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Old 01-07-2011, 04:46 AM   #60
zumzool
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Please stay on topic. You started a new thread for the melbourne already with this same info.


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Originally Posted by TennisMaverick View Post
Here are the stats for the Melbourne, the 2011 Legend update:

Melbourne Specs:

Grip size 1 - 5
Item number B11507
Head size 630cm2 | 98 in2
Cross section 20 mm
Weight 325 g | 11.5 oz
Length 68.5 cm | 27 in
Balance 31.5 cm |1.1 in HL
String Pattern: 18 x 20
String Tension: 25 (+/- 2) kg/55 (+/- 5) lbs

|Sensor Tour Handle System|
|Power Speed Grommets|
|Cushtac Grip|
|Delta Core/Carbon-Graphite/Fiberglass|

Legend Specs:

Grip size 1 - 5
Item number B19000
Head size 630cm2 | 98 in2
Cross section 20 mm
Weight 320 g | 11.3 oz
Length 68.5 cm | 27 in
Balance 31.5 cm |1.1 in HL
String Pattern: 18 x 20
String Tension: 25 (+/- 2) kg/55 (+/- 5) lbs

|Sensor Tour Handle System|
|Power Speed Grommets|
|Cushtac Grip|
|Delta Core/Carbon-Graphite/Titanium Lite Carbon/Fiberglass|

EVERYTHING IS THE SAME EXCEPT THAT THE MELBOURNE IS 5 GRAMS HEAVIER, AND MADE WITHOUT ANY TITANIUM LITE CARBIN..

Although unconfirmed, as per previous conversations, I assume that they beefed-up the bridge/shoulders/throat area. It should feel more solid without the titanium, if the T10 to T10 VE relationship worked here as well.
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Last edited by zumzool : 01-07-2011 at 05:08 AM.
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