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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepyEyedBoyZ View Post
    Eh, ycw77. He's using 66um also in case you didn't see it. His "66 um" are separated. Heh
    Ohh... My bad, missed it. It should sound nice. Could it be miss hit? Need to whack right in the mid area (sweet spot).

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    Hey guys new to the forum, I'm an intermediate player looking to move to a more advanced head heavy racquet. I've been using the Voltric 70 bg65 26lbs for a while now with good success. Looking forward to trying something a bit stiffer as the VT70 is a medium flex. Ordered a 3UG4, which should arrive tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanT View Post
    Is this racket like many, many times better than the ZF1? How much better is this than the ZF1? I don't feel like getting the ZF1 and then later wanting to upgrade to the ZF2... it would be a waste of money. Also does this racket or the ZF1 sound better, and which one would be easier to get used to?
    When I first had my zf1 3u I just couldn't use it and achieve the power I got instantly with the zf2 3u. Only difference is that I played more badminton now so my skill might of got better. But did find the zf1 tiring so switched to the zf1 4u which I felt was much more better and could get the power I needed.

    I personally am very happy with the zf2 3u and would recommend it over zf1 3u and 4u. Like I said, I feel like I have Thor's hammer when I strike with bg80 power @ 24 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by p2user View Post
    When I first had my zf1 3u I just couldn't use it and achieve the power I got instantly with the zf2 3u. Only difference is that I played more badminton now so my skill might of got better. But did find the zf1 tiring so switched to the zf1 4u which I felt was much more better and could get the power I needed. I personally am very happy with the zf2 3u and would recommend it over zf1 3u and 4u. Like I said, I feel like I have Thor's hammer when I strike with bg80 power @ 24 lbs
    How do you find the durability of the bg80? I'm wondering if a different string is needed with this racquet even though bg65 lasts a long time

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    I only use bg80 power. Haven't used bg80. Started using expensive yonex rackets only last year and don't play enough to tell you the durability of the string. Since I use bg80 power I just stuck with it so if I get a new racket the strings and constant, to make comparisons easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binjoau View Post
    Hey guys new to the forum, I'm an intermediate player looking to move to a more advanced head heavy racquet. I've been using the Voltric 70 bg65 26lbs for a while now with good success. Looking forward to trying something a bit stiffer as the VT70 is a medium flex. Ordered a 3UG4, which should arrive tomorrow
    That's an huge upgrade vtzf 2 is definitely way stiffer and more head heavy! I hope you can handle it (:, if not sell it and get a VT 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    That's an huge upgrade vtzf 2 is definitely way stiffer and more head heavy! I hope you can handle it (:, if not sell it and get a VT 80.
    Haha, I realise that a racquet chooses the player not the other way around, I'm hoping this is the natural progression of my game and ability leading me into this decision. I do not suffer any type of fatigue with my vt70 which I feel has made it a good intro into head heavy racquets. It's lacking power though!

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    seems that all the players used zf2 win their games

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky5508 View Post
    seems that all the players used zf2 win their games
    Do u mean players who played in TC?

    Besides LCW, who else is using??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duhzzz View Post
    Do u mean players who played in TC?

    Besides LCW, who else is using??
    Japan 2nd and 3rd single player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle tan View Post
    Japan 2nd and 3rd single player.
    yes thomas cup 2014. endo is also using zf2

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    Credit from china bbs.

    Someone in china bought this rackets from India.

    One of them is LCW racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shidevil View Post










    Credit from china bbs.

    Someone in china bought this rackets from India.

    One of them is LCW racket.
    Wow that is a lot...

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    Yup. His a rich guy from china

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    any link? i heard his rackets are 3ug4, wonder if its true or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by giggle View Post
    any link? i heard his rackets are 3ug4, wonder if its true or not
    everyone in china bbs is asking the same thing. Waiting for answers.

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    Hey people, i hope you can help me out.

    Im thinking of buying the new ZForce 2, however i fear that it might be too demanding for me.
    I am a Mid+ Intermediate player, i play mostly singles i smash fairly hard and i think i can do better
    with a more head heavy and stiffer racket.

    I don't know what version to get, 4U or 3U.

    Im leaning more towards 4U but i fear it will pack a lesser punch and it might break easily due to the 4U frame. Also it is not too demanding they say.

    Im also looking towards the 3U version but im afraid that it will be too demanding, and hard to manuever.

    Is it true that the 4U frame breaks more easily than a 3U?

    Any comparisons between 4U version and 3U version?

    Help me out, i can't sleep. Thanks!

    BTW, im a former 4U JJS user. BP of 287. I don't get the power im expecting with it, but it still performs good.

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