Aerogel 4d100 and 4d200 tour

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by PatrickB, Sep 7, 2009.

  1. PatrickB

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    Local stringer had samples of them in the shop yesterday - the 4d100 felt nice in the hand and looked good, too, with a nice balance, though it's a little small for me. The 4d200 tour felt like a club - much head-heavier than the 4d200 and not something I'd enjoy playing with. I wonder if Dunlop is trying to compete with the Babolat PureDrives with the 4d200 tour...
     
  2. mrmo1115

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    I didn't like the 4d 200 at all , much preferred the AG 200.
     
  3. Zielmann

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    What if you add some lead in the handle to fix that balance issue?
     
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    Has anyone posted a picture of the new 4D 200 Tour?
     
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    read the bold print...
     
  7. mrmo1115

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    I'm sorry didn't catch that, there is supposed to be a 200 t?
     
  8. Zielmann

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    S'okay. Innocent mistake. I hadn't heard anything of a 200 Tour until reading the first post here, myself. Maybe Dunlop is finally gonna break into the 12+ oz category with this one? Could be a good thing...
     
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    So we are very close to a release of the new ag100? So freaking excited
     
  10. PatrickB

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    Well, all I can say is that it's a sample my stringer (who used to string at the U.S. Open) was sent by Dunlop, but it looked full production (paintjob, specs on throat, etc.) to me. I'll see if I can look at it again and write down the specs.
     
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