˚˚˚˚˚Dunlop 200G Club˚˚˚˚˚

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  1. db10s

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    All versions... As long as there is a G after the 200. Membership is required if you have ever played with one :wink:. An example would be the MW200G, the G is what qualifies it.... Because the G is cool... :cool:.
     
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  2. mmk

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    Four Hotmelt 200G XLs, leaded up a little bit in the hoop, leather grips.
     
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  4. Muppet

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    MuscleWeave 200G 95. Still trying to decide if this is too much racquet for me. I have to be in very good condition to use it well. I recently added a little lead 7" up the handle to get a power assist. I haven't played with it yet to find out if it will work. If it plays well, it will be the backup to my Aerogel 200. Maybe I'll start with the MW then switch to the AG when I sart getting tired.
     
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  5. BDAZ

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    Funny, I just rediscovered my 200G's. Rev, MW, and HM 200G have been seeing the court a lot lately.
     
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  6. mltaylor

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    Dunlop MW 200g 95

    Count me in!

    I've also rediscovered the racquet I loved most when I first got back into tennis.

    MW 200g

    I've added a leather grip + overgrip and it comes to 12 1/2ozs. It swings so easily it does not feel like a 12oz. + racquet. I get a lot of racquet head speed and because it's so flexible and lower powered that I rarely hit it out. Feel and touch is extraordinary.

    I'm using 3 set-ups to see what I like best.

    Mains/Crosses

    Nat.gut/Alu Rough 53/50
    Ace 18 53
    Nat. gut 50

    So far I like the first 2 the best.

    I've also picked up a couple of Rev. 200g's. I like them a lot. Feels like a POG Mid with a tighter string pattern. Definitely more crisp then the MW.
     
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  7. Quadium

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    have a hotmelt 200g, plays like a dream. just got a dunlop select pro revelation 200g. plays even better. 200g is the ****
     
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  8. Muppet

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    This club thread is great. It's so exclusive. Thank you OP.
     
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  9. pvaudio

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    Although no longer my playing frame, I am in this club. The HM200G was the first non-cheap frame I bought back in 7th grade. I still have that one too, along with a few others bought when I started college. That a frame that was made properly. I seriously think the HotMelt series was the best Dunlop has had yet.
     
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  10. Lavs

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    Sorry to correct you but Revelation Select Pro and Revelation 200g are not the same rackets.. Revelation Select Pro has nothing to do with 200g series...
     
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  11. rev200g

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    Although not playing any of the "G" 200 series, I used to play with the Revelation (hence my handle) and the Muscleweave before moving onto the 4d 200 and the 300 Tours.
     
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  12. HewittX

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    2 Hotmelt 200g 90in frame

    sick stick ;)
     
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