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    Pham, thanks! You really got me thinking now! Haha!

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    Lately i have been playing rrally aggressive with my zf2...in a set od doubles...when ia the back...it was all smash and no drops at all...then end of game when i hold my zf2 by the shaft...its a bit watmer than normal....is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delaneau View Post
    Lately i have been playing rrally aggressive with my zf2...in a set od doubles...when ia the back...it was all smash and no drops at all...then end of game when i hold my zf2 by the shaft...its a bit watmer than normal....is this normal?
    Wow, you make it sounds like zfii runs on processor chip which translates into power for our games.

    I think the warmth comes from your hand than the racket?

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    you must email them, i dealt 3 rackets with yamano already never had a problem because i email them directly and confirming their replies before paying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duhzzz View Post
    So anybody knows whether LCW uses 3U or 4U?
    there's a reason why 3u is called ' standard' weight, the 4u are made so that weaker players can handle the racket. Though some times some national players use 4u but that's because they want some specific specs that 4u provides like speed but that's usually for doubles game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boonbeng View Post
    there's a reason why 3u is called ' standard' weight, the 4u are made so that weaker players can handle the racket. Though some times some national players use 4u but that's because they want some specific specs that 4u provides like speed but that's usually for doubles game
    the zf1 n zf2 used by lcw is even lighter in the overall weight than the 4u commercial version. Lighter racket provides different types of playing, not necessarily to be WEAK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    the zf1 n zf2 used by lcw is even lighter in the overall weight than the 4u commercial version. Lighter racket provides different types of playing, not necessarily to be WEAK.
    interesting... possibly a 5u zf?

    this is the first time i`ve heard of it... where did you see this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    the zf1 n zf2 used by lcw is even lighter in the overall weight than the 4u commercial version. Lighter racket provides different types of playing, not necessarily to be WEAK.
    Zun bo? I only heard pro using heavier and not lighter version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyYan View Post
    the zf1 n zf2 used by lcw is even lighter in the overall weight than the 4u commercial version. Lighter racket provides different types of playing, not necessarily to be WEAK.
    how do you know? any link to share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duhzzz View Post
    So anybody knows whether LCW uses 3U or 4U?
    I assume he uses a "custom" made one(s), it is fairly possible for him to ask YY to produce rackets according to his own spec.

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    Ahhh, I wish there were more BC fans at these international tournaments, to stop by Yonex's booth and take a sneak peek at some of the rackets being strung and check out the engravings :P That'd settle it for the moment at least.

    It would be a surprise if LCW was using anything less than 3U. Unless he makes his own modifications like removing the original grip, or smaller handles etc.

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    Zf2's hitting sound is horrible compared to vt80 or Zf1... imho

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    Is JP coded 4U as heavy as SP coded 3U?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duhzzz View Post
    Is JP coded 4U as heavy as SP coded 3U?
    There's no much difference in the weight for 4u Sp and 4u jp.

    It's quite slight, though it can be felt.

    But if you compare 3u SP to 4UJp, I would think the 3u will be heavier.

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    When I look at this racket reminds me of the legacy of Tron. lmao. Anyway I like how it looks but I havent tried it. Arcsabers are really friendly to my swings and nanospeed too, when I tried my gf's vt7 I never had a problem but then again its light so it makes no difference kinda, the thing delivers a pretty smash too. I want to play with head heavy and I guess this should be right choice, If this significantly improves my smash then I'd be happy if not lol I will never post in this forum again since I'm blaming this thread...lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nova89 View Post
    When I look at this racket reminds me of the legacy of Tron. lmao. Anyway I like how it looks but I havent tried it. Arcsabers are really friendly to my swings and nanospeed too, when I tried my gf's vt7 I never had a problem but then again its light so it makes no difference kinda, the thing delivers a pretty smash too. I want to play with head heavy and I guess this should be right choice, If this significantly improves my smash then I'd be happy if not lol I will never post in this forum again since I'm blaming this thread...lmao
    No, no! We want you to very much continue posting on this forum!

    Maybe you can give us your thoughts and feedback on the racquets you do use. ...as well as on many other things to do with badminton. It would be great to hear the point of view of an international player!

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    My current is a 3U G5 Victor Bravesword11 @ 30lbs nbg 99 Cosmic Gold. But I use many other brands like babolat,wilson and even a lightrr type yonex. Wilson being the cheapest, undesirable and heaviest 100g racquet. Despite the racket being cheap. It actually helps me enhance the adaptability of my hands and wrists strength. I dont think a head heavy stiff shaft racquet like this voltric will be bad for me. I am patient enough to work the racquet and not let the racquet work me.

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