WOW, that's head-light.

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Nanshiki, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. Nanshiki

    Nanshiki Hall of Fame

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    Based on my rough measurement, my Pro Staff Classic is 14 points head light (give or take a point)...

    And that's AFTER strapping 13 grams to the 3 and 9 O'Clock spots. So I'd guess it was still 13 points head light without the weight (it weighed 13.2 ounces without any weights). This is probably because I've got a long overgrip and a bunch of electrical tape on the handle for custom sizing... adds a bit of weight to the handle.

    I wonder who has the most freakishly head-light racquet... haha
     
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  2. louis netman

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    I used 16pts HL PRTis while I recovered from a shoulder injury. It weight a total of 37 grams. Those frames are now 12pts HL and 365g...

    Some people freak out at this, but there's really no weight coming off the already substantial hoop...
     
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  3. i8myshirt

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    37 grams? Do you mean 370?
     
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