*** T-Fight Club***

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  1. nyc

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    don't really use them anymore...and there's more in the attik.....

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  2. badmice2

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    Sign me up:

    2x Tfight 335 18x20
    - 1st with RedCode 18 @ 60
    - 2nd with MSV Hex 18 @ 60

    Both replaced with TW leather grip.
     
  3. zidane339

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    Welcome! And I also enjoy the TW leather on my 320s! Got any pics?
     
  4. zidane339

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    Nice sticks! What have you moved on to? Which tfights do you like the most? Do you still want to join the club?We can give you an honorary position.:)
     
  5. nyc

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    I'm already in at #9, but thanks bro...

    My favorite stick was the 16x20 TF320 with lead in hoop for 31.5 balance. I have about 4 or 5 of the 320s in 16x20 and 2 18x20s and I think one of the 335s left - havent checked on those in a while.

    I ultimately found them too light, and have since moved on to n6.1 95s that I was able to score on the Bay.
     
  6. zidane339

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    Oh cool, nice to see you keeping up with the club.:) The 320s are a little on the lighter side but the new VO2 seems to have countered that well, esp for me!
     
  7. ChuDat

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    .....................
     
  8. nickynu

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    dont suppose you have any 16x20 320s in a 1/4 grip do you ?
     
  9. nyc

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    yah, 4 or 5 of them...

    thinking of parting ways in spring, to maximize $...


    :)
     
  10. jsomrak

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    I love my tfight 335 strung with isospeed baseline speed, and gosen micro at 63. the black and red looks great. i recently strung one of my frames with baseline and x one biphase 61 and 63. feels weird, strings move too much. what are you guys using? I like tight feel and supply my own power. please let me know.
     
  11. C-XIII

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    anyone using the tfight 325 XL?
     
  12. nickynu

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    Hey NYC - I shot you an email on that very subject :). Hope thats ok, and that you received it successfully. Best Nickynu
     
  13. nickynu

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    Thanks NYC I got the email, sounds cool. Let me know when youre ready. Thanks very much.
     
  14. ChuDat

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    I only got 1 320 zidane339
     
  15. zidane339

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    My bad -fixed!
     
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    If anyone needs a pair of 320's 16x20 in 1/2 grip that's virtually new, I've got a pair for sale.

    Email at spnutball405@aol.com
     
  17. dtrain

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    add me to the list. I have 2 tfight 335's, I made the switch from my k95's and haven't looked back. I just added about 6 grams of led to the 4 and 8 o'clock. It made the racquet feel really nice.
     
  18. ESP#1

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    sup t-flight club,

    I was just wondering what happen to all the t-flight 320 16x20, i demoed this racquet last year and thought it was awesome, procrastinated in getting one and now i cant find em anywhere.
     
  19. zidane339

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    Actually have mine on the fs/ft section now..:)

    I think the V02 max is better for my game, so I'm sticking with that for now
     
  20. smO

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    Count me in. I use T-fight 320 16x20
     
  21. tfm1973

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    got 2 of the new TFight 320 VO2 Max in this weekend. only hit with em for 15 minutes but they are sweet. i know the paintjob is a little silly but i likes em. maybe unfortunately but they don't play like the old TF320's which i had quite a few of. the new TF320 VO2's give up a bit of touch and feel but you gain a HEAPING ton of spin and a good dose of pop. in fact i would say it might rival the aeropro drive and many yonex racquets for spin production. filthy mcnasty spin. :)
     
  22. vndesu

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    2x tfight 335 16x20
    1x tfight 320 16x20

    love em
     
  23. badmice2

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    I'll get some posted later tonight.
     
  24. zidane339

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    Awesome, glad you like them! And you are absolutely right about the spin :). I'm liking the V02 more than the pre ones actually, how do you think they are matching up?
     
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  26. vndesu

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    zidane, how does the tfight 320 compare to the vo2.
    im very curious of trying the vo2, but i heard that it didnt live up to the older model.
    id like to kno whatd you rate it for serve fh etc.
     
  27. zidane339

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    I haven't had that much time with the pre VO2 version, but from my prespective the pre version is more maneuverable on groundstrokes and volleys, and hits a better kick serve. The VO2 version is more stable and has a little more pop, and hits a better flat serve. It fits my game better, but I think both have great attributes, it just depends on the player. The feel of both are similar, but different. You can def feel the extra mass of the VO2. The pre was a bit tinny feeling for me, and didn't feel as stable off the ground.

    Hope that helps a little, def demo!
     
  28. zidane339

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    I'm actually having a little bit of trouble adjusting to the extra power from the 16x19 stringbed of the VO2.My forehands are sailing! I'm experimenting with different strings to try to tone down the power. I took the 18x20 AG200 out today and it felt awesome. I'm primarily a flat hitter so I'm starting to wonder if 18x20 is the fit for my game.I had great success also with the 18x20 KBlade Tour. Maybe the honeymoon period is over for my 320 and its off to the FS section!:( I'm also selling my preVO2s too. I hope I don't have to drop out of this great club!



    What are you guy's swing/ playing styles and how does your TFs fit in with that?
     
  29. ESP#1

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    you might want to try the mg prestige mp, sounds like it would fit your game, i might be selling mine, maybe we can trade
     
  30. zidane339

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    Ah, I have tried the MP Prestige, but it didn't really work for me either. Not sure why, but never produced consistent results with it. Thanks though.

    I posted a reply to you on my ad.It hasn't shown yet, but my 320s are back in college(on spring bread) but I will forward pics to you when I get back if you give me an email. Thanks.
     
  31. Gee

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    Please update my data. Lately I received my second TF335 16x20.

    Exactly as heavy as my other TF335. Excellent QC from TF.
     
  32. vkartikv

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    I had a 335 16x20. I rarely used it but when I did, I found it to be stiffer than my 6.1 classic. A 6.1 which as a flex of 72 seems more comfortable than the 335. Must be the flex/weight distribution...
     
  33. Steve F.

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    The extra crosses make for a firmer stringbed, esp. depending on your string choice. Were you stringing a full stiff poly? FWIW, I find the inverse : I've got the PSC6.1 16x18 and that baby plays as stiff as can be while the TF 335 plays with more flex. Similar sticks though, with the 6.1 playing harsher and the TF335 cleaner. Never had better touch and pop though than with the PSC6.1.
     
  34. nyc

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    hey nickynu, just sent you an email with pics and descriptions...
     
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    Are there any major differences between the new (vo2) tfight 295 and 320 except for the weight? Because the 295 is cheaper over here..
    Anyway I'm playing with a mg radical mp now, but it feels kind of light, and the balance is to head heavy. Played real nice in the beginning (came from APD) with lot's of control, but I mis quite a bit of pop (specially forgiveness) and spin.
    Tending to overhit all the time now, and compensating with full poly stringjob.
    Long story made short, hurts my elbow, and lost some sting in my game.

    Now I'm just wondering wether or not it would be possible to switch to the tfight 320 without to much hastle, and actually have some positive effect on my overal game? I wouldn't rate myself high (don't really know about the ntrp stuff, europe guy :)) but I guess somewhere in the 3.0-3.5 maybe.
    Haven't played any real competition yet, but really want to get starting this summer. But I've been playing for a total of 3year now (and played another 3-4 years when I was around 14years old)

    I've got an alcourt game, depending on my opponents I stick to the baseline or come to the net to finish the points (in general the better the opponent the less I go to the net). I've got quite a good serve for my level, consistency is there. My worst stroke is... 1h backhand. Slice backhand is good tho.

    I did demo the tfight 295 but found it a little to light, bit to much pop and somewhat unastable. (radical was more stable) Can't just get my hand on a tfight 320 to demo, cause stores don't stock the heavier models.

    So I hope I can get some usefull info from you guys :)
    thx in advance!
     
  37. zidane339

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    Definitely sounds like the 320 can help you..you came from the APD right? The 320 is alot light it, with a ton of spin, but more stable and contollable..so give it shot!:)
     
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  38. maartn

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    I'm going to try and find me a demo then :)
    Did another (probably last) hit session with the tfight 295 yesterday, but
    I can't seem to develop a smooth stroke with it. It feels like a toothpick instead of a racket. Don't really know why, it's the same weight as my radical but still feel so much more light. Had a Kblade 98 demo in the bag to which I switched to after the tfight and it feels just so much more solid. Anyway having my APD restrung at the moment and I'm going to give that another go as my main stick for the moment.

    If anyone knows where I should be able to find a demo on the 320 vo2 in Belgium, speak up!
     
  39. zidane339

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    Great let us know if you get your hands on one...did you try TW europe? Not sure if they have their demo program up but its worth a shot!
     
  40. In)SpiRe

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    For the people who have used both the 320 old and the Vo2 320, is there a noticeable difference? I have a chance to get either of these and I'm wondering which one I should go for.
     
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    Very noticable difference, moreso than you would expect..in short, Vo2 = more power, bigger beam, more spin....preVo2= more maneuverable, smaller SW, more control....

    Sweet which one you going with?
     
  42. In)SpiRe

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    Hmm, from that I'll prob go with the Vo2. I'm not too fond of the bigger beam, but it isn't too big. Just 1 mm over what I would like.

    Thank Zidane!
     
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    Cool let us know your thoughts! I have 3 prevo2s, and two vo2s, but I'm prefering the pre version right now (16x20s). For some reason, the vo2s have huge power..plays a lot like a more solid apdc..so I'm trying to dial in a high tension so I can control it..once I can, these are going to be beasts! But meanwhile, the pre ones work great in all aspects of my game.You'll notice serves esp are gigantic with these sticks.:)

    Enjoy!
     
  44. In)SpiRe

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    Well, I'm debating on whether to go for the 320 or go back to the MG Prestige Pro. I also have a 2 for 1 option for a T-Fight 320 and 335 pre-vo2. What do you think?
     
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    Not sure what you mean by the 2 for 1?
     
  46. In)SpiRe

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    I trade 1 racquet for both the 320 and 335.
     
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