confuse : c10pro is catapult 10 ??

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  1. lucu

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    i call the local agent, they told me c10pro is catapult 10..
    and some people in the board said it is not and it is suppose to be classic 10 pro... i am confuse... can someone give me more details please...
    the agent told me the catapult 10 is all black, while looking at TW pic of c10pro is black/yellow.
    then the agent said the catapult 10 v engine is black/yellow....
    anyone has the close-up pic of c10 pro ?
    i don't want to end up buying the wrong things...
    the local agent told me the 10 series they had is T10 , t10 gen2, t10ve, catapult 10 and catapult 10 ve and the latest is dnx series.....
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    please help.
    thx
     
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    Very soft and comfortable. Reminds me of the way racquets were 20 years ago.
    The only bad thing is it's very light. But weight can be added.

    I preferred the Catapult 10 over the C10 by quite a lot.
     
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  6. NoBadMojo

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    Think the cat10 was a good idea gone bad. It was vey flexy and comfortable. A make your own power frame and looked and performed like a precision instrument...except...the Catapults didnt make for very precision like ball striking on balls hit with no spin. They employed a different catapult system from all the others in this frame and it just wasnt working right. Think if they would have used the regular Volkl catapult grommets, this frame would have been a hit
     
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  7. lucu

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    i am actually want to order t10MP gen2 and c10pro, to find out whether this both racquet will be easier to swing than dnx10mid and have the same character..
     
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    the Gen2 is easier to swing but you will likely have less power. the c1opro doesnt swing much easier than the dnx10Mid and you will likely have less power. the Becker11 Standard is a bit easier to swing than the dnx10Mid and c10Pro, a little harder to swing than the Gen2, and has a more similar feel to the dnx10Mid but with a bit more power and a bit less spin....tradeoffs
     
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  9. lucu

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    MOJO,
    does the c10 swing easier than mid? even by a bit?
    BB11 std has a similar feel to dnx10mid, even it is 18x20? the experience i had with dnx10MP 's stringbed is board and harsh, with low in powered..?
     
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  10. bagung

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    i am quite intrested in c10pro too.....
    it looks cool, but the only thing that worries me is the SW. TW stated 323 for c10pro, while NBMJ said the dnx-10mid is arround 325, it is quie similar, but c10pro wt 12.3oz.........
    the mid is the maximum SW i can handle, therefore i am worried about the 323SW of c10pro....
    t10genII is intresting racquets too with high static wt of 12oz strung but with lower SW of +/- 315......
    intrested to know more about these racquets from the other experts and NBMJ.....
    other than these racquets, fischer m speed pro 98 is quite intresting too.........
    since no demo is available, the expert's advise is the way to go.....
    at this moment, the dnx-10 mid is the best for me with the mojo's hybrid............
     
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  11. NoBadMojo

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    think you guys will find info in the thread that is currently in a position one up from this one about the c10
     
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  12. NoBadMojo

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    this question wasnt answered. if you string the becker11 mid range or lower you will find the stringbed isnt harsh at all and low in power and is pretty darn spinny for an 18 mains frame..you may also find the ball feel a bit similar to the dnx10Mid.
     
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  13. lucu

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    thx, MOJO.
     
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