Anyone use the Ncode NPS 95????

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by 154Ace, Aug 23, 2005.

  1. 154Ace

    154Ace Rookie

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    Has anyone used this racquet? Give me some details on it. Plesae give alot od details. Also, what string and tension did you use?
     
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  2. azak

    azak Rookie

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    Please search, there's a lot of threads about the nSix-One 95
     
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  3. Smuppy

    Smuppy Guest

    hes not asking about the nsix-one 95 BUDDY!
     
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  4. azak

    azak Rookie

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    Oh sorry, i thought the NPS ment nPro Staff, with is the same thatn Six One...

    Is that nPro Surge? Sorry again..
     
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  5. supersmash

    supersmash Semi-Pro

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    The nPS 95 plays almost like the n6.1 95. It's a bit lighter and a bit stiffer.
     
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  6. man-walking

    man-walking Semi-Pro

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    nah... way flexier!

    It's flexy (58RDC) and play flexy, *very controlled*, very linear string pattern, and with some "hidden" power inside.
     
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  7. Andy Roddick

    Andy Roddick Rookie

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    go with the n sixone 95 u cant go wrong
     
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  8. bustigal

    bustigal Guest

    It's like the Prostaff Tour 95, which is a racquet that does not sell very well (you decide whether it's good or bad). It's very light and flexy. People won't be able to hit the ball deep with it if they don't have discipline and powerful strokes. It does not have that ncode stability associated with the n61 95. It's not simply a lighter version of the n61 95. You can add weight to beef it up to that of n61 95, but you can't add stiffness. Thus, the nps 95 will always feel different from the n61 95. The nps 95 feels more like a Dunlop 200g when you load it up to 12oz+.
     
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