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mach1
05-28-2005, 10:31 PM
...PLOW THROUGH racquets of all time?

007
05-30-2005, 05:38 AM
2000-20003 Pure Control
Fischer VT98 Pro
Volkl C7 Pro
Wilson PS 6.1/HPS 6.1/HPS 5.0/nSIX 90 + 95
Yonex SRD Tour
Yonex RD7
Yonex RD Power 7/Power 10
Kennex 5G PSE/ki5G PSE

lildev0426
05-30-2005, 07:43 AM
wilson ps classic6.1

Grimjack
05-30-2005, 08:09 AM
The heavy ones.

nViATi
05-30-2005, 08:13 AM
The heavy ones.
personally, i think this is a pointless thread.

mach1
05-30-2005, 09:05 AM
How is it pointeless? BTW nViATi you have some really cool pictures on your photoblog.

I'm looking for a racquet that has the most plow through factor stock. I should have said it in the beginning, oh well. I'm a big strong guy so weight isn't ever a factor for me. Not all heavy racquets have a plow through factor. HPS 6.1 is an example even though 007 says it is. Anyone else know of any good racquets that have that factor??

bee
05-30-2005, 03:54 PM
My Prostaff Orginal 95 with added weight in handle and head and my Head Classic MP with weight in handle have that characteristic. It is mostly a matter of weight. Gut strings help, also.

MChong
05-30-2005, 04:31 PM
Wait, mach1, you mean stock, right?

I would imagine that the PS 6.1 Classic would do quite a good job with it, but on the other hand, any racquet over 12 ounces without too headlight a balance should have a decent plowing effect. The ProKennex 5g seems to fit seeing that it's 13 ounces, heh.

Personally though, I found the Diablo Mid stock to be a little unstable in the upper hoop so I modded mine and it does a real good job plowing through the ball (They can be had for a relatively cheap price, nowadays, too!)

jayserinos99
05-30-2005, 05:16 PM
can't go wrong with that pog mid w/ a fair amount of lead tape.

nViATi
05-30-2005, 07:28 PM
How is it pointeless? BTW nViATi you have some really cool pictures on your photoblog.

I'm looking for a racquet that has the most plow through factor stock. I should have said it in the beginning, oh well. I'm a big strong guy so weight isn't ever a factor for me. Not all heavy racquets have a plow through factor. HPS 6.1 is an example even though 007 says it is. Anyone else know of any good racquets that have that factor??
don't most heavy racquets with high swingweights have good plow through? it's easy to find out.
thanks by the way