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    Quote Originally Posted by justinpops View Post
    Omg! Poison!!!!!!!!
    damn, it is really poisoning us to buy it!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptens View Post
    Should 4u sacrifice lots of power from 2u racquets or the acceleration of 4u compensates for it?
    If the 4U has the same head heavy feel as the 2U,

    Would you still want the 2U?

    Obviously the 4U has more advantages especially for old muscle like mine

    For the younger muscle I suppose you can smash harder and more repetitions

    Look at yonex first generation racket, it was an 'L' (110-120grams?)

    Then 2L, 3L finally followed by the 'U', 2U, 3U & 4U

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    If the 4U has the same head heavy feel as the 2U,

    Would you still want the 2U?

    Obviously the 4U has more advantages especially for old muscle like mine

    For the younger muscle I suppose you can smash harder and more repetitions

    Look at yonex first generation racket, it was an 'L' (110-120grams?)

    Then 2L, 3L finally followed by the 'U', 2U, 3U & 4U
    No sir, I'd just practically go to 4U!

    'L', never heard (much more the 2L &3L) and only learned here in BC that before 2U was a U.

    Must be like a lighter version of training racquet but the heaviest of regulation racquets! Before I know training racquets are 160 grams, now I see 150 grams training racquets. Looks like downsizing is the trend instead of supersizing for maximum effect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triptens View Post
    No sir, I'd just practically go to 4U!

    'L', never heard (much more the 2L &3L) and only learned here in BC that before 2U was a U.

    Must be like a lighter version of training racquet but the heaviest of regulation racquets! Before I know training racquets are 160 grams, now I see 150 grams training racquets. Looks like downsizing is the trend instead of supersizing for maximum effect!
    I think the 'L' series was the technology of the 60's to 70's

    and the 'U' was introduced in the 80's

    The yonex models:

    L > b7000, 8000 ... including the wooden rackets (60's to 70's)

    2L/3L > blacken 8100, (70's to 80's)

    U/2U > carbonex series 7, 8, 8dx, 9, 10, 15, 20 ..... (80's to 90's)

    3U > most of the present models (end of 80's until present)

    4U > very limited models that I know of starting year 2000

    So, based on a little bit of yonex history

    I do think the vt80 is worth a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    I do think the vt80 is worth a try
    Tks for the brief racquet weight history, it's refreshing to learn.

    I am going to wait rather than have an expensive lesson.
    Last edited by Triptens; 03-07-2011 at 12:06 PM.

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    going to get myself a 4U5G =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lneoas View Post
    going to get myself a 4U5G =)
    I feel like waiting for the next one to come out.
    This looks so amazing I don't know how they'll top it.

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    well i think they will definitely come out with newer and better VT series but notice they will never mention things like its better then the others in the series
    just highlighting the pros for the racket released.

    anyway not necessary that later model in the VT series will be alot better. alot of players still like AT700 =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinpops View Post
    799 after or before discount?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ultraman View Post
    Before discount.
    my regular seller quote me just RM560 for vt80 ~usd 185

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    Quote Originally Posted by xen0303 View Post
    my regular seller quote me just RM560 for vt80 ~usd 185
    Where is the shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by :renegade: View Post
    Where is the shop?
    no shop..just a popular trusted online seller

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    Well 799 after 30% is 560 anyway. Anyone knows if AJ has it yet?

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    just got info from the folks at Synergy Badminton that they will be getting the VT80 in stock on Tuesday. will go and check it out after work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    just got info from the folks at Synergy Badminton that they will be getting the VT80 in stock on Tuesday. will go and check it out after work.
    We are in serious need of the first review ASAP lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinpops View Post
    We are in serious need of the first review ASAP lol
    well let's see if they are willing to let me take one out for demo. i don't feel like chipping out $200 at the moment.

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    Does anybody know where in europe this racket is as 3U version available? 4U version might too light for singles? Does anybody have experiences with a 4U racket for singles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Does anybody know where in europe this racket is as 3U version available? 4U version might too light for singles? Does anybody have experiences with a 4U racket for singles?
    it all depends on the balance.

    i used a 4U SW35 for singles and have no problems with it. but if i use a very light headed 3U i don't think i will like it for singles.

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