Lining N9 vs Yonex VT Z Force II

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  1. nuugut

    nuugut Regular Member

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    Hi, I'm looking for new racket.
    My style play is love to smash some cut and drop. (playing double most)
    My old racket is Armortec 800 Offensive (4U), but after playing I always pain at my shoulder.

    and now my choice is Lining n9 or VT Z Force II
    I would like to ask that
    1.which one fit more for me?
    2.which one is faster racket?

    Thank you.
     
  2. nuugut

    nuugut Regular Member

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    any opinion?
     
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    Naim.F.C Regular Member

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    Think The ZF2 is still too new for anyone to have compared them yet.
     
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    nuugut Regular Member

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    I think the ZF2 is almost the same as ZF1 so if anyone have experience about N9 and ZF1 please share.

    Thank you
     
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    cooc67 Regular Member

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    The VTZF2 is stiffest as N9
     
  6. alanwong76

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    I have Lining N9 and Yonex Voltric Zforce II

    if you happen shoulder pain after games, means your shoulder strength is not that strong to handle the racket, you should go for N9 but no doubt, compare Lining N9 W3 ( 3U ) and Zforce II 4U. Zforce II still have better smashing power and faster swing.
     
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    The obvious different is Z-Force 2 able to swing faster and smaller head frame. N90 need more arm strength to smash.

    Personally I like the fell of Z-Force 2.
     
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    If u have shoulder pain after shots and games... I would advice u go for flexible rackets.. Li Ning rackets is about right...
     
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    Accordaz Regular Member

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    Why do you consider Z-Force II if your play style is cut and drop? Especially if you have shoulder problems.
    Z-Force II will be head heavy and pretty stiff.
    N9 is far away from that stiffness. Probably a much better choice.
     
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    I also own both rackets and I can say the n9 is more forgiving and not as stiff as the z force ii
     
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    I suggest you try light racket with head heavy first. Then after you get use to it, then you can shift to ZFII :). That's what I did. I had shoulder pain first few weeks of my ZF2 but now it's fine. :)
     

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