can anyone tell me how technifibre is when it comes to precise racket specs

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  1. anbu4ever11

    anbu4ever11 Semi-Pro

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    was wondering how good they are on precision.heard babolat is bad and yonex/fischer are good and such.was wondering because im choosing between the babolat aerostorm tour or the Tecnifibre TFight 320 (16x20) Racquet.demod the aerostorm but will redemo it and the technifibre soon.anyone have any suggestions or comment on the tfight
     
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  2. smO

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    Babolat has good QC. Tecnifibre is supposed to have good too.
     
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    I would disagree with the above...I worked in a pro shop selling babolats, string a load of them and have played the Pure Control, Pure Drive and PDR myself. I think the QC is horrible...one of the worst IMO...all the sticks I had were all over the place. Tecnifibre are OK...I would say about the same as dunlop.
     
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    alright good to know thanks
     
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    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=2351434&postcount=326

    If you see that post you can see the relative QC of Tecnifibre. About 4 of the racquets were within 1 or 2 grams of each other, while 1 racquet was about 5 grams heavier than the other 4. The balance also seemed to varied.

    I have a few 320s myself, and although I dont have them measured, they do feel pretty close to each other, well close enough to where I can't really discern a difference. Im sure others who are more sensitive weight and balance, could probably feel a little difference.
     
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    ah cool im going to have a heck of a time choosing between the babolat aerostorm or either the tfight 320 or the newer one coming out.
     
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    babolat doenst hav good QC, its almost (could be as) bad as wilsons
     
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    so if i choose babolat should i make sure i found out what specific spec my racket is and later when i get another get it matched for 20 dollars?
     
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  9. soggyramen

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    i 100% agree with the QC statement here about babolat. we had where i worked at actual PDR's that were HEAD HEAVY yes u read that right.
     
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  10. iplaybetter

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    when i matched my 335's they were off by about 2.5-3.5 grams of each other, and a little less than a point off
     
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    My Tfight 320 weighs 12 oz with 16 gauge strings and an overgrip.
     
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  12. Richie Rich

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    i have a bunch of 325's and they all weigh with in 2g of each other. can't comment on balance point though but they don't feel different.
     
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