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Discussion in 'Racquets' started by acintya, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. acintya

    acintya Semi-Pro

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    I have about 4 years a racqet 300g, 90inch, 16x19 string patern, 320 balance,flat beam(about 17mm).Its a wilson k six one tour probably fake :)I want to buy a racqet that have the most of the same specs.Most important is the light weight and 90 inch headsize and the balance i think .There is not much rackets out there with this specs.I found only one Gamma tour 349x team (its 93 inch)but it has a 18x20 string patern and the balance is 350mm strung. Should i buy it or have you some better advice?maybe a 95 racqet? But i am afraid i lose control with a bigger headsize racqet.
     
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  2. Andyroo10567

    Andyroo10567 Professional

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    If its fake then would you believe what is written on the racquet to match the counterfeit? If they don't match at all, you would have to measure, weigh and such. But, i would start off fresh. By that i mean completely different specs that might improve your play. Demoing is a great way to find a racquet. If you fear the loss of control, then try having a higher tension on the string that you use so it sort of compensates for the bigger head size.
    A racquet that pretty much matches the specs of the K90 you have is a Dunlop Biomimetic 100. I played with it when i was using the BLX90 and they both felt very nice.
     
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  3. acintya

    acintya Semi-Pro

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    That are the mesuares i made it myself. On the racquet is written 340 g and balance 305. the headsize is the same.I have a problem with demoing because i come from Slovenia and cant get a demo enywhere.Thanks anyways!
     
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  4. CrackerJack

    CrackerJack New User

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    My suggestion would be the Dunlop 4D Aerogel 100. One of my favourite frames, mine is strung at 49 lbs with a full bed Volkl Cyclone 17 gauge. Awesome!
     
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