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  1. #1
    johny
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    Default Which one has slimmer shaft? Ti10 and ISO TIS

    I feel that currently the ISO TIS has the slimmest shaft among all yonex rackets...

  2. #2
    Scooby
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    Default Re: Which one has slimmer shaft? Ti10 and ISO TIS

    They are supposed to be the same, 7mm. I just took a look at both of them, and it sure does look the same. Maybe need to use a more scientific method, like a caliper to measure.

  3. #3
    Rick
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    Default Re: Which one has slimmer shaft? Ti10 and ISO TIS

    actually they are not that slim. I think it is the same size as Ti 10.
    Probably because the way yonex designed the ISO TI SP racquet which makes it feels like its shaft is slim.

    The weight is concentrated on the grip and the head, and feels like there's little weight on the shaft. And this contributes to the SWING SPEED ........................

  4. #4
    Mark (Winex UK)
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    Default Re: Which one has slimmer shaft? Ti10 and ISO TIS

    as far as I know, Scooby is correct. They both use 7mm shafts.

    Mark

  5. #5
    johny
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    Default But MP-100 is thicker right?

    I measured that MP-100 is 7.5mm while TIS is 7mm... MP100 is too hard to drive because of this I guess...

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