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CW and TH Grip

Discussion in 'Grip' started by 1Badiste, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. demolidor

    demolidor Regular Member

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    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=668

    The same you can buy in Europe: AC102-30 or something ... AC102EX-30 (but I haven't seen it in yellow before)
     
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  2. 1Badiste

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    Thank you but are you sure there is a box like in the video of ants?
     
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    Thank you very much.
    As promised, I will not bother you more with my questions.

    Thank you again.
     
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    i'm stupid, still doesn't really quite get the LCW gripping style.
    request for video~ :D
    wanna try something new..since so many positive comments about this grip style :)
     
  6. Thom_bad

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    Hey what should be the position of the overgrip at the beginning (LCW style) ?
    Any pics ?
     
  7. demolidor

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    [​IMG] You should check out my video then ... if you can find it :p (already posted it here, u just need to discover the link ;))
     
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    Actually I don't find the link...
     
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    Click on the picture of the racket:cool:..

    Naughty demo:p
     
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    Thanks George and Demolidor, I didn't understand the link was somewhat "hidden" :D
    Did you put something on the wood ?
    I want to try this trick as my grip is too thick...
     
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    I mean, should I put a scotch between the wood and the overgrip ?
     
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    I will repost back the video soon...
     
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    that would be great ants!
     
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    That's a good idea, ants!:)
     
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    nice video Demolidor. really a naughty demo :D.
    now i get the idea.
     
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    So I tried it :)
    That was for sure thinner than original + Ac102, and that was easier to hold the racquet :)

    Unfortunately the feeling was veryyyy hard...:(
    Perhaps putting any tape or thin overgrip under the AC102 will make it more comfortable :)
     
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    Is LCW using 2 roll of grip to grip his racket? I tried 1 roll of grip on my racket today but found it not very thick though..:D
     
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    On the video Ants shown only one roll :)
    I also faced the prob (post #137)..

    I think you could put a tape on the wood ;)
     
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    I find it quite comfy:)

    I am now using a hybrid grip, that I have had the wonderful pleasure of inventing :p

    It is a combo of the LD grip and LCW grip, basically you start the way that ants has showed you in the video, and keep twisting, until you get about 2/3 up, where you stop, a good thing about this, is that out of the standard 3 supergraps per pack, you can make 1 grip into between two and three depending on how tight you wrap, how short you finish gripping, and if you are wrapping on top of a original grip or not.

    Btw I am using Yellow AC102EX
     
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