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Ti-10 vs Boron-2

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Framerate, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. Framerate

    Framerate Regular Member

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    Everyone says that Ti-10 is "headheavy". I compared it with my Boron-2 and actually the Boron-2 was more "headheavy".
    But I admit that the feel of Ti-10 is "headheavy". Strange....

    The rackets i compared was:

    Ti-10 "Long" DK 2U G2
    Boron-2 SD 2U G3

    Same string BG65, original handle.
     
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    Must be because of the grip size that makes it feel different.

    SD? What does that stand for?!!...:confused:
     
  3. Framerate

    Framerate Regular Member

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    Oups, I turned the figures around a little.

    Ti-10 "Long" DK 2U G3
    Boron-2 SD 2U G2

    Which makes it more strange...

    SD? I suppose it´s Sweden even thou most rackets here are DK.
    I still can´t understand what rackets the Yonex Ti 50 Pro and, above all, the Yonex Graphlex 2002 Gold "Limited Edition" are. They are Developed by Yonex Japan and not "made in". Who made them and where?
    :confused:
     
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    Maybe because the Ti10 is longer?
     

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