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Thread: how to reduce vibration?
10-18-2010, 06:25 AM #52
I'm presuming the thicker the grip the less vibration, if I were to purchase the supergrap, should I put it over the original grip for maximum reduction? Or would it be ok to just remove the original grip, I don't want the grip to be too fat... =\
10-18-2010, 10:24 PM #53
Wilson new BLX series put Basalt fiber inside the frame to reduce unwanted vibration and remain great feel.
Jonas Rasmussen used BLX Vertex when he won the ALL England 2010 MD.
Wilson introduces a new material into their highly respected line: Basalt. Basalt is a natural volcanic rock used in manufacturing and made into fine and ultra fine gold fibers. Basalt fibers are environmentally friendly and superior to other fibers in terms of thermal stability, sound insulation, vibration assistance and durability.
With the new BLX line, Basalt fibers are woven longitudinally with the innovating [K]arophite Black to create the most advanced composite ever in the industry. Players will find the ultimate in frequency reduction while retaining the performance of carbon fiber in terms of lightness, responsiveness, stability and rigidity.
Basalt added into racquets filters out unwanted frequencies (i.e vibrations) that reach the hand to deliver a clean feedback and sensation for the perfect feel players demand!
Last edited by lhkjacky; 10-18-2010 at 10:31 PM.
10-18-2010, 10:35 PM #54
10-19-2010, 09:30 AM #55
the scrotch tape trick sound interesting.
anyone had got a pic of the setup ?
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