Difference in Swing weights

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by pmxgs0, May 11, 2011.

  1. pmxgs0

    pmxgs0 New User

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    Hello,

    I was comparing the swing weights of several rackets in two web sites,
    TW and ******* sports. Certain models have huge differences.
    For example, the Dunlop Aerogel 200 Tour has a sw of 332 in ******* sports and 352 in TW, which is a huge difference.
    I might be able to handle a sw of 332, but 352 is too high for me.
    The figure from ******* Sports site makes much more sense to me, because the Dunlop Aerogel 200 range starts with the 16x19 model (312 grams with 309 sw) then 200 (322 grams and sw of 322) and the tour (334 grams and sw of 332).

    Does anyone know how TW measures Swing weight? Do they use a RDC machine ?

    thanks
     
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  2. pmxgs0

    pmxgs0 New User

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    I've just realized that the forum automatically deletes the name form the other web site.
    The website is mid w e s t s p o r t s
     
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  3. ptr

    ptr Rookie

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    Most of site has default vendor's data. TW is measuring they sticks.
     
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