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Thread: 2003 Yonex rackets measurements
12-14-2004, 02:04 PM #151
Can someone post the translation of the columns please?
Originally Posted by bluejeff
12-24-2004, 03:43 AM #152
i just bought an MP-24, of course influenced by the test results here which places it just below MP-99 and the fact that it is a 'long' racket. i also think it looks almost similar to a Ti-10 with its red, black, silver colour scheme. i'm going to use this mainly for doubles (afraid to break my Ti-10 like what happened to my Prince NXgraphite) and maybe for singles, against lesser opponents
i just bought my Ti-10 Long 4 days earlier, so i may do some gut-feeling test to gauge their relative stiffness. don't worry, both are strung with the same string (same black colour too ), BG66 @24lbs, by the same stringer, using the same machine.
side-by-side measure also proves there is very minimal length difference between the two, although Ti-10's longer length is due to the shaft but the MP-24 due to its longer handle. same as MP-30, but not MP-27?
yet to have any feel of the MP-24 yet. probably earliest on monday.
12-27-2004, 08:03 AM #153Originally Posted by napee
doing my serves, the MP-24 has about 10-15% less distance compared to Ti-10. much smaller sweet spot too. so if anybody thinks the MP-24 is such a deal (stiff racket, long size) think again. the higher priced racket have its merit.
i think i'm spoiled by the Ti-10. even a Cab20TiPwr feels not powerful enough
02-14-2005, 05:07 PM #154
Just looked the Yonex Japan web-site.
For AT-800OF and DE, there is a size : 4U5, 3U4・5
What is those mean ?
Is it : 4UG5, 3UG4 and 3UG5 ?
02-14-2005, 05:12 PM #155Originally Posted by jkusmanto
however, there are 4UG4 and 3UG3 in other country code as well.
02-15-2005, 03:59 AM #156
Thanks Cooler !
Originally Posted by cooler
03-03-2005, 11:28 AM #157
Why not compare stiffness of a 3U MP33 with a 2U?
03-03-2005, 01:39 PM #158Originally Posted by shamrock
03-04-2005, 04:31 AM #159
I am sorry to forget that there is only 3U version of MP33 available, but i still suggest u to compare a 3U AT700 with a 4u. I think the method u utilized to measure stiffness of a racket is some physical ways, and the results somehow depend on the weight of racket. So that u can probably get different results of the 2 AT700s just because different weight.
03-04-2005, 01:48 PM #160Originally Posted by shamrock
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