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kailash

Professional
63 RA seems to be popular than 70 RA. But are there any fans of 70 RA here? And, after testing both?

Currently I have a V2 TC100 70RA and a weighed up TC97 Pro; I much prefer the hoop stability of TC100 compared to TC97. TC97 is also good from the baseline and feels very plush, but at times mushy and the hoop flutters; TC100 is very solid. So, how much different the 63 RA TC100 is compared to 70 RA? What are the comparable racquets to these RAs? For example, I would expect the 70 RA TC100 to be closer to RF97 (in flex/firmness) than 63 RA TC100.

As demos are not available, trying to decide on others exeperiences.
 

Jouke

Semi-Pro
SW’s were all over the place with V1 and V2, part of the reason for the V3 was a better control over SW’s. 70 RA in the V3 tc100 is a couple of points extra SW than the 63RA (Quoted by The main man) Not sure if this is the case with the TC95. Anyway in my opinion the 70RA with a soft poly plays great and has a bit of extra pop to the 63RA.
I dont know how accurate this is. I just bought the TC95 v3 18x20 in 70 Ra. I already own the TC95 18x20 in 63ra V2 but that has a hefty swingweight of 340g. My new V3 came yesterday and has a swingweight strung of 318g. Very happy with that.
 

Pneumated1

Hall of Fame
I dont know how accurate this is. I just bought the TC95 v3 18x20 in 70 Ra. I already own the TC95 18x20 in 63ra V2 but that has a hefty swingweight of 340g. My new V3 came yesterday and has a swingweight strung of 318g. Very happy with that.
I'd say it's pretty accurate. I think he's saying that across the board, V3 sw will be more consistent, regardless of RA and model. For example, my two V3 TC95 18x20 63RA come in at 320sw, right there with your 70RA. V3 TC95, TC100, etc. should all have very consistent swingweights. Like you, I'm very happy about that because although lighter, there's no compromise anywhere that I've found.
 

ed70

Semi-Pro
Yes V3 more consistent SW’s my TC100 63RA was 295SW unstrung.
The V2 SW’s in most cases were higher and some were too hefty for customers. I guess some customers didn’t expect such high SW when they purchased a 300g 63RA frame...SW was not measured on the custom Racquet configurator...V2 70RA was sometimes an option taken instead of the 63RA due to the lower SW.
Back to the V3 the 70RA’s and 63RA’s also have much closer SW’s now, in fact there’s a reverse in that the 70RA has been quoted as being a few extra SW. wether this is current frame batches I’m not sure, but seems to me V3’s come strung on average somewhere in the region of 320SW.
 

ed70

Semi-Pro
63 RA seems to be popular than 70 RA. But are there any fans of 70 RA here? And, after testing both?

Currently I have a V2 TC100 70RA and a weighed up TC97 Pro; I much prefer the hoop stability of TC100 compared to TC97. TC97 is also good from the baseline and feels very plush, but at times mushy and the hoop flutters; TC100 is very solid. So, how much different the 63 RA TC100 is compared to 70 RA? What are the comparable racquets to these RAs? For example, I would expect the 70 RA TC100 to be closer to RF97 (in flex/firmness) than 63 RA TC100.

As demos are not available, trying to decide on others exeperiences.
If you had a 70 RA tc100 and a 63RA with the same SW, (this is easier to get with a V3) the 70 RA would have a little more power in a slightly crisper feel. The 63 RA you notice the extra comfort, but these are quite small differences. I’ve hit both couldn’t really pick between one or the other.
Can’t comment on RF97, never played against anyone who’s any good using one though, my eyes usually light up when an opponent plays with one and my player stats get a nice boost.
 

kailash

Professional
If you had a 70 RA tc100 and a 63RA with the same SW, (this is easier to get with a V3) the 70 RA would have a little more power in a slightly crisper feel. The 63 RA you notice the extra comfort, but these are quite small differences. I’ve hit both couldn’t really pick between one or the other.
Can’t comment on RF97, never played against anyone who’s any good using one though, my eyes usually light up when an opponent plays with one and my player stats get a nice boost.
Ok, thx. Little more comfort sounds better than little more power!
 

Chas

Rookie
I dont know how accurate this is. I just bought the TC95 v3 18x20 in 70 Ra. I already own the TC95 18x20 in 63ra V2 but that has a hefty swingweight of 340g. My new V3 came yesterday and has a swingweight strung of 318g. Very happy with that.
I'm hoping you might report back in a couple of days after you've hit with the V3 TC95 to let us know what differences and similarities you find to your V2 versions.

I've played with a couple of V1 TC95 16x19 (320/305) for a 3 years, which have played great but are getting a bit worn. I've also tried the K7 red and a TC97 16x19 which I managed to get 2nd hand (& therefore just within my budget). Despite all of them being weighted up & balanced to within a few grams in their ready to play form, and trying to compensate in my mind for swing weight differences, there were definite differences and I couldn't get away from preferring the TC95's. A bit frustrating really - I really wanted to like the TC97 & K7, but I miss the aggressive spin and versatility I can generate with the 95's. Probably a "mind thing", but mine refuses to get out of the way :(

Obviously, a V3 TC95 will have a bit less impact in shots due to the lower swingweight, but I would be very interested if you think it retains the main characteristics of the V2 (which I have to assume was similar to the V1) or what changes you notice.

Enjoy your new racquet.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
I'm hoping you might report back in a couple of days after you've hit with the V3 TC95 to let us know what differences and similarities you find to your V2 versions.

I've played with a couple of V1 TC95 16x19 (320/305) for a 3 years, which have played great but are getting a bit worn. I've also tried the K7 red and a TC97 16x19 which I managed to get 2nd hand (& therefore just within my budget). Despite all of them being weighted up & balanced to within a few grams in their ready to play form, and trying to compensate in my mind for swing weight differences, there were definite differences and I couldn't get away from preferring the TC95's. A bit frustrating really - I really wanted to like the TC97 & K7, but I miss the aggressive spin and versatility I can generate with the 95's. Probably a "mind thing", but mine refuses to get out of the way :(

Obviously, a V3 TC95 will have a bit less impact in shots due to the lower swingweight, but I would be very interested if you think it retains the main characteristics of the V2 (which I have to assume was similar to the V1) or what changes you notice.

Enjoy your new racquet.
It most certainly does and still a fantastic frame for aggressive all round play. I also feel the V3 is slightly more connected than prior versions. I have mine at 444g and 8HL with some weight @12, 2 and 10
 
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ed70

Semi-Pro
It most certainly does and still a fantastic frame for aggressive all round play. I also feel the V3 is slightly more connected than prior versions. I have mine at 444g and 8HL with some weight @12, 2 and 10

I guess you mean 344g!!!! 444g would be hard work lol
 

supineAnimation

Hall of Fame
It most certainly does and still a fantastic frame for aggressive all round play. I also feel the V3 is slightly more connected than prior versions. I have mine at 444g and 8HL with some weight @12, 2 and 10
After playing with the same lead configuration for at least the last 15 years on several different frames (2g at 3 and 9 each, 1g at 12, 3g in the handle), I started having some issues with my backhand this season and began feeling like I had to really lean into rally pace shots in order to hit it solidly. So I've been experimenting with different weighting for the last month or so to try to address the issues, with mixed results. When the backhand situation improved, it often resulted in my forehand or volley suffering. So I tried 10 and 2 for this first time last week.

It made a huge difference, I suspect because I must contact the ball higher on the stringbed and this moved the sweetspot up so that I'm hitting it more in its center. It's definitely going to take some adjustment time because there's a dramatic increase in power, and I'm going to experiment with different amounts at 10 and 2 and counterweight in the handle until I get something I like. But for anyone who's never tried 10 and 2, it's definitely worth the experiment on the chance that you, too, tend to contact the ball above the center of the stringbed.

I've tried lead at just 12, in the throat, just in the handle; pretty much everything but 10 and 2. Nothing made a more dramatic change than trying 10 and 2, not even close.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Giving up on my ASL3 and selling. And not because I don’t like it but it is seeing zero court time as I am dialed in with my TC95s. Few times i use something else, I grab the K7.
 

Vapix

New User
Giving up on my ASL3 and selling. And not because I don’t like it but it is seeing zero court time as I am dialed in with my TC95s. Few times i use something else, I grab the K7.
Do you still playing with Prince tour XC 1.35 on the TC95?
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Do you still playing with Prince tour XC 1.35 on the TC95?
No, I got that string for the ASL and it does work well with additional precision. I play black night on my TC95 but i did try one string job with 1.35 XC and i did like it. Overall, for my TC96s i enjoy the pocketing i get with BK. Response on volleys was a standout feature for 1.35 XC though. I’ll probably string again on one of my frames to try outdoor.
 
Hello folks. Bought myself a K7 Red in L3 grip, but it's way too big and I'm looking to swap to L2. I read on their website that the pallet is molded, but I've heard of people being able to swap them. If it requires sawing, cutting or whatever manual process that risks damaging the racquet, then I'm definitely not taking that route...

Any light on this? I've posted my L3 for sale but it's nearly impossible to sell it here in Brazil, as it's a completely unknown brand imported by one single seller in the country.
 

nvr2old

Professional
Posted a separate thread but I’ll ask here as well. Anyone able to compare the K7 lime with the TC95 16x19? I have a TC95 but wondering if I should try a K7 lime.
 

drak

Hall of Fame
Hello folks. Bought myself a K7 Red in L3 grip, but it's way too big and I'm looking to swap to L2. I read on their website that the pallet is molded, but I've heard of people being able to swap them. If it requires sawing, cutting or whatever manual process that risks damaging the racquet, then I'm definitely not taking that route...

Any light on this? I've posted my L3 for sale but it's nearly impossible to sell it here in Brazil, as it's a completely unknown brand imported by one single seller in the country.
save yourself the trouble, get the thin Kimony grip and add an overgrip and you'll easily be around the 4 3/8 area
 

2nd Serve Ace

Hall of Fame
V3 TC 100, 300 gr, 70 RA. versus Prince Tour 100 (290) versus Prince Tour 100 (310).... Can anyone compare these regarding power and feedback please...?
The 290 and the 310 are really the same frame with just different weight in the handle. I find them more powerful due to whippiness/fast acceleration. Plush feel as well. The TC 100 was stable, but felt a little sluggish to me and the 70 RA was a bit firm.
 
save yourself the trouble, get the thin Kimony grip and add an overgrip and you'll easily be around the 4 3/8 area
Actually it's a little more complicated than that.. Played with L3 my entire life (because that's what you were told to do here in Brazil 20 years ago). My new instructor flipped out when he saw that because I'm 1,70m tall with very small hands.. he said I should've been playing with L2 all along. I started playing L2 on a borrowed racquet, my swing improved dramatically, and my shoulder pains are miraculously gone. So I can't go back to L3 ever again lol..
 

teocem

Rookie
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The 290 and the 310 are really the same frame with just different weight in the handle. I find them more powerful due to whippiness/fast acceleration. Plush feel as well. The TC 100 was stable, but felt a little sluggish to me and the 70 RA was a bit firm.
I am using v3 TC100 and have both RA70 and 63 in my bag. Of course 63 definitely feels more plush but if I forget about RA values and play with both, I find that RA70 is both more powerful and also very comfortable as well. If I try to summarize; RA70 has a modern feel+ slight more power+ almost near comfort to RA63.
 

2nd Serve Ace

Hall of Fame
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I am using v3 TC100 and have both RA70 and 63 in my bag. Of course 63 definitely feels more plush but if I forget about RA values and play with both, I find that RA70 is both more powerful and also very comfortable as well. If I try to summarize; RA70 has a modern feel+ slight more power+ almost near comfort to RA63.
Yes it is a solid frame, without question. The thing that frustrated me was the only one choice of string pattern which is way more open than I like . The Princes have that issue for me as well, so my 360 speed pro 18x20 gets far more use.

I'm planning to put some of my ashaway Kevlar in the mains and see if that gets this frame under control for me. (The tour)

The new tours have Twaron in them as well which I absolutely love from a feel standpoint. I've seen that the K7 lime has a type of aramid as well so I guess that will have to be looked at sometime in the future.

Even my favorite syngut has an aramid ribbon around it so I guess I'm a sucker for that material!

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topspn

Hall of Fame
Played a USTA match today with one of my TC95s strung up with BBO at my usual 48lbs. Very nice combo, not as soft or as deep a pocket as my BK but really liked the response and feel was not an issue. Very nice control but can hammer a ball and my kick serve was sweet today.
 

drak

Hall of Fame
Actually it's a little more complicated than that.. Played with L3 my entire life (because that's what you were told to do here in Brazil 20 years ago). My new instructor flipped out when he saw that because I'm 1,70m tall with very small hands.. he said I should've been playing with L2 all along. I started playing L2 on a borrowed racquet, my swing improved dramatically, and my shoulder pains are miraculously gone. So I can't go back to L3 ever again lol..
The Kimony can be played by itself and it would be 4 1/4 easily, also a Bab skin feel gets you pretty close to a 4 1/4
 

landcookie

New User
Hi guys, just wondering how a TC100 70RA and TC95 7 Ra at 27.5 inches compares to a Pure Drive plus in terms of power and spin generation? Am considering it as my next purchase at 310 static weight and approx. 335-340 SW. Thanks.
 

OlgaOM

New User
Hi guys,
First of all, thanks for all the great advices here!
Then, I have a couple of questions:

- on TC100 (63RA) 310/315 (9phl).
Due to high swing weight it plays a bit sluggish for me and I'm often late especially on fast pace serves/ shots. So I decided to remove one of the weights. It made racquet easier and faster to swing yet changed the balance. Now it's even balanced instead of head light (which I prefer). So the question is, what is the best way to make it more headlight without increasing swing weight? Will adding lead tape at the very bottom of the handle work? I believe, I can only add 0.25oz... (not too make it too heavy). What string and tension would you recommend for full poly set up? So far I tried Halo2 and Black Knight both strung ~55lb (according to racquet tune dropped down to ~51 the day after stringing without being played). Halo2 seems not quite spiny enough yet good control, with Black Knight I love the spin, but cannot hit flat - balls are more likely to fly out.

- on K7 Red.
Ytex QuadroTwist (strung @51lb) changed my experience a lot with this frame. Thanks @topspn! Yet I'm feeling my elbow every time after hitting with it. Could this possibly be caused by the string, or rather the frame?.. Would you have any recommendations on similar lively and spiny yet arm friendly set up for K7 Red?

Thanks again for all your input in this thread!
 
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Nick777

Semi-Pro
Hi guys,
First of all, thanks for all the great advices here!
Then, I have a couple of questions:

- on TC100 (63RA) 310/315 (9phl).
Due to high swing weight it plays a bit sluggish for me and I'm often late especially on fast pace serves/ shots. So I decided to remove one of the weights. It made racquet easier and faster to swing yet changed the balance. Now it's even balanced instead of head light (which I prefer). So the question is, what is the best way to make it more headlight without increasing swing weight? Will adding lead tape at the very bottom of the handle work? I believe, I can only add 0.25oz... (not too make it too heavy). What string and tension would you recommend for full poly set up? So far I tried Halo2 and Black Knight both strung ~55lb (according to racquet tune dropped down to ~51 the day after stringing without being played). Halo2 seems not quite spiny enough yet good control, with Black Knight I love the spin, but cannot hit flat - balls are more likely to fly out.

- on K7 Red.
Ytex QuadroTwist (strung @51lb) changed my experience a lot with this frame. Thanks @topspn! Yet I'm feeling my elbow every time after hitting with it. Could this possibly be caused by the string, or rather the frame?.. Would you have any recommendations on similar lively and spiny yet arm friendly set up for K7 Red?

Thanks again for all your input in this thread!
You can try cyclone tour 1.30 to k7 red, tons of spin and very soft poly, as far as sw you cannot change it by moving the weight in the handle but the more headlight the more easily swings
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
Hi guys,
First of all, thanks for all the great advices here!
Then, I have a couple of questions:

- on TC100 (63RA) 310/315 (9phl).
Due to high swing weight it plays a bit sluggish for me and I'm often late especially on fast pace serves/ shots. So I decided to remove one of the weights. It made racquet easier and faster to swing yet changed the balance. Now it's even balanced instead of head light (which I prefer). So the question is, what is the best way to make it more headlight without increasing swing weight? Will adding lead tape at the very bottom of the handle work? I believe, I can only add 0.25oz... (not too make it too heavy). What string and tension would you recommend for full poly set up? So far I tried Halo2 and Black Knight both strung ~55lb (according to racquet tune dropped down to ~51 the day after stringing without being played). Halo2 seems not quite spiny enough yet good control, with Black Knight I love the spin, but cannot hit flat - balls are more likely to fly out.

- on K7 Red.
Ytex QuadroTwist (strung @51lb) changed my experience a lot with this frame. Thanks @topspn! Yet I'm feeling my elbow every time after hitting with it. Could this possibly be caused by the string, or rather the frame?.. Would you have any recommendations on similar lively and spiny yet arm friendly set up for K7 Red?

Thanks again for all your input in this thread!
Hi Olga,

Moving around or taking off weight in the handle will effect the weight of the racquet and balance but it will have negligible effect on SW. If you like the weight now and just want a bit HL and you’re not in the mood to experiment more with shifting weights in the handle then a couple of other options. You can add a heavier grip (leather for instance), add strips of lead or Tungsten under the grip, weight under the cap (my least favorite) or add weight 7” from the butt cap (top of the grip). !/4 oz is about 7g so add around 5g there. The last if my favorite, helps smooth out the racquet swing and will make a bit HL. I use electric tape to experiment first
 

OlgaOM

New User
Hi Olga,

Moving around or taking off weight in the handle will effect the weight of the racquet and balance but it will have negligible effect on SW. If you like the weight now and just want a bit HL and you’re not in the mood to experiment more with shifting weights in the handle then a couple of other options. You can add a heavier grip (leather for instance), add strips of lead or Tungsten under the grip, weight under the cap (my least favorite) or add weight 7” from the butt cap (top of the grip). !/4 oz is about 7g so add around 5g there. The last if my favorite, helps smooth out the racquet swing and will make a bit HL. I use electric tape to experiment first
I’m fine experimenting with the weights, since I already made the hard part - opened the pallets :) But there were 3 weights in the very bottom, I removed the top one. If I’ll remove one more, I suppose the racquet will become too light ‍♀. I do like the weight now, just would prefer headlight at least slightly more...
Thanks will try starting from 7” one :)
 

stocchero

New User
I’m fine experimenting with the weights, since I already made the hard part - opened the pallets :) But there were 3 weights in the very bottom, I removed the top one. If I’ll remove one more, I suppose the racquet will become too light ‍. I do like the weight now, just would prefer headlight at least slightly more...
Thanks will try starting from 7” one :)
If you want the maximum shift in balance, with least amount of weight, put some fishing weight inside the foam in the butt of the racquet.

That way, each 1 gram will bring the balance 1mm towards the handle.

But that would, at least in theory, make no difference in sluggishness of the racquet, as removing weight at the end of the handle would not do this also.

So things are much more on the try and see what goes for you...

For me, specifically, I like adding weight in the buttcap, but not at 7"...

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OlgaOM

New User
@Lphansen Interesting, thanks! Never thought about it.
I suppose, it’s better/safer to remove bumpers from the racquet before trimming?
 
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OlgaOM

New User
But that would, at least in theory, make no difference in sluggishness of the racquet, as removing weight at the end of the handle would not do this also.
I guess, sluggishness is a subjective relation to the combination of SW, weight and balance. Since making racquet lighter made it easier to swing for me.
 
I need advice on an 18x20 frame.

I’ve been looking at the new k7 lime, as I used to have a pair of reds. I could not play with authority with the reds to save my life. I even tried putting tons of lead at 3&9 and 12 to see if that helped. How does the k7 lime compare in this regard? I’m also considering a Wilson blade 18x20, a tc95 18x20 (although I haven’t compared the head size to that of a 98), a tc97 18x20, and anxiously awaiting the new pure strike 18x20 later this year. I tend to prefer a slightly more uniform flex, albeit I don’t mind if a frame has a super low RA, just not super high. Pure strike is about as high I could go. Any thoughts?
 
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Lphansen

Rookie
@Lphansen Interesting, thanks! Never thought about it.
I suppose, it’s better/safer to remove bumpers from the racquet before trimming?
I normally do it with bumper attached, just using a sharp knife along the frame.
If the bumper is the least used with worn grommets, its very diffucult to get it in or out!
The result should look like the Head speed rackets for instance..

Lphansen
 
played doubles for the first time in 2+ years with the TC95 16x19 and I can see myself wanting an 18 x 20 version if I start playing more doubles. Lately, its been singles singles singles as it is hard to get a group together. Doubles is all about placement and a lot of net work, whereas the TC95 16x19 Ra63 is such a beast in singles with its immense exposive spin and heavy balls that take their toll over extended baseline rallies. That said no problem with the TC95 on service games ... super pinpoint serving and I was S&V even on second serves as the the returners I faced were mostly chipping returns of my serve.

Hi guys and gals.
 
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esm

Semi-Pro
The V3 TC100 looks great.

Genuine quick q - I currently mainly use the V2 TC100 63RA and Yonex Vcore Duel G 97 (both with fullbed of multi). I have been thinking of getting either a V3 TC100 63RA (same spec as the V2) or a Wilson Clash Tour.

Looking for any feedback/advice from Angell experts on the above? Is V3 a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and is the Clash Tour a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and the Yonex?

The final spec I am looking for would be around 342g and 32.5cm balance and SW of around 330. Thanks.
 

topspn

Hall of Fame
The V3 TC100 looks great.

Genuine quick q - I currently mainly use the V2 TC100 63RA and Yonex Vcore Duel G 97 (both with fullbed of multi). I have been thinking of getting either a V3 TC100 63RA (same spec as the V2) or a Wilson Clash Tour.

Looking for any feedback/advice from Angell experts on the above? Is V3 a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and is the Clash Tour a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and the Yonex?

The final spec I am looking for would be around 342g and 32.5cm balance and SW of around 330. Thanks.
Take this with a grain of salt as there are some really good reviews out there and even by TW play testers of the clash tour. I personally disliked it and thought it had a ridiculous high launch angle, very open pattern, silly control, disconnected feel and mushy flexy. I don’t think its in the same class at all of the TC100. I play with a TC95s 63RA but I have plenty of experience with the TC100. For me both TC100 and Duel G are superior frames. The V3 is definitely worth it in my opinion, I feel my TC95s are better balanced sticks with a more connected feel.
 

Toby14

Semi-Pro
The V3 TC100 looks great.

Genuine quick q - I currently mainly use the V2 TC100 63RA and Yonex Vcore Duel G 97 (both with fullbed of multi). I have been thinking of getting either a V3 TC100 63RA (same spec as the V2) or a Wilson Clash Tour.

Looking for any feedback/advice from Angell experts on the above? Is V3 a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and is the Clash Tour a worthwhile upgrade from the V2 and the Yonex?

The final spec I am looking for would be around 342g and 32.5cm balance and SW of around 330. Thanks.

Take this with a grain of salt as there are some really good reviews out there and even by TW play testers of the clash tour. I personally disliked it and thought it had a ridiculous high launch angle, very open pattern, silly control, disconnected feel and mushy flexy. I don’t think its in the same class at all of the TC100. I play with a TC95s 63RA but I have plenty of experience with the TC100. For me both TC100 and Duel G are superior frames. The V3 is definitely worth it in my opinion, I feel my TC95s are better balanced sticks with a more connected feel.

Somehow one have to respect the good reviews of the Clash Tour, but it is one of the worst frames I ever played and I simply can't get into my mind that players likes this frame. Mine was strung with a multi string, mid range and that could have been part of the problem, some of my hitting partners tried the frame too and really disliked it too. I really wanted to like the frame as I was looking for a more powerful frame with arm comfort - luckily I found the TC100 :)

However one player (3.0 player who plays with Prince Phantom 93P) really liked it, but perhaps he is overmatched with his regular frame.

I agree with everything @topspn said about the Clash Tour frame. I now play with TC100 V3 and TC95 V3 and these frames are really superior in every aspects.

Cheers, Toby
 

Mkiske

Rookie
My History

Angell Tc100 V3 27” 63 RA

Factory specs L3
310g
32,5 cm; 6 HL
Cushion Pu
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Grip changed from L3 to L2
Measuring
309,5g
32,05 cm; 7 HL
Cushion Pu
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Stringed
MSV Focus Hex 1.27 50 lbs: 328,55g
33,2 cm; 3,5 HL
Cushion Pu
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PLUS
Overgrip, dampener, MSV Focus Hex 1.27 50 lbs: 334,68g
32,9 cm; 4,5 HL
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String change
Cushion Pu, Overgrip, dampener, Yonex Poly Tour Pro 1.25 49 lbs: 332,38g
32,8 cm; 4,7 HL
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Weight added
Cushion Pu, Overgrip, dampener, Yonex Poly Tour Pro 1.25 49 lbs: 335,38g
32,5 cm; 5,8 HL
3g weight at Buttcap
 
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Mkiske

Rookie
I didn't like of the Focus Hex 1.27, stiffer than Steel.

About added weight, I wanted to leave the racket more head light, for the handling improvement.
Let's play!
 
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