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stronzzi70 10-02-2012 06:37 PM

Head Tgk 260.2 Vs Ig Radical Pro?
 
Maybe close?.........somebody?

stronzzi70 10-04-2012 09:43 AM

anybody......

Sreeram 10-04-2012 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by stronzzi70 (Post 6935477)
anybody......

I never played a PT racquet, but currently playing IG Rad pro. I always admired PT and people commenting on it. So I had an image in my mind on how it will play. IG Rad pro came close to what I was thinking a Pro stock Head racquet will play. Especially the flex part at the hoop. I dont know the advantage of this flex but it is fun to play though.

I may not have answered your question, just wanted to give my view.

dgoran 10-04-2012 12:11 PM

IMHO from my short hit radical pro is actually more stable on off center hits (i guess due to cap) but its pretty close at similar weight specs.
When I compared Tgk 260.2 and 260.1 (YT Radical MP) I actually found YT radical MP more stable as well.
But listen that all matters what weight setup are you talking about lead up tgk 260.2 like berdych and it will be THE most stable thing around providing you can swing that thing for more than 20 min.

Pro stock is not magic IMHO it just allows for greater freedom to customize to your exact preference. since radicals are already pretty light in stock form I would not spend a penny on 260.xxx now if you need an extended length than by all means pro stock is the only way to go

stronzzi70 10-04-2012 01:59 PM

great answers!!!...........Many Thanks!

DrewRafter8 10-05-2012 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by dgoran (Post 6935818)
IMHO from my short hit radical pro is actually more stable on off center hits (i guess due to cap) but its pretty close at similar weight specs.
When I compared Tgk 260.2 and 260.1 (YT Radical MP) I actually found YT radical MP more stable as well.
But listen that all matters what weight setup are you talking about lead up tgk 260.2 like berdych and it will be THE most stable thing around providing you can swing that thing for more than 20 min.

Pro stock is not magic IMHO it just allows for greater freedom to customize to your exact preference. since radicals are already pretty light in stock form I would not spend a penny on 260.xxx now if you need an extended length than by all means pro stock is the only way to go

What are you stringing your rad pro with? I'm playing with a siliconed ti radical right now and am thinking of pulling the trigger on the IG rad pro. I hit with it in the summer and thought it was one of the best sticks released in recent years.


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