Aerogel 300 Appreciation Society

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  1. Staiger

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    This thread is dedicated to Dunlop for developing one of the best racquet on court today; with the new aerogel 4D 300 coming out, I thought it would be an appropiate time to create this club for the AG300.

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    Rackets Reviews

    page 6, post #109 AG300 16x18 review - Damp
    page 9, post #179 AG300 16x19 review - PimpMG
    page 17, post #331 AG300 through AG200 comparison chart - Damp
    page 25, post #487 AG300 16x19 vs. Bab Pure Storm - Shell
    page 29, post #565,6,8 AG300 QC report - PimpMG, DavidG, Staiger
    page 35 post 686 Dunlop AeroGel 4D 300 Tour Review! Inspire
    page 35, post #688 AG4D300T vs. AG200 16x19 - Eikel
    page 41, post #815 AG4D300T review - Tennisguy777
    page 46 post #904 AG100 vs AG300 16X19
    page 52, post #1039 AG,4D,MFil 300 comparison - Redflea
    page 53, post #1058 4D 10 pack bag review - Drake
    page 61, post #1202 AG300 16x18 vs. AG 200 16x19 comparison - Scott D
    page 67, post #1332 Radical vs. MFil 200 comparison - Redflea
    page 100,post #1996 AG 4D 300 Tour vs Babolat Pure Storm -Dadozen *
     
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  2. ac3111

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    I was looking at the other Dunlop Aerogel clubs and was wondering why there is not one for the 300...
    I thought of opening one but since I have not in my hands the Aerogel 300 I thought to remain patient.
    I have noticed that there are two Aerogel 300 versions, one 16x19 and 16x18.
    I will order it either now or tomorrow along with the Yonex RDS 003, because I want to try other than Prince and Wilson racquets.
    Hopefully I will join the club very soon, if not already...
     
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  3. Staiger

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    Hi , I demoed both version but my style of play suited toward the 16X 19 version. The Tour version (16 X18) is better for base-liner and it ,has less feel, with a bit more 'pop' on the serve. Both are very solid racquets and they wont disappoint.

    This page is for anyone who is a fan of the aerogel 300 (not just for people who is using it as their prime racquet )
     
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    I hit with this frame a couple weeks ago and liked it a lot. Great for hammering forehands - I play with an M-Fil 200 Plus and AG 500 leaded up -
     
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  5. Cal_Sports

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    I've hit with this frame before, and found it to be a great stick. You get great spin and power out of it. Definitely a confidence builder.
     
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    I second that! Unfortunately sold all 3 and have moved on from the 300s to something even better for my game the Aerogel 200!
     
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    I love the 300 as well, practically everything about it, but somehow it doesn't feel great, merely good. I liked the 200 more as well, so i'm looking to buy either that one or the 200 4d.
     
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  8. Staiger

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    AG200 aint too bad as well, but it lack the power . I tried to tune the 200 up but with no success, I used lead tapes , different tension/ hybrid strings and o/r grips . The 200 is definitely better for serve and if you prefer to dominate the point from the back of courts ; but it certainly lack the maneuverability for my game ! I cant wait for the AG 4D 300 (what a mouthful) to be out !!!!:):) I heard it has a perfect balance of control and power ! Does anyone have a picture and spec (if different) for the racquet !!
     
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  9. The Dampener

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    I've used both versions of the 200, and both of the 300, and am now settled on the 300 16x18 . Consider me an appreciator.
     
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  10. The Dampener

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    By the way, while the standard version's string pattern provides a touch more control, the 16x18s weight and balance make for more stable volleys.
     
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    Try putting a dampener on and string it @58lb + ~5g of lead tape at the throat (if you still got the AG300) !

    I felt the 16 x 18 version had less feel around the net (you got to love the drop-volleys) :mrgreen:
     
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    After a long search for the holy grail.. It came down to the ag300 and kblade 98.

    Had good deals on the AG300 and went with it.

    I can say, is I really really want to like the stick. Its appeasing to the eye and easily customizable.

    I tried it out native.. I was scared, it was so unstable and every shot sounded like this little dink. I put it back in my back.. quickly.

    On returning home, I added weight.. weight, more weight. Well, not alot, about up to 11.8 oz. and tried it, phew!! Talk about relief, some weight in the handle and some on the head and it turned to be quite solid. I use duct tape instead of lead. Duct tape turns out has alot of weight and it does double duty to protect the head.

    Shots were quite crisp despite it being 98 inch head. Volleys were crisp too. Hopefully tomorrow, I'll be able to test it out some more, serves over heads and my array of junk shots. One thing I was having an issue is that since I have a very eastern, almost continental forehand grip.. my shots were sailing abit. my typical forehand is a frozen clothline screamer that dips at the baseline.. with the 16x19 I notice that either I hit long or it goes short just beyond the service line.

    Well thats just tennis I guess and I'll have to adjust, What I love is the topspin lobs I'm able to generate, one of my other shots I love to use. Nothing better than watching your opponent rush the net only to do nothing and watch the topspin lob sail over their heads.. great shot to have.

    Well I'm happy with the racquet and expecting my 2nd any day now.


    Any suggestions on what strings are best? Right now I have this synthetic gut, which I don't like particularly well.. let me know please.
     
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  13. Staiger

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    I uses the Luxilon Big Banger ALU Power @58 but it depends , I had one strung with 60 lbs which I prefer to use against bigger hitters. Have you tried the other version yet ??
     
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  14. The Dampener

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    Anyone have any updated info on where 4D will take the 300? Will there be one model, or more?

    Thanks
    Damp
     
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    i switched to the ag300 about a week back and i love it , especially on serve!
     
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  16. Staiger

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    Rackets Reviews

    page 6, post #109 AG300 16x18 review - Damp
    page 9, post #179 AG300 16x19 review - PimpMG
    page 17, post #331 AG300 through AG200 comparison chart - Damp
    page 25, post #487 AG300 16x19 vs. Bab Pure Storm - Shell
    page 29, post #565,6,8 AG300 QC report - PimpMG, DavidG, Staiger
    page 35 post 686 Dunlop AeroGel 4D 300 Tour Review! Inspire
    page 35, post #688 AG4D300T vs. AG200 16x19 - Eikel
    page 41, post #815 AG4D300T review - Tennisguy777
    page 46 post #904 AG100 vs AG300 16X19
    page 52, post #1039 AG,4D,MFil 300 comparison - Redflea
    page 53, post #1058 4D 10 pack bag review - Drake
    page 61, post #1202 AG300 16x18 vs. AG 200 16x19 comparison - Scott D
    page 67, post #1332 Radical vs. MFil 200 comparison - Redflea
     
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  17. lwto

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    I will be using the same strings.. the ALU Power, but probably with a hybrid, of Natural gut on the X's, probably at 60 lbs also.

    On one hand I want to go ahead and restring.. immiedietly, on the other hand, I think I should wait and play these installed strings out.

    Question I ask.. Do I like the way they play?
    Self: No, not particuarly.
    Self: Would new strings play better?
    Self: I HOPE TO GOD THEY WILL..I like the newer strings on my older racquets I've used..
    Self: OK.. that is settled, I"m taking it to my stringer tonite.

    There you go, tomrrow, though it will be stormy and rainey, I will have new strings and no where to play.
     
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  18. hoosierbr

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    The AG 300 is one of the sweetest sticks out there. Perfect weight and balance and easy to customize. Even in stock form as close to a perfect racquet as you can get, even for a serve-and-volleyer like me.
     
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  19. Staiger

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    Rackets Reviews

    page 6, post #109 AG300 16x18 review - Damp
    page 9, post #179 AG300 16x19 review - PimpMG
    page 17, post #331 AG300 through AG200 comparison chart - Damp
    page 25, post #487 AG300 16x19 vs. Bab Pure Storm - Shell
    page 29, post #565,6,8 AG300 QC report - PimpMG, DavidG, Staiger
    page 35 post 686 Dunlop AeroGel 4D 300 Tour Review! Inspire
    page 35, post #688 AG4D300T vs. AG200 16x19 - Eikel
    page 41, post #815 AG4D300T review - Tennisguy777
    page 46 post #904 AG100 vs AG300 16X19
    page 52, post #1039 AG,4D,MFil 300 comparison - Redflea
    page 53, post #1058 4D 10 pack bag review - Drake
    page 61, post #1202 AG300 16x18 vs. AG 200 16x19 comparison - Scott D
    page 67, post #1332 Radical vs. MFil 200 comparison - Redflea
     
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  20. oest10

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    Update!

    I only played with the 16x19, just an hour ago i played with the tour version (16x18) and i felt it was just in a league of its own..
    Im trying the ag200 18x20 tomorrow, but have serious doubt whether it will stand any chance against the 16x18 ag 300.
    It looks like next week i will have 4 brand new ag300 16x18 rackets in my bag! Ill let you know if i liked the 200 and which ones i buy
     
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  21. The Dampener

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    Tim, it is. The 16x18 offers the heft and stability of the 200s along with the power of the 300. By the way, how do you get yours? Do you live in Europe? I always have to hunt mine down. Thanks.
     
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  22. oest10

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    Yes, I live in the Netherlands, i can get the 300 16x18 for 100 euro's each, which is roughly 140 dollars. but i get 30%discount, + more discount probably when i take 4, so prob. 60-70 euro's a piece. :)
     
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  23. ac3111

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    I live in Europe too. May I ask if there is a good e-store in Netherlands where I could order some Aerogels 300 from?
     
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  24. The Dampener

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    I still don't know why Dunlop doesn't offer the Euro models here. They're missing out on revenue. Must be something contractual.

    Consider yourselves fortunate, my European friends.
     
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    I'll mail you the website. great store, ag300 tour version (16x18 ) for 99 euros and all other dunlop racket 125 euros

    ok you cant receive mail, so ill post the website name, delete the spaces between the letters.
    w w w . t e n n i s p l a n e t . c o m
     
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  26. ac3111

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    Thanks a lot, mate. I have come to the conclusion that some UK stores seem to be cheaper than any other in Europe and the US regarding a couple of Yonex and Dunlop models. Don't know why, maybe they are getting good deals.
     
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  27. Ninjamike

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    I just ordered one online here in sweden. One retailer were selling their demo raquets so i bought one for 600SEK, wich is €60
    Cant wait to try it out, I'll have to wait til sunday tho...
     
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  28. Dominik

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    Add me please!

    I have 5 of these, all leaded up 3g at 9, 3g at 3, 9g on the handle, and for each a babolat leather grip for a bit more weight + feel of the bevels.

    Such an amazing setup! :D
     
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    Members of the Areogel 300 Club :

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    3) FloridaAG
    4) Tim Oosting
    5) The Dampener
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    7) Team Tomo
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    9) ericwong ( using aerogel 300 16 x 1 8 )
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    Members of the Aerogel 300 Club

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    I just ordered the 300 (16x19). Along with it I ordered a dunlop muscle weave dampener and an dunlop hydramax overgrip (white).
    Why the list stops at 13? Some consider it to be unlucky but I am not one of those superstitious. I think I will be the 13th in the Aerogel 300 Appreciation Society.
     
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  32. Staiger

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    You already at the number 2 spot , so you are safe and the list dosnt stop at number 13; I am just being lazy but I hope to get more than 100 members . I am also changing my overgrip to Dunlop as well (Hydratac)-;since the Head xtremesoft I used are rubbish and costed me a racquet on one of my serve last month, they dont usually last a set as well :(

    Dominik , which version of the AG300 you are using , just curious about your set up (without the leather grip, I hated them !) and may try it with mine this weekend !
     
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  33. ac3111

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    I am already number 2. I sure like the looks of Dunlop. I wish it suits my game as well and keep it for long. But I think in the society there should be people that tested or tried the Aerogel 300 and appreciate or like or approve it as a racket.

    Yet I can't have an opinion. I hope I will have it by the weekend and will report my thoughts and feeling. The last couple months I was practising and playing with a Prince Ozone 7 and a Wilson K six-one 95 (18x20).
     
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  34. doaklanda

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    Can u please add me to this elite club.... I've played with other raquets but none come close to the feel of the AG 300. I purchased one 3 months ago and still keep getting better with it. It just feel's perfect.:) What strings an tension do some you all use?? I got Dunlop M-Fil tour16 @62lbs


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  35. Dominik

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    I'm using the 16x19 version, it plays like a dream!

    I actually hated the normal grip that came with it, it's way too cushiony and you couldn't feel the bevels well with an overgrip on. With a leather grip and Wilson pro on top, it feels too nice :D

    If you don't put the leather grip on just put a few more grams on the handle - play around with it, there were a few setups I didn't really like with the racket. However, I have to say, it's definitely one of the most customizable frames out there :)

    I use topspin cyberflash 17l at 55lb with my setup, holds tension *very* well, basically until it breaks.
     
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  36. ericwong

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    Hey....I am using topspin too but different model. I use cyberpower 17 at 53/55 lbs. What a power when I crushed those short balls. :)
     
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  37. Dominik

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    Have you tried Cyberflash in the same gauge? How does it compare to the Cyberpower you're using right now?
     
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    Members of the Aerogel 300 Club

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    To be honest the MFil tour strings aint too bad , plenty of feel and control but I decided to I string two of mine with Luxilon Big Banger Rough @60lbs and one with Ashaway Crossfire 16(or 17 I forgotten ) @58lbs . i didnt like the dunlop dampener though and used the one I had before (Gamma) . I didnt find the grip to be a problem but I am now using the Hydromax (good absorbancy and less tacky) overgrip which I found to be better than Supergrap :) and easier to apply on the court !
     
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  40. doaklanda

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    For now I'm ok with the MFill tour strings. I've tried a couple poly's on other raquets , it was kinda harsh 4 my liking. I'm due for a string job so I'm thinking of trying some NXT tour 16 or Babolat Excel?? When I demoed a Babolat raquet a lil while back it had Excel on it, played pretty good but I noticed it started to notch real bad an fast. I also heard NXT tour moves around a lot?? I'm not a real heavy hitter, plus i use medium topspin. Any suggestions would be good.:confused:
     
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    I just ordered 4 Dunlop Aerogel 300 Tour ( 16 x 18 ) 's , should have 'em in 2 days.
     
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  42. The Dampener

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    Stop. Please stop. You're just taunting. ; )
     
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  43. Ninjamike

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    I played my new aerogel for the first time today! Recently i bought a Pure Drive that basically just got me hurt! But this raquet feels alot different, nicer feel at ballimpact and a very nice sound! But most importantly, no pain!
    Im just an intermediate player that plays once or twice a week, so most likely im a bit off in my description, but still im very impressed by this stick!
     
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  44. howardox

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    Also a first-time purchaser of a Dunlop Aerogel 300 after playing with a Head Radical Ti Oversize for many years. Getting used to this raquet. I decided to switch to a more manoeuverable racquet to improve my serves. I was also looking for more control. First impressions:

    1) Enjoying serving and hitting overheads.

    2) Compared to the radical, I am able to put the ball where I want it. Inside out forehands stick to the corners.

    3) Long relaxed swings work better than trying to muscle the ball.

    4) Would have liked a bit more stability on the groundies. The racquet I wound up with weighs only 300 grams strung and the swingweight is also 300, compared to Dunlop's published specs of 309 grams and 312 swingweight.

    I added 6 grams to the throat and have tried it out once with this added weight. Although the racquet seems more substantial on the groundies, I'm not sure if I may have too much uncontrollable power on the serve.

    If anyone's added weight to their frame, I'd be curious to hear you experience.

    Thanks.



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  45. The Dampener

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    I know this is the appreciation thread. But here's something I don't appreciate.

    Dunlop is reversing directions with the new 4D AG 300s (see below). The lighter version now has a more open string pattern. And the heavier version has a tighter pattern. I'm truly disappointed.

    Anyone venture a guess as to why they might do that?

    Aerogel 4D 300:
    Headsize: 98
    Weight: 290g
    Balance: 320mm
    Beam Width: 21mm
    String Pattern: 16 x 19

    Aerogel 4D 300 Tour:
    Headsize: 98
    Weight: 305g
    Balance: 310mm
    Beam Width: 20mm
    String Pattern: 18 x 20
     
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  46. howardox

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    I saw a 4d 200 16x19 version at 327 grams strung coming out.
     
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  47. The Dampener

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    We have no appreciation for 200s in here. ;)
     
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  48. Staiger

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    From looking at the spec , I think I might just stick with the normal version of 300 and add abit of lead . I have no idea why they would decide to have an 18 x20 for the tour version, thats as you say a real big disappointment , apart from that everything else is the same with the AG series of 300.

    Anyway , how does the 4D Compare with the AG on the feel and control , is there a big improvement or it is gone backward in term of development.
     
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  49. howardox

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    Isn't the current AG300 a light racquet with an open string pattern?
     
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  50. The Dampener

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    Good question. The 4Ds aren't on the market yet. But I have run across a review or two on these boards. Can't remember exactly where, but a quick search might dig them up.
     
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