Voltric z force or Voltric 80?

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  1. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    I've been playing with a Z-Slash for the past few weeks, and having the smaller sweet spot is quite noticeable especially if you play with a Z-Force or Arcsaber 10 for a number of weeks.
    Make sure, you try and stick to one racket if you keep swapping your timing will be all over the place and its not nice!
     
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    Oh I see :0 I think I will try the zslash later on when I'm better, yeah I tend to stick with one racquet and get used to it and all, does the z force swing faster as well or?
     
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    I would say a little bit since, it's head heavy, the frame is slightly smaller then conventional rackets but the shaft is extra shaft.
     
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    Oh I see :0, but the head heaviness should help out with the shaft flexing
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Yea it should, as long as you don't have the mixture of having a slow swing speed racket with a Z-Slash it's fine
     
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    Yeah :), 20 more days for me LOLOL, I hope you enjoy your new back up z force when you get it :)
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    I'm getting it tomorrow!! I just need to sleep and hopefully it comes in so I can go play with it! :D
    Thanks! I'm really excited! :D
    I'm sure when you get your hands on it you will understand why I love it so much :D
     
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    Yay! (": have fun with it & tell me how MBS stringing service is okay?, I fixed my pan handle on my clears I think I just need to record il still record, I just need to work on getting rid of my pan handle on smashes , are over head clears okay with pan handle since my back hands are weak? I also use pan handle for backhands sometimes too.
     
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    Please please search for thejym 's video on forearm pronation on YouTube

    If you're doing that properly, you won't be able to use pan handle at all unless under very special circumstances.
     
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    Alrightyyyy
     
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    Oh wow.., I watched the video , I always thought that way was wrong because it felt weird.. But I need to get rid of the way I stroke, thanks visor I appreciate it, going to play again at my recreational centre going to try to break my habit. I appreciate it lots.
     
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    It'll feel weird first few hrs, but you must persevere. Then it'll become natural and automatic.
     
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    Thanks visor yes I must break this silly habit of mine, I do want to progress far in badminton. Yeah :) thanks visor !! Have a great night!
     
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    I personally think you should go for the VT80 because ZF is really overwhelming if you dont have the strength. Just promise to your self you wont sell ur ZF when u have a hard time taming it lol
     
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    It's kinda too late LOL, I already have the z force coming , I will don't worry LOL
     
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    I found this old shuttlecock at my recreational centre last Sunday :0, everyone left and I was the only
    One so I took the shuttlecock LOL
     
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    ah the MBS stringing service is good, its standard, I went to the store and they strung a racket I bought from them before.
    I would say its better to get rid of the habit of holding your racket using a pan handle grip and try and use a "hand shake" grip you can get power from all over the court.
    Using pan handle for backhands is fine
     
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    I received my racket a few minutes ago! :D already gripped and ready to play :D
     
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    Yeah I'm doing that, thank you, I can't wait to try smashing with proper grip... Probably will be way better.., thanks ! :) okay because I heard the racquet stringing isn't that good but I'm glad!
     
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    Enjoy your racquet! Have fun :) !
     

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