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01-28-2011, 12:19 PM
HEY my dears.
I am Tamás Magyar-Hunor , your customer from Budapest/Hungary.
i bought 3 Head Youtek Speed Lite size 2's last year and i realized that i'm gonna need to change the racquets pallets because size 2 is to tiny for me.
i've put there 4 overgrips and its okay but this way i'm loosing the grips, i mean the grip is almost round :o (beacause of the 4 overgrips)

i know i can buy from your store 3 pallets of size 3 but can u help me how to change the pallets on my racquets? without ****ing my racquets?
can u make a video and post it for me?

or what advices can you give to me?

thx in advance.

01-29-2011, 01:33 AM
How to change the pallet:

Choose your size:

Or if you are weary about changing the pallet use a heatshrink sleeve...

How to install a heatshrink sleeve by our own YULitle:

Where to get:

Be aware though that the sleeve will add weight and change the balance of your racquet.


01-29-2011, 02:24 AM
what you think which would be the best choice for me?
that heatsleve version sounds really cheap but this will give me the same size as the size 3?but surely this will do the same as the size 3 pallet because i dont want that to be round or it makes it perfect?i need to have the grips(eastern western continenal etc) it sais it makes one size higher.

if im thinking well it will add some weight/balance to the grip and thats good for me, i tried a grip balanced babolat some days ago and it felt better,had more power in hits etc.
whatever, waiting for your answer.

01-29-2011, 11:16 PM
There is no best choice.

If you want to add mass and change the balance to more headlight go for the sleeve.

If you want to keep the original balance (more or less) go for the pallet.

The choice is up to you and it is you who has to decide what's "better".
You know yourself, your needs etc. better than I or TW Staff.

Best of luck to you!

TWE Staff
01-30-2011, 09:38 PM
Thank your for posting this helpful informations, Automatix!

Here just some more information on that topic:


Thanks, Stefan/TWE