Yonex RD TI 70 Long Mp

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  1. DizBoiDanny

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    I was offered this for my head flexpoint radical. As i try to reseach, i couldn't find any information. Can someone give me some feedback on this racket?
     
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  2. In D Zone

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    Use the keyword Ti70 or Yonex Long in your search.

    The MP is known as RD Ti70 Long.

    found some link about this racquet.

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=24624&highlight=yonex+ti70

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=195798&highlight=yonex+ti70

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=46521&highlight=yonex+ti70
     
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    thank you
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    In D Zone, i see you had some exp. with the stick. What is your string setup and tension?
     
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  5. In D Zone

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    I had mine strung with hybrid 57/55lbs - Pro SUpex Premier Ace (m) / Spiral FLex (x).

    Unfortunately, I lost the MP when I left it the public court after playing with my son. I went back after a few minutes and its gone. I only have 2 RD Ti 70 88 and recently picked up the OS version at the big auction site. ( I thought I was getting the MP and did not read the ad correctly - I ended up getting a 110 version of the RD Ti70).

    If you are going for the trade - make sure you check the condition of the grommet. Finding grommet for the RD ti 70 models can be hard and if you do its expensive.

    Good luck.
     
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    Oh ok thanks, I read that putting it in low tension still gives it alot of control? Is that true?
     
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    It is ideal to string it in the mid to lower 50's because of the denser string pattern, otherwise, you may feel the frame to be too stiff or lacking power. You will have to experiment on it a bit. It all depends on your preference and playing style.

    I have the 2 mids strung with 2 different tension (although the ti70 mid is a bit stiffer than the MP). I noticed the lower tension (54/52) plays much better (more power and easier to control) than the second mid (57/55).
     
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  8. DizBoiDanny

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    allright, i will try 53/55 on it first. a sppp/gosen set up or bigaces/gosen
     
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    keep me posted !


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    here's mine RD ti 70 collection, minus the MP

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