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    Default n90 vs zforce

    just in terms of smashing with is a better racket???

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    If your stamina, and muscle could take it, then it would be N90 ...

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    I do better with my N90 (1st gen) but that's just me, others may find it differently.

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    even if the the vtzf is 3u??

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    things are different when it comes to a 3u zforce,i will choose zforce. =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2909 View Post
    even if the the vtzf is 3u??
    Yes, I was comparing between 3u VTZF and W3 N90 (1st gen), and both were strung with BG66UM @ 25lbs (2-knots).
    I guess the VTZF has a slightly stiffer shaft which makes it a little bit harder to generate the catapult effect, unless you have a very strong and explosive stroke.

    Again, others may feel differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixilver View Post
    Yes, I was comparing between 3u VTZF and W3 N90 (1st gen), and both were strung with BG66UM @ 25lbs (2-knots).
    I guess the VTZF has a slightly stiffer shaft which makes it a little bit harder to generate the catapult effect, unless you have a very strong and explosive stroke.

    Again, others may feel differently.
    I have tried smashing with the 3U and 4U versions of the ZForce, and there is a VERY BIG DIFFERENCE between them. Seems that the smashes done by N90 is similar to the 4U version

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSOFInfinity View Post
    I have tried smashing with the 3U and 4U versions of the ZForce, and there is a VERY BIG DIFFERENCE between them. Seems that the smashes done by N90 is similar to the 4U version
    Sure, because vtzf is head-heavier than N90. Distributed Weight has been pushed more at 2' and 10' position, this leads to if you hold vtzf a bit higher to the cone, you feel it lighter. N90 weight is distributed evenly over the racket and less head-heavy comparing to vtfz, which give you a bit less powerful smash but more stable. N90 mostly is for singles, vtfz could be for both singles and double because if I hold it higher than normal position, I don't feel it heavy and the racket moves pretty fast.

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    thank you guys for helping, really thanks alot~!

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