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    Not muscular, but not weak.

    Average I'd say. I weight 183, 6'4 height.

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    Yeah, go for it... you can handle it or grow into it. If not you can sell it off more easily than VT70 because it's more in demand than VT70.

    Strings: I'd say Ashaway Zymax 65 at 24 lbs. Great repulsion, control, tension retention, and durability. Eric does excellent string jobs.

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    Hmm I'm looking at his list, and U don't think Ashaway is an option, just says BG65 etc.

    I really hope I can use the 4U Z Force! It would be a shame to spend so much and also have it shipped for nothing

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    Zymax is not listed but he carries it.

    Also another tip: email him directly at that email address on his ebay page and you can get improved pricing.

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    And since you have some space in the box, you may as well order a few of his RKEP EX3 socks. They're incredibly good for the price... better than some Adidas or Nike technical socks.

    And don't forget RKEP grips G09, better for the price than Yonex supergrap.

    Do some research on the relevant threads and you'll see what I mean.
    Last edited by visor; 09-25-2013 at 02:00 AM.

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    I remember the last time I had a hit with a Z-Force, I couldn't actually feel when I'd hit the shuttle. It was like the shuttle didn't actually hit the strings, but instead went into some weird time vortex and came out the other side in the vague direction of my opponent, just before it stuck a knife into my shoulder and laughed maniacally, telling me how much of a weakling I was.

    I give it three weeks.

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    ^ Which one did you have 3U or 4U?

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    3U. But it won't make any difference. I've owned 4u BS10 and SW35 too, and they're just too stiff for my decaying shoulder too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    3U. But it won't make any difference. I've owned 4u BS10 and SW35 too, and they're just too stiff for my decaying shoulder too.

    i concur in regards to the sw35, unless i'm really optimistic on a certain day when i play i'd use it, otherwise, i'd say "meh, i'll let it sit there" for the sake of my body

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    Hmm the shoulder pain sounds really bad, but hopefully I don't get it.

    I do go to the gym and work arms and shoulders, and my shoulders are fairly broad anyway.

    I've talked to Eric and he's givin me an amazing deal! I will be using the strings you said visor! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bSM45 View Post
    Hmm the shoulder pain sounds really bad, but hopefully I don't get it.

    I do go to the gym and work arms and shoulders, and my shoulders are fairly broad anyway.

    I've talked to Eric and he's givin me an amazing deal! I will be using the strings you said visor! Thanks!
    Awesome! Don't forget the socks and grips! Since you still have lots of space in the box. You won't regret them.

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    I won't! I'm actually asking to see if he has any Badminton shirts. I reallllllllly want to get that yellow sleveless shirt Lee Chong Wei wears!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bSM45 View Post
    I won't! I'm actually asking to see if he has any Badminton shirts. I reallllllllly want to get that yellow sleveless shirt Lee Chong Wei wears!
    That looks nice, but only if you have the muscles to flaunt it.

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    Of course! That's why I gotta hit the gym more xD, the shirt will give me motivation to go lmao.

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    i have z force 4U, for me its great racket for double.

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    Oh just remembered something, the ZF has one little cosmetic weakness, like the ZSPD with its soft clearcoat that chips easily...

    [bold] **********The ZF has 2 stickers that are nakedly exposed without clearcoat at 5 and 7 o'clock positions. Whoever strings your racket must be warned and told not to place their side supports on them, otherwise they'll be damaged. ************[/bold]


    Why can't Yonex do a better job cosmetically I don't know.
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    I didn't mind using a 3U ZF but to me, it was just a slow racket for defense.
    But then there are rackets that almost seem too fast like the BS12!

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