View Full Version : Wilson nCode Team, can somebody give me information on this racquet?
I have one that I received in a trade and its brand new. But I cannot find any information on it on the www. Its supposed to be similair to the nSixOne95 except lighter. Its not a bad racquet but since Im used to my H Tour I have no use for it. Any information would be much appreciated.
06-28-2005, 06:09 AM
Its like a blend of the nSix-1 and the old HPS 7.1 zone. Lighter, flexier compared to the 6-1 and with a 18/20 pattern.
thejackal - thanks for the information. Can you give me a ruff estimate on what kind of player it is suited for? Is it very flexible? Why is there no information on the webb at all?
06-29-2005, 04:12 AM
TW doesn't sell it. It's about 10-20g lighter than the n6-1, simlilar swingweight (maybe around 325), 63 RDC flex. It's pretty similar to the Dunlop 200G. Not sure what kind of player it's good for, I've never tried it.
06-29-2005, 04:35 AM
I did not like it: Too headheavy and too dense string-pattern for such a lightweight. Difficult to get spin on it...
Too me it did not feel flexy, but maybe it was the poly-stringjob...
06-29-2005, 06:54 AM
I've used it and i do like it but it's light. The euro version is 290 grams unstrung and balancepoint is 33.0 cm.
Some people on this board are mixing this version with the asian team version which is in between this racket and the us version of n-code 6.1.
This racket is very maneuverable and maybe a little bit too low in the power department but that can easily be solved with some lead.
06-29-2005, 07:08 AM
Here is some info on it
Wilson nCode nSix-One Team
Construction : Hyper Carbon & Silicon Oxide
Weight : 289g unstrung
Head Size : 95 sq inches
Length : 27 inches
Balance : 330cm, 4 pts HL
String : Syn Gut Extreme, 18 x 20
Thanks guys. Like Martin mentioned I solved the low power problem with some lead at 12 oclock. After that it flelt much much better for my base line style. Im sticking with my Hammer Tour for the moment but I might as well keep this as a backup.
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