL ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vajrasattva View Post
    yonex always produce "landmine" like racquets anyway. if they dont create any extreme type racquets, then there's no progress, no advancement. imagine if they focus produce racquets that are seemingly average and generic in nature? there are tons of mid level racquets by yonex that are rather intermediate in characteristics already

    there are pros and cons, by technology one can produce really fast cars, its now whether the driver can be found or be trained to control it.
    Yeah, but when you create one, you do not "step" on it.

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