Racquet Codes: Head Edition

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Seven, May 15, 2008.

  1. Seven

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    I'm familiar with the PT57 code variants, but has anyone got any idea which racquet the PT10 code is for? Apparently I have a couple of racquets coming in under that code, so I'm kind of curious as to exactly what they're going to be under the paint...
     
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  2. johnathan smith

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    Don't have a clue what that code is. I have had pt57a's, and 57e's and currently have some pt's with microgel radical paint that have nothing on the inside of the throat at all. I am assuming they are "A's" as they are real flexible..
     
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  3. Seven

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    Wow, nobody? Really? And I know for a fact that they're not A's, as another person who playtested them before me told me that they're rather stiff. The racquet simply has the PT10 code on the inside of the throat. Oh well, I guess I'll have to wait until they get here to find out...
     
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  4. vsbabolat

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    Prestige Classic 600
     
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  5. Seven

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    Oh? Well now I'm excited. I've been told this one is stiffer, though, so we'll see. I've been with Yonex for a while now, but if this is good I may go back to Head...
    Thanks!
     
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  6. johnathan smith

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    Hey Seven,
    Drop me an email when you get those frames and let me know what actually showed up...
    Thanks,
     
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  7. Seven

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    I'll post pics here, if I have time.

    I'm not quite curious myself. I've had PC600s before, but none of them were this supposed stiffer layup, so this should be interesting.
     
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  8. johnathan smith

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    Oh, I thought they mightbe PT 630's...
     
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  9. Seven

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    Nope, they're 90's, sorry! I don't think I'd have been willing to sell/part with them anyways, they're testers/prototypes, so I might end up using them.
     
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  10. Seven

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    Handled/strung them today, definitely PC600s, though the stiffness is unknown as of yet. Hit a few volleys with them, and they're definitely stiffer...
    I might post some pics in the coming days...
     
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