I was under the impression that TC95 18x20, TC97 18x20 and Lime all share gromments. I will have a closer look to see if I can spot any difference between my TC95 18x20 and Lime in the string pattern.Looking at mine, the K7 Lime has a slightly more open string pattern.
As with the 18x20 string patterns, the grommets for the 16x19 TC95, TC97 and K7 Red are the same. You can check this if you measure the distance from the top to bottom cross string and the left to right main string.
From memory, you strung your racquet at 48 lbs... right?Little 18x20 TC95 update. I've been injured, so not playing as much, but still had a hit or two.
Now that I'm dialed in, my one hander backhand is pretty much the best it's ever been with this stick. I can crack it cross court, but I can also guide it nicely down the line. My backhand is definitely my weaker wing, but I hit more backhand winners than forehand winners last night, so that says something.
It does lead me to the forehand, where I'm starting to struggle a little with the launch angle when I try to really rip it. I didn't feel that problem initially, but that may have just been me honeymooning. I think I'll probably adjust, but it's going to take some work. Plenty of lateral control, but I still get a bunch of balls in the bottom of the net or sailing long.
Oh that's an interesting thought. I'll try it next time!From memory, you strung your racquet at 48 lbs... right?
Next time maybe try to make the crosses 3 lbs lower than the mains. That will give you some additional launch angle and pretty much solve things.
Glad you're enjoying the racquet. Hope you get better soon.
I can later tonight when I'm back home.
It’s usually about additional 10SW per 1/4”. Standard unstrung should be around high 290s to low 300s (I think it is similar to the TC95).
Thanks. Been swinging my gravity pro with sw 330 lately and tried my prince Tour NXG Graphite MP 330g 310 mm 27.25” sw 331. Now I wanted something in between and a bit lighter for better maneuverability. Might still be too heavy then I guess.It’s usually about additional 10SW per 1/4”. Standard unstrung should be around high 290s to low 300s (I think it is similar to the TC95).
usually add about 30SW for the string… so for this one it’s be around 340SW
Ok thank you. Adding 0.25” should add 10 in sw. And then strings another 25-30. I think I could handle 335 but no more. I think I’ll go for a try.i was told by Paul that the same specs but in 27" has a target sw of 295
From experience, order is shipped around 7 days after it's been placed. Though each time I ordered additional items, like t-shirts or racquet bag. I guess for racquets alone it can be anywhere between 5 days and 10 days,And those days are after order placed? For a custom racquet?
He always ships rackets Fedex 2-day express. But depending on your order: number of rackets, how busy the shop is as a whole, etc determines how quickly they can build your specific racket(s).What’s the normal wait to get custom racquets shipped? Said 7-10 days on my order but I saw someone reveiving it after 5 days.
If that is 310sw unstrung then strung will be 340-343sw, and if you want to add on top of that 20sw points with the 0.5 extension you will have manoeuvrability issues if you aren't use to that type of SW (365sw roughly)On another note. A bit off topic but still not since Angell has so much customization.
Say I have a racquet of 310 sw. What would be the difference of extending it 1/2 inches (adding 20points) and adding weight corresponding to 20 sw points be? Mainly asking of feel and maneuverability.