How much should I sell my Wilson nCode nSix-One 95 for?

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  1. timisu87

    timisu87 New User

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    I just need to know because I was thinking of getting the babolat aeropro drive cortex or trying something new. A person wants to buy it from me for 80 dollars, I have used it for about one and a half years. Should I let it go or keep it? Its in great condition.
     
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  2. tbini87

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    do you have a backup? if you do letting it go for $80 isn't the worst, but i would keep it as a backup. if you need the money i guess keeping it isn't an option...
     
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  3. a_6m

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    $80 is good price.

    but, why are moving from Ncode 95 to aero pro, your choice(as it suits ur game), but i think moving to APD from Ncode 6.1 95 is in wrong direction.

    Anyways, I dont think, u will find better deal then this. coz. soon Ncode would go on sale in sometime to come. Infact, with many retailers they are on sale.
     
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  4. quest01

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    I sold my Wilson N95 on an auction site for either 70 or 80 dollars plus shipping. So i would say that the price is reasonable. Ive also had the racket for around a year and a half. The reason i wanted to sell the racket was because the grip was a little bit too big.
     
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  5. timisu87

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    What should I get in place of the NSix-One95? I tried the APD with the cortex although its great on serves and everything. My playing style I feel was not suited for that racket. I tried the LM Prestige, Wilson K95, Babalot APD but none of them were really that great. Except the power of the serve increased with the Babolot. Any suggestions would be great.
     
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  6. Federer's pet goat Leanne

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    Um... how about you just keep using the N95 if you like the racquet. You can always buy more, they're not that old.
     
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  7. timisu87

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    Its not that, I want something that can generate a bit more power I know a lot of it has to do with me but this racket I feel is too control orientated.
     
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  8. kingdaddy41788

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    You won't be able to get much for it because it was so popular and it's on its way out. I'd take the $80 and run.
     
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  9. timisu87

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    I was thinking of just letting it go. But its just finding the next best thing.
     
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  10. The_Punisher

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    id just keep it, because that my friend, is a really nice stick.
     
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  11. Matty G

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    y dont you have alook ats sum other brands. E.g dunlop aerogel 200 and 300 , head extremes and radicals
     
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  12. Federer's pet goat Leanne

    Federer's pet goat Leanne Banned

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    you want a stick that has power similar to the pure drive?

    if you want more power, have you tried stringing at a lower tension and/or changing up your strings?
     
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