how about head lm l3

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by trellis, May 31, 2005.

  1. trellis

    trellis Guest

    i prefer both control and power.is it friendly to shoulder and elbow?
     
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  2. doriancito

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    well you have more power on a L3 than control but if you put a nice stiff string at a high tension you will have no problem finding control. And yes....No Harm to your elbow...this is a very friendly racquet (LM instinct) for what i have just described
     
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  3. trellis

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    thank you,and could you please recommend a string
     
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  4. federer_nadal

    federer_nadal Professional

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    what is l3???
     
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  5. Zeta

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    Absolutely friendly with your elbow and shoulder.

    You could try it with different strings to search the best trade-off among power and control. I'm currently playing with a Babolat hybrid (Hurricane 130 25kg - Xcel 130 27kg), you could give a try to a complete Hurricane stringing to gain control, or a complete Xcel stringing to gain touch.

    I suggest to string at higher tension rate, but my coach (that has switched to Instinct from Radical) will tell you to try lower tension... Matter of taste!
     
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  6. trellis

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    OK ,thank you,it seems nice,then i will buy one
     
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  7. trellis

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    I just buy a l3, it is marked "made in Czech", is it right?
     
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  8. Zeta

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    I believe that in Czech only decals and paint are applied...
    Anyway, my Instinct reports "made in czech" too.
     
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  9. trellis

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    i played with l3 for 1 hour and it is really powerful and very easy to adapt to.
     
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