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  1. Ferrari1190

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    ur service is amazing i just got my second Dunlop and i have to say that ur company is by far the best ive used and thats not just in tennis, so thank you again and i hope it keeps going forever:)
     
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  2. Forehand Forever

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    Ferrari, how do you like the M-Fil 200 16x19. It keeps interesting me and since we both have eastern/extreme eastern forehand grip. What's the power like on it?
     
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  3. Ferrari1190

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    i like it a lot actually, it was a big jump as far as the lack of power because i used to use a oversized racquet with a very low tension and that was 16 x 19 as well. when i got teh dunlop it felt like it was a lot less powerful but after about a week of hitting with it, it was perfect. i even added lead tape to it 9 gr at 3 oclock and 9 oclock and 9gr inside the handle. So as far as power is concerned its perfect for me ( not too much, but not lacking in any way). id definetly say demo it, or take a chance like i did and just buy one :)

    if u have any more question im happy to answer them.
     
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  4. Forehand Forever

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    Have you ever used a PD with Cortex or a Prince Diablo Tour MP? I need something with more power than the Diablo Tour because I couldn't get any feel with the serve or any other aspect and I want to switch from the PD because of my shoulder injury.
     
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  5. Ferrari1190

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    no, im sorry ive only tried the PD Roddick
     
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  6. Forehand Forever

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    Whats the power like compared to the PDR then?
     
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  7. Ferrari1190

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    its a little less powerful than the roddick i used
     
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  8. Forehand Forever

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    Have you used the M-Fil 300? If so is it anything like that because if it is I'm not gonna buy it.
     
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    Anybody else have input?
     
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  10. 10nisDude~

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    PDR...is great for me...but i use a semi-western almost to an extreme western... i like the feeling...but i added lead on the throat and in the handle...to make it heavier and more headlight and it works for me...
     
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    Yeah, but I wanna get away from the stiffness of the Babolats with my shoulder.
     
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  12. Ferrari1190

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    oh sry but ive only hit with a mfil 300 once and it didnt feel like the 200
    but idk if that is an accurate comparison
     
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  13. racquet_jedi

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    Unable to demo and have faith in those in your presence? :wink:

    The M-Fil 200 16x19 was a great racquet, real cheap too(compared to those other racquets that sell for over $150)!

    I loved the feel of it on my groundstrokes, but for me, it was too demanding to take a real big swing at it all the time, although I still was able to hit them good with pace and control...

    But, since you're 3 years older than I am, it should go pretty well with you, assuming you have the beastliness to break strings every week or so...:wink:

    (Though, talking about this here in this forum is irrelevant...)
     
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