Looking for a raquet at about 310 grams 20mm beam, at least 7HL 98" head

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  1. MethodTennis

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    can anyone think of a raquet that fits these criteria or is similar to this

    basicly 310-315g unstrung
    under 20mm beam
    head size between 98 and 95 square inches
    and at least 6 points head light preferably 7

    cheers for any help
     
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  2. MethodTennis

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    haha someone one stared my thread. Usually peple complain when people are not specific enough? What more should I have told you?
     
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  3. FearOfTheDark

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    Why are you looking for one with those specs? What you using atm? Playing style?
     
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    I currently use a PS ltd which is slightly too demanding, I play pretty defensive
     
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    Have a look at these..

    Gamma Tour 320X
    Volkl Organix 10 295g
    Wilson KBlade 98
    Boris Becker Delta Core London

    I know these aren't all your 6/7 pts headlight but you could add weight to the handle etc.
     
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    KBlade seems like your best bet so far!

    -Fuji
     
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    I'll have a wee look at all of them, obviously its unlikely that all of the specs for the racquet will be met in the one thing but i would like to keep cusomisation to a minimum.

    Volkl - looks nice the weight and balance can easily be sorted in one go with some lead in handle, the string patern seems pretty open though, the racquet looks much like a normal pure storm with slightly more weight in the head. Wait are the balances given on the TW website for strung gripped racquets as I just realised the blade is only 3HL as well which im sure was 7-11ish?

    Kblade - This looks pretty much dead on the money with what I'm looking for aside from being slightly lighter.

    I'll go have a peak at the only two.

    Thanks again for the great suggestions though
     
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    Dunlop Biomimetic 300 Tour.
     
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    Theres a new yonex vcore 97D tour coming out that pretty much fits those specs.
     
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    Ohh thanks, I'll probably wait on this or a demo, looks nice too. Couldnt find a release date in the first couple pages there though, any word on that? anyway im off now but anyone that wants to provide me with some help please do

    Its all been great so far
     
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