Völkl Comp Series

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  1. Dino Lagaffe

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    After having posted pics and specs for some of my Rossignols, Heads and various woodies, the turn has now come to Völkl Comp series. Enjoy. :)
     
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  2. Dino Lagaffe

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    Völkl C7 Comp

    Weight: 349/12.31
    Flex: 60
    SW: 349



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  3. Dino Lagaffe

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    Völkl C9 Comp

    Weight: 339/11.96
    Flex: 59
    SW: 317


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  4. SteveI

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    Got any pics and specs for the C8 Comp?
     
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  5. Dino Lagaffe

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    Völkl C10 Comp MP

    Weight: 340/11.99
    Flex: 66
    SW: 340


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  6. Dino Lagaffe

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    Völkl C10 Comp Mid

    Weight: 343/12.10
    Flex: 59
    SW: 323
    Balance (mm): 31.75


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  7. Dino Lagaffe

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    I haven't come across a C8 Comp, so no pics or specs available. Still a decent pile of Comps though, right?[​IMG]
     
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  8. retrowagen

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    Incomparable! Almost beyond comprehesion! You definitely didn't compromise when you compiled them! :)

    Seriously, great racquets. Thanks for posting!
     
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  9. Dino Lagaffe

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    You're completely right, retro! My pleasure, glad you enjoyed it.
     
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  10. galain

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    Dino/Anyone

    is there another version of the C7 Comp? I have one with more yellow in the colourway than yours Dino, and from the looks of it, possibly a slightly thinner beam as well. It's no yellow/black C7 Pro - definitely a Comp version, but doesn't seem to match yours.
     
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  11. Cesare

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    Whoaaaaaaa Dino! Thank you so much,i really enjoy every single pic. The C7 Comp resemble to the Classic 7 Pro, 18 x 20 pattern, and pretty similar paint-job, even though that the classic 7 pro was a 98 sq. in. , the c 7 comp 93 sq. in. from the specs,sounds like a great stick. How does it play? I own now a couple of c10 comp, weighted up to 366 grams. can't stop to play with, one of the best mid ever IMHO.
     
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  12. Dino Lagaffe

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    Hi Galain,

    I don't remember seeing one like you describe and would really like to see a picture (and specs) of it if possible. One thing I have learnt after 10+ years collecting is that once I think I have a good idea about racquet line-ups, there are always other versions emerging...
     
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  13. Dino Lagaffe

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    Hi Cesare,

    no problem, glad you enjoy it! Unfortunately I can't really tell you much about how the C7 Comp plays, as I've only used it once or twice a couple of years ago. From what I remember it played pretty true to specs, no real surprises feelwise and nothing that really stood out either. A good solid racquet. :)

    As you say, the C10 Comp Mid is a gem... I modified two (out of five) to the following specs:

    Weight: 370/13.05
    Flex: 60
    SW: 337
     
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  14. Cesare

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    That's right, Dino. The C10 comp is very versatile, also great for top spin game, very stable and solid on the returns, manouvrable at net. unique and buttery feel on groundstrokes. Last but not least, i love the paint-job too, simple and beautiful. I think that next week i'll buy the third stick,fortunately i've just found another one brand new..
     
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  15. mctennis

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    Dino, great set of pics. Thanks for posting them. I have a C7 Comp, C10 Comp Mid, C10 Comp MP also. I had a C8 Comp but sold it to a dear friend here. The C7 Comp is a solid racquet but a small sweet spot. If you can find and zero in on the sweet spot it is a great racquet. If not it is not forgiving at all. I had two of my C10 Comp Mid's modified almost like yours. I have mine close to 14 oz with the balance the same. Very solid and very pinpoint accurate racquets.
     
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