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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Before I jumped to the 18x20, I was experimenting with Tecnifibre Multifeel 16 in my TC95 16x19s at around 56#. I was impressed with the control I got from it, and the string doesn't move. Try it out but string it at least mid-50s.
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    @topspn, yes, the 16x19 was working fine, but the 18x20 is an ideal match for my game. When results come instinctively, and you're not even thinking about the frame, you've found a good one. Confidence is everything in this sport. Btw, I have them strung with Klip 18 natural gut mains and volkl...
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Remarkable frame the 16x19, but since moving to the TC95 18x20, I have to say I haven't missed it for a second. But let me flip the formula for its (18x20) specialty ... flaming arrows to sculpting spin on demand ... if you can unlock it;) Guess it all boils down to the foundation, perspective...
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Assuming you want to keep/salvage the pallet... And you're most welcome.
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    I would heat the pallet with your wife's hair dryer very well before removing the pallet. Some people use a heat gun, others wrap the pallet and boil it briefly in water, but my wife's hair dryer always worked for me on my Volks.
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Don't do anything drastic; I thought we'd swap frames in a year or so ... But seriously, I can do so much more with this 18x20. And v.3, regardless of the string pattern, just improves on the uniform flex of the TC95. It's such a 'balanced' feel on contact.
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    A Brit who can't get a grip? British vs American spelling ... I know, I know, that's bad ...:p
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    You were a good sport from the beginning because I was pushing you the moment you posted pics of them in the thread. When you gravitated to the 16x19 and started talking about Chicago winter and indoor tennis, I knew the perfect storm/opportunity was forming. What topspn says is true. I...
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Yes, my TC95 18x20s were owned and played by the legendary topspn, which means every chip, scrape, and string job only adds to their value. They will soon be too valuable to ever part with:-D Edit: Just to clarify, the frames have no chips or scrapes ... but if they did ...
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    I bought topspn's v3 TC95 18x20s, and I think the black hoop is the most striking part of the frame's cosmetics. I wish they were matte black instead of gloss, but they are stunning as is. I'll pass on the wraps, lol.
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Nice! But I can't help but fantasize about the two missing drill holes in the bridge that would make this 16x19 almost perfect. Or the extra cross that would give us our long-desired 16x208-B
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    ddamnable racquet quandary!!!

    To be clear, they're not mine; I have no stake in it at all. I just happened to see them and remembered this thread and your search. Good luck.
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    ddamnable racquet quandary!!!

    https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/for-sale-2-volkl-c9-pros.632166/
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    The Official Angell Users Club

    Having just switched from v2 TC95 16x19s with 330sw to v3 TC95 18x20s with 320-325sw, I haven't missed the extra sw at all. I find v3 to be more stable, and with Paul's new layup, I suspect that the v3 16x19s are a bit more controlled and precise. The frame is just very consistent and balanced...
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    Soft Poly With More Pop For Speed Pro 360.

    Have you tried dropping the tension of your Black Widow 5 lbs? I'm liking poly in the 40s these days.
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