Is the Ncode ntour a replacement for the Htour?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Andy Zarzuela, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. Andy Zarzuela

    Andy Zarzuela Professional

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    So we'll see Lindsay Davenport and Justine Henin-Hardenne hitting with these orange and white paintjobs?
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  2. goober

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    I just saw Davenport on TV playing an exhibition with a black and white racquet-probably a paint job.
     
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  3. lovethegame

    lovethegame New User

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    yeah i saw her at the mercantile classic with something, but i wasn't sure what it was
     
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  4. Alex

    Alex Semi-Pro

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    The spec on the Wilson HTour and nCode nTour are pretty similar. The nTour most likely will be a replacement for the HTour.

    Wilson HTour / nCode nTour
    Head Size: 95 sq. in. / 95 sq. in.
    Length: 27.25 inches / 27.25 inches
    Strung Weight: 10.8oz / 10.7oz
    Balance: 1 pts Head Heavy / Even Balance
    Swingweight: 327 / 330
    Stiffness: 63 / 61
    Beam Width: 22mm Flat Beam / 22mm Flat Beam
     
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  5. tedmeister

    tedmeister Rookie

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    Hope it plays closer to the old 5.2s. The H tour doesn't quite have the feel of the original 5.2 even though by spec it is supposed to be more flexible. I can see that the static weight has gone down by 0.1 oz and the balance is now even. I am still trying to figure out how they managed to bring the swingweight up from 327 to 330?!
     
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  6. redhawk60014

    redhawk60014 New User

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    it is similar to the HTOUR. I feel that the Htour is a better racket because it is easier to maneuver than the ncode ntour. I have more control and pop on my serve with the Htour. so in my opinion, the ntour is similar but not a better racket than the htour.
     
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