Dunlop M-Fil 300

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  1. zorg

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    The Dunlop M-Fil 300 is a racket that fits almost all of my preferences. Only...Is it very powerful? Too much power isn't something I like. I like the power of the nCode 90, even though almost all of the power comes from the weight, that is about how much power I like. Does the Dunlop M-Fil 300 have that amount of power? Also, does it have the same amount of spin as the nCode 90?
     
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  2. RKS12

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    I hit with it last night and it felt good but i had trouble hitting out and keeping the ball in the court. You could compensate with tighter strings. Its worth demo-ing but you will have to guage its power for yourself.
     
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  3. zorg

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    RKS12, what racket do you currently use?
     
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  4. RKS12

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    Zorg, i have been playing for 2 years with Fischer PN1 which i love but i need to switch due to severe GE. I loved the Fischers for a lot of reasons one being i could swing hard at the ball and still keep it in court. The Volkl Tour9VE played similarly to me and i liked it a lot but it was also a little harsh on my arm. So i'm searching right now and will probably go with a ProKennex due to my elbow problems. I'm a 5.0 all court player.
     
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  5. Viper

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    5.0? the m-fil 300 is not you. Ty the nSix-One 95 or 90. Also the M-Fil 200 is pretty good.
     
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  6. A_Instead

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    Try the new M-Fil 250.
    Its a better offering than the 300.
     
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  7. Mark S. Hogan

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    You wouldn't be making up stuff would ya?
     
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  8. Progressive10s

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    Really!!

    Zorg, I have been playing for 2 years with Fischer PN1 which I love but I need to switch due to severe GE.

    RKS12, Are you referring to tennis elbow?? It has been my experience that Fischers really dampen the feel. After playing with a couple of Prince frames that really hurt my elbow, Fischers--(Pro. No.1 and Pro Extreme FT) have been a godsend. I went through physical therapy and a strength conditioning program, but time and the right equipment paid off.
     
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  9. Jonnyf

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    I think i have to say Go Pro Kennex now
     
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  10. Vamz

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    The 300 doesn't have a lot of power, and it is a good racquet, the balance is a little weird, but a bit of tape would correct that.
     
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