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    Smile String size ?

    Any recommendation for the string size with VT80 doing at least 26 pound ? I am currently string it with BG66 at high tension - 27 pound. I still believed there are someone out there that string differently and give the best out from this racket.

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    Sorry , what do you mean by the string size ?? Bg66 for 27 is good , but have you tried ultimax ? its more better than bg66 but not that tahan with high tension.

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    I mean the diameter of the string . Ultimax from Yonex ? I will try next time .

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    I see.. If you want last longer you should go for Bg65 . For raquet every string can support only depends of the string and what feel you want. Ussually for best playing string you can try Medium feeling. Hard feeling not that best for me . Im not sure how you feel about hard feeling .

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    Quote Originally Posted by urameatball View Post
    4U for the girls, children, babies, and girly men.
    3U for real players.
    really? i wonder if u can win me , lets use the old count of 15 points per game..i use 4ug5 vt80 and u use 3u whatever rackets u like. =D

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    what's the dia for BG65 ?

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    0.70mm and i forget to mention Bg66 Ti . It something like ultimax but it last longer than ultimax. But the repultion not that good if compare with ultimax.

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    string the racket with ultimax at 28lbs if u want the racket to chur out all its potential!
    i have triend all kinda string....however i will stick woth nbg98/ultimax! i m using 4ug5 vt80.
    it all depends on ur arm,if ur arm is strong enough,u can try bg80p/bg66ti

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    I'll be moving from 3UG4 to 4UG4 shortly so I'll update with how I feel they compare. I always use the 3UG4 for single and swear by it, The main reason for the 4UG4 purchase is solely for double's use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatty View Post
    I'll be moving from 3UG4 to 4UG4 shortly so I'll update with how I feel they compare. I always use the 3UG4 for single and swear by it, The main reason for the 4UG4 purchase is solely for double's use.
    Could you try singles with vt80 4U too?

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    VT80 4U is head heavier as VT80 3U.

    So even VT80 4U is overall lighter in may have a heavier feeling.

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    Specs of each racket

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    So I've had a few games now with the VT80 4u in doubles and what can I say, the saving in weight certainly has helped the performance near the net ten fold. The racket is so much easier manoeuvre, an absolute delight more so because I'm a vt80 3u user so the racket itself felt like I was holding a familiar racket but with the advantage outlined above. I was grinning like a Cheshire Cat during a few of the games. Performance from the rear of the court was great too, I could easily hit to the back of each corner without exhorting myself. The smashing was superb too I'm not sure how and where the weight saving is but it certainly doesn't feel like it's been removed from the head. For me I think I've found my perfect doubles partner I was using the Victor TK9000 for doubles and I hated that racket!!
    Both my VT80s are strung@28lbs using BG80 Power.

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    This is the VT80 4UG4
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    This is the VT80 3UG4

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    For comparison this is the Victor TK9000
    Oh and I'd like to add that I dont think it feels as stiff as the VT80

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatty View Post
    Oh and I'd like to add that I dont think it feels as stiff as the VT80
    TK9000 should be much stiffer as the VT80. VT80 isn't really stiff also the spec says so.

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