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Old 2009-12-05, 20:11   #11
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Um, did you check to see what the tension IS in each?? Two different stringers, and shipping in cold airplane hulls have done more to cause questions than I'm up to typing about.... Before pondering it into oblivion, perhaps use a DT tester and also compare WHERE the sweetspot lies in each frame. You may find that your contact favors one frame over the other...
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Lightbulb SW.............

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Originally Posted by MaryFab View Post
I use the racquet with the L1 grip with a double overgrip on it. I just counted the balance of both racquets and the one with the L3 grip is 1.5 cm head heavier (there is no overgrip on it).
You have answered your own question as you are forgetting about Swing Weight (SW); heavier head will have more SW.

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Old 2009-12-07, 18:56   #13
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Guess I have to learn to read MORE carefully before posting. Thanks for the bail-out Tennez. I over-thought the problem. What would Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write about this? I think Sherlock MIGHT ream my deductive abilities LOL

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