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    ohhh hahah =D wont too sticky?

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    Does anyone know if the MX80 is stiffer than the NS 9900 or VT Zforce?

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    Don't know about NS9900.

    But in my opinion MX80 is stiffer than VTZF. Or at least the same stiffness. Definitely not less. I'll re-check tonight when I play tonight (with my VTZF and friends MX80...both 3U).

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    MX80 definitely plays stiffer than ZF. Shaft might be same stiffness or stiffer, bigger headweight of the ZF makes it easier to bend...

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    Okay, thanks. I was just curious how the mx80 would stack up to the bs10 since there are different versions (ummm asian and american... etc?) I thought my bs10 was weird since it is stiffer than like all the yonex rackets while other people said it was flexible

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    MX80 definitely plays stiffer than ZF. Shaft might be same stiffness or stiffer, bigger headweight of the ZF makes it easier to bend...
    Oh, I meant just bending the racket. Not actually feeling how stiff it is by hitting with it.

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    It is pretty stiff. I was worried when i first got mine (jumped from a medium flex right to this), but after about a week of pain and training, i think i've tamed it (I don't feel pain at least, idk about how effectively i'm drawing power out of it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrorice View Post
    Okay, thanks. I was just curious how the mx80 would stack up to the bs10 since there are different versions (ummm asian and american... etc?) I thought my bs10 was weird since it is stiffer than like all the yonex rackets while other people said it was flexible
    BS10 is stiff. Ppl who say it's flexible have no clue what they're talking about. The MX80 is noticeably stiffer and more stable though - I got mine hoping they would be something of a next-generation-BS10, but the difference is very noticeable. Nothing like BS09 and 12 in that regard
    Well the MX80 is the stiffest racket I've held in my hands so far. It felt stiffer than the ZF, but that was not tested in an objective manner (like putting a weight on the head or sth^^).

    How demanding it is depends on string used, tension, and intensity of training. For me, it's too hard on the arm as I usually play/train 4-5 times a week and string rather tight for my skill level.

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    Even if I put 3g of weights on my MX80 frame, it will still play stiffer than my VTZF. The MX80 is one mother of a stiff racket!

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    Cool... a lot of review over here says MX 80 more stiff....

    Definitely MX 80 can string up to 30 tension and cheaper than Z force...

    I will support MX 80 due to Korea culture and liking of korea players than yonex...

    Z force more expensive...

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    I have a mix feeling about the stiffness. But it all down to your personal taste

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrorice View Post
    Oh, I meant just bending the racket. Not actually feeling how stiff it is by hitting with it.
    On a simple bend test...the MX80 is stiffer than VTZF. Test was done after 2 singles game.

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    Thanks! I might be getting a mx80 just to try it out and perhaps use it for singles? Do you think a transition from bs10 to mx80 would be good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrorice View Post
    Thanks! I might be getting a mx80 just to try it out and perhaps use it for singles? Do you think a transition from bs10 to mx80 would be good?
    Never tried BS10. I don't think it'll be a hard transition. I went from VT80 to MX80...no problem. I sold my MX80 to my friend cuz the MX80 was a bit too stiff for my liking. Funny thing was that I thought I played better with my VT80 while my friend said I played better with the MX80. Go figure.

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    Depends. If you find the BS10 really, really easy to wield and get power out of, you'll probably like the MX80. If you can play with the BS10, but it takes effort at times (for example getting the BH clear long), you should probably not do it. Even if you're really comfortable with the BS10 the MX80 might not be a great racket for you - the difference is very clear, and I for one can play with the BS10 comfortably, but not with the MX80.
    Btw, it's also not as quick as the BS10.

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    lol I started off playing badminton with rackets around as stiff as ns9900 (no wonder I had no power back then) ah.... I hate the voltric series :/ I used to have a vt70 but I sold it. Is the mx80 hard to use? also how head heavy is it (just slightly head heavy?). Sorry if the answers have already been posted... too lazy to look through 132 pages of posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrorice View Post
    lol I started off playing badminton with rackets around as stiff as ns9900 (no wonder I had no power back then) ah.... I hate the voltric series :/ I used to have a vt70 but I sold it. Is the mx80 hard to use? also how head heavy is it (just slightly head heavy?). Sorry if the answers have already been posted... too lazy to look through 132 pages of posts
    Not as head heavy as the Voltric series...so slightly head heavy. I think you'll be fine with the MX80. Because of the stiffness and Meteor head frame...it's a pretty damn near accurate racket.

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