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    Default Mizuno Tetracross 400

    Mizuno Tetracross 400 3UG5. Pictures also taken with the Luminasonic 9 and the Tetracross 700 in comparison.

    Weight strung without grip: 93g
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    The finishing on the TC400 seems to be very good

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    Yes it is. Compared to the TC700 the frame is thicker and it looks and feels more head heavy than the TC700. The LS9 feels about the same as the TC400. Both the TC400 and LS9 are Isometric frames whereas the TC700 is Optometric frame.

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    WOW... a good collection ara...

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    nice pics, would you say you're more of a collector or a player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    WOW... a good collection ara...
    OK so-so only

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    nice pics, would you say you're more of a collector or a player?
    Both as I play with all my racquets. Life is too short and unpredictable to buy and keep.

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    you need to do a quarterly update on your list of racquets for us.
    doing an annual review is probably overkill for the rest of us, but your collection would have grown too much by then.

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    So envy of you, can collect so many rackets.

    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    Yes it is. Compared to the TC700 the frame is thicker and it looks and feels more head heavy than the TC700. The LS9 feels about the same as the TC400. Both the TC400 and LS9 are Isometric frames whereas the TC700 is Optometric frame.
    A comparison between TC400 and TC700 would be interesting.

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    I just gave away 2 racquets today that were not suitable for me. So there is a renewal process.

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    Any good reviews how this rackets perform?

    Regards

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    now you already get another poison from him.....is only a time before you have racket as many as him hahahahaha...nice collection bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
    now you already get another poison from him.....is only a time before you have racket as many as him hahahahaha...nice collection bro
    No lah I will never have as many racquets as him .

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    Yes it is. Compared to the TC700 the frame is thicker and it looks and feels more head heavy than the TC700. The LS9 feels about the same as the TC400. Both the TC400 and LS9 are Isometric frames whereas the TC700 is Optometric frame.
    The frame of the TC400 looks like an aero frame unlike the box frame design of the TC 500 and TC 700, so that may make it look thicker.

    Also, the TC 700 that you have is 3UG4 and the TC 400 is a 3UG5 so the bigger grip size of the TC 700 may make it feel less head heavy.

    I'm really curious about the TC 400, and I like the design a lot. Would be nice to know how it compares to the 700 and 500.

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    TC400 looks nice :-)

    How flexy is the 400 shaft compared to 700?

    /Twobeer

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    Nice pics, and great collection!

    I just received my L9 this past week, and the frame has a pretty sharp profile and a much wider cross section than the TC700's. Judging from the pics, it looks like the TC400 has a wider cross section than the TC700's, but is still narrower than the L9's. So does that mean its profile is sharper than the TC700's, but still a bit more dull than the L9's?

    I eagerly await for a review/comparison of this racket. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    TC400 looks nice :-)

    How flexy is the 400 shaft compared to 700?

    /Twobeer
    TC400 is definitely more flexy than the TC700. I can't give you the difference in percentage terms but according to feedback from a friend who have played with it, the TC400 is pretty close to the L7. Hope this will give you a rough gauge.

    To: bad fanatic
    Don't own a TC500 and don't think I am going to get it. The reason I got the 400 is because it is highly recommended from my trusted source. The L7 is another racket which is recommended also.
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    where is it possible to buy this racket in Europe?

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