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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Think I saw that one in a store window today: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3045/...e285b68694.jpg

    This forum has more leaks than a thatched roof built by Bradley Manning! Admit to nothing Dan. (Unless it's juicy!)


    BCers are such cool humorous bunch i really should start looking into implementing a "like" button.

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    Dan, when will T-pros be ready for US consumption?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Need to find a few that are BP310 for you...have one that's *gasp*, 80.3g, BP311!
    What the... ??? did you order a consignment of racquets or a box of chocolates??!!
    Oh never mind, I think I know the answer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Need to find a few that are BP310 for you...have one that's *gasp*, 80.3g, BP311!
    Sounds like fun Although it'll probably already feel a bit 'wobbly' with that high a BP....

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    i can do with 295-300 actually. 86-87g.

    rumor has it that there are more toys than just the TPro?
    There are always more toys in Panda's cave Hopefully, the Revelation is amongst them and close to production...I've waited for what feels like an eternity for that racket. And the design is awfully good...*drool*

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post


    BCers are such cool humorous bunch i really should start looking into implementing a "like" button.
    If there already was one I'd like that comment.


    Also now I've played with and got used to my my TPros I'm never looking back, even my poor old battered T2 and the borrowed Precision haven't been touched since I got them...
    Last edited by Teebs; 04-14-2011 at 06:08 AM. Reason: grammatical error

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Need to find a few that are BP310 for you...have one that's *gasp*, 80.3g, BP311!
    what .... ? you didn't tell me you have it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maa2003 View Post
    what .... ? you didn't tell me you have it ...
    Panda did not have it, Panda "made" it. There was a 6.8g piece of lead tape on the handle. Panda removed it and...80.3, BP311.

    Since Panda is using this specific racket, he added some lead tape back onto the handle, it's now ~85g, BP~300.

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    a haha that makes me want to remove the grip on all my rackets in search of lead tape I can remove muahahaha

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    I just broke the Z62 string off my TPro racket. I don't know a very credible stringer in our country so I have to ask this question. If I let them string my racket, would they automatically know that they should use the "old" string pattern for the TPro rather than the new one?

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    Hi Kevin: any experienced stringer is going to know the TPro string pattern; it's basic.

    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    I just broke the Z62 string off my TPro racket. I don't know a very credible stringer in our country so I have to ask this question. If I let them string my racket, would they automatically know that they should use the "old" string pattern for the TPro rather than the new one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    I just broke the Z62 string off my TPro racket. I don't know a very credible stringer in our country so I have to ask this question. If I let them string my racket, would they automatically know that they should use the "old" string pattern for the TPro rather than the new one?
    It's rather self-explanatory. No one with some experience will do it wrong - it's basically the same as any other brand's pattern (barring exceptions like Babolat).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Hi Kevin: any experienced stringer is going to know the TPro string pattern; it's basic.
    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    It's rather self-explanatory. No one with some experience will do it wrong - it's basically the same as any other brand's pattern (barring exceptions like Babolat).
    But how will one stringer know that he should use the new string pattern, say for example for the Precision?

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    I think it is better to ask how many hole in the Tpro, Upro and precision? is it 80? 88?
    then said it to your stringer, they will know how to string it straight away

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    But how will one stringer know that he should use the new string pattern, say for example for the Precision?
    I cant talk for other stringers, but for me there is always only one reasonable way to get the string through the grommets. A good stringer should see if something he pre-wove is wrong and go back and fix it....it's really not that hard to figure out PP string patterns. It's actually similar to the newer Yonex patterns with less shared holes (although it's been a while since I strung my Precision - perhaps it's even the same )

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    Panda, you really need a more condensed source of information than this website. Took me a few hours to figure out what I'm looking for.

    I'm currently using a AT900P 4U and I measured the BP to be exactly 300mm (original grip, no strings). If I order a TPro with BP300, 88g, 8.2flex, is there any reason why I might have a problem? Just asking because the general consensus seems to be that BP300 is too heavy for most people. I'm basically looking for something a little bit more hefty (like a 3U) and flexible (like a AT700).

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmilk View Post
    Panda, you really need a more condensed source of information than this website. Took me a few hours to figure out what I'm looking for.

    I'm currently using a AT900P 4U and I measured the BP to be exactly 300mm (original grip, no strings). If I order a TPro with BP300, 88g, 8.2flex, is there any reason why I might have a problem? Just asking because the general consensus seems to be that BP300 is too heavy for most people. I'm basically looking for something a little bit more hefty (like a 3U) and flexible (like a AT700).
    first thing first, you cannot choose the flex

    did you feel your AT900P hard to swing around?
    do you feel that you don't have enough stamina to play your session with your AT900P?

    if yes for one of them, it might not be a good idea to take a 88gr Tpro
    and I don't know how stiff the AT900P (maybe someone could help)
    but Tpro is already classified as very stiff using SOTX stifness chart

    http://www.ibuysports.com/badmintoninfosheet.html

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    Oh didn't know the flex was set. I have no problems with my AT900P. Actually wanted something a bit heavier so that I could generate more smashes with less effort.

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