View Full Version : Which Wilson do you prefer and why?
11-27-2006, 12:31 PM
I am asking this question to people who own or have played with the Wilson NCode Six One 95 16x18 and the Wilson Prostaff Classic 6.0 95. What are the main differences between the two that you all have found and which racquet do you prefer? Ive been playing with the Ncode for a little over a month and am liking it pretty well but all the playtest results and feedback about the Classic 6.0 95 is drawing me in. Is the classic pretty much the same as the new 6.1 95 but with better feel? I would appreciate any feedback you may have. Also Breakpoint if you could give me your opinion on these two racquets I would appreciate that as well.
uhmmm im using a wilson ncode tour 90 Feels like heaven when u hit it on the sweetspot but if u dont lol its like HELL!!! lots of control1
11-27-2006, 01:02 PM
i prefer the ncode 90 because its a players' category racquet, and most similar to my one and only previous racquet...
11-27-2006, 01:29 PM
Please do a search as you'll find tons of info on these two racquets.
Basically, they are two very different racquets from two different families of racquet lines. The nCode 95 is a decendent of the PS 6.1 Classic, while the PS 6.0 95 is from the PS 6.0 Original family. They have different beam shapes, beam widths, etc.
The nCode 95 is stiffer and has more power and swings heavier. The PS 6.0 95 has more feel, is flexier, and swings lighter.
BTW, it's the PS 6.0 95 Original, not Classic. The Classic is the PS 6.1 Classic.
11-27-2006, 02:48 PM
Of the current crop, I like the N61 Tour 90, but I would really like to hit a PS 85, just to see what it's all about...
11-28-2006, 01:24 AM
i have a head but would prefer a nblade with added weight
11-28-2006, 01:25 AM
I'm sure that La Bomba made this thread with a poll...PS 85.
11-28-2006, 12:00 PM
My favourite wilson and favourite racquet of all time is the ncode 90. Its my holy grail, now ive found it i wont be switching for a long time to come....
5x Wilson Ncode Six-One Tour
Prince Synthetic Gut Mains @ 62lbs
Tecnifibre Polyspin Crosses @ 60lbs
Leather Grips + Pro's Pro Overgrips
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