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  Don't be Coy, Now
  Posted by: Kudzu on Dec-18-12 4:46 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Dec-19-12 4:51 AM EST --

For me:

Wider paddle = little or no flutter.

Narrower paddle = some flutter on the first stroke or two.

I realize I can reduce my power on those first strokes and reduce the flutter, but I found that a shorter, wider paddle makes that unnecessary. You think there's some other variable accounting for this?


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