*** T-Fight Club***

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by jdeloach, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. SwissTennis

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    Hey

    I'm not a shop owner ;)

    Since one year I'm working at Swiss Tennis, the national association of tennis in switzerland were I'm responsible person for the interantional tournaments (ITF Mens, Womens and Junior Circuits & Tennis Europe Events).

    Hope to meet one of the priority one stringers next week at the Davis Cup :)

    Regards,
    Rolf
     
  2. 1012007

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    Rolf i am interested in some 320's

    What prices can you do for grip 3 18x20?

    Thankyou
     
  3. SwissTennis

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    Hi
    As I'm not a shope owner I can only help you with T.Fight 320 (16x20) and gripsize L4 (but is much smaller than Head or Wilson).

    Please note, we are not in a for sale thread here... Send my the request by email (see some posts before)

    Rolf
     
  4. theProdigy

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    hey guys...i'm really close to purchasing a tfight but would you guys recommend the 325 or the 335? i want to get the 18x20 and will demo the 335 soon but the 325 is impossible to find to demo. the 325 would also be cheaper too. are they almost identical or would the extra .4 inches on the 325 really make a difference?

    i've been a wilson pro staff guy for about 10 years now...everything from ps classic, hyper pro staffs, and now the k90, but i think it's time for a change.
     
  5. nyc

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    I was a prostaff 6.0 95 and Prostaff 6.1 Classic guy for a long time.
    After extensive demoing, I fell in love with the 335 in the 16x20 pattern. I didnt like the 325 at all - felt too boardy, and it's now discontiued anyways.

    After a while, I the 335's got a little too heavy for me - especially on scramlbing wristy shots and late in a match. So I tried the 320s and after adding a few grams of lead, they're perfect - definitely worth a demo (with lead).
     
  6. theProdigy

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    anyone know if tecnifibre is changing models anytime soon? i'm close to purchasing a 335 18x20 but i wonder if TF is going to discontinue this model soon because it has been around for a couple years now right?
     
  7. catpower

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    Tecnifibre Tfight 320 cosmetic samples

    I recently bought 2 Tecnifibre Tfight 320s with the words 'cosmetic sample only' printed above the grip at the neck.

    I didn't realise it until I had used them already. I called the shop back and they said that the first batch of rackets came with these words and I have not been sold samples or anything like that.

    Does anyone have something similar?
     
  8. andfor

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    Similar experience? Yea, I have a friend that bought a Wilson with strange decals on it, only noticable up close. Turns out it was intended for Todd Martin but somehow got shipped to a local pro shop here. The guy was PO'd for some strange reason and wanted a new one.
     
  9. catpower

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    Wow I'd have kept it and sell it on **** or smth.
    But has anyone had the same thing happen with their Tecnifibre sticks?
     
  10. andfor

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    Yours where marked "sample" so they where probably intended for a pro or for something other than retail sale. Most demos are clearly marked "DEMO". If you press hard enough you might find out what they where for. Other than that, what happend to you is rare, my guess.
     
  11. theProdigy

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    i finally picked up a tfight 335 18x20! put a wilson leather grip on it (the red xtra-grip that it comes with is HORRIBLE) and so far so good. im switching from a k90 and i think i made a wise choice. for some reason it feels heavier (maybe because of the larger head) but i get more pop on the serves and am able to swing bigger on the service returns without losing that much control on the volleys.
     
  12. Jeff Nuese

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    t fight club

    Hey guys count me in. Love the way these tecnifibre rackets play. The fact that they cosmetically all look the same is a bonus for a racket addict like myself. I tend to play mostly with the tfight 325, but will on occasion pull out the 315 when the arm needs some help or on windy days ... dont even mind the tflash 290 for some good recreational dub's. Ive stocked up on enough TF frames to keep me busy for awhile.
    Jeff Nuese
    5 tfight325s with Pro Red Code and NRG 56 lbs.
    4 tfight315 x1 biphase 57 lbs.
    4 Tflash290 Pro Hurricane Tour and xcel premium at 56 lbs.
     
  13. Ross K

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    Just wondering how the PSC 6.1 compares to the TF 335 and the 320...
     
  14. catpower

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    hi 1012007 whats your email i wanna sell my 2 x tfight 320 18/20s grip 3
     
  15. 1012007

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    Just click on my name and email me:)
     
  16. catpower

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    it says you have no contact information
     
  17. 1012007

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    edited - email addy not needed anymore
     
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    that movie doesn't seem to work??
     
  20. mdjenders

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    I'm thinking about going with a couple tfight 320 16M, but first can anyone tell me how the tecnifibre grip sizes run compared to other brands?
     
  21. nhatduongchi

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    I'm using Wilson 6.0 85 & 95, also have TFight 320 (16M) just to have something a bit lighter in case my arm got tired. The handle is just about the same as Wilson.
     
  22. andfor

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    Are we going to let Baghdatis join even though he is going to use a T-Flash 315?
     
  23. WChiang

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    .........if he buys the beer, why not?
     
  24. andfor

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    If he brings beer he's automatic. Otherwise, I suggest we take a vote on if we let him in the club or not. Now if he come here and asks and can prove he is who he says he is we should then of course welcome Bagy to the club.
     
  25. voodoo

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    OK. Count me in. PC600 exclusively for last 14 years and now adjusting and getting better results with T335 (16x20). I'm finding it easier to generate own power and get more spin (especially 2nd serve). Its taken time to shorten my volley stroke and hit with more spin from the backcourt.

    Using a poly/syn gut hybrid - looking to demo the 18x20 soon to see if it fits my net/flat moderate topspin game better.

    Definetly the best racquet for me that I demoed - and I hit with alot !
     
  26. tfm1973

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    Thought some of you T-Fight members might find this interesting.

    I have 5 Tecnifibre T-Fight 320 16x20 sticks. All of them are 4 3/8 grip size. I've had them for about 6 months now and I noticed that some are heavier and lighter than each other. Had a friend who was nice enough to weigh and balance them for me.

    A stock T-Fight 320 16x20 should be 320 grams in weight (unstrung with grip) and 31 cm balance.

    Keep in mind my sticks had the GRIPS REMOVED. Bare handles. The sticks:

    1-306g 31 9/10cm
    2-300g 31 6/10cm
    3-301g 32 0/0 cm
    4-299g 31 9/10cm
    5-301g 31 5/10cm

    Quite a difference in specs. My friend matched all the sticks to the specs of the heaviest one so they are all roughly 306 grams and 31 9/10cm balance.

    Did it make a difference? You bet! :) Love my sticks. Even more now that they all play more or less the same.
     
  27. Iced_jacob

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    Count me in!!
    I just sold all my Radicals (except than one that was kept brand new fora ages) and bought one 320 18m which I love so prob it's gonna be my next stick and i will order a couple more!!
     
  28. Alley Cat

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    I'm in baby! Grabbed a couple of TFight 335's and have been having a lot of fun on the court and picking up some nice wins.
     
  29. iscottius

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    a little late but please add me to the t-fight club, just ordered two 320 16mains. Demoed it loved it sold my three ncode 6.1 95's

    iscottius
     
  30. vndesu

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    if any1 wants to trade their 320 let me know
    email me im hoping to go back to technifibre
     
  31. ChuDat

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    can I join?
     
  32. Miami Tiburon

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    tecnifibre 320 16 x 20,got it 1 month ago used in excellent condition.Would like to pick up a couple more.Great racquet!
     
  33. iscottius

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    is the grip size standard, or does it run small?
     
  34. anbu4ever11

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    cant choose between the tfight 320 or the 335.anyone out there used both or compare them for me.do they serve similar?meaning like similar ease or pace?if they are idk what ill pick.i liked the serving on the babolat aerostorm alot so i wanted to find a racket with similar specs.oh well.i will be getting a tecnifibre racket soon so i plan on joining this club.just dont know what to get.current racket is a babolat pst which i like but my serves and everything were better with the aerostorm i demod.eh any thoughts on which tfight to get?
     
  35. Ross K

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    Hey T-Fight ppl. Can you tell me this?...

    Q. What's so special then about the TF 325?
     
  36. 0d1n

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    I've just bought a T-Fight 295 I found for a good price.
    The specs are "radical like" (i.e 295 grams and 325 mm balance).
    Bought it in order to "play around with customizations" and get the "brand feel" for TF rackets as I've never played with any. The ideal TF specs for me would be the T-Fight 320 with a slightly higher SW and that racket is from the same mould ... so I'll play around with this version (slightly weighted up) to see if it's worth it for me to invest in the more expensive T-Fight 320 :D.
    Yeah ... I know I'm obsessed ... we all are ;)
     
  37. Morrissey

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    When are the new Technifibre┬┤s coming out? They have a new line of cosmetics and frames on their official website.
     
  38. f1 tech

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    My 320 weighs 12 oz. with overgrip. It's way too heavy for me. I was hoping it would be about 11.7 oz as stated on TW's website. I'm thinking about getting rid of it. If anyone is interested, let me know.
     
  39. T-fighter

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    4 x TF T-fight 335 with leather grip and wilson pro-overgrip.
    Hybrid Redcode 24kg mains and X-One crosses (27kg).
     
  40. El Guapo

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    The 320 and 335 are currently selling for $95 brand new at local clubs. Time to stock up.
     
  41. anbu4ever11

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    darn it i cant make up my mind on which tecnifibre to get.dang it
     
  42. Ross K

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    I don't know if anyone is still running this thread and adding new members (maybe not?) - if they are though, I'm in with my TF 320 18x20.

    As discussed in the recent thread 'Suddenly v/interested in TF Tfights', I've tried out or played sporadically with quite a few different frames for quite a while now. And then I belatedly came around to hitting with the TF 320 and bingo! - instant success!... simply put: I just seem to have found a frame that fits me very well and in a very natural way.

    Q. I want to add a bit of power (specially on serve.) Now I've already got around 3-4 grams of lead tape at 3 and 9 - would you TFight connoisseurs recommend a further 2 grams or so at 12 o'clock?
     
  43. ChuDat

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    I would like to get a brand new 320 for $95
     
  44. Leelord337

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    How come i haven't joined this thread sooner? i've been using my t fight 325's for 2 years now. the best racquet i've ever used.
     
  45. anbu4ever11

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    i plan on picking up a 320 or 335.not sure when though.cant wait either way.wish they werent as expensive but im afraid theyll get sold out when the newer ones launch.
     
  46. El Guapo

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    I don't know, $95 is a pretty good deal.
     
  47. anbu4ever11

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    yeah 95 would be if thats what they sold for online.too bad they dont right now
     
  48. Char

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    Count me in as well (T-Fight 320 18x20). I've been using it for about a year and love it dearly.
     
  49. Noveson

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    I can get them for $89, even a while ago. I wonder if they are going to lower it even more now?
     
  50. El Guapo

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    that's what I'm talking about. $95 with free stringing is a solid price.
     

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