*** Long Live The Radicals ***

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Doc Hollidae, May 30, 2007.

  1. elkabras

    elkabras Rookie

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    If you can handle the weight...superior in all things...plow and power are awesome in PT57's


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  2. n8dawg6

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    if you can get it moving, yes.

    the microgel rad MP is just too underpowered in stock form for me. control is great but i cant get any ass on the ball. would have to do more lead tinkering.
     
  3. yatahaze

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    For the Agassi addicted...... :)
    could you tell me please is there is any different and which in case...., between the HEAD Trisys 260 OS (made in Austria) and the Radical Tour OS 690 (WITHOUT the Twin-Tube)...the very first one used by Agassi.
    I supposed the first was the USA name, the second the EUROPE name.....in fact are they exactly the same or not?
    thanks
     
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    best looking radical yet: berdych's with the blue instinct paint.
     
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  5. mpournaras

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    Id kill for it. AND its a 16/19... AND its glossy
     
  6. Outliar

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    Recently acquired a MIA Bumblebee 630 and with an overgrip added, the specs came out to be 343g, 33.6cm balance and 355 SW with no lead added, anyone who played with the Bumblebee before had similar specs?
     
  7. PT630Wannabe

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    Seems about right. Depends on the grip you have on there, etc. I have synthetic on one and a leather on another and they are both around 355-357g with OG.
     
  8. elkabras

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    My 3 Candycanes are in 360 with leather grip, overgrip, strung & damp


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  9. Outliar

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    What about the Swingweights though? Has anyone tried adding weight to the handle to make it more headlight, does it play better?
     
  10. elkabras

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    I can't manage the Zebras even with leather...but Candycane with leather grip for me are perfect balance, headlight and a lot of plow...if I can convert one in 16x19 like Murray frames could be fantastic xD


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