New Line Replacement for Dunlop 200 Bio Tour

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  1. claub

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    Will there be a replacement for the Dunlop 200 Bio Tour? (the one with the highest swingweight of all ;))

    Will it have the new head shape of the M F S line?
    Or will it be in the new line of M100, M200 Classic but Tour?
     
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    bump!

    Any news TW Staff?
    or Dunlop reps, or anyone who knows something?

    ps. I really would appreciate a response, because if there will be no replacement I am thinking of stacking up on Dunlop 200 Biomimetic Tour
     
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  4. claub

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    from link http://www.dunlop.com/gb/catalog/2010/tennis/rackets

    old Dunlop Biomimetic 100 has 1 replacement - F100-Classic (same specs)
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 200 Lite has 1 replacement - M2.0 Tour (new head shape, wider beam width)
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 200 has 2 replacements- M200 Classic (same specs) and F2.0 Tour (new head shape, 21.5vs20mm beam width, lower balance)
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 300 Tour has 2 replacements - F300 Tour Classic (same specs) and F3.0 Tour (22vs20mm beam width, new head shape)
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 300 has 2 replacements - M3.0 and M300 Classic.
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 500 Tour has 1 replacement - F5.0 Tour
    old Dunlop Biomimetic 500 has 2 replacements - M5.0 and M500 Classic.

    But what about Dunlop 200 Bio Tour or Dunlop Biomimetic Max 200G?

    Any plans for the future?
     
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    bump!
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  6. mlocke1322

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    Our local Dunlop rep said the Max200G had another year left. Oddly though, it is not on the Dunlop site anymore. Doubt that means anything as it had been out for months before they even put it on there in the first place. According to their site, the closest new frame to it looks to be the M2.0 Tour, though it is a smaller head and has the new frame geometry.
     
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  7. db10s

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    If anything were close to it, it would be the F300 Tour Classic, imo.
     
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  8. mlocke1322

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    Yeah that one is there too. Except its 18x20 and nearly a full oz. lighter. But it is closer in head size and shape. That's what makes me enjoy the Max200G so much. It's a grab bag of all the specs i was looking for. In the new stuff, there isn't really 1 racquet that is a direct comparison. They split the specs up into a few different ones.
     
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  9. yemenmocha

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    I've googled the racquet and on some european sites I'm seeing a F 2.0 Tour
     
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    Yes, but the specs are considerably different from the 200 Bio Tour.
     
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    So no 16main 200 anymore?
     
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  12. mlocke1322

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    The M2.0 Tour is a 16x19
     
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