My exp with RDX 300

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Ezekiel, Mar 29, 2006.

  1. Ezekiel

    Ezekiel Rookie

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    Iv been using the RDX 300 for bout a few months on and off, used pure drive then went back to RDX.

    It is a reasonably stable racket though its sweetspot isnt big at all. Whenever i do basically any stroke and hit it bout 10 and 2 o clock position it goes really "dead" and the frame tends to be unstable at that point. Whenever i do hit the sweetspot its not that satisfying at all it is also very tin like. I dont know why but with any shock absorber it just feels sooo bad. I used alu power and o my.... it was like hitting a raw piece of metal. Hated it. I also find it low powered. Im gonna change to a head liquidmetal
     
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  2. Ezekiel

    Ezekiel Rookie

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    radical* hopefully that will solve my problems
     
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  3. FuZz_Da_AcE

    FuZz_Da_AcE Rookie

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    i actually didnt mind the rdx, in fact, i quite liked it lol. but of course, that's your opinion, and since diff racquets r for diff people, i respect that.
     
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  4. scotus

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    RDX 300 is a high powered racquet almost at the level of Pure Drive. If you can't get power out of RDX 300, it simply means you strung it up too tight.
     
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