Altering an nTour 95 to play like an N95 through lead tape.

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  1. Mansewerz

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    Any tips?????????
     
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    come on any help?
     
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    By adding lead one cannot make a racquet like or really play like another that much when the racquet is different. However, adding lead can enhance and give a racquet some qualities that another different racquet also has. So you have to ask yourself what qualities does the n95 have that you would lke to try and have in the nTour 95. Is it the simple weight of the N95? or the balance? Perhaps it is swingweight? Stability? I would find the quality you like most of the N95 as a starting point.

    Why don't you explain what it is you would like to get out of the nTour. Start with your favorite quality of the n6.1 95 and then list two or three other qualities.

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    It's for my cousin, so I'd have to ask him.
     
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  5. Swan Song

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    The best way is to take both the n95 and the nTour to a place that has a RDC machine, and they can help you match it. Otherwise, buy a scale and balance board. The only disadvantage of using only a scale and balance board is that you cannot measure the swingweight.
     
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