help finding a 4u, stiff, balanced racket

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  1. engrjoey

    engrjoey New Member

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    Looking for a 4u, stiff, balanced racket.
    Recommendations please. thank you
     
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    JS10Q, NF800
     
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    JS10Q as mentioned above, Adidas Kalkul A3 and A5 are also great rackets
     
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    thanks for the recommendation. any rackets you can think of that does not have compact sized head?
     
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    llrr Regular Member

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    If you don't mind a bit more head light there are more options, like NF700
     
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    If you can get a light one, the 4U AX88D is very nice. Many females on the JAP team use it.

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    thanks all. im currently using nr900, while i find it great for doubles, I would like to try a 4u racket with roughly the same specs. also wondering if a nanoflare900 is in the horizon.
     
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    I would recommend you try BS12 if you can get your hands on it. It's not as stiff but you'll probably love it
     
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    thanks llrr, will definifely look at your recommendations
     
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    Have a look at the Victor Auraspeed 90S, 90K and 98 K.
     
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    auraspeeds are great. Also, you may check hypernano x900x (dominator one, black color). stiff and even balanced racket with decent power
     
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    Don't think you will go wrong with ARS90S. Excellent racket. User friendly. Been using mine for over a year. Had some great games with it last night.
     
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    duo9 or duo10lt
     
  15. Vishal Vaibav

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    If u want a 4U stiff and balanced racquet, blindly go for the Voltric Z Force II, I have it and it is just too awesome.....
    stiffness and balance combined with power, its just too good
    i would recommend you go for the Voltric Z Force II........
    Hope this helps
     
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    Sir,

    Then if I want a 4U and head heavy racket, which one should I go for? Nanoray 700? :rolleyes:
     
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    your ZF definitely broken or fake bro:eek:
    ZF are the head heaviest, the stiffest, the slimmest shaft, & lastly at the same time the smallest frame racket that ever exist. Its 4 the most thing in 1 racket.
     
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    sorry i thought he said he wanted a head heavy balanced racquet..
    if u want an even balance racquet, maybe you shud go for the Arcsaber 10 or 11.
    they are very good racquets......
    if u want an attack racquet of head heavy racquet, maybe you shud go for the Voltric Z Force II or the Astrox 99
    they're very good....
    hope this helps............
     
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    Totally agree... Arc10 (next to impossible to find in a store), Arc11 ( Perfectly.balanced)

    For Head Heavy:
    VT ZF2 ( Powerful Little beast)
    Instead of Astrox 99 I would prefer Ax88D or AX 100ZZ
     
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    @kwun where is the dislike button?!!! :mad:
     

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