Locations For Lead..........

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by TsongaBonga, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. TsongaBonga

    TsongaBonga Rookie

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    SORRY FOR THE HUGE POST!!!
    Okay so I've just been on the morphinator on RacquetTECH.com.....I wanna change my pure storm into a Kblade tour....So how do I see what the locations are?!
    This is what the page said;

    (Page buttons below table)
    CUSTOMIZATION RESULTS

    SUCCESSFUL FOR => WEIGHT, BALANCE, AND SWINGWEIGHT

    Racquets Length(cm) Weight (gm) Balance(cm) Swingweight( kg·cm²) Sweetspot(COP) (cm)
    Pure Storm_____ 68.58__ 308____ 33.75_____ 319 _____ 53.61
    KBlade Tour_____68.58__ 337____ 31.08_____ 320_____ 55.05
    Morphed= ______ 68.58_ 337.0___ 31.08______ 320_______ 55.4

    WHERE TO ADD LEAD TAPE
    ALL SOLUTIONS ARE EQUAL EXCEPT that solution rows starting with a bullet approximate 3 and 9 o'clock locations and maximize torsional stability, but this may make the racquet feel a bit heavier on shots that rotate the racquet about the long axis (e.g., at the net). All distances are measured from the butt end of the handle.
    Solution # Location 1 (cm) Wt1(gm) Location 2 (cm) Wt2(gm) Location 3 (cm) Wt3(gm)
    1_________ 3____ 29.0__ None_ None_ None______None
    2________ 2____ 29.0___ None__ None_ None_____None 3________ ____ 2__ 25.7___ 3.7 None None
    4 __________ 3_____ 25.8 __ 1__ 3.2 ___ None None
    5_________ 2_____ 23.1____ 1____ 5.9____ None None
    http://www.racquettech.com/cgi/supercalc.cgi
    I'm sorry the link doesnt work, but can somebody explain to me the locations thing on the solutions page.
    Help me please I'm desperate to see!
    Thanx TB
     
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  2. gregraven

    gregraven Semi-Pro

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    The "locations" are measured up from the end of the butt cap in centimeters. The "weights" are given in grams. You choose the solution you like, and use all the entries on that same line. There are multiple solutions to allow you more latitude in placing the additional mass.
     
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