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Dissecting a TW coded AT900P

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Smash-Tajam, Dec 14, 2010.

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  1. Smash-Tajam

    Smash-Tajam Regular Member

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    AT900P TW coded.
     

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    how on earth did this happen ?
     
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    alot of carbon fibre there ! dont think the warrenty will cover for that :)
     
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    What is the yellow stuff inside the frame? Is it foam?
     
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    yes it's foam, to reduce vibrations.:)
     
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    foam is often used as a form in carbon fiber molding process.
     

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