The WayBack Machine is your friend:Anybody happen to know the swingweight of the X Force Pro? Thanks!
98 sq. in. / 632.26 sq. cm.
|Length: 27 inches / 68.58 cm|
|Strung Weight: 11.9oz / 337.36g|
|Balance: 8 pts HL|
|Beam Width: 25mm/23mm/20mm/|
|Composition: Graphite / Basalt|
|Power Level: Low|
|Swing Speed: Fast|
|Grip Type: Pacific Master's Grip|
16 Mains / 20 Crosses
Mains skip: 8T,8H
No Shared Holes
It did not change from BX1 to BX2 to BXT, so unless they’ve changed up to static weight & balance, it should be the same. Hell, if you use the WayBack machine to look at Fischer Pro No 1 versions that are 320g, they probably have the same Swingweight.Thanks, and the specs are the same for the new version with the matte paint job?
Gotcha. The other major US retailer has the BXT version SW listed @ 327 which made the stock specs seem perfect for me. Unfortunately, their measurements seem to be off.It did not change from BX1 to BX2 to BXT, so unless they’ve changed up to static weight & balance, it should be the same. Hell, if you use the WayBack machine to look at Fischer Pro No 1 versions that are 320g, they probably have the same Swingweight.
Yeah, measurements at retailers drive me crazy. I wish they’d all do them unstrung. Some people use overwraps, some don’t. Some use dampeners, some don’t. Both of those affect swingweight & balance, so what good is ‘strung’?Gotcha. The other major US retailer has the BXT version SW listed @ 327 which made the stock specs seem perfect for me. Unfortunately, their measurements seem to be off.
Lol, I bought a Fischer Pro Number one 98 at Value Village for $4.99 American Dollars yesterday. It has natural gut in it and was playing better than any of my newer racquets in the bag today.just gonne leave this here...
Looks a little deformed at the top.just gonne leave this here...
"slight damage" LOLjust gonne leave this here...
I believe those are the first full version with the 2-piece pallet, which is similar in grip shape to the PGS system. Also, they were the most flexible, coming in at 58 RA:Not me because I don’t like Fischer pallets. The new pacific pgs system is better.
Sweet frames! I've moved on to Yonex after sticking w/ various versions of that mold for almost 10 years. As I said above, that version was the most flexible of the line. Great if you prefer full poly setups.Got some of these bad boys from a collector, does anyone still play with `em?
Could be.. But I remember the yellow Twin Tec line.. Does the elliptic have that? (And I dont recall it having the word Elliptic on the throat..)It sounds as though the missing Fischer racquet you are trying to remember is either the 1991 Vacuum Elliptic or the 1991 Vacuum Elliptic Pro.
If you're talking about this frame:Greetings to all.
Please, someone can confirm if the Fischer Pro Tour Air Carbon was also released in the 275g version?
Did not found any confirmation about this specs on the web, just a seller online, but I did not have success in contact with him in order to verify the specs.
Many thanks, best regards to all.
295 is generally the number Fischer used on their lighter frames. Never seen a 275g one (does not mean it couldn't exist, though).