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Discussion in 'Racquets' started by babolat15, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. babolat15

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    is this considered a really light players frame or a tweener???
     
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  2. Gemini

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    I think it was designed to be a very light players racquet. It doesn't have an inherent power like most tweener racquets but I found it to be pretty stable and solid in it's stock form. Power is generated from swing speed. Someone compared it to a Pure Drive. I'd say that's close but it has a lot more feel and none of the unpredictableness of a Pure Drive in my opinion.

    I think it's an ideal racquet for someone that wants a good platform for customizing. I'm currently working on moving the specs around on my lone Kpro Tour right now.
     
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  3. jazar

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    wilson consider it in their 'player's' range
     
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  4. LafayetteHitter

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    Definately not a tweener racquet.
     
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  5. P8ntballa

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    Exactly what ive been saying about this stik since it came out:)
    When i had a go with the KPT i noticed it did have low power and almost no plowthru, so stock its not really great for higher level players who will be dealing with heavy shots from there opponent. It is great at net and you can really whip it around on serve but its just too light, adding lead is a must in my opinion. Oh i almost forgot to answer your question it is not a tweener it is a players stik.
     
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