Just wanted to know how many people broke a MP100

Discussion in 'Broken Rackets' started by Quan, May 12, 2002.

  1. TDotSmAsHer

    TDotSmAsHer Regular Member

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    oh...... my CD racquet did not have SP on it......

    Sorry I'm still kinda lost... (I'm slow in the head :( ) heh.... You're saying... serial codes with HK , TH on it has to have on it.

    But... GR / CD / US / JP etc. will not?

    Or are you saying...

    HK/TH only some have SP on it but some don't??


    I'm not making any sense am i? lol
     
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    broke after 1 month

    hi all,
    I had a mp100 and cracked it after one month. It was strung with bg65 at 24lb and cracked on the side of the head. I was pretty pissed off but I know the country distributor and got a replacement for free so it's all good now. My replacement has held up find for 3 months now although I only use it for doubles, I use a mp77 for singles.
     
  3. Byro-Nenium

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    As modious has said, i'm using a Cab20 now. Cab20 Original and Cab20 Tour Special. Occasionally my MP100 and MP77 as well. But my Cab20s are my favourites now.

    I've only ever had 1 TH racket but i do believe that quality control plays a big part in my MP55 incident.
     
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    jus broke!!

    MP100 3U G5 TW

    broke after collision with a steel racket at the 9 o'clock position
    well... it didn't break at first... it held fine until i hit the next bird... then the frame collapsed ><
     
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    sorry to hear that. 3U rackets and steel rackets usually don't mix well together... :(


    do you guys keep all your broken rackets? let's have a broken racket registry! :)
     
  6. modious

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    Yes, I've kept all my broken rackets which are not many actually... :D

    MP100 SP (2UG5)
    MP88 SP (3UG5)
    Iso Slim 10 SP (2UG5)
     
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    Pianz...might as well name it the Rackets Cemetery or Mortuary hee :D
     
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    G'day,

    Just broke my MP100SP 2U that I brought from a good member of this forum. It was my fault as I smacked it to the ground in sheer frustration.

    Had for exactly 6 days before I killed it... and just as I was starting to get use to it. It is so much faster, agile and controllable than MP77, only weaker in outright power....Probably because it is not as head heavy as the MP77.

    Lesson well learnt - Never lose temper no matter how bad things go - or your wallet will suffer!!

    Question is - is there any way of salvaging the racket? It has 2 small cracks, at 1 and 7 O clock position...put some resin to fill the crack? Don't mind keeping it for mucking about with minimal string tension....
     

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