JUST GOT THE SPEED MP 16*19 strung with BlackCode

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  1. Tennis_Wiz

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    I JUST GOT THE SPEED MP 16*19 strung with technifibre blackcode!!!!!
    Will Tell you guys all about it tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Very thin beam!!!!! LOOKS SICK!:)
     
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  2. dincuss

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    Where'd you get it?
     
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  3. Tennis_Wiz

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    I have family connections in Dubai!!!!!!!!!
     
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    so lucky!!!
     
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    Lol, did you get SO excited that you just clicked on a section and posted? You have the MP? The beam isn't THAT thin.
     
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  6. Bud

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    Correct. It's quite a bit thicker than the Speed Pro
     
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    Still it is very thin......thinner than I expected....I got so lucky...3 new rackets and a whole bunch of packs of technifibre black and red code!!!!
     
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  8. ayuname

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    pix or it didn't happen! asap!
     
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  9. Sir Andrew of Roddick

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    The Speed Pro series is available in the UK at this very moment, has been for at least a week, anyone can get one now.
     
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  10. ayuname

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    I meant lets see some pictures of the racquet with the strings.
     
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  11. maximo

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    Where?

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  12. BobFL

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    Maybe you should check the spelling on your new strings. I am sure it is a Tecnifibre not Technifibre...
     
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  13. nadal for number1

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    wow please post some pics. good for you
     
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    Yeah. Please do. I would love to see it:)
     
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  18. imalil2gangsta4u

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    where does the racket stand out the most for you?
     
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  19. featherlight

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    u brought the bag together with it
     
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  20. Tennis_Wiz

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    It has great feel at the net, great plow through on strokes especially from the Forehand side!!!!!
    My family in Dubai sent me the whole deal.....and sorry I forgot how to post the pictures...is the link working because it seems to be working on mine....Also the Racket felt great, and had great manueaverability...ps sorry for the bad typing lolz
     
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  21. djoko4thewin

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    nice, was the weight right? like was it heavy enough for a tour player or someone used to a KBT?
     
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  22. Tennis_Wiz

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    The weight is distributed pretty evenly throughout the frame,, and for sure for sum1 who uses a KBT....By far one of the best rackets I have ever played with....
     
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  23. ae1222

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    I have hit with this frame for the last week or so and I have just switched away from the kblade tour (went back to my prince original graphites for now). The feel of the new head racquet is pretty nice, fairly stiff, would guess the RA between 65-67. I just think it is way too light, if i were to use this frame it would need some significant lead tape. The stick just doesn't feel real stable when you really take a big cut at the ball, but some more mass in the head might feel better. I haven't had the opportunity to re-weight them since they are demos at the club, but waiting for the PRO model since it is 20g heavier out of the box, it may hit better (i hope so).
     
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    I play great with this racket and I know that the racket isnt the reason for sucess but it Sure Helps!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  25. djoko4thewin

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    hmm sounds like tennis wize thought gd weight but ae1222 thought it was light, maybe the pro would be better? as it's more like the kbt and heavier, more of a tour racket i guess.
     
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  26. tenniskillz

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    anyone know if the speed pro is similar to the prestige? I know that Head measures the prestiges differently than other companies.. are they continuing the trend on the new rackets? closer to a 96" than 98" as said before about prestiges?
     
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  27. srvnvly

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    can you (or anyone on this board) compare the Speed Pro MP 16 x 19 to the MG Rad Pro? thx
     
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  28. djoker23

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    is the frame flexible?
     
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  29. KuanMaster

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    not really
    68 RA
     
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  30. Tennis_Wiz

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    Yeah....it is not that flexible!!!It is killling my arm....
     
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  31. betovanbuuren

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    more pics.
     
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  32. imalil2gangsta4u

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    What racket can you compare it to? What racket did you use before this one?
     
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  33. Hewitt Aussie

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    hey tennis wiz, have you ever hit with the aerogel 300 (old), if so how does it compare? Also i noticed the microgel radical in one of your pics, how does the speed racket compare to the microgel radical
     
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  34. migjam

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    Probably not just the racquet though, the blackcode is a stiff string that goes dead quickly
     
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