SYSOP: Specs for the Dunlop 200G XL?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by BHud, Mar 23, 2004.

  1. BHud

    BHud Professional

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    When will you be providing these (not the manufacturers numbers)?
     
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  2. SliceServe

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    Has anyone noticed that the Dunlop 200g XL rated a 56RDC for flex! That's very soft for a modern frame.

    Here's my question: Do you think it scored a low flex because the RDC machine had a little more leverage (an extra 1/2") to bend the frame over the fulcrum point? ***I'm assuming that everyone has seen the RDC in action.

    or

    Did Dunlop actually change the material layup of this frame and this is just not an extended version of the regular yellow and black HM200g (which rates a 60RDC)?

    If my 2nd statement is true, this frame could be a potential arm saver for some, especially cut down to standard 27" length.
     
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  3. TW Staff

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    All,
    Current specs are TW specs as measured on our RDC machine. All of the racquets came out very close to manufacturer target specs.

    Thanks,
    Chris, TW.
     
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