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01-04-2013, 04:48 AM #35
Also mid-grade/made in taiwan models do have distribution codes as well, just not a JP one. Nanospeed 1000 is probably the cheapest non-basic made in japan model ... If you want to experiment, you could get a JP, SP and a US of the next high-end release .
Or to start with the community can begin by posting their new racket weights in a new thread, unstrung or strung but unmodified stock grip, if one really wants to go to that lengths . Like I mentioned elsewhere all my 3U are 88-89gr. regardless of code, or at least >87.5 gr. by a good guestimate as some are strung or re-gripped and there are at least 5 different codes in there spanning different models.
Last edited by demolidor; 01-04-2013 at 04:52 AM.
01-04-2013, 12:18 PM #36
nano1000, i wonder if that's hard to get around the world, cos i haven't seen it in the US LOL. getting three high end rackets will render me almost 600 USD, i might have to reconsider.
the only way to test this is for me to own these rackets so that we are using the same wrist (mine) while playing to keep it consistent, and i don't like using other people's rackets, and i don't lend mine out.
11-12-2013, 01:57 PM #37
11-12-2013, 02:36 PM #38
I beg to differ.
Strings with different codes play the same and last as long. You might have encountered fake CH/SP strings.
I've compared SP, CD and JP strings strung on the same tension and same racket and they all had the same frequency and played exactly the same.